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  • Humanities Teacher, Full-Time, Fall 2019

    Waring’s mission - to create and sustain a community of lifelong learners - invites us to develop the next generation of excellent educators.

    Waring School, a co-educational, college preparatory day school for Grades 6-12 in Beverly, MA, seeks a Humanities Teacher for Fall of 2019. Our ideal candidate is passionate about teaching and sharing a love of Humanities (history, literature, social studies) in our discussion-based high school classes, with the possibility of some middle school teaching. Other academic, co-curricular, and extracurricular interests are highly valued in our learning community. A Bachelor’s degree is required, with Master’s degree and/or two years teaching experience preferred.
     
    Waring School offers salary commensurate with experience and excellent benefits. 

    As an equal opportunity employer, Waring seeks to increase the diversity of the community and is committed to maintaining an equitable and fulfilling workplace environment.
     
    Interested candidates should email a résumé and letter of interest explaining their background to: positions@waringschool.org.
  • Teaching Fellowship - Humanities; Full-Time, Fall, 2019.

    Waring’s mission - to creating and sustain a community of lifelong learners - invites us to develop the next generation of excellent educators.
     
    This one-year fellowship offers recent graduates at either the Bachelor’s or Master’s level, the opportunity to explore the profession of teaching. Fellows participate in the culture of learning at Waring School, whether in the classroom or in the community. Their responsibilities are threefold: they teach classes, coach sports or lead extracurricular activities, and assist with student enrollment and advancement. Opportunities for teaching range across our entire academic and athletic program, and are based on the needs of the school and the talents of the applicant.  

    The Humanities Teaching Fellow will teach classes at the high school level in our Humanities department (history, literature, social studies) in discussion-based, Harkness style classes of 12-14 students, with the possibility of teaching at the middle school level.
     
    In considering candidates for the fellowship, we seek people who are passionate about ideas and cultivating a love of learning, regardless of previous formal teaching experience. In the interest of equal representation in the teaching profession, we strongly encourage applications from candidates of color. Though all applicants will be seriously considered, this fellowship is aimed to diversify the experiences and perspective of lifelong learners.
     
    Fellows are paired with a faculty mentor, are provided professional development opportunities, and give voice to the direction of the school in faculty meetings. Waring gives freedom to educators to be creative in the classroom in every manner, from lesson plans to designing your own elective course. Fellows are also expected to participate in our annual school camping trip, and have the opportunity to collaborate in the design and teaching of a two-week experiential learning "endterm" course in June on varied topics of interest.
     
    Interested candidates are invited to send a resume and cover letter to positions@waringschool.org.
  • Teaching Fellowship

    Waring’s mission - to creating and sustain a community of lifelong learners - invites us to develop the next generation of excellent educators.
     
    This one-year fellowship offers recent graduates, at either the Bachelor’s or Master’s level, the opportunity to explore the profession of teaching. Fellows participate in the culture of learning at Waring, whether in the classroom or in the community.  Their responsibilities are threefold: they teach classes, coach sports or lead extracurricular activities, and assist with student enrollment and advancement. Opportunities for teaching range across our entire academic and athletic program, and are based on the needs of the school and the talents of the applicant.  
     
    In considering candidates for the fellowship, we seek people who are passionate about ideas and cultivating a love of learning, regardless of previous formal teaching experience. In the interest of equal representation in the teaching profession, we strongly encourage applications from candidates of color. Though all applicants will be seriously considered, this fellowship is aimed to diversify the experiences and perspective of lifelong learners.
     
    Fellows are paired with a faculty mentor, are provided professional development opportunities, and give voice to the direction of the school in faculty meetings. Waring gives freedom to educators to be creative in the classroom in every manner, from lesson plans to designing your own elective course. Fellows are also expected to participate in our annual school camping trip, and have the opportunity to collaborate in the design and teaching of a two-week experiential learning "endterm" course in June on varied topics of interest.
     
    Interested candidates are invited to send a resume and cover letter to positions@waringschool.org
Waring School actively seeks to increase the diversity of its faculty and student body, and does not discriminate in employment practice with regards to gender, race, color, disability status, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, religion, or national and ethnic origin. Waring offers competitive salaries and excellent benefits.