Are you interested in teaching but not sure how to enter the profession?
Would you like to earn your master’s degree and teaching certificate in two years?
The Relay Colonial Residency at Colonial School District may be right for you!
If you have ever been interested in teaching but were not sure how to enter the profession, this opportunity provides unparalleled preparation & experience to help you do so. The residency is a two-year master’s degree program for talented, mission-driven people eager to launch a career in teaching. In the first year, residents engage in a gradual, supervised entrance into the profession so that in the second year, they are hired into teaching position. Most importantly, the residency prepares educators to enter the classroom with the foundational skills necessary to impact students from their first day as a teacher.
In two years, residents earn:
- A master’s degree
- Standard teaching certificate
- Unparalleled professional development and preparation
Join current educators, Colonial staff, & Relay faculty for a mixer
When: Thurs., February 20th 5-7 p.m.
Where: The Innovation Center at William Penn High School,
713 East Basin Road, New Castle, DE 19720
RSVP to email@example.com by February 7th
Colonial Resident Teacher Roles:
Residents will fully participate as a staff member at New Castle Elementary with a full-time teacher advisor. Residents will receive a stipend and a scholarship to Relay. Residents will take on increasing amounts of instructional responsibility over the course of the year.
Upon successful completion of Year 1 of the residency, residents will become full-time teachers of record in the Colonial School District with all of the salary and benefits associated with the teaching role.
Upon successful completion of Year 2 of residency, teachers will earn a Master of Arts in Teaching degree from Relay GSE and be eligible for a standard certificate in Elementary Education
To be eligible for the Relay Colonial Residency, candidates should have a:
- Bachelor’s degree with a record of personal, professional, and/or academic achievement– Minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0
– Please reach out if your undergraduate GPA is between a 2.75 and 3.0
- Commitment to and experience (preferable) working with underserved communities
- Determination to drive student achievement and set high expectations for all students (Interview)
- Demonstrated expertise in subject area
How to Apply
Applications for the upcoming school year are available. Please contact Yvonne Simms at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in being notified when the residency application becomes available.