Each summer, City Schools provides learning opportunities for students across the city. Some of these programs are run directly through City Schools, while others are offered through our city partners.
Jobs at these programs include teachers, social workers, hall monitors, and more. This summer there's also a special position available - the BMore Me Summer Fellowship (more information below).
These jobs are open to current City Schools employees. Please follow the steps below to apply.
Last year, we piloted a 3-week BMore Me inquiry in grades 6-11 grounded in the grade-level’s social studies state standards and gave students the opportunity to learn social studies while exploring their identity and beliefs in the context of our city and nation’s past, present, and future.
This year, we are excited to launch a BMore Me Teacher Fellowship for grades 3-5 Social Studies and high school United States History. We are inviting teachers to collaboratively build a year-long, culturally responsive curriculum that is aligned to new MSDE content frameworks and that shapes our understanding of student engagement in the curriculum and classroom. Eight high school teachers and six teachers spanning grades 3-5 will write the curriculum and projects.
Fellows will receive:
You are encouraged to apply in a way that best fits you. This could take any form you want (provided it is virtually accessible) but must show:
It must also include – again, in any form:
Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 pm on Friday, May 14. In addition to the pieces listed above, your email should include your name, the school where you teach, the grade(s) you teach, and your resume. Your application will be reviewed by a panel that will include a student, a BMore Me teacher, a school leader, and members of the BMore Me team and the Office of Equity.