Barrie School offers a one-year paid teaching fellowship program for recent college graduates who value a career committed to youth development. The program will provide the college graduate a diverse learning environment that enhances Barrie’s teaching philosophy of hands-on and project based learning. The graduate will assist in guiding students’ learning experiences, including their academic, social, athletic, and artistic development. The program provides the applicant an opportunity to develop their teaching ability and style in and out of the classroom. The applicant will gain a deeper sense of many responsibilities and joys of the teaching profession and have the support of a mentor teacher. Fellows may be encouraged to apply for a full-time position for the following year if a suitable opening becomes available. Barrie seeks applicants who are new to the teaching career and who come from diverse backgrounds. We welcome candidates with academic interests across multiple disciplines that value integrative thinking. We also expect candidates to embrace our values of academic and personal excellence. Teaching fellows are compensated with a stipend and provided health insurance including other benefits. Shared housing is also a possibility for fellows.
Responsibilities Teaching fellows will be expected to teach a minimum of two classes, an elective, lead clubs and committees, coach sports and attend extracurricular activities. They will also be expected to complete year long projects and contribute to the improvement of Barrie as a vibrant learning community. Candidates with a passion for the environment, global issues, and service learning are welcomed.
Barrie’s 45 acre campus provides space for learning, play, and exploration. Whether taking water samples at the pond, riding on the tricycle track, or quietly reading near the fireplace, the campus is a lively environment. Middle and Upper School classes have broad themes woven into the curriculum and engage our students in experiential learning. The middle school focuses on respect for self, others, and the environment. Grades 9 and 10 focus on Invention and Discovery, and Grades 11 and 12 Diplomacy and Global Issues. Barrie is also located less than 1 mile from Glenmont Metro station and 13 miles from The White House.
How to apply
All applicants are asked to send a resume and cover letter via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put the position for which you are applying in the subject line. Please provide areas of teaching interest, elective courses of interest, or other extra-curricular interests.
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