Boston Teacher Residency (BTR) is a one year, full-time AmeriCorps service program that recruits talented college graduates, career changers and community members of all ages and gives them the tools to make an immediate impact in the classrooms of the Boston Public Schools (BPS). The program combines a yearlong classroom apprenticeship with targeted master’s-level coursework, offering much more than just an affordable route into teaching. BTR provides every Resident with the practical learning, hands-on experience and ongoing support essential to any successful career in teaching.
CREST-Ed Teacher Residency - Georgia State University was developed to meet the challenges of preparing and retaining teachers for the specific demands of teaching critical subjects in high needs schools in urban and rural localities. Critical subject areas are mathematics, science, English language learners, early childhood education and special education (elementary, middle or high school).
KIPP Metro Atlanta Teaching Residency provides a unique and rigorous opportunity for aspiring educators to enter the profession through a supportive training process. This program is best suited for individuals who are passionate and committed to teaching as a long-term career path but who do not have any full-time teaching experience yet
Project Inspire Teacher Residency in Chattanooga, Tennessee combines a master’s degree with classroom experience, one-on-one mentorship and unwavering support. In just 14 months, you’ll have the qualification and confidence to embark on your teaching career in the urban classrooms of Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Alliance of Catholic Education (ACE) - University of Notre Dame prepares cohort members in its Masters of Education program to teach in Catholic schools across the country. The three pillars of ACE—teacher formation, community, and spiritual growth—inform, inspire, and mobilize ACE teachers throughout their time in the program and beyond.
Wesleyan School Faculty Fellows Program in Peachtree Corners, GA is designed to give one year of guidance, training, and experience to recent college graduates considering teaching as a career. The Fellows Program provides individuals having little or no prior relevant teaching experience with the opportunity to develop teaching skills in a supportive environment in which they are given a great deal of responsibility and independence.
The Franklin Road Academy Fellows Program in Nashville, TN is designed for graduating seniors who may be interested in pursuing teaching or coaching opportunities at the middle or high school level in independent schools. We believe getting a rich, participatory experience—one that includes grading, planning, management, and communication—is the best training for an aspiring teacher. For many new teachers, starting with a full course load and planning load can be overwhelming. The immense amount of time planning and grading can crowd out time to reflect and learn.