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BOSTON: Boston Collegiate

Boston Collegiate Charter School is in the process of developing their first Teaching Fellow position and will have final confirmation of the role in the coming weeks. The teaching fellow will be placed at either their middle or high school location and paired with a master teacher who will provide consistent observations, coaching, and feedback throughout the school year. GT alumni are also welcome to apply for lead teacher positions as they become available in Spring 2018.  

Learn more about BCCS here.

To learn more about opportunities at BCCS, please contact Ive directly at isanchez@genteach.org.

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BOSTON: Boston Prep

Boston Prep offers paid, full time substitute and paraprofessional positions each academic school year that often lead to full time classroom teacher positions. Individuals in both positions participate in weekly, whole-school professional development and 1-on-1 coaching. Staff members are paired with a coach that observes them regularly, provides written feedback, and meets with them weekly. GT Alumni are also welcome to apply for lead classroom positions following graduation.  

Salary: 35-38K, benefits

Learn more about Boston Prep here.

To learn more about opportunities at Boston Prep, please contact Ive directly at isanchez@genteach.org.

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BOSTON: Bridge Boston

Teaching Fellow

Teaching fellows serve as assistant teachers in K1 - 6th grade classrooms, helping to individualize curriculum and lead the after-school enrichment program. Bridge Boston is a comprehensive, full-service school dedicated to meeting the needs of traditionally underserved children in Boston. All fellows are mentored by master teachers who are committed to collaboration and mutual learning. The teaching fellowship is a two year commitment with the option to pursue a masters in education in the second year.

Average salary: $500 monthly stipend, free housing and housing expenses, food allowance and meals, health insurance, AmeriCorps Educational Award of ~ $5,850 (pending funding)

Learn more about Bridge Boston here.

To apply for the teaching fellowship, email a cover letter and resume to Jennifer Daly, Principal, with "Teaching Fellow" in the subject line to hr@bridgebostoncs.org. A complete description of the position can be found here.

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BOSTON: Brooke Charter Schools

ASSOCIATE TEACHER PROGRAM

The Associate Teaching Corps is building a team of urban educators committed to closing the achievement gap. Associate Teachers complete, year-long paid apprenticeships in teaching. Throughout the year, Associate Teachers participate in targeted professional development and co-planning sessions, slowly taking on more and more classroom responsibilities. They provide one-on-one tutoring; serve as scholar advisors; help with lesson planning and curriculum preparation; and ultimately lead their own classes and lessons. After a year of mentorship, most Associate Teachers are ready to become full-time teachers at one of four Brooke schools. As of September 2017, eight GT alumni have placed at Brooke, 2 are currently lead teaching.

Average salary: $35K, benefits, eligible for additional $15K scholarship

Learn more about Brooke through their website and from our alums currently working there: Antoinette, Devon, Mary, Leah, and Ysabel.

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BOSTON: KIPP MA

TEACHING FELLOW

Teaching Fellows are aspiring teachers who are committed to learning the craft of teaching through professional development, coaching, and hands-on practice. Teaching Fellows spend each day teaching and learning alongside an experienced Lead Teacher, with the goal of becoming a KIPP: Massachusetts Lead Teacher within 1-2 years. Teaching Fellows develop through personalized instructional coaching and differentiated professional development on academics, character, and school and classroom culture. Teaching Fellows practice small-group and whole-group classroom management and gradually assume responsibilities for planning and teaching lessons. As of September 2017, five GT alumni have placed at KIPP, one is currently lead teaching.

Average salary: $37K, benefits, MA Initial Teaching License, master's degree in teaching

Learn more about KIPP: Massachusetts on their website and from our alumni currently working there: Aisha, Bryce, KeYana, and Julia

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BOSTON: Match Education

TEACHER RESIDENCY

Match Teacher Residency is a two-year teacher-training program leading to licensure and a master's degree from the Sposato Graduate School of Education and Match Charter Public School. The program prepares residents to be effective rookie teachers in high-performing, urban schools. As full-time Match Corps members, first-year residents attend graduate school and participate in simulated and student teaching sessions, receiving individual feedback. In their second year, residents find placements in high-performing, urban schools in Boston or nationally, complete distance-learning classes, and receive additional coaching. As of September 2017, one GT alumnae has placed at Match.

Average salary: $15K stipend, AmeriCorps education award upon completion of service year; $9K tuition for master's degree is not charged until resident has a full-time teaching role

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ASSOCIATE TEACHER

The Match Associate Teacher Program is a program for teacher candidates with 0-1 years of teaching experience. Match Associate Teachers (MATs) are placed on grade-level (K-5th) or subject level (6th-12th) teams in Match Public Charter Schools for an intensive, year-long apprenticeship. Throughout the year, our associate teachers are coached and mentored by leaders and teachers at Match and slowly take on more classroom responsibilities. MATs are also enrolled in the Sposato Graduate School of Education (SGSE) during their associate year to improve their teaching and planning expertise with the goal of becoming lead teachers in Match schools the following year. 

Average salary: $30K, benefits, teacher certification, job placement assistance

Learn more through their website and from our alumna currently working there: Erin

 

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DENVER: Relay Graduate School of Education

Residents teach and learn alongside a mentor teacher in a Denver Public Schools classroom for a full academic year while earning a master’s degree from the University of Denver’s Morgridge College of Education. Residents are paired with mentor teachers in high need classrooms, including elementary English Language Acquisition (English and Spanish), Special Education, bilingual Spanish, secondary mathematics or secondary science. This practice-based approach to teacher training and certification prepares residents to meet the linguistic, communication, and special learning needs found in any Denver Public Schools’ classroom. Residents receive data-driven instructional support and training in elementary or secondary education.

  • Earn a master’s (Morgridge School of Ed)
  • Receive data driven instructional support and training
  • Participate in a hands-on approach to teacher training
  • Prepare teachers to meet special learning needs

PLACEMENTS

  • Elementary English Language Acquisition (English and Spanish)
  • Special Education
  • Bilingual Spanish
  • Secondary mathematics
  • Secondary science

Learn more through the website and flier.

Average salary: $10,000 in first year, $38-43,000 in second to fourth year

Benefits: Health-care, up to $6,560 in student growth bonuses, $4,000 TEACH grant, $4,000 each year for professional development
Costs: approximately $37K for the Master of Arts degree. 

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WESTERN MA: Teach Western MA

In Western Massachusetts, we’re building thriving schools one teacher at a time. Our teachers must be entrepreneurial, determined, reflective, collaborative, and inclusive. Our teachers recognize that diversity makes our schools stronger and deeply value the range of backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives that all of our students and colleagues bring to the classroom. They work hard to create inclusive and safe learning environments in their schools and classrooms for all students.

We're looking for high-quality teachers who will be the best fit for our schools, regardless of licensure status. Prior teaching experience is preferred but not required. All Teach Western Mass teaching candidates must:

  • Meet all legal requirements to work in the United States.
  • Pass a criminal background check, drug test, and TB test before the start of school.

Learn more through the website