Seeking European French Instructor

From: Anna Critser <acritser@ltcls.com>
Subject: Seeking European French Instructor!

Message Body:
Good Afternoon!

Jennifer Carson with VB schools referred you to me and I am hoping you can help me! LTC is currently looking for a French instructor who would be interested in teaching a beginner level student in Norfolk, Virginia. We hope you may have some qualified referrals for us. Please let us know if you have any contacts near this area or feel free to pass along this information. Thanks so much!

Below are the details:
LTC Language Solutions, a full-service language provider in operation since 1993, is seeking to contract a qualified French instructor for an intensive language program bid in Norfolk, VA.  Please take a look at the details below.  If you or someone you know is interested, please send your resume and contact details today!

Language: European French
Number of Students: 1
Level: Beginner
Schedule: Monday through Friday 8:00-11:00am and 12:00-3:00pm
Dates: 18 December 2017 – 23 February 2018
Total Hours: 180
Location: Norfolk, VA
Pay: $25/hour (up to $4500 total)

Requirements:
-Must be a U.S. citizen
-Must have at least 3 years of previous French teaching experience
-Must have experience teaching French to adults
This is an urgent need. Resumes will be reviewed in the order received until the contract is filled for a bid submission. Interested candidates: please contact Jenna McCullough at jmccullough@LTCLS.com or call 317-537-8708.

French Class at VA Western College

I am the Program Head for Liberal Arts at Virginia Western Community College. I am contacting you because I am looking for an adjunct French instructor to take over two French classes this semester. I am the only French professor at Virginia Western, and I am scheduled for some surgery at the beginning of November and will not be returning before the end of the semester.

The classes that need to be covered are on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 – 1:45 and include one section of FRE 101 and one section of FRE 201. If you have available faculty who are interested, you are welcome to pass along this email as well as my contact information below.

Thank you in advance,

Sarah Chitwood

Assistant Professor

Program Head: Liberal Arts and Liberal Arts Fine Arts

Virginia Western Community College

540-857-6399

schitwood@virginiawestern.edu

Toutes nos félicitations à Heidi Trude, membre du Bureau exécutif de l’AATF-VA, qui vient de recevoir à la conférence de FLAVA

The David Cox FLAVA Award for Excellence in Foreign Language Teaching, K-12

pour l’état de Virginie !

BRAVO !

Urgent Need For A Full Time French Teacher In Henrico County Public Schools!

There is an urgent need for a full time French teacher at Deep Run High School in Henrico County Public Schools.  The position includes French III, French IV Honors and an AP French class.  Those interested in applying should contact Tanya Kish, Human Resources Specialist for Henrico County Public Schools by telephone at 804-652-3668 or tmkish@henrico.k12.va.us .    Thank you!

Déjeuner AATF-VA à FLAVA

Le conseil exécutif de L’AATF de Virginie vous invite au déjeuner annuel de L’AATF de Virginie à FLAVA samedi 7 octobre 2017 de midi à 13h15.

Merci de bien vouloir remplir le formulaire ci-joint et ​de​ faire parvenir votre paiement à Catherine Mazzola avant le 23 septembre au plus tard.

À bientôt !

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Election on the Executive Board

Election on the Executive Board
– 1 member on the Executive Board
 
The nominating Committee includes executive council members:  
Karine Boulle (Chair) and Isabelle Reeves
In anticipation of the upcoming election which will take place at the AATF–VA luncheon during FLAVA, the Nominating Committee is accepting e–mail nominations for the position listed above.
It is kindly requested that nominations be sent to Karine Boulle (Kaboulle@stab.org), Chair of the Nominating Committee, before September 25.
 
As stated in our Constitution:
• The slate of candidates for office on the Executive Board shall be presented and voted upon at the annual meeting of the Chapter.
 
• Each member in good standing has the right to vote at meetings of the Chapter and to participate in the program on an equal basis with other members.
 
• Any member of the Chapter may nominate another candidate from the floor and such name shall be added to the slate, provided one of the following conditions is met: a) that the candidate nominated from the floor be present at the meeting; b) that the member placing a name in nomination present to the officer presiding at the annual meeting a letter of acceptance signed by the candidate whose name is being placed in nomination.  
 
Duties of the Executive Board
• The Executive Board shall determine the general policy of the Chapter and decide upon all matters not within the purview of this Constitution. It shall be the responsibility of the Executive Board to establish ways of implementing the aims and means of developing the welfare of the Chapter. In instances when a special meeting of the Chapter is not deemed feasible or necessary, the President may call a meeting of the Executive Board to deal with pressing matters affecting the Chapter.
 
The Executive Board shall help with the organization of the Grand Concours. The National French Contest/Le Grand Concours is an annual competition sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of French. It shall be the responsibility of the Executive Board to promote the Grand Concours and to help teachers order and administer the Concours.