Apply to the “Teacher-Ranger-Teacher” Program at the Stonewall National Monument in Manhattan

Open to: All teachers.

Opportunity at a Glance: In the Teacher-Ranger-Teacher program, provided by the National Park Service (NPS) and the University of Colorado Denver (CUD), you will work with an NPS unit at the Stonewall National Monument to develop a major educational project and earn graduate credit online from CUD. Stonewall National Monument was created to commemorate the Stonewall Riots that helped usher in the modern LGBTQ+ civil rights movement. You will be trained to incorporate new skills in experiential learning into classroom activities.  There is no cost to attend and a $3,000 stipend is available upon timely completion of all requirements.

Key dates: July-August (4-6 weeks depending on start date).

Location: 26 Wall Street, New York, 10005.

Application deadline: Wednesday June 28, 2017, 12:00 p.m.

Take action: For full announcement and application information, email District Ranger Liam Strain.

For more information: Contact District Ranger Liam Strain.