Posted by Tim on October 22, 2018 in Academics, Graduate School Programs, Teaching Opportunities, Tutoring
Are you interested in positively impacting underserved communities in the City of Buffalo? Have you considered a career in education? The UB Teacher Residency Program’s Urban Teaching cohort is launching in the summer of 2019 and we are seeking applicants who are interested in working toward equity in the educational experiences afforded to historically marginalized students in the City of Buffalo.
UB Teacher Residency Program Features:
- Earn initial teacher certification in Early Childhood, Childhood, English for Speakers of Other Languages, or Adolescence Education in one year.
- Receive an $18,000 stipend for living expenses and become eligible for scholarship support in exchange for a 3 year commitment to Buffalo Public Schools.
- Co-teach alongside a mentor teacher in the Buffalo Public Schools for one school year.
- Engage in rigorous and relevant coursework that is integrated with classroom practice.
- Collaborate and build a community with a small cohort of residents, mentor teachers and university faculty who are committed to improving educational experiences in historically underserved communities.
*Previous education coursework is not required. To be eligible, you will need an undergraduate background in your intended content area.
The priority deadline to apply is November 1st. The application requires two short essays, transcripts, and two references. (Applications received after November 1st will be reviewed on a rolling basis, contingent upon district needs and funding.) More information about the program is available at our website http://ed.buffalo.edu/residency.html.