MTR has 3 ways to get involved in the work of Equal Education: 1. Teacher Residency - For college graduates, MTR offers a 1-year teacher residency where residents teach with a mentor teacher (Mon-Ths), receive weekly instructional coaching, live together in paid housing, receive a monthly stipend, and participate as a cohort in Master of Urban Education coursework (Fri-Sat, 100% paid-for by MTR). ( 2. Marjorie Lee Browne STEM Education Fellowship - In partnership with the National Civil Rights Museum, undergraduate persons of color who are interested in teaching STEM subjects are awarded the Marjorie Lee Browne STEM Education Fellowship, which provides a paid summer internship and tuition assistance. Fellows serve as teaching assistants at a STEM Discovery Camp for rising 7th graders over a 6-week period and must be returning to school in the fall. ( 3. MTR Camp - For college students returning to school in the fall, MTR Camp is a 6.5-week paid summer internship where interns get experience and development in teaching elementary-aged students reading and math in a fun-filled camp environment. ( Contact Caroline O'Hare with any questions or if you would like to set up an individual meeting (


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