• Mathematics Teaching Fellow/Penn Residency Master’s in Teaching Program for 2020-2022

    Job Locations US-NJ-Lawrenceville
    Active Full-time
  • Overview

    Founded in 1810, The Lawrenceville School is located in central New Jersey, five miles south of Princeton, 55 miles south of New York City, and 40 miles north of Philadelphia.  Lawrenceville attracts outstanding students in grades 9-12, including about two dozen post-graduates. Lawrenceville’s 815 students come from more than 30 states and 30 countries, with more than a quarter receiving assistance from a $10.5 million dollar financial aid budget.  Across residential, academic, and co-curricular settings, Lawrenceville challenges a diverse community of promising young people to lead lives of learning, integrity, and high purpose, inspiring the best in each to seek the best for all.


    The Lawrenceville School seeks enthusiastic, energetic, collegial individuals who want to work with both adults and students in a diverse, collaborative and inclusive academic setting. 


    Position Summary:  The Lawrenceville School Teaching Fellows are enrolled in the University of Pennsylvania’s Boarding School Teacher Residency program (part of UPENN's Graduate School of Education), in which they work toward a Masters in Teaching. The goal of this two-year program is to identify aspiring or early career educators (typically recent college graduates) with an interest in the boarding school context. Over a two-year period, the Lawrenceville School provides them with the training, skills, and experience they need to succeed as educators, as well as extensive mentoring and support. Teaching Fellows teach in an academic department, live on campus, and fully participate in the residential and co-curricular life of the School. The Lawrenceville School pays approximately 80% of fellows' graduate school tuition and fees and provides a salary, room and board for all fellows.

     We are now accepting applications for our Mathematics teaching fellowship program for 2020-2022, background in Computer Science and/or Statistics preferred.


    • Teach two sections in the first term of the first year (one preparation), and three sections (typically two preparations) for the remainder of the first year; teach three to four sections during the second year (typically two preparations per term).
    • Provide supervisory duty one (1) night a week in dormitory as part of a duty team
    • Coach or provide support for two (2) significant co-curricular programs per year (2 out of 3 trimesters)
    • Advise a group of six (6) to eight (8) students during second year.
    • Chaperone a weekend activity (dance, coffee house, etc.) at least once per term.
    • Successfully follow all requirements from the Penn Residency Master’s in Teaching program
    • Live on campus with fellows cohort and participate in the residential life of the School.            


    • Demonstrated interest in teaching and/or working with young people.
    • Significant co-curricular commitment or interest (e.g., athletics, debate, or community service).
    • Strong organizational skills, excellent time management, strong communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills.
    • BA or BS in the target (or closely related) field.
    • Passion for their discipline


    When completing the application, you will be required to submit the following documents. We will not review incomplete applications:

    Resume, upload with application.
    Cover letter, upload with application.
    College transcript (can be unofficial), upload with application.
    Three letters of recommendation (two must be academic references, and one should be a work-related reference, upload with application or email them as an attachment to Lucy Vetter at lvetter@lawrenceville.org


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