A complete application consists of three parts:
- The completed webform below
- Attached resume detailing your educational qualifications and professional experience (1-2 pages only)
- Short essay explaining your biggest challenge in teaching the subject of immigration, especially in a polarized political climate. Please elaborate how you hope the institute will enhance your ability to teach immigration in your classroom. This essay should be no more than two (2) pages, double spaced. Please upload your Resume and Essay response as PDFs.
All items are to be submitted via the webform available below by Friday, March 3, 2023. You will see a confirmation screen that the webform has been received, though you will not receive a separate confirmation email. If you cannot apply online, please contact us at email@example.com to discuss alternate ways of submitting your application.
Please see the eligibility requirements before applying. A selection committee composed of the Project Director and three others, one of whom is a K12 teacher, will evaluate all completed applications and select a group of 30 Summer Scholars, along with a list of alternates. All applicants will be notified of acceptance, waitlist, or non-acceptance status on Monday, April 3, 2023. Selected applicants will then have until Friday, April 14, 2023 to accept or decline the offer.