Deadline to apply: December 6
The British School New Delhi offers a rare opportunity for Yale students to immerse themselves in a unique educational experience while also being exposed to the historical city of New Delhi, India.
The British School International Internship Programme
Having successfully hosted students from other western universities, The British School is opening its doors to Yale undergraduates to apply for the International Internship Program. The program includes:
- Mentoring and training by the school faculty: Time spent with school faculty (prior to students returning to campus) especially within concerned curriculum areas to understand teaching practices and course content.
- Teaching: Collaborative classroom practices, first- hand experience of curriculum areas and best teaching practices across the school. Opportunity to deliver master classes in a specialist area is available. Additionally, interns will get to spend one immersion week with faculty and school thought leaders.
- University Guidance: Advise students on the college application process bringing their personal knowledge and experience in the process.
- Action Research: Where appropriate, the school will support action research linked to improving student experiences and learning.
- Mentoring: Mentoring school students supporting them in their academic and curricular pursuits.
- Cultural immersion: At regular intervals opportunities will be provided to experience the rich culture India has to offer. This may include enjoying the myriad of sights and sounds of Delhi, travel to the world-renowned Taj Mahal in Agra, immersion within the ‘pink city’ of Jaipur, attendance at rich cultural events and working with our partner NGO’s Access to a wide cross-section of school activities such as sports, visual and performing arts, enrichment clubs, voluntary work with partner NGOs.
Start Date: July 29, 2024
Students can opt for a 3- or 4- week internship program.
- Week 1: consists of professional development with teachers at the school
- Week 2-3: interns, under direction from experienced lead teachers, teach in their selected curriculum areas like STEM, liberal arts, or fine/performing arts
- Week 4 and on: interns offer guidance for students embarking on their own college search
This is an unpaid position. Benefits interns can expect include:
- Hotel accommodation
- All meals
- Transport to and from school
- Pick and drop from the airport
To apply please see job posting in Yale Career Link – click here