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49 Antietam St, Devens, MA 01434    (978) 772-3293    (978) 772-3295

NTC Application

New Teachers Collaborative Application for 2020-2021

Colleges and Universities attended (send all significant transcripts):
Employment record (if employment is relevant to your application):
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Names of two people who will submit letters of recommendation (one professional and one personal) on your behalf. Submit one each in sealed envelope.
Prior teaching/administrative/counseling certification and licenses, if any:
I am interested in teaching the following content areas.
Please check no more than three:
Statement of interest. Please respond to the following questions in writing. Submissions are limited to 1500 words.
- How has your own learning affected your thinking about teaching?
- How does NTC’s “learn by doing” induction model relate to your understanding of yourself as a learner?
- What experiences have you had with adolescents?
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I certify the information in this application is complete and accurate to the best of my knowledge.

Please submit all application materials digitally

Transcripts and reference letters may be sent to:

New Teachers Collaborative APPLICATION
F. W. Parker Charter Essential School
49 Antietam Street, Devens, MA 01434

or submitted to:

New Teachers Collaborative is a program of the Francis W. Parker Charter Essential School.

The Francis W. Parker Charter Essential School, recognizing the right of an individual to work and to advance on the basis of merit, ability, and potential without regard to race, color, gender, religion, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or disability, resolves to take Affirmative Action measures to ensure equal opportunity in the areas of hiring, promotion, demotion or transfer, recruitment, layoff or termination, rate of compensation, in-service or apprenticeship training programs, and all terms and conditions of employment.

Non-discrimination and equal opportunity are the policies of the Francis W. Parker Charter Essential School in all of its programs and activities. To that end, all School employees shall rigorously take affirmative steps to ensure equal opportunity in their interactions with the public. Each department, in discharging its statutory responsibilities, shall consider the likely effects which its decisions, programs, and activities shall have in meeting the goals of equality or opportunity.

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