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VOGS Convention Seeks Help

VOGS Convention Seeks Help

The Virginia Organization of German students (VOGS) is holding its convention at Freedom High School in South Riding, VA on Saturday, March 3rd. They need your help! Specifically, they are looking for a key note speaker and workshop runners (anything from teaching students how to waltz to cooking a cultural food, to an interesting history lesson). They are also open to any support you can provide with cool German stuff! You can reach the officers here: vogsofficers [at] gmail.com Here…

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Call for Applications: Adjunct German Instruction at VCU

Call for Applications: Adjunct German Instruction at VCU

The VCU School of World Studies German Program invites applications for adjunct instructors for the Fall 2017 semester and thereafter. Qualified candidates will have a M.A. or Ph.D. in German, German Studies (or a related field), native or near-native fluency in the German language, and an established record of teaching lower-level university German courses or all levels of high school German. The Fall semester runs from August 17 – December 23, 2017; the Spring semester runs from January 16 – May…

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Österreichtage March 31 – April 1 for Instructors

Österreichtage March 31 – April 1 for Instructors

See the following announcement from our colleagues at AATG-MD Greetings, You are invited to the wonderful upcoming instructor workshop on Austria – a great opportunity right in our chapter! Registration is now available for the Österreichtage event held March 31-April 1 at Georgetown University with a reception at the Austrian Embassy for German instructors. Thanks to our sponsors the Bundesministerium für Bildung, Georgetown University, CIBER at George Washington University, the AATG – Maryland / DC Metro chapter, and the Austrian…

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