The Saint Ignatius Loyola Academy intern 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 Internship 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 an intern teacher, your service year will begin with you gaining valuable first-year teaching experience serving as a summer school teacher in our four-week July program for entering 5th and 6th graders. During the regular school year (September-May), you will teach a half-load of classes (about 2 to 3 sections per day), serve as an advisor and coach, and assist with administrative tasks. The academic year concludes with your service as a camp counselor in the Academy's two-week overnight camp in the Blue Ridge Mountains (June).
In addition, our intern program includes the following benefits:
- Health insurance
- Living allowances
- 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 accepted on a rolling basis. Application review begins in January and Interns are usually selected in March of each year.
Contact Ms. Teresa Scott, Principal, at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information and questions. Return instructions are located in the forms.
Return Documentation and Direct Questions to:
Ms. Teresa Scott, Principal
Saint Ignatius Loyola Academy
300 E. Gittings Street
Baltimore, MD 21230