Sixth-Grade Teaching Fellowships

Each year, students from approximately 30 Metro Denver schools arrive on Kent Denver’s campus as members of our newest sixth-grade class.

What awaits these students during their Kent Denver journey are unparalleled learning opportunities inside the classroom and across our 220-acre campus; instruction from faculty whom, we believe, are the best in the region; local, national and international class trips; deep, meaningful friendships; and exceptional support as they begin the most exciting, challenging, transformative period in their lives. Sixth grade is the entry point for this journey, and sixth-grade fellows have an integral role in this important phase of students’ development.

The Kent Denver sixth-grade teaching fellowship affords recent college graduates or those pursuing an advanced degree an opportunity to work side-by-side with our Middle School faculty.

Teaching fellows receive close supervision and support and are involved in all aspects of the sixth-grade program. Responsibilities include:

  • Opportunities to teach with experienced teachers and on their own
  • Curriculum planning, test design, parent consultations and student mentoring
  • Sixth-grade writing program instruction

The application window for teaching fellowships for the 2018-19 school year has closed. Check back periodically for details on how to submit an application for the 2019-20 school year.

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How to Apply

When the application window opens, interested candidates should include the following with their application:

  • Letter of introduction
  • Resume
  • At least two letters of recommendation

Fellowship Benefits Package

The Kent Denver sixth-grade teaching fellowship is a paid position. Free, on-campus housing and a complete benefits package are provided as well.

Application Resources

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Please contact Melia Reece, Middle School administrative assistant, if you need more information. If you are unable to reach Ms. Reece via email, you may also call her at (303) 770-7660, ext. 241.