Brooks School offers an opportunity for recent college graduates or individuals transitioning from a math or science based career and are interested in pursuing a teaching career in secondary education at a boarding school. The purpose of the program is to mentor new teachers as they begin to manage a classroom for the first time while also exposing them to all aspects of a boarding school life. This one year appointment requires support in an assigned academic department and the Learning Center.
Essential functions and key objectives
Faculty Interns actively participate in all facets of faculty life. Expectations include:
Teaching one section of Physics and working in partnership with an academic mentor to teach a second section of Physics
Providing Mathematical academic support in the learning center for 10 hours per week
Coaching two seasons of a specified sport
Living in a dormitory and engaging in our residential life program, which includes at least one night of dorm duty per week, weekend duty every four weeks and attendance at meals
Meeting weekly with the Dean of Faculty, Academic Department Chair or other experienced faculty within your discipline.
Faculty Interns are members of the faculty and receive a salary plus housing in a dormitory where Internet, local phone service, cable, and all utilities are included; all meals; and access to all school facilities including the fitness center.
Candidates must be academically qualified in their subject areas and possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree, have interest in working with teens, and possess skills and talents that would benefit a boarding school community.