The Mundo Verde Fellowship
After six months in a strategic and supportive professional learning community, you'll be ready to take on the bilingual classroom and better serve language learners with:
foundational knowledge of bilingual instruction
a toolkit of best practices
a compendium of your practice and equity-rooted mindset in action
Think, talk, and take action like a bilingual teaching guru.
Optimize your learners' greatest potential.
Construct a digital portfolio showcasing your new skills.
Mentoring and Coaching
Hands-on & Inquiry-based Learning
TESOL & Dual-Language Principles
Differentiation for Language Learners
Dual Language and Special Education
Become the best teacher you can be!
Our applications window is now CLOSED. Please check back in May 2023.
In order to apply, complete the quick form on the side. We will reach out to let you know if you are selected for an interview. We can't wait to meet you!
Are new at serving language learners! The Fellowship is aimed at teachers, assistant teachers, and paraprofessionals.
are willing to dedicate some time. Fellows meet via zoom once each week from 5-7:30pm.
Have a GROWTH MINDSET! Fellows will constantly challenge themselves to learn and grow.
Frequently Asked Questions
When does this Fellowship kick off?
The third cohort of the Mundo Verde Fellowship started the first week of October, 2022. We are no longer accepting applications.
Do I have to be bilingual to be a part of this Fellowship?
Absolutely not! This opportunity is open to any educator who teaches in a bilingual school OR even serves language learners in a traditional monolingual English classroom.
I am a Mundo Verde educator. Can I apply?
Yes! This is a wonderful way for Mundo Verde paraprofessionals, fellows and new teachers (new to teaching in general or to teaching in a bilingual setting!) to learn the foundational knowledge of serving language learners.
I am not in the classroom yet. Can I apply?
Unfortunately, no. In order to meet the goals of the Mundo Verde Fellowship you need to hold some type of teaching position front facing students, in order to implement practices as you learn them.