Founded in January 2020 by two Harvard alumni, EWC believes that strong writing skills serve as the bedrock of being a stronger thinker. The ability to write and think clearly is integral not only to a liberal arts education, but also to our roles in the community at large. From inception to date, EWC has already touched the lives of hundreds of students with over 600 enrollments, and we currently have a team of Harvard and Yale instructors who share the same mission.
We are looking for teaching fellows to staff our CORE I-V courses this Fall.
Please read the full course descriptions here: www.eyrewritingcenter.com/courses
The CORE is composed of 5 levels. The CORE takes classic works of literature to build upon the liberal arts knowledge fundamental to a student’s education. The Intro Series is a prerequisite for CORE classes.
What the Role Entails
The requirements of this position are as follows:
- The ability to teach and manage students (grade range: 4th-8th)
- The ability to provide feedback/grades on student work in a timely fashion
- The ability to answer questions about lecture material and guide students to write polished essays, personal narratives, and research papers (Intro Series and CORE specific)
- The ability to edit approximately 300-500 word daily articles written by groups of students
Please apply here in addition to Crimson Careers:
APPLICATION DUE DATE: September 22nd, 2021
START DATE: October 2nd, 2021