Summer Teaching Fellow Application

The completion of this application is required for all candidates seeking summer employment with Pathfinder at Hopkins School. Please note that we have a limited number of positions available. Please check for additional information regarding hiring criteria and for updates throughout the process.

In ordered to be considered you must:
  1. Complete this application
  2. Submit a resume. Your resume can be uploaded below or emailed to
  3. Share a video of a sample lesson. The link to your video can be provided in this application or emailed to

ALL THREE requirements must be received by March 7th to be considered for employment.

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Applicant Information

Are you eligible to work in the United States? *
Are you at least 18 years of age? *
Please submit a video of a sample lesson. Videos should not exceed 5 minutes in length. The link to your video can be shared here or emailed to Videos longer than 5 minutes or submitted after the due date will not be considered.

Application Questions

Were you ever a student in the Pathfinder Program? *
Have you ever been employed by Pathfinder? *
If you answered "yes" to the previous question please tell us when and what your responsibilities entailed. *
Teaching Fellows (TFs) work with Professional Teachers. You will be required to assist with lesson planning, grading and classroom management. The following core classes will most likely be taught by Professional Teachers this summer. Rank the core classes in order of 1-5 (1 = I would MOST like to be a TF for this course!)
Pathfinder Teaching Fellows need to be available from 7:45am to 3:45pm Monday-Friday from June 20th - July 29th. Are you able to make this commitment? *
Please tell us why you would like to be a Teaching Fellow for Pathfinder this summer. *
In your opinion what is the most important attribute of a teacher? *
What prior experience do you have that has prepared you for this position? *
Tell us about a time that your own success depended on someone else, regardless of how much work you put into it. How did you deal with that situation? What advice would you give to others who might encounter those kinds of situations? *
Respond to the following scenario: you have been tasked to teach a class on any topic. Tell us about the lesson you would deliver. What topic would you cover and how would you make it accessible to your audience? *


Please provide the name and contact information of three unrelated adults as references. These individuals should be able to speak on behalf of you and your ability to meet deadlines, collaborate effectively with others and complete a major project.

Note: you may want to let these individuals know that we will be reaching out to contact them in the near future.

Relationship to you and number of years they have known you.

Relationship to you and number of years they have known you.

Relationship to you and number of years they have known you.

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