What is the Future Teachers Pathway Fellowship?
The Future Teachers Pathway Fellowship is a two-year program designed by iUrban Teen where young adults and recent high school graduates have the opportunity to get involved in elementary or middle schools to make a positive impact on young people. Selected candidates will have the chance to engage with schools in Vancouver, Washington. This program is in partnership with the Cowlitz Tribal Foundation, Vancouver Public Schools and other local school districts.
What does the FTP Fellowship entail?
Fellowship Candidates will work in an elementary or middle school in Vancouver, WA. Fellows provide academic support and mentoring to students, which could include lunch buddies, playground activity support, small group and individual tutoring, and more. Additionally, Fellows will receive training to help them develop professional competency and explore potential pathways in education.
What is the duration of the FTP Fellowship?
Fellows will work for a total of 60 hhours for the length of their fellowship. Time in schools can be either a 4-week (15 hours/week) or a 10-week (6 hours/week) duration between February – June 2024 (fellowship length can be adjusted to accommodate different needs and schedules). Interested Candidates may also apply for our fall cohort which will start in September 2024.
Is this Fellowship paid?
Yes! Selected Fellows will receive $1000 upon completion of the program for working a total of 60 hours (approximately $16/hour).
How do I apply?
To apply, you must be a young adult between the ages of 18 – 28 years. Please note that undocumented youth are more than welcome to apply as long as they have a valid Washington or Oregon State ID.
Please apply using the link below. A resume is not required, but if you have it available, please email your resume to FTP@iurbanteen.org..