March 04, 2022
PASE Morgan Stanley Summer Teaching Fellows
Posted by Delia Kim Sorto
A meaningful internship for current college students with hands-on teaching experience, exposure to nonprofits, training, and networking opportunities
PASE is currently accepting applications with a commitment to education and service and an interest in gaining hands-on experience in an educational setting. Students are invited to apply today to join a select group of college students and work in New York City summer programs this summer.
They will be placed as a trained educator in urban summer camps in one of the five boroughs in NYC to provide academic and enrichment activities, curricula support, and small group tutoring to youth in kindergarten through eighth grade.
Summer Teaching Fellows (STFs) will join a dynamic cohort of leaders and exposure to a network of educators, leaders, and afterschool professionals. STFs will receive training in experiential education curriculum, have opportunities to meet and train with leading city community educators, expand their professional network, and help to manage and participate in PASE’s city-wide conference. STFs are part of a citywide initiative to strengthen the educational opportunities and learning experiences for low-income youth during the summer.
The program will start with a week long training to prepare students for their work in the field. Additionally, fellows will meet every Friday throughout the program for supervision, peer sharing, and presentations from guest speakers in the nonprofit, education and business fields. Fellows will have an additional opportunity to network with PASE staff, board, community-based organization’s management, representatives from Morgan Stanley, our funder, and others with a vested interest in great outcomes for young people.
Time Commitment: June 21 thru August 12, 2022; up to 25 hours/week (first 2 weeks are in training)
Ideal candidates are:
- Students with prior experience working with youth (summer camps, classrooms, tutoring, after school, etc...)
- Strong facilitators, with experience working with small and large groups and familiarity with teaching content (can range from reading, writing, STEM, arts, or sports)
- Strong communicators with good interpersonal and group work skills
- Interested in education, nonprofits, and working with NYC youth
- Current college students (fellowship is open to rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors)
- Students from the New York City area, who represent the diversity of the afterschool field, and who demonstrate a financial need for a paid internship are strongly encouraged to apply.
Placemenents are in-person and adhering to NYC regulations, all interns will need to show proof of full vaccination.
Questions can be directed to Delia Kim Sorto.
We are currently accepting resumes on a rolling basis until all spots are filled.
Support for this program has been generously provided by Morgan Stanley.