A post-Baccalaureate apprenticeship: Grounded in teacher collaboration and reflective practice, NTC is an approved MA ESE Initial licensure program. From the first day, teacher candidates work alongside experienced teachers to develop instructional practice by engaging in relevant experiences with real students. Teachers candidates hold strong college backgrounds in math, science, arts and humanities, English, Spanish, physical education and life experience. Teacher candidates enter NTC from undergraduate preparation or as career changers. On-going coaching and support: Through excellent program faculty, experienced colleagues, consistent feedback, and close mentoring, teacher candidates and their supervising practitioners engage actively in continual professional development. The year-long apprenticeship starts at the end of the July, with a two-week seminar. Throughout the school year, teacher candidates attend one full-day seminar per month, and two Tuesday evening seminars per month (4-7:30PM). A year-long pathway to a successful teaching career: This is an intensive 11 months, where teacher candidates learn how to teach by teaching. While, their specific roles vary depending on the school placement, in all schools, teacher candidates are listed as the teacher of record and work fulltime (8AM-4:15PM) to support students in the classroom, serve as advisor and crew staff, and tend to additional school duties. In most schools, NTC teachers work alongside an experienced teacher who also serves as the supervising practitioner. Often, NTC candidates are invited to join their school’s faculty upon successful completion of the program. Financial and education incentives and requirements: NTC teacher candidates earn 15 graduate level credits towards a Master of Education through NTC’s partnership with Fitchburg State University. NTC candidates are compensated by the host school site a living stipend ($20,000) and essential benefits including health care. NTC provides the teacher candidate books and materials. The preferred application method is through our online application at http://parker.school/ntcapp. Additional application information can be found at http://parker.school/ntcappinfo and more general information about NTC at http://parker.school/ntc. New Teachers Collaborative is a program of the Francis W. Parker Charter Essential School. We are currently accepting NTC applications for the 2020-2021 school year for future Spanish, Math and Science teachers.
Job Types: Full-time, Internship
Pay: $18.00 - $21.00 per hour
Next year's schedule may be modified due to COVID-19. Flexible candidates who can access digital platforms with ease are strongly encouraged to apply. Due to quarantine limitations, candidates are not required to pass the MTEL exams prior to acceptance.
- Monday to Friday
- Day shift
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- Temporarily due to COVID-19