We are accepting applications for the 23-24 school year!
KIPP MA Teaching
- Aspiring teachers with less than one year of experience leading their own classroom
- Eager to learn and practice teaching alongside a mentor
- Committed to closing the opportunity gap and ensuring all students in the Boston area have access to a high-quality education
- Relentlessly pursuing the goal of becoming a highly effective teacher
Why Become a Teaching Fellow with KIPP MA?
A Gradual Release Model Sets You Up for Success
Teaching Fellows take on responsibilities over the course of the school year, learning and practicing in real classrooms with the coaching and support needed to improve all aspects of the craft.
Train with High-Performing Teachers and Leaders
Teaching Fellows spend a year in a classroom with a highly-effective KIPP teacher. Fellows work alongside results-driven educators and administrators who are willing to do whatever it takes to see students succeed!
Learn a Craft and Make an Impact
Learn alongside a team of peers who are ready to have a lasting influence in the classroom and empower students to lead lives of independence, options, and impact.
Teaching Fellows earn a salary and benefits during their year of training and learning.
Earn a Master’s Degree at Boston University
Teaching Fellows can choose to opt into a master’s and licensure program at Boston University.
How to Apply
We are currently accepting applications for the 2021-22 school year. We are currently accepting applications on a rolling basis, and we encourage interested candidates to apply as soon as possible.
All candidates must submit an online application. Upon review, our team will invite select candidates to participate in an online video interview. After the video submission, select candidates will be invited to a video interview and sample lesson with the Talent Team. Following the interview with the talent team, our team will request that qualified candidates participate in a final interview with our school-based teams to better understand our schools and meet our teachers and leaders.
Resident Teachers Program
We are accepting applications for the 21-22 school year!
KIPP MA Resident
Resident Teachers are aspiring teachers who are committed to learning the craft of teaching through professional development, coaching, and hands-on practice. KIPP MA Resident Teachers spend each day teaching and learning alongside an experienced Teacher with the goal of becoming a KIPP MA Lead Teacher. For the 2021 – 2022 school year, we are excited to welcome Resident Teachers into our Middle and High School classrooms.
Resident Teachers are an integral part of the classroom from the first days of school. They must form strong and trusting relationships with students and families as they begin their journey with KIPP. Throughout the year, Resident Teachers practice small group and whole group classroom management and gradually take on additional lead-teaching responsibilities. Resident Teachers will work with a grade-level team or department to achieve their school’s ambitious goals for student character and academic achievement.
KIPP MA wants Resident Teachers who are eager to work relentlessly for the most difficult and joyful profession imaginable. KIPP MA Resident Teachers are also eligible for a partial tuition scholarship to the BU Graduate School of Education if they are interested in pursuing a Master’s degree and MA Teacher’s License.
At KIPP, we believe that an excellent staff member does the following:
- Believes that all of us can and will learn and creates a positive learning environment with high expectations for all students and staff throughout the school;
- Thrives as part of a team-oriented, mission-driven culture;
- Exudes joy and a love of learning every single day;
- Demonstrates a growth mindset and a desire to continually improve through feedback, coaching, and professional development;
- Constantly assesses progress, communicates results clearly, and uses data to inform decisions and set ambitious goals.
- Has a strong work ethic and commits to doing whatever it takes for students to excel, including committing to an extended workday and remaining available to colleagues, students, and families outside of school hours
Qualified candidates have the following:
- Bachelor’s Degree required
- Belief in the mission and values of KIPP
- Desire to learn the craft of teaching through practice, coaching, and professional development
- Prior experience working with children encouraged, but not required
- Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and oral and written communication skills
- Ability to manage multiple priorities in a dynamic, fast-paced work environment
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