“The purpose of education is not to fill a bucket but to light a fire.”
William Butler Yeats

 

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Paraclete Academy teachers are a unique group of individuals. They are dedicated to making a difference to the children of the South Boston community while looking for an opportunity to acquire expertise in the fields of education and community service. They are community leaders, inspiring leadership in the students they teach.

Experienced educators provide weekly coaching helping Paraclete teachers  hone their educational knowledge, while daily interaction with the Paraclete students provides practical experience and know how. The Paraclete  activities in Rwanda broaden and enrich their world view.

They provide invaluable educational enrichment to the students of this low-income community, while acquiring skills and experience that set them apart from their peers. The work is demanding but worthwhile. Many Paraclete teacher alumni go on to prestigious graduate schools. All describe it as a wonderful experience and pivotal to their current success. Read some of their experiences here testimonials (http://paraclete NULL.webalchemist NULL.com/testimonials/).


Benefits for our Paraclete Teacher Corps include:

  • •Americorps Education Grant of $5,500 (Learn more about Americorp Grant (http://ndmva NULL.org/Service_Sites/Direct_Service/Massachusetts NULL.htm))
  • •Room and board in the historic Paraclete building, a former convent
  • •Monthly stipend
  • •Medical insurance
  • •Parking
  • •Internet access
  • •Five weeks of vacation per year

If you are interested in lighting some fires in young deserving students, while expanding your own horizons send a resume and cover letter today! (slucero null@null paraclete NULL.org?Subject=Hello%20again)