Events: (Scroll down for details)
- New! Yale Career Panels: A Candid View of the K-12 Teaching Profession
- Black Youth Mental Health Conference Series (Yale Child Study Center)
- Coffee Chats with the Slate School
- Yale EDST Coffee Chats
Other Opportunities & Postings: (Scroll down for details)
- New! Student-Panelists Needed, 3rd Annual Symposium for Disability and Accessibility at Yale
- Full-Time: Become an Innovation Fellow for Legends
- Full-Time: Apply for the Seedlings Teaching Fellowship at Calvin Hill Daycare
- Intern: Intern for Storyshares
- Join: Math Education Working Group
- Volunteer: Curriculum Designer, Urban Improvement Corps
- Volunteer: Tutor for New Haven Reads
Summer Opportunities (Scroll down for details)
- Due January 19th! Yale President’s Public Service Fellowship
- Join the Leonard Learning Lab (Summer 2024)
- TERC’s STEM Education Research Through a Social Justice Lens
- Math Education, Summer @ Budapest Semester in Math Education
Graduate School & Further Education: (Scroll down for details)
- Emory’s Social Development Neuroscience Fellowships
- University of Pennsylvania’s Independent School Teaching Residency
- Boston Teacher Residency
- Graduate Degrees, University of Washington in St. Louis
- USC Rossier PhD in Education
- Notre Dame ACE Teaching Fellows
- Brown’s Master of Arts in Teaching Program
- Harvard’s Teacher Preparation Programs
Yale Career Panels: A Candid View of the K-12 Teaching Profession
This event is the 60th in a series of events covering different professions and career issues. It will take place from 8-9 PM ET on Wednesday, January 24th, and strives to bring together a diverse panel of individuals whose careers have been in or intersected with the trends and careers in K-12 teaching. The four panelists represent differing perspectives:
- Hung Pham, Public H.S. Physics and Chemistry Teacher, Bay Area CA (Yale BA)
- Grace Kim, Public Middle and H.S. Special Ed Teacher, Harlem NYC (Yale BA)
- Lindy Mandel, CICS Charter School, K-6, Liberal Arts/Social Studies, Chicago, IL
- Ralph Pantozzi, PhD, Mathematic/Administration, Kent Place Private School for Girls, Summit, NJ
Black Youth Mental Health Conference Series (Yale Child Study Center)
Dr. Amanda Calhoun, a Child Psychiatry fellow at Yale, will be directing the first Black youth mental health clinical case conference series at Yale Child Study Center happening between January-June 2024. Each month, a student or resident will present a complex clinical case and expert discussants will weigh in. We will be going far beyond the clinical to discuss history, racist dynamics, and more. All disciplines welcome. In person and virtual component offered. Dinner will be served. Yalies can register here: https://medicine.yale.edu/news-article/black-youth-mental-health-series-yale/
Coffee Chats with the Slate School
Get to know Slate School’s Jocelyne Arguelles (Yale Class of 2023) and Head of School, Julie Mountcastle, at a coffee chat on November 30th at Maison and Mathis. Please RSVP by selecting a 20-minute time slot between 4:30 and 6:30pm: https://ocs.yale.edu/events/2023/11/30/get-to-know-slate-school-coffee-chats/. Jocelyne studied Ethnicity, Race, and Migration and Education Studies at Yale and is now a Grade 5/6 Associate Teacher at Slate School. Learn about Slate School’s reimagined, empowering approach to education and discover if you might be called to join our diverse community of innovative, collaborative, compassionate thinkers, and world changers.
EDST Coffee Chats
Education Studies Coffee Chats are back! To participate, use this spreadsheet to connect with another ed-interested student. Each pair will receive a $10 gift card to Koffee?, which you can pick up at Tea and Cookies (Fridays from 2-3 PM, across from HQ C-45).
Student-Panelists Needed, 3rd Annual Symposium for Disability and Accessibility at Yale
The 3rd Annual Symposium for Disability and Accessibility at Yale will run from April 8-12, 2024. Because 2024 marks the 70th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision, the programming will explore the intersections of race, disability, and education.
On Monday, April 8th, there will be a screening of Teach Us All, a documentary and social justice campaign on educational inequality set against the backdrop of the 1957 Little Rock school crisis. Kenya Loudd, the organizer, is looking for an EDST student to serve as a panelist at this event. If you’ve studied the history of school desegregation, are interested in education equity, and would be willing to serve as a student-panelist, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Become a Full-Time Innovation Fellow for Legends
Legends, an app for parents + kids, is trying to address the youth mental health crisis and build preventative skills to address anxiety + depression. They’re leveraging story, research-based mental health micro-interventions, and parent engagement best practices…and needless to say, having a lot of fun.
Legends is looking to hire a full-time Innovation Fellow for an 8-month term (to potentially extend) to support the design and lead the implementation of a new approach to school that leads to kids who are confident, capable, and engaged – rather than burned out and turned off. (Specifically: personalized learning in core subjects, daily wellness education, and a majority of the day spent in thoughtfully-designed project-based learning in topics a kid is genuinely passionate about.)
They’d work with a team of educational experts to design the pilot program, and then implement it with 3-8 kids over six months. They’d need to be willing to relocate internationally (likely to Greece) for an extended period of time. Full job (and program) description is here. It’s an exciting opportunity for an early-career leader to build something innovative from scratch, with an experienced team committed to your success. Looking for someone who has both incredible hands-on skills with kids and great strategic program design instincts.
Seedlings Teaching Fellowship at Calvin Hill Daycare
This program is for individuals with a dedicated interest in child development, early childhood education, and clinical evaluations and interventions with young children and their families. Seedlings fellows have had some classroom experience and/or a degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development. They are passionate about and interested in issues of childcare, early childhood education and advocacy on behalf of young children.
Fellows work a full teaching schedule at Calvin Hill and become an integral member of the highly experienced teaching team. Under the supervision of their mentor, they gradually assume all the responsibilities of a teacher over the course of the year.
The fellowships begin in August 2024 and end in July 2025. Fellows have full health coverage provided through the Yale Health Plan. Health Plan application forms must be submitted in August. Fellows receive a one-year stipend of $31,500. Checks are issued twice a month beginning in the middle of September. Applications are due by Monday, February 26, 2024. Visit our website at www.calvinhilldaycare.org for more information.
Extended Description: Fellowship Program Description 2024-25.docx
Application: Calvin Hill Fellowship Application 2024-25.docx
Reference Form: Calvin HIll Fellowship Reference Form 2024-25.docx
Intern for Storyshares
Storyshares is an organization that aims to engage students who read below grade level beyond the 3rd grade by providing them with culturally relevant, high-low, and decodable texts from diverse authors. Working together with a global community of authors, Storyshares generates an ever-growing, culturally inclusive library of texts and instructional resources.
Storyshares is seeking a student intern! Read the position description here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1pPHzq3QAV4bcvsj1NVZPt6u67QafTtfW5d-Q89NrSeg/edit?usp=sharing
Math Education Working Group
The math education working group is looking for people passionate about math education! The math working group would meet occasionally to discuss topics in mathematics education, determined by the member interest. Topics could include math pedagogy, math teaching opportunities, policy and culture, and more. Location/meeting time TBA. Please fill out the Google form if you are interested: https://forms.gle/3SsRqeWVbvwn88rb6
Curriculum Designer Needed, Urban Improvement Corps
Are you interested in creating curricula for students? This fall, the Urban Improvement Corps is looking for Yale students with experience or interest in leading workshops to build curriculum for small-group classes we plan to teach in the spring. If you are interested or have any questions, please reach out to UIC Co-President email@example.com
New Haven Reads Tutor (Job ID: 6386)
New Haven Reads Book bank provides economically and educationally underserved children and families access to free books and tutoring. Yale tutors work with individual K-5 students using a variety of programs. Training and supervision are provided.
- Yalestudentjobs.org > Student (dropdown menu) > Find a Job
- Advanced search > select “Community Service” > copy Job ID into “Keyword(s)”
Yale President’s Public Service Fellowship
Through the Yale President’s Public Service Fellowship, students have the opportunity to work in New Haven over the summer in internships for public sector and nonprofit agencies. This vibrant program is one of the many ways our university works to promote economic development, strong neighborhoods, youth programs, and a vital downtown for our shared community. Since the fellowship’s establishment in 1994, over 950 Yale undergraduate, graduate, and professional school students have contributed more than 400,000 hours in support of local organizations.
For those selected to receive fellowships, New Haven organizations propose meaningful placement opportunities that meet the needs and priorities of our community. Placements range from eight to eleven weeks, from the end of May through the beginning of August.
More information about the fellowship is available online at ppsf.yale.edu or by contacting the program’s director, Karen King, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The application deadline is 5:00 p.m. ET on Friday, January 19, 2024.
Join The Leonard Learning Lab (Summer 2024)
The Leonard Learning Lab, led by Professor Julia Leonard, is seeking undergraduate research assistants for Summer 2024. RAs will be directly involved in running studies that further our understanding of children’s persistence, motivation, and learning. Find more information at https://www.learninglab.yale.edu/join or reach out to Natalie Masetti at email@example.com.
TERC’s STEM Education Research Through a Social Justice Lens
TERC’s Research Experience for Undergraduates program, STEM Education Research Through a Social Justice Lens (REU-SJL), is currently accepting applications for Summer 2024. All projects are focused on aspects of social justice, equity, and inclusion within STEM education.
REU-SJL is a hybrid program: Weeks 1 & 10 are in-person in Cambridge, MA, and Weeks 2 through 9 are remote. Please share the application link with your undergraduate students and your network! The deadline is Monday, January 29, 2024.
Math Education, Summer@BSME
Are you passionate about the learning and teaching of mathematics? Would you like to spend a summer in a beautiful historical city, with one of the most vibrant cultures in Europe? How about learning in small classes where instructors challenge each student to deeply engage with the material?
Please consider Summer@BSME, a 6-week summer program in Budapest, Hungary, designed for those interested in the learning and teaching of secondary mathematics. Participants explore the Hungarian pedagogy, in which a strong and explicit emphasis is placed on problem solving, mathematical creativity, and communication.
We are currently accepting applications for Summer 2024 (due April 1). Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, so apply early! More information, including the online application, can be found at bsmeducation.com.
If you have any questions, please contact our BSME office, either by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone (507-786-3821).
Emory’s Social Developmental Neuroscience Fellowships
The Marcus Autism Center, in conjunction with the Emory University School of Medicine and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, is offering five fellowships: the Cohen Fellowship in Developmental Social Neuroscience, the Simons Fellowship in Computational Neuroscience, the Louise and Brett Samsky Fellowship in Educational Science and Practice, the Sally Provence Fellowship in Clinical Research, and the ACCESS Fellowship in Implementation Science.
Students who will receive a bachelor’s degree by June 2024 will be eligible for the positions. The fellowships will commence in July 2024, and they are 2 years in duration. Students can find further details here.
University of Pennsylvania’s Independent School Teaching Residency
In this two-year program, Fellows teach a reduced course load at an independent school while completing a Master’s in education through UPenn. The graduate portion involves 4 in-person weekend meetups each year, as well as projects, papers, and virtual meetings focused on content teaching. The Fellow’s school provides a salary, benefits, housing, and pays for ~80% of the graduate program. https://www.gse.upenn.edu/academics/teacher-education-programs-certification
Boston Teacher Residency
Join a clinical teacher preparation program whose residents support student achievement from day one. Modeled after medical residencies, teacher residencies immerse candidates in the immensely complex field of teaching, learning with and from experienced mentors. The BTR faculty teach residents’ courses, coach them in their school settings, and hold them accountable for their students’ learning.! Apply here: https://www.bpe.org/boston-teacher-residency/apply/#toggle-id-2
Graduate Degrees, Washington University in St. Louis
Washington University in St. Louis offers the following graduate degrees in education:
- Master of Arts in Education
- Master of Arts in Education/Master of Social Work Dual Degree
- Master of Science in Deaf Education
- Master of Arts in Teaching
- PhD in Education
All academic programs amplify their Dept Theme, “Equalizing Educational Opportunity: Equity, Inclusion, and Success in Classrooms, Schools, and Communities.”
PhD Applications are due Dec 4and Master’s applications are due Jan 15. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Dr. Michele Augustin, Director of Teacher Education, Dr. Rowhea Elmesky, Director of Graduate Studies, Mrs. Alyssa McDonald, Student Services Coordinator,or Dr. Michelle Purdy, Director of Academic Planning in the Department of Education. Learn more here.
USC Rossier PhD in Education
The USC Rossier PhD in Education program trains students to become scholars and researchers. It is a funded, 4 years (including 4 summers), full-time, on-campus program, and students serve as research assistants under the guidance of a faculty advisor. We have four concentrations within the PhD in Education program, which include Educational Psychology, Higher Education, K12 Education Policy and Teacher Education. Students serve as research assistants for 20 hours a week and receive the following benefits:
- annual stipend of $38,700
- 12 units of tuition each semester
- payment of health and dental insurance premiums
- payment of the student health center fee
- annual research and travel award of $1,200
- a laptop for use while in the program
PhD students by the end of our program are positioned for research careers as tenure-track faculty, postdoctoral researchers, research faculty, institutional researchers, and researchers in policy institutes. You can check out current PhD alumni placements online.
Prospective PhD students are welcomed to contact us with any questions by emailing us at email@example.com. To learn more about master’s and EdD programs at USC Rossier, please visit our programs page. We are hosting webinars about the PhD program and application process throughout October and November, which applicants can sign up for here.
Notre Dame ACE Teaching Fellows
Interested in earning a cost-free Master’s in Education? Learn more about Notre Dame’s ACE Teaching Fellows, a 2-year program where you can engage in post-grad service by teaching full-time during the school year and taking courses on-campus in South Bend during the summer. Join the talented cohort of Yale x ACE alumni! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details and/or visit ace.nd.edu.
Brown’s Master of Arts in Teaching Program
Educators and education policymakers play a key role in confronting rising inequality in cities across the U.S. That’s why Brown’s graduate programs in education — designed by faculty in partnership with local educators to respond specifically to real-world challenges — equip future leaders with the tools they’ll need to address the most pressing needs of urban secondary schools. The application deadline for 2024 enrollment is January 15, 2024.
As part of a small, collaborative cohort, students receive comprehensive, critical, and equity-based preparation for secondary-school teaching careers (grades 7-12) in English, social studies, math, and science. Program enrollment is one year, full-time. Learn more here.
Harvard’s Teacher Prep Programs
The application is open for Harvard Graduate School of Education’s teacher prep program, which certifies secondary teachers in MA but has a reciprocal license with all 50 states. The program has two options: 1) Residency: students take classes while having an immediate impact as a teacher with a smaller teaching load. They also receive a salary in line with their teaching load (they are teachers of record day 1). 2) Internship: students take classes while taking on teaching responsibilities gradually throughout the year (they are not teachers of record). Harvard is offering substantial scholarships: 80% tuition + $10,000 living stipend for all resident students and select highly qualified internship students. More information can be found on their website.
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