DC Social Justice Fellowship Assistant
Penn State University
- University Park Campus
- Date Announced:
- Date Closing:
- open until filled
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- Work Unit:
- College of Education
- Office of Multicultural Programs
The Office of Multicultural Programs in the College of Education is seeking a graduate student to assist in an immersion field experience centered on youth advocacy and social justice education. The successful candidate will assist with teaching and supervision duties for an experiential-based field experience and post-program evaluation. The position will involve: supervising undergraduate students teaching high school students in DC; reviewing lesson plans and providing feedback for students; co-facilitating classroom management workshops, co-facilitating restorative dialogue circles; assisting with programmatic responsibilities and the day-to-day administration of the program while in Washington, DC; aiding with data collection as well as general program evaluation. Required qualifications include: demonstrated success teaching youth in urban settings; familiarity designing curriculum; and exhibited commitment to social justice in education. Preferred qualifications include: experience with social justice education/diversity and cultural sensitivity training; familiarity with teacher preparation processes; demonstrated success teaching secondary and/or post-secondary students. Position Locations (tentative dates): University Park (May 6– 10, 2019; Washington, DC (May 13 – June 5, 2019). To apply, interested parties should submit a statement of interest documenting qualifications for the position and a current curriculum vita, which includes the names and email addresses of two references.
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