Pingree Fellowship Program
A Program to Increase Faculty Diversity at Independent Schools
Mission Statement: The Pingree Fellowship Program works with talented, developing professionals to introduce the craft of teaching. In line with Pingree’s school mission statement, “a love of learning flourishes best in a diverse community,” the Pingree Fellowship seeks to identify and work with promising people from traditionally underrepresented populations in independent schools. We aim to provide fellows with the opportunity to teach, coach, and advise, preparing them for a career in education.
Two (2) Pingree Fellows for 2019-2020 School Year
Applications for the 2019-2020 school year are now open. The Pingree Fellowship Program seeks to hire two (2) Teaching Fellows. The program is open to all majors with potential placement in any of our academic departments (Arts, English, Language, History, Math, Music, Science, Technology). The ideal candidate will be an upcoming or recent college graduate that is dynamic, caring, and student-focused. They should have proven knowledge of the content they seek to teach. Furthermore, they should have a demonstrated interest or background of working with youth. Lastly, in connection with the mission of our program, the ideal candidate should come from an underrepresented background to add to the diversity of independent schools. As this is a training program, no teaching experience is required. Candidates must hold (or be in the process of completing) a Bachelor’s degree.
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The Fellowship runs for a one-year term with the option to extend to two years. The fellow will work alongside a mentor within the same content area and increasingly assume more teaching responsibilities as the year progresses.
The fellow will shadow classes across their content area and across the school, as well as begin to co-teach segments of the mentor’s class.
The fellow will take on one of their mentor’s classes, with the mentor serving in an observational role.
The fellow will teach two classes, one of which may be an elective H Block course created by the fellow.
The fellow will attend a weekly seminar conducted by the Director of the Pingree Fellowship Program that will focus on methods of teaching, lesson planning, classroom management, and the psychology of teaching and learning. Additionally, the fellow will have the opportunity to attend department meetings, monthly new faculty and staff meetings with the assistant head for academic affairs, and other professional development opportunities.
Aside from teaching responsibilities, the fellow will coach or supervise an extracurricular activity two out of the three seasons and chaperone school events as needed. The fellow will also join their mentor’s advisory group.
The Pingree Fellowship Program offers unparalleled training at a school that values academics, athletics, and the arts.
Professional Development Opportunities:
- trainings, conferences, etc
- coursework (related to content area or pedagogy)
- Teachers as Scholars at Harvard University
- Annual People of Color Conference
The Pingree Fellowship Program seeks candidates from underrepresented populations in independent schools with a record of strong content preparation and demonstrated interest in working with youth. The Fellowship welcomes those who have recently graduated from undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as career changers. Formal teacher training is not required.
If you have questions about the Pingree Fellowship Program, please email email@example.com.
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Applications for the 2019-2020 school year are now open. The program seeks to hire two (2) Teaching Fellows. The program is open to all majors with potential placement in any of our academic departments (Arts, English, Language, History, Math, Music, Science, Technology).