Currently we are seeking two-three Interns to co-teach and/or lead classes in our lower and upper schools. If you have a background in Theology, Byzantine History, Math, Sciences, Greek, etc., please do not feel remiss that you do not possess a degree in education- we would love to hear from you! Please see the requisition below and share it.
At this point, we project needing to fill the following specific roles (if you do not fit these needs, but desire to send your resume and information, please do not hesitate):
–One full time teacher to take on a 2nd/3rd grade class (with support and mentorship). This teacher will be the main classroom instructor for the 2nd and 3rd (nested class) grades in Phonics, Spelling, Math, Penmanship. Afternoon classes will be combined with 1st grade, instructing a combined class in level appropriate History, Catechesis, and Sciences/Nature Studies. Curriculum and materials are extremely supportive and teacher friendly.
–One part time intern to take on half the day for 1st grade. This teacher will be provided with extremely supportive materials and guidance. Responsibilities will include teaching Phonics, Spelling, Math, and Penmanship to the 1st grade class, morning and/or recess duty. At this time, hours will be defined as 8:30 am to 1:30 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday each week.
(If we find someone who meets specific needs listed in the second intern position below, there is potential to combine the two intern roles and stipends into one position).
–A second part time intern with coursework, skills, or defined interest in one (preferably two) or more of the following:
- Art (Studio, History, Iconography)
- Sciences (Earth (Geology/Forestry), Biology, Chemistry, Physics)
- New Testament Greek
- Development/Fundraising/Grant writing
Responsibilities will include teaching courses in the above content areas, as well as morning/recess/afternoon duty, assisting the Headmaster and/or other teachers in a limited capacity (such as substituting in an emergency situation).
For all roles:
- Development experience is a plus
- Previous experience with or interest in Classical Education, Charlotte Mason, Montessori Method is a plus
- Demonstrated work with children and youth and references
Teaching Intern Basic Attributes
- Graduate from minimum of B.A./B.S. program- Liberal Arts preferred, but not required (prefer strong background in History, Literature, Classics, or Theology)
- Malleable, willing to listen and be mentored
- Desire to learn and tackle new projects or learn new content
- Self-starting, strong initiative, independent
- Able to accept correction as needed, but also operate with great freedom
- Love for youth
- Desire to live and work in same community
- Employment to begin 8/23/2021
We very much would like to be able to support the needs of our employees and interns. As we move forward this spring, our goal is to work with the needs of employees. If you or someone you encounter are interested, please let them know that we would love to open the conversation. The faculty members of a small school always wear multiple hats, so when we find the right fit, we will do our best to make it work.