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Teaching Fellows

Hannah Barry, Former CH-CH Fellow

Working as a teaching fellow has allowed me to develop a strong relationship with my students in many different settings. My primary role on campus is a to be a teacher, however, I also serve as a three-sport coach, a dorm parent, and an advisor. By getting to know my students throughout the day in many different capacities, I have become a much more effective educator and mentor.

The Teaching Fellows Program at CH-CH

The Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School is seeking creative, progressively minded, collaborative, and hard-working individuals to be a part of our Teaching Fellows Program. We seek candidates who are at the beginning of their teaching career and who want to be immersed in a creative and supportive teaching and learning environment and who want mentorship. As a school that embraces multiple intelligences philosophy and utilizes differentiated instruction pedagogy, we seek teachers who work diligently to reach all learners and believe, as we do, that it is not “how smart you are” but rather “how you are smart.”

Teaching Fellows begin their commitment to the School in late August with both a Teaching Fellows and New Faculty orientation program. Teaching Fellows may also be required to attend workshops over the summer and throughout the school year.

A stipend is paid to Fellows on a twelve-month basis, including health and dental insurance, beginning in September and ending in June.

Teaching Fellows typically have the responsibility for teaching one course with the opportunity to do more. They are closely supervised by their Department Chair, 9-12th Grade Program Heads, Athletic and Dorm Directors, their peer teacher and Dean of Faculty. In order to enhance professional practice, weekly meetings are held with the Dean of Faculty during the fall trimester, biweekly during the winter trimester, and as needed during the spring trimester. We offer significant mentoring, evaluation, support and help to secure a job post-fellowship.

Some teaching fellowships evolve into increased teaching and other school-related opportunities over the course of the year. All Teaching Fellows work three seasons in our Afterschool Program. Fellows live on campus and participate in our residential boarding program.

If you are interested in being considered for one of our fellowship positions, please send a cover letter, resume, and three references to:

Josh Bubar, Assistant Head of School
Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School
785 Beaver Street, Waltham, MA 02452
No phone calls please. Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School is an equal opportunity employer.
 
We are proud of our teaching fellows as they progress into their careers as educators. Our fellows now work at great independent schools, such as:

CH-CH, Waltham, MA
Dexter-Southfield, Brookline, MA
Pingree, South Hamilton, MA
St. Mark's Episcopal School, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Located 10 miles from Boston, Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall is a coeducational college preparatory school that teaches the way students learn. The School welcomes students with diverse learning styles and helps them to develop self-confidence and achieve academic success through personalized, integrated learning. Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall offers 180 boarding and day students a richly diverse cultural and academic environment and opportunities to engage in the arts, athletics and community service.