Posted on August 9, 2017
To support the new position of Managing Director of their East Harlem Teaching Residency. Now in its third year, the Residency, in partnership with CUNY’s Hunter Graduate School of Education and AmeriCorps, is a highly selective teacher-training program that develops, supports, and certifies aspiring educators to become elementary teachers, preferably in East Harlem. The program seeks to provide a cohort of 12 teaching residents with rigorous graduate coursework, professional development and mentoring, and practical teaching experiences in their Pre-K-5 Scholars Academies charter schools during the school day and within their K-5 after-school classrooms. The Managing Director will shape the program vision, design, and goals for their unique Residency model, and help to maximize the Residency’s impact on cohort members, the Scholars Academies’ scholars, after-school participants, and the community.