St. Paul’s School is known for its illustrious alumni, as well as for its 2,000 wooded acres and top-flight facilities. Established in 1856 by Dr. George Cheyne Shattuck Jr., the school started with just three pupils educated in the doctor’s home. Since then, it has grown to house 500 students and 100 faculty members. St. Paul’s is a religious school affiliated with the Episcopal Church but accepts students from all faiths and backgrounds and supports their beliefs.
St. Paul’s has two distinct internship opportunities: the summer internship and the academic-year teaching fellowship. Interns teach and tutor students in St. Paul’s advanced studies program, which offers college-level courses to academically talented juniors from N.H. high schools. Interns also supervise recreational activities and dorms, enjoy the use of libraries and athletic facilities and have access to mentors. Teaching fellows are apprentice teachers: throughout their fall term, they watch classes taught by their mentors in different subjects and styles. Fellows are ready to teach on their own during the winter term. They also coach student teams, supervise study hall and students in a house, preside over a table in the school’s dining hall and attend weekly faculty meetings. After the program is complete, fellows may apply for full-time faculty positions at St. Paul’s.
Summer interns: open to college juniors and seniors with a good academic record. Teaching fellows: open to college graduates. The program favors applicants who have already had a teaching internship, and who have maintained a good academic record.
Michael Ricard, Director, Apprentice Teaching
St. Paul's School
St. Paul?s School
325 Pleasant Street
Concord, NH 03301-2591
Phone: (603) 229-4777
Number of Interns: 21 to 50
Academic Level: College Juniors, College Seniors, Recent College Graduates