The Hollyhock Humanities Fellowship for Teachers
The Hollyhock Humanities Fellowship supports experienced high school history/social studies teachers to feed their intellectual souls and to develop greater expertise in teaching history content, build community with teachers from across the city, connect with leading cultural institutions and examine issues of equity as a leading teacher. Hollyhock Humanities Fellows attend our Summer Seminar for two weeks, July 17-21 and July 24-28, 2023 engaging in exciting, high quality, professional development at the Relay Graduate School of Education campus in lower Manhattan. They also attend four Saturday intersessions on October 14, December 9, February 10 and May 18 2023-24. Video-based, instructional coaching during the school year supports and extends the learning experience. As part of a networked professional community, fellows meet online across the year with their instructional coaches and other fellows to develop their practice and share resources.
Further details about the program are available at our webpage. Please review it for details before applying. The Hollyhock Humanities Fellowship program invites experienced high school history teachers (with 3- or more years of teaching experience in grades 9-12) who teach history/social Studies to apply. Teachers must teach in schools (district, charter, or private) that serve a low-income student population (at least 50% free and reduced lunch). Fellows receive a $2,000 stipend for their participation over the school year, and CTLE continuing education credits.
If you have questions about any part of this application while completing it, please email email@example.com with Hollyhock in the email title or read more about the program on our website.