New Teachers Collaborative
City Year is proud to partner with New Teachers Collaborative, so our alums can continue to lead on transformational change on pressing social problems.
New Teachers Collaborative offers City Year alums
Teacher preparation program
New Teachers Collaborative’s educator preparation program offers a
- post-Baccalaureate apprenticeship
- stimulating cohort
- ongoing coaching and support
- yearlong pathway to a successful teaching career
- free tuition, a living stipend and essential benefits—books and materials are provided
- eligibility to earn up to 15 graduate credits upon successful completion of the program through a partnership with Fitchburg State University
Why City Year loves New Teachers Collaborative
Grounded in teacher collaboration and reflective practice, New Teachers Collaborative is an approved Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education teacher preparation program that culminates in initial licensure. From the very first day, you are a professional, working alongside experienced teachers to develop your practice by engaging in relevant experiences with real students. Candidates enter the program from undergraduate preparation, a gap year or other careers. Your cohort meets one Wednesday and two Tuesday afternoons/evenings a month in seminars around relevant issues in teaching and learning that are immediately applicable in the classroom.
New Teachers Collaborative provides a rich opportunity for aspiring educators to learn to teach by teaching in small, progressive middle and high schools that foster deep understanding. Through strong program faculty, experienced colleagues, consistent feedback and close mentoring, you will engage with teams of teachers in professional collaborative inquiry around instruction, curriculum and assessment. The City Year experience is a strong indicator of future success at New Teachers Collaborative, and serving with City Year strengthens an applicant’s chances of being selected as a teacher intern.
Please compare the start date to your AmeriCorps graduation date to limit conflicts.
To identify your City Year affiliation
City Year AmeriCorps members and alums should highlight their City Year experience on their résumés and describe their City Year experience in their statement of interest as part of the application materials.
Please also contact the Director of the New Teachers Collaborative, Ruth Whalen Crockett, at email@example.com to identify your City Year affiliation after submitting your application.
For more information
Please note that all admissions decisions are made by New Teachers Collaborative. AmeriCorps members and alums interested in applying must complete the full application process.