We want to curate a safe space that will allow aspiring black educators to show up as their authentic selves. While engaging in community building activities, and thoughtful conversation, “Black Like Me” will serve as a real welcome to potential members of the 2023 cohort. Come join if you’re interested in learning more about being a black educator!
Learn more about Urban Teachers, one of the nation’s most rigorous teacher preparation programs. We prepare highly effective, culturally competent teachers who show up every day to accelerate student achievement and challenge today’s socioeconomic and racial inequities. Urban Teachers is accepting applications for our Fall 2023 cohorts in Baltimore, Dallas/Fort Worth, Washington, DC and Philadelphia. We offer programs of study in Elementary, Secondary Math, and Secondary English Language Arts; and each program of study includes preparation in Special Education. Additionally, in each of our partner cities, we work with school districts and charter management organizations that have some of the highest starting teacher pay in the nation.
Learn more about Urban Teachers and see if we are the right fit for you-VIRTUAL Meet Up!
Tuesday, October 4, 2022
7:00pm – 8:00pm EDT
Teachers change lives – be part of that change at the Harvard Graduate School of Education by becoming a teacher. Applications are now open for the new Teaching and Teacher Leadership master’s program, which will prepare you to lead transformative learning experiences that expand opportunity, fuel student success, and make a positive impact on young people and their communities.
We offer two ways to become licensed to teach in a U.S. school. In the residency model, you’ll jump in and make an immediate impact as a teacher of record in a Boston-area school, while gaining the rich and meaningful preparation you need. This model offers you extensive fellowship support that will make your master’s degree affordable. We also offer an internship model, for those who seek to ramp up teaching responsibility more gradually. Upon graduating from either model, you will be eligible to teach English, science, math, and history at the middle school and high school levels.
The application deadlines are November 1, 2022, for the residency model, which carries priority for significant fellowship support, and January 5, 2023 for the internship model.
Learn more about TTL at one of our September information sessions (on Zoom):
- General Info Session, Thursday, September 15, 1pm EST (Register here)
- STEM Info Session, Tuesday September 27, 3pm EST (Register here)
Harvard is committed to supporting new teachers – with extensive funding opportunities, mentors to learn from, and field experiences that will fuel your professional growth.
Join us for an Information Session about the Uncommon Schools:
WHEN: Wednesday, March 9th
LOCATION: Virtual (sign up using the Handshake Event)
The Summer Teaching Fellowship at Uncommon Schools offers a pathway to a rewarding career in public education. Fellows engage in an immersive internship that prepares them to lead and inspire classrooms in one of 57 high-performing, public charter schools across New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts. After successfully completing the program, fellows receive a full-time job offer upon completing their undergraduate studies. What does the Fellowship Look Like?
- Fellows participate in daily professional development
- Fellows receive mentor-teacher support and coaching
- Fellows engage in social and cultural activities to build community
- Fellows earn a stipend, housing, and transportation costs throughout the program
- Demonstrated commitment to social justice and urban education reform
- Minimum GPA of 3.0
- Undergraduate Junior college students graduating December 2022 or Spring 2023
- Interested in pursuing a full-time teaching career with Uncommon upon graduation
- Available from May 23, 2022 to June 25, 2022.
APPLY HERE BY MARCH 10th! Questions? Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
June 23, 2020 from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm EST
City Year helps students and schools succeed. Diverse teams of City Year AmeriCorps members provide support to students, classrooms and the whole school, helping to ensure that students in systemically under-resourced schools are prepared with the skills and mindsets to thrive and contribute to their community.
City Year partners with public schools in 29 communities across the U.S. and through international affiliates in the U.K. and South Africa. A 2015 study shows that schools that partner with City Year were up to two-to-three times more likely to improve math and English assessments.
A proud member of the AmeriCorps national service network, City Year is supported by the Corporation for National and Community Service, local school districts, and private philanthropy.
Learn more about their approach.
There are quite a few opportunities coming into Handshake still in the areas of education. Here is a sorted list for your convenience:
Don’t forget that the deadline for funding for unpaid internships has been extended to a second date on May 8th.
Another week of lots of internships and jobs in Handshake under the areas of teaching, K-12 education, Higher Ed, and other educational opportunities. This list is sorted by application deadlines: CLICK HERE.
- Don’t forget to check out hundreds of teaching and education internships this summer in Handshake. Here is a list sorted by application expiration date.
- For Jobs: Here is a list sorted by application expiration date.
SENIORS – Don’t forget to sign up for Hawai’i Preparatory Academy Interviews on campus this coming Sunday, February 23 with Head of School and Middlebury alum.