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Teacher Residency Program

Launch your career in education.

The highly selective Teacher Residency Program is a two-year, full-time salaried position for emerging leaders committed to making an impact in urban education. Our residency program gives individuals with non-education and education backgrounds the tools and training required to quickly become an exceptional lead teacher.

As an Associate Teacher in our program, you are placed in designated Success Academy classrooms to build your skills under the guidance of experienced teachers and school leaders. Outside of the classroom, you’ll receive extensive training on our curriculum, classroom management, the education reform movement, our school design, and our organizational values.

Residency Application Timeline

Steps April May June
Application
Deadline
4/14 5/7 6/16
Schedule
Interview
Week of 4/17 Week of 5/10 Week of 6/19
Attend an
Interview
Week of 4/24 Week of 5/17 Week of 6/29
Your Admission
Decision
Week of 5/1 Week of 5/22 Week of 7/1

The next start date for our Teacher Residency Program will be in July 2017. If you are interested in applying for a fall or winter start date, you are welcome to submit an application now with a note explaining your availability.

Associate Teacher
Teacher Residency Program

Collaborate with a Lead Teacher to teach small groups and lead whole-class instruction using an inquiry-based, rigorous curriculum that inspires intellectual curiosity.

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Associate STEM Teacher
Teacher Residency Program

Train under a dedicated, full-time science teacher, helping to ignite a curiosity and passion for science in all of our scholars.

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Jumpstart Your Career in Teaching

Hear from faculty members about their learning experiences as Associate Teachers in our Teacher Residency Program.

The great thing about being an Associate Teacher is that you never feel like you’re the assistant. You play a vital role in shaping your classroom.

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What I Learned from My Mentor Teacher

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