1. Educational inequality is one of the greatest human and civil rights issues in America today.
2. That God — the creator of heaven and earth — cares deeply about the spiritual and physical needs of all people; therefore, he calls his people to go into all the world to offer love and seek justice for all.
3. That teaching children is among the most important jobs and most noble professions one can enter into for the good of others.
Over the last 14 years, MTR has trained and supported over 1,000 potential teachers through the following three programs. Join us!
Seniors & College Graduates (any major):
Apply for the Teacher Residency (memphistr.org/residency) -- MTR trains prospective teachers in a year-long residency model through graduate courses, classroom internship, and personalized coaching. Applications open September 1.
Sophomores & Juniors
MTR offers two paid month-long summer fellowships for college sophomores and juniors from across the country who want to invest in the lives of students while gaining hands-on experience in education at our summer camps. Applications open October 3.
MTR Camp Literacy Fellowship (memphistr.org/literacyfellowship) -- Open to all majors
Marjorie Lee Browne STEM Education Fellowship (memphistr.org/stemfellowship) -- students of color who are majoring or minoring in STEM