Elementary School Teaching Fellow (Grades 1-6): Two Year Paid Fellowship
The Learning Project Elementary School, Boston, MA
Elementary School Teaching Fellow (Grades 1-6): Two-Year Paid Fellowship
The Learning Project Elementary School is located in Boston’s Back Bay and is an independent day school for grades K-6. We maintain a strong foundation in character education, uphold high standards for academic performance, and maintain a strong commitment to enrolling a diverse community of students and families.
We are looking for Teaching Fellows who are interested in launching their careers as educators. The Teacher Training Fellowship Program is an opportunity to work one-on-one with an experienced Head Teacher who helps to train Fellows directly in the classroom to be skilled, well-rounded teachers. Participants are also guided by theFellowship Director who leads weekly seminars to further their professional development and build their support network. In addition, Teaching Fellows supervise children in the After School Program, enriching their experience with an opportunity to work with students at multiple grade levels.
Upon satisfactory completion of year one, Fellows are offered a stipend increase and a second year placement at the school with a different grade level in order to broaden their experiences, apply their knowledge and new skills, and take on more leadership responsibilities in the classroom and at the school.
Enjoy learning more about the teaching profession and building your teaching skills in a tight-knit community of dedicated teachers and staff members at a school with a 50-year track record of excellence in the heart of Boston.
We celebrate and cherish the diversity of our community; approximately half of our students identify as people of color; we embrace neurodiversity; and are happy to have families join us from a variety of Boston neighborhoods, and cities further afield. While all candidates are encouraged to apply, we are actively seeking candidates from diverse backgrounds as part of our effort to ensure that our teaching staff and our hiring process reflects our mission, which is rooted in diversity, equity, inclusion and justice. All applicants should connect to, and be willing to carry forward, these principles in their work.
To Apply, please send the following to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Application Cover Page
- Cover Letter
The school has a limited number of moderate housing grants available for Fellows. If you would like to apply for a housing grant, please indicate this on your application page and we will provide the application supplement.
Position Start Date – August 2023
The Learning Project is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin. The Learning Project prizes and celebrates its diversity.