The Chesapeake Watershed Semester, operated by the Gunston School, is accepting applications for teachers and interns for the 2018-2019 school year. Open positions listed below:
Environmental Humanities Teacher
ENVIRONMENTAL HUMANITIES: GOVERNMENT/ENGLISH TEACHER POSITION:
We seek a dynamic, energetic, and student-centered lead teacher to help launch the new Chesapeake Watershed Semester. The primary responsibilities of the position include teaching two courses, American Government Seminar and Literature of the Land and Water during the fall “experiential” semester, and environmental humanities electives for The Gunston School during the spring semester. We seek candidates who can utilize an array of experiential and student-centered instructional strategies that promote both rigorous intellectual thinking and meaningful engagement. As one of two lead teachers for the fall program, we seek individuals with strong organizational management skills, willingness to tackle projects large and small, creativity, flexibility, and a passion for both the environment and the humanities.