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Great Teachers

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Upcoming School Open Houses

Intern 2017-2018 School Year

Friday, May 19, 2017
2:00 PM to 3:00 PM


The Learning Project
107 Marlborough Street
Boston, MA 02116

(617) 266-8427

The Learning Project’s Teacher Training Internship Program provides a rich opportunity for six beginning teachers to train directly with experienced mentor teachers and to develop their own teaching skills by working daily in the classroom. Interns have two different classroom placements over the course of the year and Interns meet weekly with their mentor teachers and also as a cohort in seminar with the Director of Academics to learn about teaching techniques and to discuss their classroom experience. Interns also supervise children in the After School Program. Compensation Interns receive a medical benefit (90%) plus a $24,000 yearly stipend, paid monthly from September to June. Procedures for Application There is no deadline for applying for the Internship Program; positions are filled on a “rolling basis” with interviews beginning in the winter and continuing through the spring and, sometimes, even into the summer. Please consider coming to one of our monthly Intern Open Houses when submitting application materials. Procedures for Application There is no deadline for applying for the Internship Program; positions are filled on a “rolling basis” with interviews beginning in the winter and continuing through the spring and, sometimes, even into the summer. Please consider coming to one of our monthly Intern Open Houses when submitting application materials. Open House Schedule (please note that our Open Houses are from 2:00-3:00pm beginning with a tour of the school at 2:00pm): May 19, 2017 Application Cover Page A cover letter introducing yourself and describing your interest in the program (please indicate how you learned about the program) Your resume A copy of your official or unofficial undergraduate and, if applicable, graduate transcript(s) Two or more letters of reference Application material should be sent to: The Learning Project Elementary School Internship Program 107 Marlborough Street Boston, MA 02116

More Open House info: http://www.learningproject.org/careers/internship-program/

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