Baltimore City Public Schools (MD)

About Baltimore City Public Schools (MD)

Baltimore City Public Schools (City Schools) is the only urban district in Maryland, and is among the country's largest urban school districts with over 79,000 students and 168 schools and programs.

City Schools' portfolio includes schools with distinct academic focuses, all-boys and all-girls schools, charter schools - a range of options to meet the needs of every student and the professional interests of every teacher.

City Schools has developed a five-year strategic plan that we call Blueprint for Success, turning our focus to three key areas to help our students reach their goals: Student Wholeness, Literacy, and Staff Leadership.

This is an exciting time to become a teacher with City Schools. With the implementation of the Blueprint, we’re bringing new life to our curricula and we are giving our teachers new opportunities to grow within their classrooms, schools, and the district. Our teachers are the backbone of our district; we invest in you so you can invest in our students and our city.

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IT Intern

July 2021 - August 2021 Baltimore, MD
“This position gave great experience working for a government organization, and also interacting with new people everyday to resolve IT issues within the district. It also gave me experience being in constant communication with my team, which worked excellent this summer, to resolve issues.”

K-12 Administration Intern

May 2020 - August 2020 Baltimore, MD
“This summer I served as a K-8 school administrator intern at Henderson-Hopkins. My core responsibility was to aid the school administration, leadership, and school reopening workgroup in developing a school reopening and academic recovery plan for the 2020-21 school year in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. I split my time researching and offering insight to global school reopening efforts and best practices between the reopening workgroup's 3 sub-committees: Teaching and Learning, Technology and Operations, and Health and Safety. The research amassed from global practice and help from the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and Medicine allowed me the opportunity to work on some other other projects within these sub-committees. For Teaching and Learning, I teamed up with school administrators and teachers to observe and evaluate various online learning platforms to decide which would be most helpful in academic recovery. For Technology and Operations, I used the current advice from the CDC and a blueprint of the school's campus to decide how many students could fit within each classroom with adequate distancing. And for Health and Safety, I introduced and shared Davidson's own weight room entrance and screening procedures with the school, which would then be applied to their recess and school entrance policy. Outside of my day-to-day assignments, I had the pleasure of observing and shadowing Mr. Merrill in his duties and meetings as an Assistant Principal in a variety of settings and contexts such as non-profit engagement, resource allocation, and professional development. These meetings gave me the opportunity to see what it is like to be a school administrator in a truly athletic setting and the skills, mannerisms, and deliberative skills that I will forever hold on to. ”
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