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Phillips Exeter Academy

Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH

Phillips Exeter Academy (PEA) is seeking instructors for the 2012-2013 school year:

- Full-time teaching opportunities in: Math, Chemistry, Computer Science, and Mandarin Chinese

- One- year administrative and teaching internships in: Latin, Math, Theater, Astronomy, Physical Education, and Athletic Training

- Fellowships for diverse candidates

PEA has a tradition of academic excellence, and a long history of educating young people to be informed citizens of world, with a student centered pedagogy known as Harkness teaching. Exeter is committed to recruiting historically under-represented students and faculty, and aims to be a community that reflects diversity and ensures equity for all of its members. Students are represented from 45 states and 34 foreign countries. 44% are students of color from the U.S., and 47% of students receive financial aid. PEA is a co-educational, independent boarding school in Exeter, New Hampshire, located one hour north of Boston. For complete position descriptions please visit our website at www.exeter.edu. EOE.
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