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St. John’s College and Santa Fe Public Schools to Discuss Teaching Fellowships for Grads

Originally Posted on admin, April 22, 2014

(SANTA FE) Dr. Joel Boyd, Superintendent of the Santa Fe Public Schools, will join Mike Peters, President of St. John’s College, to conduct an introductory meeting to discuss a new teaching fellowship program on Wednesday, February 19, at 12:10 p.m., in the Junior Common Room of the Peterson Student Center at St. John’s (1160 Camino Cruz Blanca).

SFPS is seeking to hire St. John’s alumni for the inaugural cohort of teachers in the fellowship program, beginning 2014–2015. Teachers are needed in elementary and secondary education in math, science, bilingual education, and special education. Santa Fe Community College and the Academy for the Love of Learning are also involved in the fellowship. Peters and Boyd will explain how alumni can get an all-expenses-paid New Mexico teaching certification and a minimum three-year contract with SFPS.

For more information contact Margaret Odell, Director of Career Services at St. John’s College, at 505-984-6067.

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