Teaching Fellow

Impact Public Schools

About the organization

Impact Public Schools has three public charter schools serving a diverse student body in the Puget Sound region. Impact is committed to running inclusive and joyful schools that disrupt the opportunity gap. Impact offers a teaching fellowship program, where we pay and train fellows for a career in public education.

Duties

Earn a salary and benefits while learning how to become an elementary school teacher! Teaching Fellows receive coaching and professional development while working alongside a Lead Teacher to:

1. Deliver daily instruction in social emotional learning, reading, math, and project based learning
2.Mentor a group of 12-15 students

This position is perfect for someone looking to enter the teaching profession.

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree and a commitment to learning

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

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