“Community is at the heart of all Catholic education, not simply as a concept to be taught, but as a reality to be lived.”
-Pope Saint John Paul II
Fellows receive ongoing holistic formation & support in the following ways:
There’s no need to close the door on having good Catholic friends post-college. Develop relationships with other Fellows, so that spontaneous dinner parties and book discussions over wine become a regular end-of-the-workday occurrence.
Take a deep dive into the Great Catholic Intellectual Tradition, learn the practical skills necessary for teaching, grow in your philosophical understanding of Classical education, experience personal and spiritual transformation, and be armed to recover an authentic Liberal Arts education in Boston’s Catholic schools.
Participate in organized social activities, including: weekly gatherings, community hikes, Theology on Tap, formal school dinners, a weekend Fall retreat, and a Spring pilgrimage.
Each Fellow is assigned a master teacher in the true arts of an authentic Catholic education to guide and accompany you through every challenge.
All Fellows are started at a full salary plus the benefits of a starting teacher, with career advancement opportunities.
The 100 schools in the Archdiocese are united in teaching our children the Faith and in our efforts to provide our students with the best possible academic programs. We believe that a Catholic education begins a journey not just to college, but toward heaven. As one of the oldest private Catholic school systems in the nation, serving 31,000 students, we are committed to developing wise and virtuous students, foremost by developing wise, virtuous, and skilled faculty. Teaching in one of the Archdiocese of Boston’s Catholic Schools is a rewarding experience for someone with a missionary heart and a commitment to authentic Catholic education.
If you feel drawn to this post-graduate fellowship, we would love to hear from you!
Please reach out to Austin Satrio with questions.