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Charlotte Country Day Info & Networking Session

Join professionals & fellowship alumni for an information & networking session to learn more about this exciting opportunity for students interested in education & education policy. Teaching Fellowship Overview: The Charlotte Country Day School Teaching Fellowship is full time position designed to identify prospective minority educators and introduce them to independent school teaching & administration through a one year salaried fellowship program at Charlotte Country Day School. The school offers a stimulating professional environment where inexperienced teachers can find significant collegial support, observe diverse teaching styles and strategies, and interact with students as individuals in a variety of learning-teaching situations. The selected teaching fellowship recipient(s) will have the support/direction of a faculty mentor, will be assigned specific teaching and extracurricular responsibilities and will be encouraged to participate in the life of the school. Throughout the year, the teaching fellow(s) will be given training and exposure to the teaching profession, independent education, and educational policy through national and local conferences and workshops. In addition to access to a robust professional development series & mentorship support, fellows have the opportunity to develop and pursue a project / subject of particular interest of their choosing as well. Past fellow project focuses have included music, history, social justice / community engagement, diversity & inclusion, and more! Successful teaching fellows may become candidates for available Charlotte Country Day School teaching positions and placement in other independent schools or public schools upon completion of the initial fellowship year commitment. Educational Excellence We develop a love for learning by discovering and celebrating each student's abilities and talents through engagement with exceptional teachers in distinctive academic, artistic, athletic, and extracurricular experiences. Character We instill and expect integrity, honesty, moral courage, personal accountability, and compassion for others. Community We respect each individual, embrace diversity, and value the relationships uniting us as a school and connecting us with our local and global communities. Service We empower our students to address social, environmental, and global issues and to realize the obligation and value in giving of themselves for the public good.

Location

Knobloch Campus Center Alvarez 302 - Morcott Room

Event Type

Information Session

Contact

Schlein, Kayla N
kaschlein@davidson.edu