Elementary School Teaching Fellows (Grades 1-6) – Paid Fellowship

Staff / Full-Time

The Learning Project Elementary School, Boston, MA

The Learning Project Elementary School is located in Boston’s Back Bay and is an

independent, co-ed day school for grades K-6. We have high expectations for

conduct, character and 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 will help train you

directly in the classroom to be a strong, well-rounded teacher. You will also be

guided by the Fellowship Director who leads weekly seminars to further your

professional development. This position entails some after school and occasional

weekend responsibilities. 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 48-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.

Learn how to apply here:

https://www.learningproject.org/careers/teaching-fellowship/

Position Start Date – August 2021

This is a one-year Fellowship, but, over the years, our Teaching Fellows have

proven to be excellent candidates for our full-time teaching positions when they

become available. There is also the possibility to apply to remain in the program

for a second year in a leadership role as a Second-Year Fellow.

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. More to the point, The Learning Project prizes and celebrates

its diversity.

The Learning Project Elementary School

Boston, MA
Elementary
Day
All Gender