The application for the East Harlem Teaching Residency is now open!
APPLY HERE
The first application deadline is August 28, 2019.

 

If you would like to learn more about the program, please register for an upcoming webinar.
JOIN A WEBINAR HERE

 

DATES AND DEADLINES

If you are interested in applying, please review important deadlines below. We recommend that you apply early during the Priority Decision period. We will have limited openings available during the Regular Decision period. If accepted into the program, Priority Decision finalists will secure their position in the program by January 2020.We will have a waiting list for finalists who are not offered a position.

 

We have a limited number of slots available per in-person interview. Please review the in-person interview dates and apply early to secure an interview slot if you are advanced from the phone interview stage.

 

* 75% of the cohort will be filled within this window
** Hunter College will review all application materials and will reach out to candidates if they need additional documents. The application review process can take up to two weeks. If you are advanced to the next stage of the process, a member of our recruitment team will reach out to schedule a 30 – 45 minute phone interview.

 


 

 


 

PROGRAM BENEFITS & COMPENSATION

Upon acceptance to the program, residents receive the following:

• Subsidized master’s degree in childhood education
• Certificate in special education (optional)
• Cost-of-living stipend and subsidized health insurance plan
• 2+ weeks of paid vacation (aligned with school closings calendar)
• Academic and financial guidance
• Monthly MTA transit pass
• Laptop
• Job placement support
 
REQUIREMENTS & PROGRAM COMPLETION

Eligibility Criteria:
• A bachelor’s degree conferred by June 2020
• Completion of the GRE prior to program start date
• Minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
• If you have an undergraduate GPA that falls under a 3.0, you will be required to write a statement explaining 1) any factors that impacted your undergraduate GPA, and 2) the steps you plan to take in order to ensure that you succeed in the Residency program
• A liberal arts or sciences major (or interdisciplinary concentration) of at least 30 credits
• A liberal arts core to include the following:
⚬ A General Education core in the liberal arts and sciences to include artistic expression,
communication, information retrieval, concepts in history and social sciences, humanities,
⚬ A language other than English
⚬ Scientific and mathematical processes
⚬ Written analysis and expression
• U.S. Citizen or national/permanent resident status
• Not have or be eligible for teacher certification in any state
• Not have taken more than 18 credits of college coursework in education
• Not be on track to complete bachelor’s or master’s coursework that leads to certification in Childhood
education
• Not have served as an AmeriCorps member
• Experience working with children a plus, but not required
• Arabic, Mandarin, or Spanish proficiency a plus, but not required

 

Upon completion of the program, graduates receive:
• Trans B/Initial certification
• Master’s degree in childhood education (1-6)
• 400 hours of targeted professional development
• Lead teacher in academic after-school classroom (25+ students)
• Over 50 hours of one-on-one coaching
• Experience with district and charter schools
• Experience lesson and unit planning
• Optional enrollment in the EHTP-funded special education certification

 

APPLICATION PROCESS


 

When you are ready to apply, please make sure to have the following documents ready to submit:

 

• Resume
• Undergraduate Transcripts (include transcripts from every institution that you have attended)
• Graduate Transcripts (if applicable)
• GPA Written Statement (if GPA is under a 3.0)

 

Hunter College will review all application materials and will reach out to candidates if they need additional documents. The application review process can take up to two weeks. If you are advanced to the Phone Interview stage, a member of our recruitment team will reach out to schedule a 30 – 45 minute phone interview.

 

If you would like to learn more about the program, please register for an upcoming webinar.
JOIN A WEBINAR HERE.

 

“As a black, male educator, EHTR’s anti-racist framework spoke volumes to me. Children of color face numerous barriers in the pursuit of an equitable education; it was imperative that I join a program that addresses these institutionalized gaps unapologetically. EHTR is that program.”

—Davin Wynter | Teaching Resident, Cohort 4