Teaching Fellowship Program

The Teaching Fellow program offers those yet to begin a professional career a program of guided classroom work, professional seminars, and exposure to the theories and methods of experienced teaching faculty. In considering candidates for the Andover Teaching Fellowship, the school values academic excellence together with competencies complementary to the school's Constitution and Statement of Purpose and to the Academy's commitment to fostering a global, diverse, and inclusive academic community. While the teaching fellow appointment is for a single year, reappointment as a fellow is available to those with the desire to teach at the Academy for a second year. Those reappointments are based on a high level of performance in the classroom, athletic coaching and residential life work as well as particular needs of the Academy in those three areas. Teaching Fellows receive a stipend of $30,000 plus insurance benefits and campus housing. Read our brochure to learn more about the Teaching Fellow program.

Please visit our application portal to view all open positions. If you are interested in multiple positions, please apply separately for each. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled.

Open Positions:

- Biology

- Chemistry

- Chinese

- French

- History

- Math

- Music

- Physics

- Spanish

Teaching Fellow in Community Engagement

Phillips Academy seeks a full-time Teaching Fellow in Community Engagement for the 2020-2021 school year, with the possibility of an appointment to a second year. The Teaching Fellow program has a strong mentoring component designed for an individual new to a full-time professional position.

Responsibilities include mentoring student leaders; supervising on- and off-campus community engagement programs several weekday afternoons and evenings, as well as some weekends; overseeing the office’s social media accounts and creating an end-of-term newsletter; helping to organize Non Sibi Weekend, the Academy’s annual weekend of community engagement; and designing and implementing programming related to social justice and social issues. The ideal candidate will possess excellent interpersonal skills; a demonstrated commitment to community engagement and issues of equity, inclusion, and social justice; an eagerness to work with a diverse group of high school students and community partners; strong organizational and problem-solving skills; consistent attention to detail; and the ability to work independently in a small, busy, and fast-paced office.

The Teaching Fellow in Community Engagement will also work as a house counselor in the school’s residential life program and will be expected to participate actively in campus life. Please note that candidates for this position must have a valid driver’s license, a minimum of one year of driving experience, and a willingness to drive Academy-owned vans to transport students to off-campus community engagement programs.

For more information about the Community Engagement Office at Phillips Academy, please visit our website. If you have questions about the Teaching Fellow in Community Engagement position specifically, please contact Monique Cueto-Potts, Director of the Office of Community Engagement, at 978-749-4140 or at mcuetopotts@andover.edu. If you have questions about the Teaching Fellow program generally, please visit our website.

To complete the application for a Teaching Fellowship, please visit our application portal.

Phillips Academy is an intentionally diverse and inclusive residential community. As part of your application, in your personal statement, please address directly your experience and interest in working in such a school community. We welcome applications from individuals who identify with groups typically underrepresented in independent school settings.

Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer. Any offers of employment will be contingent upon successful CORI/SORI and fingerprinting background checks, as well as authorization to work in the United States.

Teaching Fellows contribute to the culture of the school through their involvement in residential, multicultural, and athletic programs on campus.