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The Hathaway Brown Annual Fund is drawing to a close on June 30, 2016. Please join nearly 2,000 donors in supporting the core priorities that distinguish an HB education from any other: the best possible faculty, curriculum enhancement, and a impressively talented and diverse student body.
Make your gift online today at www.hb.edu/supportHB or call Marcia Merritt, Director of Annual Giving at 216.320.8110 with any questions you may have.
See below for a look at how your past contributions help our students learn for life!
Be an Aspire Teacher
We are no longer accepting applications for the 2016 summer session.
Please check back in December 2016 for application materials for the 2017 session.
Aspire offers teachers the opportunity to...
Aspire is a six-week teacher training experience for both new and veteran educators and offers high school and college students an introduction to teaching in an innovative feedback-rich environment. Aspire has recruited young educators from the nation’s leading colleges and top high schools in the Cleveland area.Teachers at Aspire are given opportunities to hone their skills by serving as the lead teacher in the classroom, developing their own curriculum and practicing important skills such as classroom management, differentiated instruction and student assessment. Aspire teachers represent multiple levels of experience and are constantly given constructive criticism that enriches their craft as educators.These young teachers work together with experienced educators to implement creative, engaging classes. Aspire not only develops their awareness of the components of a high quality education and reflective teaching practice, but it also helps them develop an understanding of the many challenges facing the field of education. The time spent working at Aspire leads them to be effective advocates for education and to consider pursuing teaching as a career.
Aspire provides an enviornment in which teachers practice collaboration, innovation and creativity in the classroom. Under the guidance and mentorship of professional educators, graduate, undergraduate and high school students are the primary teachers in their classrooms, planning and executing lessons every day. Through this unique summer experience, teachers practice leadership and communication skills in a diverse community where everyone is committed to achieving outcomes for students. Aspire provides young educators with an opportunity to familiarize themselves with current topics in education and increase their understanding of the components of a high quality education.
Aspire teachers say that the program offers an effective introduction to teaching, with many of them going on to pursue careers in education: as classroom teachers, as administrators, as leaders.
Summer Teaching Positions--2016
|Positions for students currently enrolled in their sophomore, junior or senior year of high school. (10 positions)|
|Core Academic Teachers|
|Positions for students currently enrolled in their freshman, sophomore, junior or senior year of undergraduate study. (12 positions)|
|Positions for graduate students and/or those in their first three years of full-time teaching. (2 positions)|
|Speciality Teachers: Wellness, Learning Resources, Alumnae Association Intern|
|Positions for undergraduates, graduate students and/or those in their first three years of full-time teaching. (3 positions)|
|Postions for full-time and veteran educators. (4 positions)|
|Positions for early career and other full-time professional educators. (3 positions)