The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, in collaboration with secondary and tertiary education institutions all over the world, have organised the upcoming 19th Week of Italian Language in the World. Taking place between 21-27 October 2019, the Italian Cultural Institute have arranged a series of events throughout Sydney and New Zealand which can be viewed below.
Celebrating the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci's death, the Marco Polo Community Language School is looking for entries to the DaVinci Global Literary Prize from competitors aged 10 to 17. This year the theme is 'the Italian contribution to the human progress'.
Submissions close midnight on Tuesday 1 October 2019 (Rome time).
For full prize rules please visit the official CNA - Italian Australian Services website, check the DaVinci prize Facebook page, or alternatively send an email inquiry.
Co.As.It is organising the annual competition for students of Italian. There are 2 categories, Primary and Secondary. Please see attachments for further information.
Governor Phillip King PS is seeking an Italian K-6 teacher to start immediately on a short term basis with the possibility of extension.
For more information, please contact the Principal, Jason Corcoran on 9610 8955.
This year's national Italian teachers' conference is organised as a collaboration between the Italian Embassy, Italian Institute of Culture Melbourne and Co.As.It Melbourne.
This year’s theme is L’Italiano sul Palcoscenico.
Send an email to: email@example.com
Subject: CONFERENZA 26 OTTOBRE 2019
Please include your full name, title, work place, city and contact details.
Registrations close 14 October 2019.
Co.As.It. and the Department of Italian Studies, University of Sydney are holding a book launch on Friday 12 April. The book is "Italians in Australia: History, Memory, Identity" by Dr Francesco Ricatti, Monash University, and documents Italian migration to Australian over the past 150 years.
The launch is at the Italian Forum in Leichhardt at 6.45pm. Everyone is welcome.
A tutor is required for an accelerated Italian Continuers student in the Concord area.
If interested, please contact Carla Cinque at firstname.lastname@example.org
Birrong Girls High School is seeking a Japanese/Italian teacher to fill a long service leave position for 3 weeks. The position begins in the last week of Term 1 and continues for the first 2 weeks of Term 2. The teaching load consists of Year 7 Italian, Year 8 Italian and Japanese, as well as a combined Year 11 Japanese Beginners and Continuers class. The successful applicant will have departmental approval.
The closing date for applications is 15 March 2019. Please contact Joanne Zoras for further information or to submit your application.
A tutor is required for a Year 11 Italian Continuers student in the Eastern Suburbs, although tutoring via Skype could also be an option.
If interested, please contact Prue Greene at email@example.com
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