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Communications and Research Assistant

Part-time: Spring 2018 (January – May)
20+ hours a week (potentially full time): Summer 2018 (June – August)

The Communications & Research Assistant will devote the majority of this internship to one major project, working across the departments of Research, Communications, and Development. This position offers an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated, exceptionally curious individual to execute a research-based project from start to finish, including developing an easily searchable database, summarizing qualitative and quantitative data, and collecting relevant research and writings from the education field. here.

Spring and Summer Internship

20 hours a week: Spring 2018 (January—May)
40 hours a week: Summer 2018 (June—August)

Inspired Teaching, a Washington, DC based nonprofit education organization, is seeking a Teaching & Learning Intern to support the Inspired Teaching Residency. Through the Residency, Inspired Teaching Fellows are prepared for a successful and sustainable careers as a teachers and changemakers in Washington, DC while earning a DC teaching license and a Master of Arts in Teaching. here.

Become an Inspired Teaching Fellow

The Inspired Teaching Residency prepares exceptional individuals for successful and sustainable careers as teachers and changemakers in Washington, DC. Truly valuing the complexity and importance of the teaching profession, the Inspired Teaching Residency recognizes that investing the necessary time into teacher preparation is in the best interest of students. Inspired Teaching Fellows benefit from the seamless connection of theory and practice before entering classrooms as teachers of record. During the residency year, each Fellow begins graduate coursework and trains in the classroom of a lead teacher, learning professional best practices while immersed in the realities of day-to-day teaching responsibilities. During the fellowship year, Fellows obtain positions as teachers of record in DC public and public charter schools, continue to take graduate coursework grounded in a research-based philosophy of teaching and learning, and receive intensive classroom support. At the end of the program, Fellows are granted a Master of Arts in Teaching degree from Trinity Washington University, as well as certification from Inspired Teaching in early childhood, elementary, or K-12 special education. The Inspired Teaching Residency is rooted in the belief that teachers, as Instigators of Thought®, can be changemakers in their classrooms, schools, and society as a whole. Becoming a part of Inspired Teaching means joining a movement to change the way children are educated. here.


Explore opportunities to join the team at the Inspired Teaching Demonstration School:

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