PICS Organization Name
YingHua International School
Kingston, New Jersey
Public Transportation Available
Irma Qavolli '21, Katie Zhou '20
YingHua International School is a private non-profit Chinese-English Immersion program for children 2-years-old through Grade 8.
Our missions is to enable Academic Excellence and prepare students for Compassionate, Effective, and Ethical Global Citizenship by facilitating English and Chinese language acquisition and instilling a passion for lifelong learning.
We are looking for an intern to assist with the marketing aspect for the school. The student will need to understand how to work a website program works. We will need the intern to work on updating photos and videos. There will also be opportunities to help with some summer camp planning for the younger children.
- Technology Savvy
- Willing to work with young children
- Open to learning new technology programs
- Independent worker
- Experienced with Joomla
- Prepare to be creative
- Work independently with limited guidance
- Research skills
- Chinese reading and writing skills a plus, but not required
- A student who has website programming experience
- A student who knows how to create quality videos
Expected Start Time
Expected End Time
6/9/19 - 8/31/19
Meets Certificate Requirement
The intern can ride their bike along the tow path most of the way to our site. Or, there is a bus from downtown Princeton to Kingston. The bus stop is 1 block from our site.
The internship was eye-opening for me because I never imagined or expected to see so many families who were so committed to a Mandarin Immersion education for their children. Their teaching approaches and the way they carried the idea of "learning" was extraordinary. Their message and mission definitely promotes a way of learning that incorporates systemic social change as their goal is to grow lifelong learners which definitely was an attitude that was contagious for me as an intern as well.
—Katie Zhou '20
My main task was redesigning their website. I was able to see a tangible result at the end of the internship and that was very satisfying. It was appropriately challenging, especially with no experience in website design prior to the internship. —Irma Qavolli '21