All About CofC Teaching Fellows
What Teaching Fellows can do for you and the campus!
Who are Teaching Fellows?
Teaching Fellows College of Charleston
Where can you find Teaching Fellows on campus!
Objective: To partner with Burke High School to create an after school tutoring lab. The goal of Greater Community is to reach out to fellow Charleston members to help with education, advocacy, and mentoring.
Our Community- Kaeli Weeks
Obejective: To promote forming connections between fellows through the Mentor/Mentee program and large group events.
Recruitment- Jen Celia
Objective: Our goals this semester include starting Low Country Mock Interviews and to become better recruiters by spreading the word of Teaching Fellows to as many high schoolers as possible
Professional Development- Mary Raycroft
Objective: To promote professionalism throughout Teaching Fellows!
Communications- Briley Prince
Objetive: To spread the word about Teaching Fellows at the College of Charleston.
And the Newest Committee is the Mororgo Children's Fund- Jessica Wilkinson
Objective: To increase community awareness of our committee and to meet or exceed our fundraising goal for the year.
Service and Advocacy
This year, CofC Teaching Fellows has also implemented a required Advocacy project. The goal of the Advocacy projects are to teach Fellows how to Advocate for their future students as well as their position as teachers in the community. This year, the Fellows have hosted a Debate through the founding of SCEA. For more information on SCEA and advocacy you may contact Michelle Johnson.
Why We Love Teaching Fellows
“All my friends are teaching fellows”- Anon.
“Teaching Fellows gives me so many service opportunities that enrich my college career. And reinforce why I want a teaching career” Jessica Willkinson
“Teaching Fellows, a close net group of students all driven to achieve the same goals; to become the best teachers we can be, make a difference in the education community, and inspire our students to become the best citizens and people they can be” Mary Raycroft
Congratulations Lauren Silver, Janice Garret, Emily Hoisington, and Morgan Jackson!
Lauren is a member of the Junior cohort and has served as the Recruitment chair last year and now she is serving as the Junior cohort representative!
Emily is a member of our Junior cohort and has served as the service coordinator between Teaching Fellows and Charleston Hope! She has also served as the Our Community chair for Teaching Fellows!