The New York City Teaching Fellows at Hunter College, CUNY
Hunter College has participated in the New York City Teaching Fellows Program since 2002. Currently, Hunter works with Teaching Fellows in four different subject areas: Childhood bilingual education (grades 1-6); Adolescent English (grades 7-12); Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (grades K-12); and Childhood/Middle Childhood Special Education.
If you are interested in becoming a Teaching Fellow, you must first apply directly to the New York City Teaching Fellows at http://www.nyctf.org
New York City Teaching Fellows are career changers and recent college graduates who do not have degrees in education and who wish to become teachers. Once accepted to the program, Fellows who are assigned to Hunter College participate in an intensive 7-week summer program beginning in mid-June, and begin teaching in a New York City public school the following September while pursuing a subsidized master’s degree in education.
For more information on the New York City Teaching Fellows, go to http://www.nyctf.org.