Francis Parker School/University of San Diego Fellowship

Francis Parker School/University of San Diego Fellowship

The University of San Diego School of Leadership and Education Sciences and Francis Parker School (grade 6-8) co-sponsor the Tchang Teaching Fellow program, designed to enhance the professional opportunities for master's degree candidates. Fellows will receive both an hourly stipend from Francis Parker, and a $10,000 scholarship from the University.

A Francis Parker/University of San Diego Teaching Fellow is responsible for the traditional duties associated with a successful classroom teaching assistantship including assisting the supervising teacher with classroom activities, facilitating individual and small group sessions with students, program and lesson preparation, and evaluation of students. Fellows will receive support and advisement from the supervising teacher, appropriate department leaders, and school principal.

Applicants must be available to commit to 20 hours per week at the school throughout the school year.
 
Scholarship Requirements
To be eligible for the University of San Diego SOLES/Francis Parker Fellowship, the following criteria must be satisfied:
  • Must be a continuing graduate student at the School of Leadership and Education Sciences pursuing a Master of Education (MEd) degree in the Master's Credential Cohort-Single Subject teaching credential.
  • Must be able to commit 20 hours a week to school site during the traditional school year.
  • Must be and remain in good academic standing each semester as per the University of San Diego's Graduate Bulletin and program requirements.
  • Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
 
Fellowship Application














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