Needed: fluent speakers of these languages (see below)
Harold F. Schiffman
haroldfs at CCAT.SAS.UPENN.EDU
Fri Sep 1 12:11:30 UTC 2006
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To Who It May Concern:
I am the Human Resource Specialist for the Foreign Language Training
Center on Fort Lewis in Washington State.
We are looking for native/fluent speakers in the languages listed below to
develop familiarization courses. Most of these projects can be done from
their home. The developed course is a transliteration to help introduce
the soldier to not only the language but geography, daily activities,
customs and cultural traditions. It includes an audio voicing project as
well to produce a CD that compliments the lessons.
The potential candidates do not have to have any teaching experience. We
will provide training.
Projects are created for conversational orientation in listening and
In addition, the part time opportunity can be done from home or on Fort
Lewis depending on the needs of the Army. The pay is at $29.50 per hour
and each project is worth a set amount of hours.
If you know of anyone who would be interested in learning more about this
unique opportunity, please have them e-mail or call me. Our language
Thank you in advance for your help on behalf of our Foreign Language
program at Fort Lewis.
Central Texas College
Foreign Language Training Center
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