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Career Partnership with Capital Teaching Residency


City Year is proud to partner with the Capital Teaching Residency so our alumni can continue to make a difference in classrooms and in the lives of students. This partnership reflects the shared visions and values of both organizations, and their belief that young people can keep students on track to graduate from high school and pursue post-secondary education. 
City Year strengthens an applicant’s competitiveness and chances for being selected for the Capital Teaching Residency.


Background

The Capital Teaching Residency is a cornerstone program of KIPP DC. KIPP DC schools educate and support students in the District of Columbia who have historically had limited access to high quality educational options. Equipped with a KIPP DC education, our alumni are empowered to be successful in college, careers, and life. As a Capital Teaching Resident, you play an active role in our mission.

 

KIPP DC’s Capital Teaching Residency is a nationally recognized, highly selective, three-year teacher training program that provides a pathway for new teachers to develop into outstanding educators. Capital Teaching Residents commit to teaching for a minimum of three years in Washington, D.C. Residents spend the first year of this commitment—their residency year—training in a classroom with a highly effective lead teacher. Following their residency year, residents will teach two additional years at KIPP DC or a partner public school in Washington, D.C.

 

Our mission at the Capital Teaching Residency to empower students and increase their access to opportunities by:

  • Creating a talent pipeline of highly effective teachers in D.C.
  • Retaining highly effective teachers in D.C. public and public charter schools
  • Shaping high-quality teacher preparation programs nationally

Click here  to learn more about the Capital Teaching Residency experience.


Benefits offered by the Capital Teaching Residency 

 

Benefits 
  • Train to teach in an environment of excellence.
  • District of Columbia teacher certification offered in the areas of Early Childhood Education, Science, Math and English Language Arts.
  • Access to discounted tuition at University partners
  • Ongoing professional development activities and networking opportunities
  • Competitive entry-level salary

 

To Apply

  • Click here to access the Capital Teaching Residency's admissions website and apply online
  • TO IDENTIFY CITY YEAR AFFILIATION: City Year corps members and alumni should highlight their City Year experience on their resume as part of application materials. On the online application, you can indicate your affiliation with City Year in one of the dropdown menus.


To Contact Molly Lenowitz, Capital Teaching Residency Recruitment Manager:


 

Please note that all admissions decisions are made by the Capital Teaching Residency. Corps members and alumni interested in the residency program must complete the full application process.

 


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