Life After Your Service Year

There are many opportunities for fellows after they complete their service year, including opportunities within Denver Math Fellows to become a Lead Fellow or apply to Relay Graduate School of Education.

In addition to this, there are number of organizations fellows can connect with for opportunities after their service year.

The CU Boulder MA+ Mathematics or Science Teacher Licensure programs offer you immersive, one-year paths to earning your master’s degree and teacher licensure. With a summer start and finish, you’ll learn as part of a close knit cohort of peers and participate in practica that provide authentic experiences in middle and high school classrooms. These programs are grounded in our shared commitments to ambitious mathematics and science teaching for equity and justice. Students also gain support from CU Teach, a collaborative teacher education program with the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Engineering and Applied Science.

For additional information, please contact the School of Education at edadvise@colorado.edu or 303-492-6555.

You can also reach out to Associate Professor and Program Chair Victoria Hand at victoria.hand@colorado.edu.

colorado.edu/education/MAPlusMathScience

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Teach For America (TFA) is a leadership development and teacher pathway program that recruits remarkable and diverse individuals to teach for at least two years in one of more than 40 low-income communities across the country (including Denver!). TFA corps members teach everything from Pre-K-12th grade, including all core subject areas, bilingual and ESL, and Special Education. Corps members earn full salaries, state teaching certification, AmeriCorps benefits, and have the option to simultaneously pursue a Master’s degree. After two years in the classroom, TFA alumni continue their leadership as classroom teachers, administrators, policy makers, non-profit leaders, and more. Nearly 30% of the 2021 TFA corps joined as professionals with post-college work experience, and thousands of applicants were AmeriCorps alum. Visit www.teachforamerica.org for more info.

MATCH TEACHER RESIDENCY

We believe the single most important thing we can do as educators is to staff our schools and programs with a dedicated and passionate team. As a result, we search relentlessly for the most talented individuals in the country to lead our schools, teach in our classrooms, tutor our students, and work at the organization level. With the start of Match Export, we also need top notch people to help us bring our work to districts, schools, and charter networks across the country.

If you are interested in a challenging environment where the work you do matters each and every day—not only to us, but also to education more broadly—we invite you to apply.  Please visit the links on the left to learn more about current opportunities.

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U Prep is dedicated to our work for two simple reasons: We care deeply about all children and believe education is the great equalizer.

When you work at University Prep it becomes your mission to support every child in building an unbreakable foundation on which to achieve their dreams. Our team is collectively responsible for unlocking the potential in each student, making sure they have the confidence, character, and academic skills to succeed.

To learn more about our schools and career opportunities go to: www.uprepschool.org.

Teach in Denver Charter Networks!

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At KIPP Colorado Schools, demographics don’t determine destiny.  

KIPP Colorado Schools is a network of high-performing college-preparatory public charter schools.

What we do: We work as a Team and Family to help our students develop the knowledge, skills, and character traits that will allow them to succeed in college and the competitive world beyond.  We strive to have one hundred percent of KIPPsters get to and through college to ensure a life of choice and opportunity.

How we do it: There are no shortcuts to success. Outstanding educators, rigorous lessons, more time in school, and strong school culture support our students as they climb the mountain to college. We work as a team and use data to constantly reflect in order to improve our practice.

Learn more about KIPP Colorado today!

Every team member brings something unique to STRIVE Prep’s community, whether it’s their passion, vision, problem-solving skills or a combination. Across campuses, our community of educators is nearly 500 strong. While our strengths, perspectives and experiences are diverse, we share a singular purpose — to have a lifelong impact on our kids and communities. At STRIVE Prep, you can help kids as they are learning to change the world.

Learn more about STRIVE Prep!

We know amazing talent is the most important factor in supporting our scholars and our community. We seek teachers and staff who are interested in developing students into outstanding human beings in their academic and personal lives by role modeling our culture of Rigor and Love. Work collaboratively with their teammates and seek feedback, coaching, and mentorship from their admin team and school community. Implement our data-driven curriculum with the tools they’ve gained from experience while they adapt to the needs of their students.

Click here to view our open positions and submit your application now. (We promise it takes less than ten minutes!)

Want more information? Reach out to our Talent Team directly!

If you are a teacher, fellow, or other school based staff candidate, please email our Talent Recruiter Sean Spencer with any questions.

Whether you are a recent graduate or career switcher, transitioning into the classroom can be challenging. To help you with this transition, DSST’s Apprentice Teacher ten-month program will give you the knowledge, skills, and abilities to help you become an effective teacher. You will have the opportunity to develop your instructional practice through continuous professional learning with an assigned mentor and our Learning & Development team, build relationships with students through an advisory, and gradually assume responsibility for classroom instruction and student development.

Learn more about DSST!

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Program overview: Urban Teachers prepares highly effective teachers who significantly accelerate student achievement in the nation’s highest-need schools. Urban Teachers recruit outstanding candidates, equips them with state of the art training as well as a master’s degree from American University. In addition, Urban Teacher residents are certificated in their subject and special education. In our Dallas Fort Worth site, Urban Teachers earn an additional certification in ESL/ELL. Through hands-on training, coaching and peer supports, we give teachers the skills they need to ensure that students in high-poverty communities are learning to high standards and have a chance to reach their full potential. By doing so, our teachers are changing the lives of the students, families and communities they serve as well as their own.

Learn more about Urban Teachers.

The PEBC Teacher Residency program prepares you for an exceptional career as an early childhood, elementary, or secondary teacher through a hands-on licensure program. As a PEBC Teacher Resident, you will be trained and supported by expert instructors and coaches who are committed to your success. Residency experiences are offered in public, private, and charter schools in rural, urban, and suburban schools across Colorado.  Apply today at www.PEBC.org/application.

 

Additional Service Opportunities!

The Peace Corps sends the best and brightest Americans abroad on behalf of the United States to tackle the most pressing needs of people around the world. Volunteers work at the grassroots level to develop sustainable solutions that address challenges in education, health, economic development, agriculture, environment and youth development. Through their service, volunteers gain a unique cultural understanding and a life-long commitment to service that positions them to succeed in today’s global economy. Since President John F. Kennedy established the Peace Corps in 1961, nearly 220,000 Americans of all ages have served in 140 countries worldwide. For more information, visit www.peacecorps.gov and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

No matter what social, societal, or economic barriers exist—SOS Outreach believes every child deserves the opportunity to thrive. We start with powerful outdoor experiences. Because it’s on the slopes or the trail that kids unearth the courage to step outside of their comfort zones, discover new strengths within themselves and develop lifelong skills. Through our proven curriculum, we empower kids in our communities to discover their true potential.

Learn more about SOS Outreach!

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Education Pioneers Program Description:

Education Pioneers unleashes the potential of leaders and managers to transform education so that all students receive an outstanding education. Through selective Fellowships and ongoing Alumni and Partner Services, we strengthen the ranks of exceptional leaders, managers, and analysts in key education organizations, including school districts, charter school organizations, education agencies, nonprofits, and more to support strong teaching and learning results. By 2023, we will build a network of 10,000 diverse pioneers working in critical roles across the sector.

Learn more about Ed Pioneers!