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Denver Math Fellows instruct small groups of students in mathematics. It is a full-time job, working school hours, for an entire school year. You will work with small groups of up to four students at a time. The most important role for Fellows is to develop strong relationships with students and their families. Through these strong relationships and the use of the provided curriculum, your instruction will support students’ access to grade level mathematics.
Denver Fellows is an urban education fellowship where students receive individual support in math as part of each school day and fellows are provided a meaningful service year opportunity. Many fellows utilize the service year as a pathway into teaching or as a gap year prior to furthering their own education. A state teaching license is NOT required for this position.
Requirements and Qualifications:
Successful completion of a minimum of 48 college credit hours
A commitment to teach small groups of students, math content, for an entire school year
A desire to build positive relationships with students, families and colleagues
Ability to annotate lesson plans to meet the needs of groups of students
Background with math content preferred but not required
Compensation and Benefits:
Salary: $31,992 ($21.50hr) paid over 12 months
Work Calendar: 186 work days; school holidays and summer off
Benefits: Medical, vision and dental options
The Denver Math Fellows Program supports students at multiple locations in Denver Public Schools. Our mission is to close the opportunity gap by providing small group mathematics instruction for our highest needs students in order to accelerate their academic growth in preparation for college and career.
Navigate to our Application Process and complete the Denver Public Schools application and the Denver Fellows interest survey.