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Tutor, Dearborn STEM Academy (January 2022 - June 2022)

Employer
Boston Plan for Excellence (BPE)
Location
Boston, Massachusetts

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Job Category
Support Staff, Tutor
Grade Level
Early Childhood, Middle School
Job Type
Full-Time, Temporary
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We are now accepting applications on a rolling basis for full-time, half-year positions, serving January 2022 through June 2022. If you are interested, we encourage you to submit a complete application ASAP!

Dudley Promise Corps members will serve as Education Fellows. As a DPC Fellow, you’ll provide targeted academic support including 1:1 and small group tutoring. You’ll be embedded in classrooms to provide small group instructional support, target individual students to provide extra support on a regular basis, and provide push-in support. 

Essential Functions

  • Targeted, 1:1 academic support
  • Small group academic support
  • Support partner teacher in lesson plan implementation
  • Interpersonal relationship-building with students, teachers, school-staff

*To learn more about the specific roles & responsibilities and training associated with the Education Fellowship, please email as promisecorps@bpe.org.

Other Benefits

Beyond training, you may be eligible to receive the following benefits:

  • Education award upon successful completion of service
  • Health insurance coverage
  • Living allowance 
  • Access to AmeriCorps service member training through Massachusetts Service Alliance
  • Student loan forbearance**
  • Food Assistance/SNAP benefit eligibility
  • Childcare assistance if eligible
  • Networking opportunities with community and education leaders

Teamwork & Collaboration

Education Fellows are part of Dudley Promise Corps (DPC), a full-time, one-year neighborhood-based AmeriCorps service program serving BPE’s Dearborn STEM Academy and Dudley Street School. DPC leverages the power of national service to support students in the Nubian Square area of Roxbury stay on track to attend college and serve as responsible citizens in their community, while simultaneously developing corps members as engaged civic leaders committed to social justice.

As part of the DPC team, you will

  • Collaborate with school staff to build whole-school community and a culture that promotes high levels of student engagement and investment
  • Support opportunities to expand students’ learning and growth by leading, contributing, and/or developing enrichment programs, school-wide initiatives, and clubs

Have questions? Email us at promisecorps@bpe.org or visit our site dudleypromisecorps.org

Apply now!

BPE does not discriminate with regard to race, color, origin, gender, gender identity, gender expression, political affiliation, disability, sexual orientation, or religion. BPE is committed to seeking qualified applicants with disabilities and can provide reasonable accommodations during the application process and time of service upon request.

*AmeriCorps financial support amounts shown are subject to change. Please contact promisecorps@bpe.org with questions about AmeriCorps financial benefits.

**May be eligible for loan forbearance. For more information, visit this site.

Company

BPE

We are an education organization operating a PreK-12 pathway of neighborhood based Teaching Academies and a city-wide network of teacher support.

Through our Teaching Academies and our nationally recognized and replicated teacher training program, we drive exceptional outcomes for Boston’s students.

We’ve  prepared more than 600 teachers for the Boston Public Schools through Boston Teacher Residency, a clinical model for training teachers. BTR operates within our two neighborhood based Teaching Academies, schools that provide a world class education for all students while preparing outstanding new teachers for successful, sustainable careers as urban educators.

Teaching Academies

Modeled after teaching hospitals, our Teaching Academies immerse aspiring teachers — residents — in the best practices of the field.

Teaching Academies are autonomous schools within Boston Public Schools that use an alternative staffing model and data driven practices to advance student learning while preparing outstanding new educators and leaders for Boston through Boston Teacher Residency.

Residents work side by side with experienced colleagues to implement research based practices, examine their impact on student learning, and refine instruction until every child is successful. We run two Teaching Academies: Dudley Street Neighborhood Charter School and Dearborn STEM Academy.

In Teaching Academies, we have redesigned how educators and staff are organized, in service of student learning. Just as teaching hospitals rely on teams of professionals with differentiated roles—nurses, supervisors, interns, residents, and attending physicians—Teaching Academies are structured around teams of individuals with different expertise and experience levels who work together. Teaching teams, like medical teams, use a common and accepted system of data-driven practices and tools to work effectively and coherently towards common goals.

We align our practices, routines, and structures for adult learning to focus on student needs. As teachers investigate their practice, they make their reasoning public so that teachers, administrators, and the greater education network can learn and grow together.

As learners, all teachers respect the learning process, common misunderstandings of content, and the cognitive struggle required for deep understanding of new material.

Find Us
Website
Telephone
617-275-0754
Location
27-43 Wormwood Street, Suite 110
Boston
MA
02210
United States
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