Teaching Fellow Alumni
Alumni Impact at a Glance
Breakthrough’s national office administered the Teaching Fellow Alumni Survey between December 2016 and February 2017 to document the trajectories of program participants from the summer cohort years of 2009 through 2016. Surveys were sent to over 5,100 teaching fellow alumni from across the Collaborative and yielded a 19% response rate. Initial data is compiled in this report. A more comprehensive assessment of the data will be released in the fall.
of teaching fellow alumni said that Breakthrough prepared them with the skills that made them more prepared for the teaching profession
of teaching fellow alumni have gone to teach
Access our teaching fellow alumni portal. This is your space to reconnect with fellow alumni, search for professional opportunities, review teaching materials and resources, and more.
Each year, Breakthrough ambassadors play an instrumental role in inspiring the next generation of Breakthrough teaching fellows. Ambassadors join an incredible network of teaching fellow alumni on campuses across the nation committed to building a movement of undergraduates who are passionate about educational equity. The stories they tell, the work they do, and the connections they make on their campuses directly impact the lives of thousands of Breakthrough students each summer.
Ambassadors build on what they learned in the classroom and will continue to develop and refine critical skills in leadership, communication, relationship building, and strategic thinking.
To be eligible to apply, applicants must be a Breakthrough teaching fellow alumna/us and currently enrolled in an undergraduate program. Applicants from all campuses, majors, years, and affiliate sites are encouraged to apply.
The brief online application includes:
Contact and academic information
Upload of current resume
Response to one short answer question
The deadline to apply is Sunday, August 20 at 11:59 PM PST.
For more information on this leadership opportunity and to review a full position description, click here.