San José Teaching Fellows:
Seeking 150 New Teachers -No Prior Teaching Experience Required
Does your job provide you with financial rewards but leave you wondering if your work really matters? Do you want to return to the workforce in a role that makes a difference? Or, are you looking for a professional way to give back to your community?
REDEFINE SUCCESS. BECOME A TEACHER.
San José Teaching Fellows is seeking 125-150 of the Bay Area's most accomplished professionals - from all backgrounds - to teach in San José Unified School District classrooms and help make academic success a reality for all students.
The San José Teaching Fellows is a San José Unified School District program and is specifically designed to help professionals transition into elementary or secondary classroom teaching. We are looking for individuals who thrive on overcoming challenges, have a relentless drive to achieve results, and commit to setting the highest expectations for themselves and their students.
Applicants do not need to have a background in education, but they must be dedicated to ensuring the success of their students and their schools.
Program participants commit to teach in a San José Unified School District public school beginning this fall, participate in a six-week summer training institute prior to entering their classrooms, and enroll together in a teacher-credentialing program with one of the District's university partners.
For more information on the San Jose Teaching Fellows program, including salary, benefits, the application process, and details on upcoming information sessions, please visit our website, www.sjteachingfellows.org, or call our information line at 408-535-4730.
The application deadline for the upcoming school year is March 28, 2002 - so don't delay!
Now is your opportunity to increase opportunities for others.
REDEFINE SUCCESS. BECOME A TEACHER