Position: Exeter Summer Teaching Internship (Residential)
Requirements: Applicants must be a current college junior, senior, or graduate student who has a strong interest in teaching the middle school and/or high school level.
Position Dates: Monday, June 26 through Saturday, August 5.
Stipend: $4,300, plus room and board (living in a student room in a dorm)
The Teaching Intern Program at Exeter Summer is an opportunity to experience teaching at a residential school. Interns are paired with and led by an experienced faculty mentor who works closely with them, preparing the Intern to co-teach and ultimately teach independently by the second or third week. Interns will learn and practice the Harkness teaching method, a student-directed roundtable discussion. In addition to time with students in the classroom, Interns will have separate meetings with their mentor and the Intern Coordinators.
Residential life is a key component to the Intern experience at Exeter Summer. Interns become part of a dorm team with experienced faculty who all work together to create a positive experience for students, many of whom have never attended a boarding school. Interns share in overseeing the residential program and live in dormitories in a single student room on a floor occupied by students, and share bathrooms.
Dormitory responsibilities include working with a small number of advisees, sharing dorm duty on some weeknights and weekends, and establishing an adult presence in the residence halls. Interns will be assigned chaperoning responsibilities for off-campus excursions, on campus activities, and dorm social functions; interns will also receive assignments for student arrival and departure days. Interns will attend weekly Residential Life meetings for guidance, training, and support.
About Exeter Summer
Exeter Summer brings together a talented, highly experienced faculty. Many teach at the Academy during the academic year; some come to us from other private schools, public schools, and from colleges or universities. Faculty and interns arrive to campus on Monday, June 26 for a week of training and meeting to prepare for the session.
We offer a five-week challenging academic program for middle and high school students. These students come from every corner of the globe and embody a rich diversity of language, culture, religion, and race. A high percentage of students choose to board on campus during the program; day students are affiliated with dorms and have opportunity to participate in residential life activities. Students are on campus from Monday, July 3 to Friday, August 5.
Applications will be considered until filled or Tuesday, January 31, 2023, whichever is sooner. Please have the following materials prepared before submitting your application. (Attach these when you get to the "Documents" section)
1 letter reference from a current/recent professor and 1 letter of reference from a current/recent supervisor
Incomplete applications may not be considered.
COVID Vaccine Policy:
Phillips Exeter Academy requires all community members to be fully vaccinated* against COVID-19 and remain up to date with COVID-19 vaccine boosters.
*With the exception of a PEA-approved medical or religious exemption.