ONE POSITION REMAINING (9 of 10 FELLOWS FILLED)
Change the future of Baltimore, one boy at a time. We are seeking driven, courageous and confident leaders who are ready to address the urgent challenge of urban education during one rewarding year of instruction, mentorship, and coaching in Baltimore, Maryland. Baltimore Collegiate School for Boys is a college preparatory public charter school, serving boys in grades 4 thru 8 in the 2019-2020 school year.
A successful Collegiate Teaching Fellow will help shift the paradigm for the boys who attend Baltimore Collegiate. Every Fellow will be responsible for providing Tutoring, Leadership, and Coaching (TLC). In the area of tutoring, we expect an ability to assist scholars with reading, writing, and math. Leadership and mentoring will take place every day. This includes reviewing report cards over meals, working with families to create scholarly habits, preparing each student for college, and everything else that sets our students up for success. Finally, each Fellow will have the opportunity to participate in activities ranging from coaching a sport, leading extracurricular activities, or designing school initiatives and systems.
Provided Below is a List of Other Activities Our Fellows Take On
Small-Group Mathematics Tutor Sessions
Occasional day, evening and weekend activities for students, such as field trips, sporting events, retreats and camping trips
Counseling and advising scholars, including leading small group sessions; Designing and leading community service projects, and school programs; Attending local lectures and community events
The Character of a BCSB Collegiate Teaching Fellow
Teaching Fellows must be college graduates upon job start, and committed to modeling our core virtues: courage, compassion, integrity, wisdom, and resilience. Keys for success as a Fellow include determination, accountability, creativity, enthusiasm, maturity, and strong written and oral communication skills. Relevant Experience: Leadership experience in student activities and/or athletics; youth counseling; camp counseling; substitute teaching; academic tutoring; youth sports coaching; experience with urban education, music, and art training.
Selected candidates from the phone interview stage will be asked to submit a full application, which may require essay questions and references. The final stage of the process is an on-site visit for in-person interviews.
Additionally, you will receive no less than $5,000 over the course of your employment in housing stipend, paid either to you or directly to your all-inclusive housing accommodations (utilities: heat/hot water/water, common-area cleaning, maintenance/repairs, rent, internet, laundry on-site).