Servant Leader Apprentice (In-Person, Seasonal, Part-Time), Center for Black Educator Development
About The Center for Black Educator Development (CBED)
CBED exists to (re)build a national Black Teacher Pipeline to achieve educational and racial justice by ensuring there is equity in the recruiting, training, hiring, and retention of quality educators that reflect the cultural background and share common socio-political interests of the students they serve. Launched in June 2019, the Center for Black Educator Development is revolutionizing education by dramatically increasing the number of Black educators so that low-income Black and other disenfranchised students can reap the full benefits of a quality public education. Learn about our key strategies to build a national Black Teacher Pipeline by visiting our website.
About the Position
Servant Leader Apprentices (SLAs) will provide literacy instruction and tutoring for elementary-aged scholars. You are committed to Black excellence in education and will work to develop a high quality, academic-centered after school experience for young learners. You are a self-starter who learns from your own areas of strength and growth. You feel a sense of responsibility over student outcomes, are receptive to feedback, and willing to be in charge of classroom management. You are also willing to support Junior Servant Leaders in implementing relevant instructional strategies. You will model professionalism for JSLs and help them manage their learning about literacy development and teaching, while supporting continuous improvement.
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