The Literacy Lab Information Session (VA) Tue April 20, 2021 – Virtual: hear about The Literacy Lab’s mission to ensure all students – no matter who they are or what their zip code is – can become proficient readers and pursue lifelong success. We will also go over the basic commitments of our program and what it means to serve as a tutor for an academic year. You will also have a chance to ask questions at the end, so come prepared with any questions you may have!
The Marshall Teacher Residency – April Open House. Wed April 21, 2021 – Virtual: Learn about the background of the residency and its continued efforts to enhance the landscape of teacher preparation. This will include a program overview and a discussion of the residency design. Find out more about our simple and straightforward application process, requirements, and what we look for in candidates in a Q&A opportunity with MTR Recruitment Manager, Kelly Smith.
Brooke Charter Schools Associate Teacher Virtual Information Session, Mon April 26, 2021 – Virtual: Are you ready to launch your career as a teacher at one of the top-performing schools in Boston? Join us for a virtual information session about our Associate Teacher Program, a salaried, school-based teacher preparation program that empowers corps members to become successful lead teachers in just one year. You will hear from the Associate Teacher Program Manager and current Associate Teachers about school culture, the structure of the program, mentorship and professional development, compensation, and more!
Below is a curated search of different internships, jobs and fellowships in education, administration, and policy. Don’t wait to apply!
With its launch in the Fall of 2020, the Climate Action Fellowship program offers students from various backgrounds and disciplines the opportunity to deeply engage in collaborative thinking and skill development on how to confront the climate crisis in meaningful ways. Fellows work together (and with partners and mentors) to identify their own roles and theories of change while supporting the engaged learning pillar of Energy2028. They coordinate with groups on campus and in the community through a mix of defined projects and projects of their own design to envision pathways for all students to leave Middlebury with the knowledge, motivation, and capacity to act on climate change in just and equitable ways.
Applications are open March 15 – April 25th 2021 for the second cohort!
Click HERE for more details about the 2021-2022 Fellowship