Please contact Kevin Rea, Assistant Headmaster
for information about the following opportunities: The Edward E. Ford Foundation has granted Hackley $50,000
to help fund an innovative faculty recruitment program designed to identify, create, attract and retain teachers from historically underrepresented groups: African American/Black, Asian, Latino/a, Middle Eastern and Native American. The Hackley community matched the $50,000 with an additional $50,000 for a total of $100,000 dedicated to seven years of this Teaching Fellows program. $20,000 Grants
- In exchange for a 2-year Upper School (9-12) teaching commitment after college/university graduation, Hackley would provide the successful candidate with a $10,000 grant towards documented educational expenses remaining from their undergraduate education, such as loans, fees, costs for educational materials during the senior year of college.
- After completing their two year teaching commitment, the Fellows will receive an additional $5,000 per year for two years to support educational purposes in graduate school.
- Be assigned a faculty mentor to assist with the transition to the classroom and to help navigate Hackley life.
- Will meet regularly with the Assistant Headmaster.
- Will meet regularly with the Upper School Director.
Salary and Additional Stipends
- A regular teaching salary for a 75% load is $37,500 and a full load is $50,000.
- Stipends for relocation, housing, coaching, and other school activities are available.
E.E. Ford applicants must submit:
- Current résumé
- Provide 3 References: Full names, titles, phone numbers and email addresses for each of your 3 references.
- Official college transcript
- A letter of intent detailing:
1. The applicant’s major or concentration in college and in what department s/he would wish to teach
2. Participation in extracurricular activities in college and secondary school, identifying those which the candidate could supervise
3. Any work (volunteer or professional) done with lower (K-4), middle (5-8) and upper (9-12) students
4. Why the applicant finds this opportunity appealing and a good match for his or her current goals
5. Reflection on the applicant’s own high school experience