Apply to Duke TeachHouse
The Duke TeachHouse is a living and learning community for graduates of Duke’s teacher preparation programs: Elementary, Secondary, and Master of Arts in Teaching Programs. The application process is competitive and highly selective. There are a total of seven two-year Duke TeachHouse fellowships each year – with three to four fellows completing their fellowships and three to four new fellowships awarded.
Expectations of Duke TeachHouse Fellows
- To be classroom leaders and contribute meaningfully to improving the school’s teaching and learning environment by collaborating with faculty and administrators to identify, design, and launch an innovative solution to a pressing challenge in the school.
- To positively contribute to creating a collaborative and supportive living-learning community with other fellows.
- To participate in all fellowship activities including a leadership retreat, community dinners, monthly peer leadership group meetings, and sponsored events.
- To present on progress throughout the fellowship for critical feedback including a final “demo day” to share both personal and professional growth to the larger community.
Complete the Online (Google Docs) Application.
For any questions, please contact Jan Riggsbee at firstname.lastname@example.org or (919) 660-3077.