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NYC Teaching Fellows CEO Anthony Finney
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  1. „Worst”

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    Akt. Mitarbeiter - Special Education Teacher 
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    Ich arbeite seit weniger als einem Jahr bei NYC Teaching Fellows als Vollzeit

    Pros

    Get certified fast and meeting great people

    Kontras

    During pst if your coach doesn’t like you. You wouldn’t pass the training. There’s a lot of bias and racism at some sites. This is all about luck and getting into the right site for pst.

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    NYC Teaching Fellows2019-08-20
  2. „Worth it, just hardvwork”

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    Akt. Mitarbeiter - Special Education Teacher in New York, NY

    Ich arbeite seit weniger als einem Jahr bei NYC Teaching Fellows als Vollzeit

    Pros

    Great Alternative path to teaching

    Kontras

    Long hours, no salary during PST

    NYC Teaching Fellows2019-06-29
  3. Hilfreich (1)

    „This program is only for you if you are dedicated to serving NYC public schools.”

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    Akt. Mitarbeiter - Special Education Teacher in New York, NY
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    Ich arbeite seit mehr als einem Jahr bei NYC Teaching Fellows (Vollzeit)

    Pros

    *Majority of tuition subsidized *Become an employee of the DOE with full benefits while completing masters. *Pre service training (PST) will prepare you for the expectations of the DOE *The support system of current Fellows and alums *No commitment to stay with the DOE once you complete the program *You are placed for PST training- but you select your school placement in the DOE (apply, interview, and decide if you accept or decline a position) allowing you to find your best fit

    Kontras

    *Balancing the demands of full time teaching and completing a masters program *Onsite training (on the job training with a class) for PST is demanding- you have to lose yourself and be whatever the coach wants you to be (ADVICE: Do whatever it takes to pass.Once you complete PST you chose the school that fits you and allows you to develop your teacher self) *The stipend is low during training

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    NYC Teaching Fellows2019-03-31
  4. Hilfreich (9)

    „Looking for a stable job opportunity? This is not it!”

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    Akt. Mitarbeiter - Special Education Teacher 

    Ich arbeite seit mehr als einem Jahr bei NYC Teaching Fellows (Vollzeit)

    Pros

    After pre-service training you are paid as a full-time teacher while you earn your Master's degree and work on your certification. With the exception of $8,000 which you must pay, DOE pays for your Master's degree.

    Kontras

    1) Due to heavy politics, position is not stable; if you have a job already don't quit to become a fellow, because acceptance into the program is no guarantee that you will be allowed to finish; and then you will be stuck with no job. 2) First three months ~$800 month stipend only. 3) If you don't live at home with your mother, you'll need a second job to survive 1st 3 months; caveat is - it is almost impossible to work a 2nd job based on the volume of work. 4) Because the environment is very political, be prepared to compromise your integrity or lose your job. 5) Even if you meet all of the academic requirements, pass all State exams and get all "A"s in the Master's program, if you are not willing to go along with questionable policies, just to get along, its difficult to move forward. 6) If you are from out of town - Fellows offers no housing support, and its difficult to find decent housing in New York.

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    NYC Teaching Fellows2018-02-01
  5. Hilfreich (33)

    „I would give this zero stars if i could”

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    Akt. Mitarbeiter - Special Education Teacher 
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    Ich arbeite seit mehr als einem Jahr bei NYC Teaching Fellows (Vollzeit)

    Pros

    - foot in the door of the oldest and one of the most arcane and bureaucratic school systems in the US -subsidized masters

    Kontras

    - don't fool yourself - even if you've got the diploma nothing in experience makes the masters program feels like a real masters - next to no support (think benign neglect) and in some cases, forces outright undermining your success as a teacher.

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    NYC Teaching Fellows2017-04-23
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