Our 2019 Application Will Be Available on november 1.
Please be in touch with any questions.
What our teachers do:
Design a 4-week course on whatever subject you choose
Lead your course in a small discussion seminar in June 2019
Work with a traditionally underserved group of students in rural Mississippi or Arkansas
Develop as a teacher through this experience, our coaching, and collaboration with other teachers
Enjoy a Delta summer for a month in rural Mississippi or Arkansas
Earn a stipend to cover living expenses for your work
November 1, 2018
Teacher Application Available
Feb. 1, 2018
Nov.-Feb.: Rolling Basis
Candidates invited to submit course proposals.
Feb. 23, 2018
Course Proposals Due
April 1, 2018
Notification of Acceptance & Find out where you're teaching!
Our commitment to diversity in recruiting and selecting applicants:
We are committed to bringing doctoral candidates of different races, ethnicities, economic backgrounds, physical abilities, genders, sexual orientations, political and religious beliefs, universities, and academic disciplines to teach our students. Part of the argument that we’re making to students is that the most rigorous college classrooms are places where they can thrive and succeed. We make that argument when our teachers hold students to the intellectual expectations of the college classrooms at the research universities where they teach and study. When our teachers share the racial or economic background of our students, that argument is made even stronger. Therefore, we place an additional focus on recruiting doctoral candidates of color and from low-income backgrounds.
How to Apply
1. submit an application
Statement of Teaching Philosophy
Optional: Attend an Info Session
On your campus or online!
ON A ROLLING BASIS:
Invitation to Submit a Course Proposal: We'll respond within three weeks of submitting your application with an invitation to submit a course proposal.
Optional: Get Course Feedback // Attend an online course proposal workshop! Receive direct feedback from us on your course!
2. SUBMIT A course proposal
Vision for your course
Vision for final project
One interview with a Freedom Summer Collegiate staff member
One interview with a staff member at one of our partner programs
IMPORTANT Summer Program DATES
May 28 - May 30 : Orientation Conference in Jackson, MS
May 31 : Site Orientation
June 3 - July 3: Teaching Program
Have questions about our program? Please see Answers to Frequently Asked Questions.
Want more information? Fill out the form below so we can contact you:
All of the courses that our Fellows design and teach will be available for free to download here! If you're applying to be a Fellow, use the "Course Templates" to design your course.