I think it’s a great program and it has really improved my math skills. They make learning fun and I look forward to going to my math fellow every day.” – 8th Grade Student
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Application Process for 2017-2018

Application Deadlines for 2017-2018

Priority Deadline 1 November 28, 2016
Priority Deadline 2 January 9, 2017
Spring Deadline 1 March 6, 2017
Spring Deadline 2 April 17, 2017
Summer Deadline Rolling Admissions
 Denver Fellow Overview

  1. Complete interest form here
  2. Initial phone screen
  3. Fill out Denver Public Schools application
  4. Interview
  5. Onboarding (including reference and background check)
 Denver Fellow Residency Overview

  1. Complete interest form here
  2. Initial phone screen
  3. Fill out Denver Public Schools application
  4. Video Interview and Mini-Teach
  5. In-person mock tutorial
  6. Final Interview

FAQs

1. Are there any differences between the math and literacy application processes?

Answer: Yes, math fellow applicants must pass a math assessment prior to interviewing.

2. Can I apply if I don’t currently live in Denver?

Answer: Yes, non-local applicants will be invited to participate in an interview via skype with members of the Denver Math and Literacy Fellows team.

3. Do I need a degree to apply?

Answer: You do not need a degree at the time of applying, but will need at least an associates degree prior to starting with the program.

4. What’s the difference between the Denver Fellow position and the Denver Fellow Residency?

Answer: The Denver Fellow position is a one year commitment to serve in a school. The Denver Fellow Residency is a longer commitment, partnered with Relay Graduate School of Education and involves being a graduate student during your service. Click here to find out more about the Denver Fellow Residency.

Questions?

Phone: 720-423-2315

Email: denver_fellows@dpsk12.org