We have nine training institutes around the country. Check out our map to see where they are located and their approximate beginning and end dates. We consider your current location and preferences to determine your institute assignment. Depending upon the number of applicants in each institute’s pool, our corps size, and other factors, we may interview some applications to work at an institute other than the one where they would ordinarily be assigned.
Are room and board covered? Yes, all institute staff receive room and board, with the exception of resource room specialists. Options differ across the nine institutes, but all provide dorm-style housing and certain accommodations for staff members with families.
Summer Institute Locations
|Location||Start Date*||End Date*|
|New York City||6/30/2013||8/03/2013|
*Earliest possible start date and latest possible end date for institute staff.
†Tentative, please check back regularly for updates
See below for a list of available positions, their descriptions and starting salary estimates.
|Corps Member Advisor (CMA)||Coach corps members to become great teachers.||$5,600|
|Corps Member Advisor Coordinator||Support CMAs to give the best training possible to our corps members. CMAs usually have multiple years of institute experience.||$8,400|
|Curriculum Specialist||Deliver high-impact training sessions to ensure that corps members internalize the traits necessary to be excellent beginning teachers.||$7,000|
|Curriculum Coordinator||Train our curriculum specialists to give high-quality instructional support over the summer. Curriculum coordinators are usually former CSs.||$8,400|
|Data Management Director||Coordinate the data analyses that inform both teaching and logistical decisions at the institute.||$5,400|
|Instructional Leader||Facilitate sessions with new corps members and provide follow-up coaching, practice and supplemental instruction in their specialty area.||$8,200|
|Literacy Specialist||Work with corps members and institute staff to ensure literacy is blossoming in all of our classrooms.||$7,000|
|Operations Coordinator||Support the logistical activities of the institute, like transportation, communications or special events.||
|Operations Director||Manage efficient systems and a team of operations coordinators to ensure that the institute runs smoothly.||$6,600|
|Resource Room Specialist (part-time)||Manage resource rooms, which connect corps members to literature, teaching models, and other external instructional tools.||Hourly|
|School Operations Manager||Work at school sites to ensure systems run smoothly and that corps members can focus on their students' learning.||Hourly|
|School Operations Manager Coordinator||Ensure that school operations managers have the training and support they need to ensure school sites run smoothly.||$6500|
|School Director||Serve as a summer school principal for five weeks, leading both the instruction and operations of a school site.||$9,500|
Have more questions? Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Training Program Innovations
Memphis and Jacksonville are the first regions to participate in our Merged Program Pilot (MPP). This means Memphis and Jacksonville corps members will receive both their pre-service training and on-going support in their region, versus joining other regions in one of the nine centralized institutes for their pre-service training. Check out open roles by selecting 'Memphis' or 'Jacksonville' as the region you live closest to when applying.