Haileybury Fellowship


For the past several years, a small number of Princeton seniors have served as Teaching Fellows at the Haileybury School located north of London. Both they, and the schools, have had great experiences.

Most Fellows serve at the school for one or two years before beginning further postgraduate degrees or embarking on a career. There is no expectation that fellows would pursue a teaching career, though some do. You would receive orientation and mentoring, live and dine on campus, and also work closely with the pupils on extracurricular activities, such as college preparation, athletics, theatre, or other pursuits.  

March 3, 2023:  Deadline for Haileybury Teaching Fellow application materials (see attached description for details)

Application Materials:

Cover Letter/Letter of Interest (1-2 single-spaced pages)

Resume (1-2 pages)

Princeton official (Electronic) Transcript, ordered through the Registrar’s office.

Send these materials as an email attachment (subject line: Haileybury Application) to Dr. Deirdre Moloney ([email protected]), who will then forward them to Mr. Stephen Campbell at Haileybury.  Invitations to Zoom interviews will go out in March.  They are seeking a Fellow who can teach geography, geo-politics, geography or other social sciences (Note: You need not be majoring in those fields, including geography, since we have emphasized that Princeton doesn’t offer a geography major).  If you have questions after reviewing the materials, please contact Mr. Campbell ([email protected])

Application Deadline: March 3, 2023

Eton College

Annenberg Fellowship to Eton College

The Annenberg Fellowship, established through the generosity of Walter Annenberg, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and a distinguished US Ambassador to the Court of St. James’s, enables a recent graduate to spend one academic year at Eton College on a Student Teaching Fellowship. The successful applicant will normally be taking a year out before entering graduate school or starting a career. The program has been running for 35 years and the current Annenberg Fellow is from Princeton University. Eton College seeks to again select its next Fellow from Princeton University for its 2022-23 academic year. Eton currently employs a number of American citizens on the staff, in addition to the American boys enrolled in the School, which ensures that there is a small but resilient expatriate community.

Application and Recruitment Process

Please email Dr. Todd Kent for for more information about the fellowship and application details.

Application Deadline: March 19, 2023