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Relay Residency Program

The Teaching Residency is a two-year program where educators have the opportunity to participate in a year-long apprenticeship under the guidance and direction of a mentor teacher before transitioning into a lead teaching position in the second year of the program. This program is designed for individuals who want to enter the teaching profession, and are looking for the support, training, and feedback required in becoming a highly effective teacher. Our residents join a selective cohort of diverse and talented future teachers committed to educational justice.

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Tuition

Noble provided Tuition assistance
for both years enrolled in Relay
Graduate School of Education

Benefits

Noble provided Tuition assistance
for both years enrolled in Relay
Graduate School of Education

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Noble provided Tuition assistance
for both years enrolled in Relay
Graduate School of Education

Here’s What Past Relay Residents Had To Say…

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Maria Figueroa

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Maria Figueroa

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Maria Figueroa

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What’s The Process Look Like?

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  • Submit Application
  • Submit an official copy of a transcript
  • Phone interview
  • Video Interview
  • Final interview
  • Reference Check
  • Offer
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  • Residents at Noble typically fill a teacher’s assistant (TA) or paraprofessional role, and their responsibilities include providing one-on-one support to students, providing direct instruction to small groups of students, co-teaching, and filling in as substitute teachers.
  • Over the course of the program, you will build your teaching skills with guidance from your Relay professors and a designated
    mentor at your school. Throughout your first year as a teaching resident, you’ll gradually gain responsibility by leading small
    groups of students through lessons until you are ready to instruct a whole class.
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