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Tuesday, January 2

  1. page Teaching Practice edited ... Pathways to Science - coordinated by the Office of NH & State Affairs, summer work and yea…
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    Pathways to Science - coordinated by the Office of NH & State Affairs, summer work and year programming for NH, West Haven & Orange middle & high school students
    Pathways to Arts & Humanities - coordinated by the Office of NH & State Affairs, summer work and year programming for NH middle & high school students
    Elsewhere in the US
    Khan Academy - content intern (Veena Advani '18)
    Outward Bound Internships
    Takes place across the US (locations in California, Colorado, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Florida, North Carolina, etc…..) from May-August, with the chance to continue working in the fall
    Opportunity to gain skills in leading outdoor education experiences, some internships work specifically with youth in at-risk communities
    Compensation is usually basic, but room and board is included in addition to a small stipend
    WFR certification required to begin employment, but not to apply, good physical fitness is required
    Center for Talented Youth: Work as a teaching assistant or residential assistant for summer educational programs for gifted and talented middle and high school students
    Locations across the US, compensation is $2800 for the summer, room and board included for residential sites, flights to domestic sites not included
    Really interesting and thoughtfully taught courses that you can help to teach!
    End of June-beginning of August
    Sanborn Western Camps - Work at an adventure camp in Colorado, leading hikes, excursions, horse riding, etc.
    $2500 compensation for the summer, plus accommodation
    Should have completed sophomore year in college
    International Summer Teaching

    Summer Teaching Fellowships:
    Couture Summer Fellowship
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  2. page Field Experience edited ... The Education Studies Scholars program offers a Field Experience Fellowship to support Scholar…
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    The Education Studies Scholars program offers a Field Experience Fellowship to support Scholars to support unpaid internships or other projects during the summer. The fellowship has supported Scholars in a range of placements including the Brookings Institute, Head Start, the New York State Department of Education, the Musee de l’Illustration Jeunesse, the West Virginia Department of Education’s Office of Early Learning, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD, the Center for Arts Education, the Campaign for Educational Equity, and the US State Department, as well as research in Denmark, Japan, and Washington state.
    Summer internships
    Please check out the Education Studies Streams pages for a number of ideas of program internships.
    Below are several programs that have had recurring internships with Education Studies Scholars:
    New York State Education Department Office of Bilingual Education and World Languages Intern Job Description
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    Hopkins Pathfinder Program in New Haven
    The Pathfinder program works with grade 6-8 New Haven public and parochial students and provides academic skills in math, science and English to help them be successful in private and public high schools. Students are taught by veteran teachers and assisted by college students who themselves get a lot of hands on mentoring in learning their teaching craft. The program pays $1500 for the summer, but could be supplemented with funding from Yale college. Please reach out to director Michael Van Leesten mvanleesten@hopkins.edu

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    Education Studies Working Groups
    Classroom Observation
    Careers in Education
    Tips on building an Ed Network
    Recommendation Letters
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  4. page International Education edited ... Field experience: American village camps in Europe (English medium camps in Europe) Shoshana …
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    Field experience:
    American village camps in Europe (English medium camps in Europe) Shoshana Davidoff-Gore 17 recommends
    Takes place in France, camps run from March-October
    Counselors can work 2 weeks - 3 months
    Apx. compensation is 1000 euros/month, room and board included, flights not included
    Fun experience teaching English as a second language, opportunities to explore France and work on French language (although French language proficiency is not required)
    Must be 18+ to work, no visa required

    Yale Young Global Scholars (Karnessia Georgetown 19)
    Camp California: Takes place in Croatia, June-August
    Camp is in English, but more activity based and without formal English classes
    Opportunity to lead outdoor excursions
    Similar compensation to American Village, flights not included
    Must be 20+ to apply, no visa required
    Broadreach: Takes place internationally from end of May-August (contracts can be for a few weeks-2 months)
    Lead multi-week international trips for students in middle and high schools
    Trips based in outdoor and experiential education pedagogy, obtaining a Wilderness First Responder certification is necessary to begin employment but not to apply
    Trip themes include marine science, language study, international development, medicine, and many more
    All flights, room and board included in addition to a competitive salary for the summer
    Experiment in International Living: Takes place internationally from mid-June through August
    For 21+ individuals only, receiving their degree by June 2018
    Similar setup to Broadreach program, $250/week compensation in addition to all flights, room and board
    You must have experience living in one of their program countries to be considered for a position--there is one US program
    Global Youth Exchanges: Work in the US as a program leader for visiting international students for a number of different programs
    Same application process as the Experiment, bachelor's degree not required
    Gakko- Due Jan 4th - 4-5 week commitment with really progressive and innovative camp in Japan or Berkshires, MA
    Design and teach your own curriculum
    No compensation, but all expenses paid

    Internships:
    Fellowships:
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Friday, December 29

  1. page Education Studies Streams edited Education Studies Streams Arts and education - Dan Rubins, Emma Hathaway (17) Bilingual Education…
    Education Studies Streams
    Arts and education - Dan Rubins, Emma Hathaway (17)
    Bilingual Education - Alejandra Corona Ortega (19)
    Early childhood education - Kate O’Brien (17), Fish Stark (17)
    Economics and Education - Karnessia Georgetown (19)
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    Roland (GRD 17)17), Liliana Marmolejo (19)
    Education and Law - Billy Moran (15)
    Educational Entrepreneurship - Ana Barros (18)
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    Fish Stark (17)(17), Tran Le (19)
    Education technology- Phil EstermanEsterman, Veena Advani (18)(18), Annie Chen (19)
    International Education - Fiona Riebeling (18), Mariano Miranda (18)
    Higher Education
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    Jared Michaud (19), Franklin Eccher (19), Sara Harris (19)
    Sex Education
    Social and Emotional Learning- Caitlin Dermody (18)
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    Lucas Riccardi (17)(17), Caitlin Dermody (18)(18), Jessica Nelson (19)
    Teaching Practice
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    O’ Brien (17) ,(17), Caitlin Dermody
    What's missing? Add another stream using the following template:
    Topic: , prepared by
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Monday, December 11

  1. page Tips on building an Ed network edited Resources for networking: Build off the resources you have already Use your fellow students to c…
    Resources for networking:
    Build off the resources you have already
    Use your fellow students to connect to resources – current students have worked at over 79 organizations for field experiences
    Consider some recurring internships that Ed Studies students have done every year – US Grant co-directors or teachers, NY State Dept. of Education internship with Khin Mai Ang, education journalism w/Jennifer Berkshire of Alternet and Have you Heard podcast
    Meet w/Ed Studies faculty & ask for their connections
    Go to the Yale Office of Career Strategy and use their online database to connect with alumni, or look for job opportunities
    Yale Alumni Educators FB page – 108 members, about ½ are alumni, great place to post queries https://www.facebook.com/groups/YaleAlumniEducators/
    Create a profile on linked in. Connect with Yale Careers in Education & invite others to join.https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8588449

    Sending an intro email
    Some of the best leads for research, internships and jobs come from people you don't have any links to. When you're emailing someone you don't know, keep it brief and keep your ask minimal. Everyone has way too much email to respond to - a long message with multiple requests will be relegated to the "later" pile.
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  2. page Teaching Practice edited ... Generation Teach - Boston, Denver & Western MA - Thomas Chu (2019) Post-Graduate Pathways…
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    Generation Teach - Boston, Denver & Western MA - Thomas Chu (2019)
    Post-Graduate Pathways into Teaching
    Here is guidance for all states on what it takes to become certified.
    1. Teacher training programs (some recently pursued by Yale graduates in Education Studies)
    STEP (Stanford Teacher Ed)
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  3. page Field Experience edited All Education Studies Scholars are required to complete a field experience, which can be a full sum…
    All Education Studies Scholars are required to complete a field experience, which can be a full summer internship/fellowship or be conducted part-time during the academic year. This list (originally generated by Undergraduate Career Services) is a resource for all students interested in education. It contains a number of programs and organizations, both in New Haven and elsewhere, including some that offer internships and post-graduate opportunities.
    The Education Studies Scholars program offers a Field Experience Fellowship to support Scholars to support unpaid internships or other projects during the summer. The fellowship has supported Scholars in a range of placements including the Brookings Institute, Head Start, the New York State Department of Education, the Musee de l’Illustration Jeunesse, the West Virginia Department of Education’s Office of Early Learning, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD, the Center for Arts Education, the Campaign for Educational Equity, and the US State Department, as well as research in Denmark, Japan, and Washington state.
    Summer internships
    Below are several programs that have had recurring internships with Education Studies Scholars:
    New York State Education Department Office of Bilingual Education and World Languages Intern Job Description
    Office of Bilingual Education and World Languages interns help enforce New York State regulations and others laws that protect immigrant and refugee students’ access to public education and a safe, supprtive school environment, and protect the programmatic rights of English Language Learners. For more information, contact mira.debs@yale.edu for full internship description
    US Grant
    Seeking teacher and co-directors for the Ulysses S. Grant Foundation, a non-profit six week middle school summer enrichment program for New Haven students. The program gives Yale undergraduates the chance to develop a course to teach and provides local students with an exceptional academic program that expands their academic horizons beyond the classroom. For More Information: Visit http://usgrant.commons.yale.edu/ or email us at usgrantdirectors@gmail.com.
    Hopkins Pathfinder Program in New Haven
    The Pathfinder program works with grade 6-8 New Haven public and parochial students and provides academic skills in math, science and English to help them be successful in private and public high schools. Students are taught by veteran teachers and assisted by college students who themselves get a lot of hands on mentoring in learning their teaching craft. The program pays $1500 for the summer, but could be supplemented with funding from Yale college. Please reach out to director Michael Van Leesten mvanleesten@hopkins.edu

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  4. page Education Studies Working Groups edited Details Rural Education Working Group - please contact Franklin Eccher (19), Sarah Harris (19) an…
    DetailsRural Education Working Group - please contact Franklin Eccher (19), Sarah Harris (19) and Jared Michaud (19)
    The Rural Education working group has brought several speakers
    to comecampus and is developing a field experience over spring break.
    Would you like to create an education working group? Please contact mira.debs@yale.edu for more information.

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Tuesday, December 5

  1. page International Education edited ... Study abroad SIT Chile - Comparative Education and Social Change (Fiona Riebeling attended) …
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    Study abroad
    SIT Chile - Comparative Education and Social Change (Fiona Riebeling attended)
    Education in India at Nirman, Varanasi
    Contacts:
    Students: Fiona Riebeling (18)
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