The Institute of Reading Development is now hiring summer teachers for its reading programs for students of all ages. Combine skills instruction with the experience of reading and discussing really good books. Help students develop strong fluency and comprehension skills.
The mission is to inspire a lifelong love of reading.
Whether you are an upcoming or recent college grad, a graduate student, or a current teacher.
Earn between $600-$700 per week.
Receive comprehensive paid training and ongoing support.
Gain over 250 hours of experience teaching their own classes to students from 4-year-olds to adults.
Schedule Details and Commitment:
10-week seasonal commitment: 3 weeks of paid training followed by 6-7 weeks of teaching.
37-42 hours per week.
Schedules consist of five days of teaching per week, including both weekend days.
Flexible start dates throughout May and June. Please see the application for more details.
Entry-level position, with opportunities for continued employment with the Institute after the summer.
Successful Institute Teachers:
Have strong reading skills and read fiction for pleasure.
Are responsible and hard-working, with strong communication and organizational skills.
Are comfortable and confident with technology.
Have a bachelor’s degree or higher.
Are active, patient, and supportive with students and parents.
Most students are taught online and remote teachers come from throughout the country. In select metropolitan regions, there are also in-person classes on the campuses of partner universities. Teaching schedules in these regions may include both online and in-person classes. To apply, click on the appropriate link below:
The Franklin Road Academy Faculty Fellows Program is designed to bring dynamic early-career educators to FRA for one-year fellowships. Fellows are typically only one to two years removed from their undergraduate work. All fellows are paired with a master teacher with whom they collaborate throughout the year, adding another instructor to the classroom and another mentor for our students.
St. Mark’s School Recruiting GT Students: Tuesday, November 1 Information Session
Come to an info session to learn about the Farmer UPenn Teaching Fellowship program and teaching at St. Mark’s School in Southborough, Massachusetts. St. Mark’s is one of the oldest private boarding schools in New England.
The St. Mark’s hiring team will be on campus to recruit Georgia Tech students to become teachers and Farmer UPenn fellows at St. Mark’s.
Tuesday, November 1
12:15pm – 1:00pm ET
Bill Moore Student Success Center
Hayes Conference Room, Festival (Basement) Level
GT alumna Brittney Brown (Aerospace, ’22) is currently teaching Math at St. Mark’s and is a member of the first cohort of Farmer UPenn Fellows at St. Mark’s.
The Farmer UPenn Fellowship is part of the Independent School Teaching Residency program at the University of Pennsylvania. The program includes a 2-year fellowship to teach at a partner school, teaching a reduced load in addition to completing online and in-person courses.