March 2019: ILIP publishes our 10th book on the job search, Reinventing Your Future
How can you find a job you can like and do best?
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This book covers the realities of the new “job market,” one in which preparation for what already exists is not enough. We believe that if you, the reader, study this handbook, do the exercises, and develop faith in your own abilities, you will be able to navigate the emerging opportunities to find and keep the job you can like and do best even in the midst of continuing change and uncertainty in political, economic, environmental, and social realities all over the world.
Although the wide-open, chaotic, multi-cultural and multi-lingual job market has become the new normal in every part of the world (replacing the old ways of getting a job based on education, social class, and having the right contacts), a few things have not changed. You are still in charge of how you think about yourself, where you find your energy, and which jobs you choose to pursue.
American English Language Institute
Since 1990, the American English Language Institute (AELI) has been dedicated to helping students improve their academic reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills in American English. Here are the four pillars of the AELI College Prep programs;
Reading:AELI programs emphasize building the reading proficiencies (comprehension, analytical tools, and close reading skills) needed for success in college and university courses. Reading for meaning, theme, vocabulary development, and information are all included.
Writing: Academic writing is based on critical thinking skills of developing arguments, providing evidence to support arguments, and anticipating objections. AELI students compose persuasive, narrative, and argumentative essays using strategies that lead to mastery of organizational development in academic writing.
Speaking and listening: In all academic endeavors, speaking and listening skills are essential for success. For AELI students, conversing, reading aloud, and making short reports provide practice in speaking and listening.
Goal Setting: Without goals, students have nothing to fall back on for motivation and encouragement when their studies are challenging. AELI programs help students set short-term and long-term goals that are inspiring and attainable. Periodic self-evaluations help students gain the habit of monitoring their own progress in academic achievement.
AELI College Prep Programs are in progress for students in the Greater Orlando area. Contact Sara Tusek, AELI Director, at email@example.com.
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