The LAB Corps is an 11-month urban education fellowship that recruits college graduates from across the country. During this year of service, Fellows work with students in small groups or 1:1 tutorial to provide personalized academic instruction, in math, literacy, and to support habits that foster academic success. We look to develop a diverse cohort of dedicated educators and leaders who invest their time and energy in the academic success of low-income youth. The LAB Corps is a great experience for college graduates interested in careers in education, social justice, policy, or those who plan to pursue graduate degrees in medicine, policy, business, or law.
At the end of their Fellowship year, Fellows may be invited to participate in the LAB Teacher Residency program – through which participants complete their Masters in Education while apprenticing under the mentorship of one of LAB’s Master Teachers.
Watch a short video on the Fellowship and Teacher Residency here.
We are currently accepting applications for a small number of openings for an August 1, 2019 start date. Applications will be reviewed and candidates will be interviewed and selected on a rolling basis.
Select applicants will be invited to an in-person interview where they will be asked to deliver a brief sample tutorial. After the tutorial, candidates will debrief and receive feedback from staff members. This interview may be in an individual or group setting.
LAB Corps Fellows are offered an annual stipend, paid twice per month.
The LAB Corps is an 11-month urban education fellowship that recruits college graduates from across the country. During this year of service, Fellows work with students in small groups or 1:1 tutorial to provide personalized academic…