Centro Autónomo  - ESL Program - Facilitators
The Centro Autónomo is a community center in every sense of the word.  It is not a place where one comes to receive services, but a place where one can meet their neighbors, share stories and dreams, and create community-driven projects for empowerment.  In this time of free trade regimes, that demolish economies, and extreme anti-immigrant sentiment, this space serves as a place to reconstruct the collectivity which the current economic system is very efficient at destroying. Thank you for your interest in the Centro and we are looking forward to sharing and creating with you.  
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Please Note the Following Expectations
1.) Commit to teaching an 8 week course
2.) Attend 1 Saturday facilitation meeting per month (total of 2 Saturday meetings)
3.) Maintain contact with the ESL coordinator
4.) Give at least one day’s notice in case you are unable to attend a class.
If you are unable to commit to these expectations, there is the option to collaborate with an ESL facilitator instead.

Classes are offered
1.) Morning classes: Monday — Friday from 9:30 am — 11:30 am; Basic through Level 2
2.) Evening classes: Monday — Wednesday from 6:30 pm — 8:30pm; Basic through Level 2
Do you agree with the expectations listed above? *
Name *
E-mail *
Phone number
Please indicate what times you would be able to facilitate a class.
What is your past experience with Spanish/other languages?
What is your past experience with teaching? (include experience in ESL, popular education, and tutoring)
What experience have you had in community involvement/activist work?
Why are you interested in supporting Centro Autónomo? How did you hear about us?
What other skills and interests can you bring to Centro Autónomo to support and build a strong community?
Recommended Reading
 “To hell with good intentions” by Ivan Illich.
The Sixth Declaration of the Lacondon Jungle
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