U.S. Foundation Fellowship to Sherborne

APPLICATION DUE February 13, 2019 for Visual Art and Science fellow. The headmaster of the Sherborne School, Dorset, Great Britain seeks a Princeton University graduate or graduate students to serve as US Foundation Fellow. The main duties are teaching, tutoring, help with coaching, directing, and supervising, and weekend duties. The exact nature of a Foundations Fellow’s commitment depends on the Fellow's skills and interests and will be negotiated on an individual basis. The terms begins on Friday, September 1, 2018. The year finishes at the end of June 2019. Candidates will apply through the Program in Teacher Preparation and will be interviewed via videoconference.  The salary is competitive and two return air fares for the year are included.  This year the School is looking for a specialist in one of the following areas: Mathematics and Art.

If you would like more information, please contact: Dr. Anne Jacobson, Princeton University Program in Teacher Preparation atj@princeton.edu

Applications should be made as soon as possible, by a handwritten letter and completed application form including names of two references.

Application deadline February 13, 2019; Materials should be delivered or emailed to Mona Villa-Sgobbo, Program in Teacher Preparation, 41 William Street, Princeton, NJ 08540, msgobbo@princeton.edu.

A short list of candidates will be chosen for  interviews to take place by videoconference beginning February 25, 2019. For detailed information about the fellowship, please read the attached pdf below.

U.S. Foundation Fellow to Sherborne description



Application Deadline:
Wednesday, February 13, 2019

The Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School, Nurturing Excellence

Fellowship for the 2019-20 Academic Year

Application Due extended to February 6th, 2019

Aske – Princeton International Fellowship: The Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School has established a partnership with Princeton University to provide one annual paid fellowship. The precise nature of the role will be shaped to fit the strengths and availability of the candidate appointed. As with all our intern/fellows, this is a supernumerary post. The fellow will assist with academic activities, and bring to our provision a motivating presence and the inspiration of the highest standards of scholarship.

If you have any questions regarding the fellowship, please contact Dr. Anna Jacobson at atj@princeton.edu or by telephone (609) 258-3336.  Applications are due February 6, 2019 and can be emailed to staffvacancies@habsboys.org.uk . Applications sent by email should be marked confidential and entitled ‘APPLICATION’ followed ‘Princeton University Fellow. Interviews will take place shortly after the application deadline.  If selected, the fellow is expected to report to the school in August and serve until the following summer.

For application and detailed information about the fellowship, please select the link below.

Application Deadline:
Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Prospect Archives Practitioner Fellowships

The Prospect School and Center for Education and Research Fund supports a fellowship initiative that is designed to encourage faculty, independent researchers, students, classroom teachers, principals, administrators, and other community members active in school affairs to benefit from the Prospect School and Center for Education and Research Archives.

The Practitioner Fellowship Program taps the riches of the Prospect Archives by engaging fellowship recipients over a week-long program in study of the Archive of Children’s Works using Prospect’s Descriptive Processes as the method of inquiry. The broad purpose of a fellowship is to introduce the Prospect Archives, to make the Prospect Archives accessible to a wide audience, and to demonstrate the value of the Prospect Archives for educators and the community. This includes calling to the attention of the public and the schools the resources available within the Archives and through their study. A further aim of the Practitioner Fellowship program is to support the establishment of leadership for “communities of inquiry” within recipients’ own settings by showing how the Descriptive Processes developed at Prospect help people to think more deeply about their practice and current issues in education.

Special Collections will appoint a mentor to guide Practitioner Fellows throughout the program. The mentor will be knowledgeable about the Prospect’s Archives, its history and the resources it provides, and experienced with the Descriptive Processes, in particular, the Description of Children’s Works.

Recipients of the Practitioner Fellowship are expected to spend five and a half days of study at the University of Vermont Libraries' Special Collections. The 2017 Fellowship will take place from July 10-15. July 15 is a Saturday and is planned as a half-day where fellows are expected to create and present a detailed follow-up plan for implementing what they have learned in their own classrooms, schools, colleges, or other settings. Plans might include, but are not limited to: starting an archive of children’s works; launching an inquiry community using Prospect’s Descriptive Processes as a method of study; provisioning for materials and activities intended to expand children’s or older students’ opportunities for exploring their own interests; documenting children’s and older students’ activities and curriculum; implementing nonjudgmental observing, describing and record-keeping practices developed at Prospect School. The mentor will maintain supportive contact with recipients primarily via email and phone calls as they implement their follow-up plans.

Approximately three fellowships are to be awarded each year to school or college based practitioners such as classroom teachers (pre-k to high school) as well as counselors, principals and other administrators; school board members; parents active in school affairs; and teacher educators. The fellowship will be an award of $2,000.

"Participation in the Prospect Fellowship permanently connected me with a piece of Vermont's educational history and an endless collection of resources and inspiration (which in my case, was hiding right next door). My time with other fellows and the collection validated my perspective while offering me a new way of seeing and talking about children and their work."

--Amanda Ferguson, UVM Campus Children's School--2012 Fellow

"Having the opportunity to do research in the Prospect Archives at UVM allowed me to examine media that I did not even consider in the realm of possibility before for the descriptive processes.  The amount of material there is truly awe-inspiring, and there is definitely something of interest for everyone!"

--Joe Alberti, Grade 4 teacher, Powel School, Philadelphia--2015 Fellow

Details on how to apply for these fellowships are available at


The deadline for applications is February 15, 2017. Recipients will be notified by April 1, 2017.

Further information about the Prospect School and Center for Education and Research, as well an online collection of images and documents selected from the Prospect Archive of Children's work can be found at


Questions about the fellowship programs should be sent to Chris Burns at Chris.Burns@uvm.ed

Application Deadline:
Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Annenberg Fellowship to Eton College

The headmaster of Eton College, Windsor, Berkshire, Great Britain seeks a Princeton University graduate or graduate student to serve as an American "ambassador” to Eton, representing the U.S. in a variety of activities at the all-boys secondary boarding school. The Fellow will have some teaching duties in his/her area of concentration and in American Literature, history, or current affairs. The Fellow will also lead a small tutorial and coach (preferably crew and/or another sport) and may become involved in other activities such as play-production. The school year runs from September 1 through June 30 with ample time for travel at Christmas and Easter. Candidates will apply and be interviewed on the Princeton University campus; the fellowship is administered through the Program in Teacher Preparation. The Fellow will receive a stipend of not less than £20,106 pounds sterling, free accommodations, and one return fare.  Applicants will be required to submit a one-page resume, an official transcript, three letters of recommendation, including one from a coach or extra-curricular advisor, and a personal statement on "Why I want to be the Annenberg Fellow.” Applications are due by March 21st, 2016. 
For more information, please contact either Mona Villa-Sgobbo (msgobbo@princeton.edu) 41 William Street. 
Not available 2018-19
Application Deadline:

Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship (ETA)

An English Teaching Assistantship (ETA) places recent graduates in a classroom abroad for one year to provide assistance to teachers of English to non-native English-speakers.  English Teaching Assistants help teach English language while serving as cultural ambassadors for the U.S..  The age and academic level of classroom students varies by country, ranging from kindergarten to university level.  Applicants for English Teaching Assistantships can apply to only one country; grantees are awarded full support for the year, including round trip travel, room, board, incidental costs, and health benefits. Consult this table for details on specific country requirements and numbers of awards.  

Late August 2017 is the campus deadline and mid-October 2017 (check back) for the Fulbright ETA deadline.

Application Deadline:
Tuesday, October 31, 2017