English as a Second Language (ESL Teachers)
ESL Teachers consists of a group of dedicated NYU Law students (as well as some individuals from outside of NYU) who each volunteer an hour and a half per week to teach English to immigrants from the broader community. Our goal is to serve the broader community by providing quality English classes, free of charge, to any adult non-native speaker in the New York City area. We are one of the only extracurriculars at the law school that is dedicated to serving the community in a capacity that certainly enhances, but is wholly separate from, our legal education.
Students: any interested adult is welcome to come. Classes are entirely free, and no registration is required (the student simply needs to show up). We are always looking to expand the program, so please bring friends! We offer beginning, intermediate, and advanced classes, so all levels are welcome.
We have classes every Monday and Wednesday evening from 7-8:30 at New York University School of Law, 40 Washington Square South, between Macdougal and Sullivan, right across from Washington Square Park. Teachers are asked to commit to teach once per week (on either Monday or Wednesday).
Co-Chairs: Jason Scheff, Chris Stanislowski, Dan Stewart.
For questions or more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.