Dallas ISD Residency Program
Dallas ISD aims to increase the presence of Black and Latino male educators into the classroom. For this, we are pleased to announce the implementation of cohorts for the Dallas ISD Black and Latino Male Residency Program. Human Capital Management, in partnership with School Leadership, Teaching and Learning, and Racial Equity Office, look forward to continue the Residency model designed to improve student outcomes. The Dallas ISD Teacher Residency Program will allow for our African-American and Hispanic students to have access to effective and diverse teachers that match their ethnic background, creating an education system that is equitable across our classrooms.
If you are Black or Latino male seeking to make a difference in the lives of students, we welcome you to join our team of diverse teachers, apply HERE for a paid internship and teacher training with alternative certification program fees waived. For more information, email Simeon Oston at SOSTON@DALLASISD.ORG.
The following criteria and qualifications are needed to be considered for screening:
- Bachelor's Degree in any field
- Grade Point Average of 2.5 or higher
- Highly committed with a passion to help scholars succeed
Are you ready to begin your journey with Dallas ISD as an Adjunct Teacher? Apply today to our Cohort application for the 2023-2024 school year!
If you have questions or would like to learn more, contact Dallas ISD Recruitment & Selection Coordinator II, Mr. Simeon Oston at SOSTON@DALLASISD.ORG or 972-925-2226.