WPS is seeking teachers in humanities and Stem to teach and mentor students during our summer program. WPS supports students primarily from underrepresented and first generation families who are matriculating to college. Our mission is to mentor and provide students with support in order for them to to successfully navigate college life. Our staff works best in a student-centered and collaborative environment. DE&I training and commitment is most helpful.
It is important that our teachers believe in our mission and our work. Valuing different perspectives and accepting that there are multiple outcome options is essential. Successful WPS teachers value experiential, hands-on education, have experience with curriculum planning, are strong communicators, are ardent advocates for students and come to WPS as an experienced teacher with at least 5 years successfully teaching in a secondary school or college classroom.
Additional Salary Information: $30 to $50 per hour - from mid March until June 13 P/T for curriculum and school culture development and $30 to $50 per hour F/T June 14 - August 15 for the six week program. NOTE: Housing may be a possibility. The campus is near the Newton Center T station - 15 minutes to Boston.