Classical Charter Schools

  • Classical Summer Teaching Internship

    Job ID 2020-1150
    Posted Date 2 months ago(1/6/2020 9:13 AM)
    Category
    Teaching
  • Overview

    As one of the highest performing charter networks in New York City, Classical Charter Schools is having a meaningful impact on education in the South Bronx. Recognized as a National Blue Ribbon Award-Winning network, Classical Charter Schools outperforms 85% of New York charters by providing a transformative education through a curriculum that includes art, music, Latin, debate and character education.

    Responsibilities

    Classical is excited to be hiring for it’s second-ever class Summer Teaching Interns. This is an opportunity for 4 Juniors (Class of 2021) interested in educational equity to spend 7 weeks at one of the highest performing schools in the country, during our Summer Learning Academy for scholars from Kindergarten to Eighth Grade. Upon successful completion of the internship, high-performing interns will receive an offer to join our prestigious ClassiCorps Teaching Fellowship, to which only 3% of general applicants are admitted annually.

     

    Interns will help prepare the school for Summer Learning Academy, receive training and coaching in instruction and classroom management, participate in all aspects of the school during the day and lead the after-school program focused on inquiry-based learning. Interns will also participate in a number of network wide projects, including enrollment and family engagement, curricular planning, data analysis and school setup. They’ll be exposed to Classical’s approach to:

    • Instructional planning
    • Full- and small-group instruction
    • Teacher development and coaching
    • Grading and tracking
    • Operations
    • Enrollment and family engagement

    This internship will run from June 1rd through July 17th. Interns will earn $4,800 for the summer.

     

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