Like writing, learning to speak effectively -- at the seminar table, during presentations, and even in large lectures -- takes practice, experimentation, and critical thinking. Speaking Fellows are specially selected and trained peer tutors who support their classmates' speaking in all disciplines.
Speaking Fellows staff the Speaking Center and work with certain "attached" courses each semester, leading workshops and one-on-one sessions to help their peers with such skills as crafting effective presentations or participating substantially in class discussions. First-years and sophomores of all backgrounds and majors are eligible and strongly encouraged to apply to become a Speaking Fellow.
Applications are due Friday, 3/27, at 5PM outside 222 Barnard Hall. Download the application and job description at http://speaking.barnard.edu/
Applicants whom we wish to interview will be listed outside 222 Barnard Hall on Monday, April 6th, at 6PM.
Friday, 3/6, at 1:00PM in 217 Barnard Hall
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