TEACH Charlotte

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TEACH Charlotte is an alternative pathway to teaching that seeks outstanding professionals and recent graduates to make a difference in the lives of the students who need them most. This program is designed to recruit and train socially-driven individuals, like you, who want to make a difference in the Charlotte community by becoming teachers in some of our highest need public schools.

Who Can Apply to TEACH Charlotte?
To be eligible to apply to TEACH Charlotte, you must:

  • Have your bachelor’s degree by June 1, 2012
  • Have a 3.0 or higher GPA
  • Be eligible to work in the U.S.
  • Have an education degree or teaching certificate

Apply Now! Our final application deadline is April 23, 2012.  The application is entirely online, and consists of basic information, a resume, and three essay questions.

After you submit your application you will hear from us within two weeks with information about whether or not you will be invited to interview at one of our group interview events in Charlotte. A few weeks after your interview, TEACH Charlotte will update you on your status in the program, and you will find out if you are invited to join our 2012 cohort. All participants will need to take and pass the Praxis II exam(s) in their subject area before joining the program.

Our accelerated program begins with a Summer Training Institute from mid-June through early-August. Afterwards, participants will begin teaching in August 2012, receiving the same salary and benefits as all other CMS teachers without experience. Participants will then complete our TNTP Academy, a state-approved licensure program, during their first year in the classroom.

Visit www.teachcharlotte.org today to submit an application.

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