Teaching Resident

Teacher Residency for Rural Education (TRRE)

About the organization

Teacher Residency for Rural Education is part of the University of New Hampshire, College of Liberal Arts, Department of Education.

View our website for more information: https://cola.unh.edu/trre

Teacher Residency for Rural Education is funded in part by a US Department of Education Teacher Quality Partnership Grant # U336S160019

Duties

Teaching Residents in the TRRE program work four days a week with a teaching mentor in a K-12 classroom while they earn a Master's of Education degree leading to New Hampshire teacher certification in a 15-month program. Teaching Residents complete graduate coursework from the University of New Hampshire with a cohort other teaching residents while working in the public school setting. In exchange for a commitment to teach for three years in a rural high-need partner school, Teaching Residents receive 50% discount on in-state tuition and $28,000 stipend. Upon successful completion of the requirements to earn and M.Ed. and initial teacher certification, TRRE graduates interview to be hired and become full-time paid teachers in TRRE partner schools.
A 30-hour community based internship is required during the first summer of the program.
The next Teacher Residency for Rural Education cohort will start May 2020.

Qualifications

• Bachelor’s degree with a minimum 3.0 GPA
• Passing Praxis Core Exam Scores
• Proof of U.S. citizenship or permanent residency status
• Candidate for initial teacher licensure, never previously held a teacher’s license or certification
• Experience working with children or youth in and educational setting

TREE seeks candidates with a passion for education, community, and a desire to teach in a New Hampshire high-needs rural community.

TRRE recruits for elementary K-6 and secondary 8-12 grade level certification pathways. New teacher candidates whose goal is to teach at the middle school or high school level must have significant coursework in math or science in order to pursue math or science certification.

Salary

$28,000 stipend, take-home varies

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

Email [email protected] for pre-screening prior to application.

Submit the supplemental TRRE application to the Grad School.

Link to Supplemental TRRE application: https://unh.app.box.com/s/n8pr4q1cvdrn2kmppjhslp6618xbr30r

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