Gregory Monte
John Dewey High School '00
Social Studies Teacher
Gregory's tip: "Ask teachers you know as many questions as you can, especially about their personal teaching methods."
Dr. Edmund Adjapong
Marie Curie High School '08
Science Teacher
Edmund's tip: "Approach teaching as a way to develop future leaders; be prepared to touch the hearts and mold the minds of our youth."
Marlene M. Linen
Bayside High School '07
Special Education Teacher
Marlene's tip: "Think about this process in reference to the teachers you grew up admiring. Which teachers do you want to be like and why?"

Teach in NYC

As a former NYC public school student, you know what our students would benefit from most. NYC needs you to use your unique knowledge of public schools to support current students and schools by teaching!

I want to get my teaching certification through a fellowship


New York City Teaching Fellows

New York City Teaching Fellows prepares career-changers and recent college graduates to teach subjects in high demand across the city. Fellows are trained to teach through personalized coaching and intensive classroom practice.

through January 25, 2017


Math for America Fellowship Program

Math for America trains aspiring math teachers to be effective educators. In this five-year program, fellows earn a one-year master’s in education and then become math teachers, receiving ongoing professional development during their first four years of teaching.

starting in late December 2016


Math for America Fellowship Program

Math for America trains aspiring math teachers to be effective educators. In this five-year program, fellows earn a one-year master’s in education and then become math teachers, receiving ongoing professional development during their first four years of teaching.

through January 15, 2017

Peace Corps Fellows Program

If you’re a returned Peace Corps volunteer educator, the Peace Corps Fellows Program can help you begin a long-term teaching career in New York City public schools while also completing a degree-related internship in an underserved community.

through January 31, 2017

Peace Corps Fellows Program

If you’re a returned Peace Corps volunteer educator, the Peace Corps Fellows Program can help you begin a long-term teaching career in New York City public schools while also completing a degree-related internship in an underserved community.

through January 31, 2017

American Museum of Natural History: Master of Arts in Teaching Urban Residency Program

If you’re a returned Peace Corps volunteer educator, the Peace Corps Fellows Program can help you begin a long-term teaching career in New York City public schools while also completing a degree-related internship in an underserved community.

through January 31, 2017

American Museum of Natural History: Master of Arts in Teaching Urban Residency Program

If you’re a returned Peace Corps volunteer educator, the Peace Corps Fellows Program can help you begin a long-term teaching career in New York City public schools while also completing a degree-related internship in an underserved community.

through January 31, 2017


New York City Teaching Fellows

New York City Teaching Fellows prepares career-changers and recent college graduates to teach subjects in high demand across the city. Fellows are trained to teach through personalized coaching and intensive classroom practice.

through January 25, 2017


New York City Teaching Fellows

New York City Teaching Fellows prepares career-changers and recent college graduates to teach subjects in high demand across the city. Fellows are trained to teach through personalized coaching and intensive classroom practice.

through January 25, 2017


Math for America Fellowship Program

Math for America trains aspiring math teachers to be effective educators. In this five-year program, fellows earn a one-year master’s in education and then become math teachers, receiving ongoing professional development during their first four years of teaching.

through January 15, 2017

Peace Corps Fellows Program

If you’re a returned Peace Corps volunteer educator, the Peace Corps Fellows Program can help you begin a long-term teaching career in New York City public schools while also completing a degree-related internship in an underserved community.

through January 31, 2017

American Museum of Natural History: Master of Arts in Teaching Urban Residency Program

If you’re a returned Peace Corps volunteer educator, the Peace Corps Fellows Program can help you begin a long-term teaching career in New York City public schools while also completing a degree-related internship in an underserved community.

through January 31, 2017

I want to get my teaching certification through a program that focuses on a specific subject

Teaching Residents at Teachers College (TR@TC2)

Through this 18-month program, participants select a focus area—Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, Science Education, Biology, or Secondary Inclusive Education—and earn New York State teaching certification while also earning a Master’s degree.

starting in summer 2017


Math for America Fellowship Program

Math for America trains aspiring math teachers to be effective educators. In this five-year program, fellows earn a one-year master’s in education and then become math teachers, receiving ongoing professional development during their first four years of teaching.

starting in late December 2016


Math for America Fellowship Program

Math for America trains aspiring math teachers to be effective educators. In this five-year program, fellows earn a one-year master’s in education and then become math teachers, receiving ongoing professional development during their first four years of teaching.

starting in late December 2016


American Museum of Natural History: Master of Arts in Teaching Urban Residency Program

The Master of Arts in Teaching Program aims to increase the number of quality science teachers in New York City. In this 15-month program, you’ll take courses at the Museum of Natural History, engage in one-on-one mentoring, and benefit from ongoing professional development, resulting in both a teaching certificate and a Master’s degree.

through January 31, 2017


American Museum of Natural History: Master of Arts in Teaching Urban Residency Program

The Master of Arts in Teaching Program aims to increase the number of quality science teachers in New York City. In this 15-month program, you’ll take courses at the Museum of Natural History, engage in one-on-one mentoring, and benefit from ongoing professional development, resulting in both a teaching certificate and a Master’s degree.

through January 31, 2017


CTE Teaching

If you’ve developed expertise in a particular industry, use your knowledge to inspire students and cultivate the skills they need for a rewarding career in your field. Through both academics and intensive study of a wide range of in-demand industries, teaching CTE classes helps students of all ages find a fulfilling career.


CTE Teaching

If you’ve developed expertise in a particular industry, use your knowledge to inspire students and cultivate the skills they need for a rewarding career in your field. Through both academics and intensive study of a wide range of in-demand industries, teaching CTE classes helps students of all ages find a fulfilling career.

Teaching Residents at Teachers College (TR@TC2)

Through this 18-month program, participants select a focus area—Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, Science Education, Biology, or Secondary Inclusive Education—and earn New York State teaching certification while also earning a Master’s degree.

starting in summer 2017

Teaching Residents at Teachers College (TR@TC2)

Through this 18-month program, participants select a focus area—Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, Science Education, Biology, or Secondary Inclusive Education—and earn New York State teaching certification while also earning a Master’s degree.

starting in summer 2017


Math for America Fellowship Program

Math for America trains aspiring math teachers to be effective educators. In this five-year program, fellows earn a one-year master’s in education and then become math teachers, receiving ongoing professional development during their first four years of teaching.

starting in late December 2016


American Museum of Natural History: Master of Arts in Teaching Urban Residency Program

The Master of Arts in Teaching Program aims to increase the number of quality science teachers in New York City. In this 15-month program, you’ll take courses at the Museum of Natural History, engage in one-on-one mentoring, and benefit from ongoing professional development, resulting in both a teaching certificate and a Master’s degree.

through January 31, 2017


CTE Teaching

If you’ve developed expertise in a particular industry, use your knowledge to inspire students and cultivate the skills they need for a rewarding career in your field. Through both academics and intensive study of a wide range of in-demand industries, teaching CTE classes helps students of all ages find a fulfilling career.

I want to get my teaching certification through a program that offers hands-on classroom experience


New York City Teaching Fellows

Through this 18-month program, participants select a focus area—Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, Science Education, Biology, or Secondary Inclusive Education—and earn New York State teaching certification while also earning a Master’s degree.

through January 25, 2017


New York City Teaching Collaborative

The New York City Teaching Collaborative prepares talented career-changers and recent graduates to teach in high-need schools. Through this program, you’ll get trained to teach through classroom-based (grades 7-12) preparation as you work alongside experienced mentor teachers and receive intensive coaching before teaching on your own in the fall.

starting in late December 2016


New York City Teaching Collaborative

The New York City Teaching Collaborative prepares talented career-changers and recent graduates to teach in high-need schools. Through this program, you’ll get trained to teach through classroom-based (grades 7-12) preparation as you work alongside experienced mentor teachers and receive intensive coaching before teaching on your own in the fall.

starting in late December 2016


Teach For America

The New York City Teaching Collaborative prepares talented career-changers and recent graduates to teach in high-need schools. Through this program, you’ll get trained to teach through classroom-based (grades 7-12) preparation as you work alongside experienced mentor teachers and receive intensive coaching before teaching on your own in the fall.

through January 15, 2017


Teach For America

The New York City Teaching Collaborative prepares talented career-changers and recent graduates to teach in high-need schools. Through this program, you’ll get trained to teach through classroom-based (grades 7-12) preparation as you work alongside experienced mentor teachers and receive intensive coaching before teaching on your own in the fall.

through January 15, 2017


New Visions for Public Schools

If you’ve developed expertise in a particular industry, use your knowledge to inspire students and cultivate the skills they need for a rewarding career in your field. Through both academics and intensive study of a wide range of in-demand industries, teaching CTE classes helps students of all ages find a fulfilling career.

through February 15, 2017


New Visions for Public Schools

If you’ve developed expertise in a particular industry, use your knowledge to inspire students and cultivate the skills they need for a rewarding career in your field. Through both academics and intensive study of a wide range of in-demand industries, teaching CTE classes helps students of all ages find a fulfilling career.

through February 15, 2017


Math for America Fellowship Program

Math for America trains aspiring math teachers to be effective educators. In this five-year program, fellows earn a one-year master’s in education and then become math teachers, receiving ongoing professional development during their first four years of teaching.

starting in late December 2016


Math for America Fellowship Program

Math for America trains aspiring math teachers to be effective educators. In this five-year program, fellows earn a one-year master’s in education and then become math teachers, receiving ongoing professional development during their first four years of teaching.

starting in late December 2016


Peace Corps Fellows Program

If you’re a returned Peace Corps volunteer educator, the Peace Corps Fellows Program can help you begin a long-term teaching career in New York City public schools while also completing a degree-related internship in an underserved community.

through January 15, 2017


Peace Corps Fellows Program

If you’re a returned Peace Corps volunteer educator, the Peace Corps Fellows Program can help you begin a long-term teaching career in New York City public schools while also completing a degree-related internship in an underserved community.

through January 15, 2017


New York City Teaching Fellows

Through this 18-month program, participants select a focus area—Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, Science Education, Biology, or Secondary Inclusive Education—and earn New York State teaching certification while also earning a Master’s degree.

through January 25, 2017


New York City Teaching Fellows

Through this 18-month program, participants select a focus area—Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, Science Education, Biology, or Secondary Inclusive Education—and earn New York State teaching certification while also earning a Master’s degree.

through January 25, 2017


New York City Teaching Collaborative

The New York City Teaching Collaborative prepares talented career-changers and recent graduates to teach in high-need schools. Through this program, you’ll get trained to teach through classroom-based (grades 7-12) preparation as you work alongside experienced mentor teachers and receive intensive coaching before teaching on your own in the fall.

starting in late December 2016


Teach For America

The New York City Teaching Collaborative prepares talented career-changers and recent graduates to teach in high-need schools. Through this program, you’ll get trained to teach through classroom-based (grades 7-12) preparation as you work alongside experienced mentor teachers and receive intensive coaching before teaching on your own in the fall.

through January 15, 2017


New Visions for Public Schools

If you’ve developed expertise in a particular industry, use your knowledge to inspire students and cultivate the skills they need for a rewarding career in your field. Through both academics and intensive study of a wide range of in-demand industries, teaching CTE classes helps students of all ages find a fulfilling career.

through February 15, 2017


Math for America Fellowship Program

Math for America trains aspiring math teachers to be effective educators. In this five-year program, fellows earn a one-year master’s in education and then become math teachers, receiving ongoing professional development during their first four years of teaching.

starting in late December 2016


Peace Corps Fellows Program

If you’re a returned Peace Corps volunteer educator, the Peace Corps Fellows Program can help you begin a long-term teaching career in New York City public schools while also completing a degree-related internship in an underserved community.

through January 15, 2017

I want to get my teaching certification and a master’s degree at the same time


New Visions for Public Schools

Through New Visions for Public Schools’ two-year teaching programs, aspiring teachers apprentice for one year with an experienced teacher and earn a master's degree in education while receiving ongoing professional development.

through February 15, 2017


Teaching Residents at Teachers College (TR@TC2)

The New York City Teaching Collaborative prepares talented career-changers and recent graduates to teach in high-need schools. Through this program, you’ll get trained to teach through classroom-based (grades 7-12) preparation as you work alongside experienced mentor teachers and receive intensive coaching before teaching on your own in the fall.

starting in summer 2017


Teaching Residents at Teachers College (TR@TC2)

The New York City Teaching Collaborative prepares talented career-changers and recent graduates to teach in high-need schools. Through this program, you’ll get trained to teach through classroom-based (grades 7-12) preparation as you work alongside experienced mentor teachers and receive intensive coaching before teaching on your own in the fall.

starting in summer 2017


Peace Corps Fellows Program

The New York City Teaching Collaborative prepares talented career-changers and recent graduates to teach in high-need schools. Through this program, you’ll get trained to teach through classroom-based (grades 7-12) preparation as you work alongside experienced mentor teachers and receive intensive coaching before teaching on your own in the fall.

through January 15, 2017


Peace Corps Fellows Program

The New York City Teaching Collaborative prepares talented career-changers and recent graduates to teach in high-need schools. Through this program, you’ll get trained to teach through classroom-based (grades 7-12) preparation as you work alongside experienced mentor teachers and receive intensive coaching before teaching on your own in the fall.

through January 15, 2017

 


American Museum of Natural History: Master of Arts in Teaching Urban Residency Program

Through New Visions for Public Schools’ two-year teaching programs, aspiring teachers apprentice for one year with an experienced teacher and earn a master's degree in education while receiving ongoing professional development.

 

through January 31, 2017

American Museum of Natural History: Master of Arts in Teaching Urban Residency Program

Through New Visions for Public Schools’ two-year teaching programs, aspiring teachers apprentice for one year with an experienced teacher and earn a master's degree in education while receiving ongoing professional development.

 

through January 31, 2017


New Visions for Public Schools

Through New Visions for Public Schools’ two-year teaching programs, aspiring teachers apprentice for one year with an experienced teacher and earn a master's degree in education while receiving ongoing professional development.

through February 15, 2017


New Visions for Public Schools

Through New Visions for Public Schools’ two-year teaching programs, aspiring teachers apprentice for one year with an experienced teacher and earn a master's degree in education while receiving ongoing professional development.

through February 15, 2017


Teaching Residents at Teachers College (TR@TC2)

The New York City Teaching Collaborative prepares talented career-changers and recent graduates to teach in high-need schools. Through this program, you’ll get trained to teach through classroom-based (grades 7-12) preparation as you work alongside experienced mentor teachers and receive intensive coaching before teaching on your own in the fall.

starting in summer 2017


Peace Corps Fellows Program

The New York City Teaching Collaborative prepares talented career-changers and recent graduates to teach in high-need schools. Through this program, you’ll get trained to teach through classroom-based (grades 7-12) preparation as you work alongside experienced mentor teachers and receive intensive coaching before teaching on your own in the fall.

through January 15, 2017

American Museum of Natural History: Master of Arts in Teaching Urban Residency Program

Through New Visions for Public Schools’ two-year teaching programs, aspiring teachers apprentice for one year with an experienced teacher and earn a master's degree in education while receiving ongoing professional development.

 

through January 31, 2017

I want to get my teaching certification as a man of color


NYC Men Teach

NYC Men Teach is focused on addressing the city’s shortage of male teachers of color through education by increasing diversity within the City’s teaching profession. If you’re passionate about making sure that New York’s teachers are as diverse as its students, apply to teach through NYC Men Teach.

Rolling process


NYC Men Teach

NYC Men Teach is focused on addressing the city’s shortage of male teachers of color through education by increasing diversity within the City’s teaching profession. If you’re passionate about making sure that New York’s teachers are as diverse as its students, apply to teach through NYC Men Teach.

Rolling process

I want to teach but I got certified to teach in a different state


Certification Interstate Reciprocity

If you got certified to teach in a different state, you can transfer your credentials to become eligible to teach in New York City public schools. Click here to find out if your current teaching certificate is accepted by the New York State Education Department, and apply for a Conditional Initial Certificate so you can start teaching in New York City.

rolling application process


Certification Interstate Reciprocity

If you got certified to teach in a different state, you can transfer your credentials to become eligible to teach in New York City public schools. Click here to find out if your current teaching certificate is accepted by the New York State Education Department, and apply for a Conditional Initial Certificate so you can start teaching in New York City.

rolling application process

I’m already on track to become certified through my degree and I want to apply to teach


Certification Through Higher Education (Traditional certification)

Many colleges and universities have programs that will train you in education or teaching. If you’re getting certified through your college or degree program, you still need to apply for an official New York State teaching certificate before you can begin teaching. You can apply for your certificate at any point in the year, but you must apply by August if you want to be eligible to teach in that upcoming school year.

rolling application process


Teach Pre K For All

If you’re already a certified teacher or on track to become certified, you can apply to teach through Pre-K for All. Pre-K for All teachers help the city’s youngest students build the skills they need to do well in NYC schools. Through this program, you can teach in one of 650+ district school programs or in one of more than 1,000 New York City Early Childhood Education Centers (NYCEECs).

through summer 2017


Teach Pre K For All

If you’re already a certified teacher or on track to become certified, you can apply to teach through Pre-K for All. Pre-K for All teachers help the city’s youngest students build the skills they need to do well in NYC schools. Through this program, you can teach in one of 650+ district school programs or in one of more than 1,000 New York City Early Childhood Education Centers (NYCEECs).

through summer 2017


Certification Through Higher Education (Traditional certification)

Many colleges and universities have programs that will train you in education or teaching. If you’re getting certified through your college or degree program, you still need to apply for an official New York State teaching certificate before you can begin teaching. You can apply for your certificate at any point in the year, but you must apply by August if you want to be eligible to teach in that upcoming school year.

(rolling)


Certification Through Higher Education (Traditional certification)

Many colleges and universities have programs that will train you in education or teaching. If you’re getting certified through your college or degree program, you still need to apply for an official New York State teaching certificate before you can begin teaching. You can apply for your certificate at any point in the year, but you must apply by August if you want to be eligible to teach in that upcoming school year.

rolling application process


Teach Pre K For All

If you’re already a certified teacher or on track to become certified, you can apply to teach through Pre-K for All. Pre-K for All teachers help the city’s youngest students build the skills they need to do well in NYC schools. Through this program, you can teach in one of 650+ district school programs or in one of more than 1,000 New York City Early Childhood Education Centers (NYCEECs).

through summer 2017