$13,752 stipend plus $1,100 housing stipend
560 Sterling Place
Brooklyn Jesuit Prep is a Jesuit middle school for low-income students in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn. The mission of the school is to break the cycle of poverty through education, employing a rigorous, well-rounded program with an extended school day, summer leadership camp and graduate support. The intern teaching program at BJP offers young, talented people the opportunity to teach as a means of giving back and exploring education as a possible career track through the mentoring and guidance of master teachers.
The intern teacher will have the following responsibilities:
- Teach a reduced load of classes. Subject areas will be determined by the principal based on the volunteer’s areas of strength and the needs of the school.
- Supervise daily and weekly activities. Interns will be given coaching/advising roles in sports and activities, recess/lunch duties and other responsibilities as assigned by the principal.
- Participate in the teacher mentoring program. Interns at BJP are coached by master teachers and the principal and must dutifully turn in lesson plans prior to weekly mentoring meetings. In addition, interns will receive coaching from an education professional who will lead the new teachers in professional development workshops. Classroom observations will be conducted for coaching purposes and interns are expected to participate in follow up discussions and implement recommendations.
- Bachelor’s degree.
- State issued certificate in secondary school education preferred but not required.
- Desire to serve an underprivileged community in a faith-based environment.
The $13,752 stipend is yearly and the $1,100 housing is per month. Candidates also qualify for $5,920 AmeriCorps education award at the end of their service. Health insurance is provided by AmeriCorps.
How To Apply
Please submit the following documents in an attachment to:
Mr. Gregory Arte, Principal: firstname.lastname@example.org
- BJP Intern Teacher application (email the Principal to request an application)
- College transcript (official or unofficial)
- A copy of state issued certificate (if applicable)