CIT and Internship Programs

Counselor-In-Training (CIT) Program

The Counselor-in-Training (CIT) program at ISB is designed to introduce rising 7th, 8th, and 9th graders to the world of being a summer program counselor in a language immersion setting. CITs will work alongside a summer teaching team, developing leadership and collaborative skills. Training dates will be scheduled prior to the start of the program.

Successful CITs are:
- Bilingual in French/English or Spanish/English
- Interested in working with young children
- Enthusiastic, flexible, and comfortable in leadership roles
- Willing to learn under the guidance of ISB Summer counselors and administrative staff

Thank you for your interest in ISB Summer's Counselor-in-Training program. We are no longer accepting registrations for Summer 2019.

CIT Program Fees: $100 per week. Additionally, there is a non-refundable registration fee of $4.95 per session.

After completing registration, CITs will be required to complete a questionnaire about their summer goals, interests, and language learning background. Please note that there are a limited number of CIT positions available each week.

ISB Summer Internships

Bilingual high school students (rising 10th-12th graders) are invited to apply for unpaid summer internships with ISB Summer’s Language Immersion program! ISB Summer interns will gain hands-on experience in a variety of fields while working closely with a teaching team and with administrative staff. Interns will be exposed to topics in areas such as teaching and classroom management, curriculum and activity planning, communications, program management, and language acquisition.

ISB is seeking interns with strong leadership, problem solving, and communication skills. Interns will be expected to take initiative in the classroom, whether comforting a crying child or leading a transition activity, and to assist teaching teams in planning. The ability to listen and to collaborate with colleagues, both providing ideas and reflecting on outcomes, is essential.

Thank you for your interest in ISB Summer internships. We are no longer accepting applications for Summer 2019.

 

 

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