Working at the Advanced Studies Program is a summer job like no other. The grounds and facilities of St. Paul's School provide the ideal setting for exemplary teaching and learning over the course of five and a half weeks. Those who are motivated to challenge and inspire the 240 New Hampshire students who attend are rewarded with a teaching experience in an atmosphere of intellectual curiosity and enthusiasm unparalleled at the high school level.
The Advanced Studies Program seeks to attract, retain, and support a diverse and talented workforce and invites applications for various positions. Refer to the job descriptions and links below to apply. Please address any summer program inquiries by e-mail to email@example.com. All questions regarding the academic-year Teaching Fellow Program should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are currently seeking applicants for the following opportunities:
ASP internships give rising college juniors, seniors and recent graduates an opportunity to gain valuable teaching skills by working with experienced teachers in their chosen subject. Interns are very involved in teaching classes, leading discussions with the students, class planning, and evening homework help during study hours. In addition, interns lead the sports and extracurricular programs, help supervise the dormitories they live in, and assist in the library.
Applicants must be at least in their second year of college and should demonstrate a genuine interest in being a part of a community of learners, willingness to work hard, and a solid academic record.
The director will interview selected candidates during the winter or spring preceding the summer session. The intern application deadline is January 10. The internship starts in mid-June and runs through graduation at the end of July. This includes a four-day orientation before the students arrive.
The ASP Faculty is composed of St. Paul's School faculty who are joined by outstanding teachers from private and public schools and colleges around the country. The teaching experience at the ASP provides an exceptional opportunity to explore the course subject to an extent not possible during the regular school year. Teachers are responsible for one subject, choose their own syllabus, curriculum, and texts and work with an intern who assists in every aspect of the course.
Housing on the School grounds is available for teachers and their families. The dining hall serves three meals a day. In addition, teachers participate in the daily Chapel service and are available during evening study hours for additional classroom work, laboratories, rehearsals, or study help.
The director will interview selected candidates during the winter or spring preceding the summer session. Hiring takes place from January through March. The position starts in mid-June and runs through graduation at the end of July. For 2021, the session will include both a two-week online program and a three-week residential program.