Boarding School Teaching Residency (BSTR) Fellow in History
Milton Academy, Milton, MA
Milton Academy seeks an aspiring teacher of history to participate in this innovative partnership with the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education. This program enables aspiring and early career teachers to complete a rewarding and hands-on two-year teaching fellowship at Milton Academy while receiving a master’s degree in education. The Penn fellow will teach a reduced load (two sections in year one, three sections in year two) while they complete their graduate coursework, and will engage with Milton’s residential life community and Milton’s co-curricular and/or athletics programs. They will be mentored by an experienced member of the faculty in their department and will have a cohort of Penn Fellows in their first and second years with whom they will share and strategize about their successes and challenges.
With an innovative and comprehensive curriculum designed specifically for independent schools’ unique settings, the program features intensive on-site sessions in combination with collaborative online learning.
How to Apply
Interested candidates must submit a personal statement and resume, two letters of recommendation and an official transcript from their undergraduate college or university to Milton Academy via the application portal located on our hiring website. Accepted candidates will also be required to complete an online application to the UPenn Graduate School of Education no later than May 1, 2022.
Questions regarding BSTR Fellow opportunities at Milton Academy may be directed to the onsite Director of the Penn Fellows Program, Katharine Millet, at firstname.lastname@example.org; for further information regarding the Boarding School Teaching Residency program, please visit https://istr.gse.upenn.edu/bstr