The application for the 2020-2021 East Harlem Teaching Residency will open August 2019. If you’re interested in being notified when the application process opens, please fill out this form.

 

Register here for an upcoming webinar to learn more about the East Harlem Teaching Residency.

 

 

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 and mobile phone
• Job placement support

 

 
 

 
REQUIREMENTS & PROGRAM COMPLETION

Minimum qualifications:
• A bachelor’s degree conferred by June 2019
• Completion of the GRE prior to program start date
• Minnimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
• 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 in education courses
• Experience working with children a plus, but not required
• 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:


 

The application for the 2020-2021 East Harlem Teaching Residency will open August 2019. If you’re interested in being notified when the application process opens, please fill out this form.

Register here for an upcoming webinar to learn more about the East Harlem Teaching Residency.

 

 
 
I naively thought that being the oldest of eight siblings would have prepared me for the challenges of teaching; I quickly learned it had not. The teaching residency truly prepared me to be a successful and impactful life-long teacher. Dozens of lesson plans, 22 third-graders, two outstanding coaches and one graduate degree later, I can truly say I am becoming the teacher I always wanted to be. …I will always be grateful for EHTP.”

—Ashley | Teaching Resident, Cohort 2