CaMLA Internship Program
The CaMLA internship program provides professional training and research opportunities for English language teaching professionals and graduate students. Successful applicants will work closely with CaMLA teams on English language assessment tasks and projects that are appropriate to their interests and skills.
The Two Internship Strands
Interns will be involved in activities relating to the design and construction of language assessments. These can include item writing and review, quality assurance activities, and test development projects.
Interns will work with CaMLA researchers and will contribute to a variety of test review and research activities. They will have an opportunity to learn about research design, data collection and analysis, and the documentation of results.
The specific content and goals of each internship will be determined on an individual basis.
Duration and Funding
Internships will take place from May through August. The length of each internship will be dependent upon its content and goals, but internships are typically 8 to 12 weeks of work. CaMLA will provide a salary of up to $1500 per month, pro-rated for the length of the internship.
|Monday, November 11, 2013||Announcement of program|
|Friday, January 31, 2014||Deadline for applications|
|Friday, March 14, 2014||Notification of results|
Applications are welcome from English language teaching professionals with an interest in second or foreign language assessment and graduate students who are studying linguistics, foreign language assessment, education, psychology, psychometrics, or related fields. In accordance with INS regulations, all successful applicants will be required to show proof of their legal right to accept employment in the United States.
Applications must be received by Friday, January 31, 2014. Applications should be completed using the online application form and must include:
- Applicant name and contact information
- Curriculum vitae (graduate students should submit a school transcript)
- Statement of purpose
- Contact information for two academic/professional references
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The main criteria for selection will be an applicant's qualifications and experience, as well as matching interests with current CaMLA priorities. Shortlisted applicants will be invited to participate in a short telephone interview.
Successful applicants will be required to show proof of their legal right to accept employment in the United States. All interns will sign a nondisclosure agreement at the start of the internship. If interns participate in research projects, they will also sign an agreement that confirms the security of data and materials, as well as the terms and conditions governing the publication of the results of the research.
Interns must also submit a report of their work at the end of their internship.