Boston University Academy is seeking a full-time Chemistry & STEM Teaching Fellow to begin in August 2021 for the 2021-2022 academic year. Teaching fellowships are generally one or two-year positions and offer relatively new teachers opportunities for experience, mentorship, and professional growth. Teaching fellows teach a reduced courseload. Primary responsibilities for this position include co-teaching honors-level tenth-grade chemistry, advising STEM-focused senior thesis projects, teaching a section of our STEM seminar course (visiting labs in the local area with students), advising the robotics team, serving in the math and science help center, and contributing to other aspects of independent school life: leading clubs and activities, chaperoning trips, and possibly coaching. The fellowship also features opportunities to observe other teachers, be observed, and discuss teaching practice. The teacher will join a science department committed to inquiry, lab-based learning, and research.
The ideal candidate will have some experience working with adolescents, a degree in a related field, and a student-centered approach. For all positions, we look for candidates who enjoy working with colleagues in a collaborative environment, who are flexible and creative, who will fully engage in the life of the school, and who are committed to fostering an inclusive and equitable community.
As the only high school in New England that is part of a major research university, Boston University Academy (BUA) offers students who love learning both a traditional, caring independent school experience and access to a broad range of university courses. In the eleventh and twelfth grades, students follow their passions by regularly completing up to twelve courses from Boston University's undergraduate curriculum. The school's 202 students are curious, capable, and kind. They come from 55 cities and towns in the Greater Boston area. 57% of students identify as students of color. 31% of students are on financial aid -- a reflection of BUA's commitment to equity and access.
To apply, please upload a resume, list of references (if available), and cover letter addressed to Dr. Rosemary White, Assistant Head of School for Academics and Student Affairs. Please send any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bachelor's degree required, Master's or PhD candidacy preferred. One to three years work experience.
Boston University's generous benefits package including health, dental, life insurance, and paid time off. Full-time employees are also eligible for tuition remission for graduate work at Boston University, and remission extends to dependents as well. For more details on benefits, please refer to the Boston University benefits page here.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
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