The Saint Ignatius Loyola Academy volunteer teacher program is a two-year program working with highly motivated inner-city boys who attend the Academy on full scholarships and are aspiring to attend competitive, college-preparatory high schools and colleges.
The Volunteer Teacher Experience
You will work and live as part of a team of young and energetic full-time teachers who reside near the Academy and who enjoy their work. Receive excellent mentoring and support in a job that makes a difference!
As a volunteer teacher, your two-year service begins with you gaining valuable first-year teaching experience serving as a summer school teacher in our four-week July education program. During the regular school year (late August-May), you will teach a variety of classes, as well as serve as an advisor and coach. The academic year concludes with your service as a camp counselor in the Academy's two-week overnight camp at the Claggett Center (June). Your second year follows a similar schedule with increased teaching responsibilities.
In addition, our volunteer teacher program includes the following benefits:
Health insurance (fully paid, including deductibles)
Housing provided in newly renovated row house in Baltimore's historic Federal Hill neighborhood and just a few blocks from the Academy
Nearby health club membership
Deferment of student loans, plus Americorps Education Award of $5,550 (eligible after a year of service at the Academy)
Support to earn a graduate degree in education from Loyola University Maryland while you work at the Academy (conditional on being accepted and the University's continuing partnership)
Applications are now being accepted through June 30, 2019.
Contact Ms. Teresa Scott, Principal, at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information and questions. Return instructions are located on the forms.
Return Documentation and Direct Questions to:
Ms. Teresa Scott, Principal
St. Ignatius Loyola Academy
300 E. Gittings Street
Baltimore, MD 21230