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Teaching Intern-Summer 2013

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An Apprenticeship in Residential School Training. Each year the summer school invites a number of outstanding college grad students, seniors, and juniors who have expressed an interest in teaching as a career, to participate in an apprenticeship in residential school teaching with our Summer School faculty. Teaching Interns work closely with experienced instructors. In addition to developing close working relationships with faculty mentors, Interns participate in seminars on teaching and residential life. They attend their own class, a seminar on the art of teaching, and gather together for evening programs. The Intern Program is coordinated by a team of faculty members who help Interns explore the complexities of teaching in and beyond the classroom. While experienced instructors teach Summer School courses, Interns have opportunities for co-teaching and, by term's end, for teaching on their own. Interns live in dormitories under the supervision of veteran faculty members and share in overseeing the residential program. Dormitory responsibilities include working with a small number of advisees, taking duty nights, and establishing an adult living presence in the residence halls. As faculty members, Interns involve themselves actively in the many facets of residential school life. The Director of Student Activities assigns Interns chaperoning responsibilities for Polar Bear Swimming, evening social functions and off-campus excursions (whale watching, trips to museums, etc. Please return completed application materials to the Summer School Office, as soon as possible, and no later than January 21, 2013. Summer School 2013 opens Sunday, July 7th and closes Saturday, August 10th, with Interns arriving a week early for orientation. The Intern stipend is $3,195 plus room and board. |Application materials can be sent by mail, email, or fax to the address below. Please contact Ms. Stacey Durand to check on the status of your application of if you have any questions concerning the Summer School Teaching Intern Program. Phillips Exeter Academy, Summer School Internship Program, 20 Main Street, Exeter, NH 03833 (fax: 603-777-4385) (Phone: 603-777-3597) Email: or

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