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8/4/2019
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Hartford Public Schools Intern (Paid)
Hartford Public Schools | Hartford, Connecticut
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Job Description

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Hartford Public Schools Intern (Paid)

REQUIREMENTS:

This application is to be used for pre-established internship opportunities. Applicants must already be in communication with a school leader or a department head and be using this application as tool to formally apply for the internship opportunity that has already been discussed and agreed upon. This posting is not for candidates looking to be considered for future potential internship opportunites.

SALARY:

Pay will be commensurate with experience, educational level and on a case by case basis.

An Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer, M/F/V/D

About Hartford Public Schools

The Hartford Inter-district Magnet Schools are a series of 12 regional schools that have been established by the Hartford Public Schools and made available to students throughout the 33 town Greater Hartford region. Each school has a core program that meets the highest state and national standards for curriculum, instruction, and student achievement. Additionally, each magnet school has its own specialized curriculum "theme" or approach to teaching. The unique characteristics of each school are intended to attract parents and students who find these features responsive to their needs and interests. The goal is to have at least 30 percent of the students from suburban school districts, with the remaining students coming from Hartford. There is no tuition or transportation cost to parents or the sending school districts. Last year, approximately 3,000 students applied to the magnet schools, including 1,018 from the suburbs. All available suburban seats were filled by a lottery process. Operation of the Hartford magnet schools is supported by a three-year, $8.6 million federal grant. In addition, the state of Connecticut is funding 95% to 100% of the cost of renovating or constructing Hartford's magnet schools.

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