Welcome to Vanderbilt-Pakistan Connection!
Vanderbilt-Pakistan Connection (or VanPak, for short) is an organization dedicated to the sharing of knowledge and bridging of cultures. The main goal of VanPak is to teach English to bright and eager students in Pakistan, but often times, the Pakistani students teach our own teachers important ideas about their culture and lifestyles. The connections formed in this organization are connections that span many miles and, we hope, many years.
Please select your teachers' names from the side panel on the left of the screen. On your class page you will be able to see a history of class lessons as well as gain access to each week's homework assignment.
Your teachers' email addresses will be provided at the top of your class page. Please always feel encouraged to send your teacher a copy of your homework so that he or she can review it, make corrections, and post in on your class page to share with other students and teachers.
Remember that lessons and assignments are all located on an alternate webpage. You should have received the URL to this page during training, and a copy should be in your email. If you are unable to access the page, please email: email@example.com
If you are interested in volunteering to teach a class, please send an inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org. Each class is taught by two Vanderbilt students. Classes meet once per week for 45 minutes at an assigned time between the hours of 10PM and 8AM CT. Teachers may choose to teach together or rotate weeks, so time commitment will vary between two and four 45 minute sessions per month. Teachers may choose to design their own lessons or use lessons provided on the teacher's webpage. The URL to this site will be provided to you during training.