Teach Constitutional Law to High School Students: Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project Applications Available
Applications are now available to become a Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project Fellow for Fall of 2017. This is an exciting opportunity to get out of the law school classroom and into the high school classroom. Previous Fellows report it is an incredibly fun and fulfilling experience where they learn skills relevant to lawyering.
The Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project is a program that places law students in Saint Paul Public Schools high school classrooms to teach Constitutional Law. Fellows attend mandatory training in August at MHSL where they learn about the relevant constitutional law, lesson planning, classroom management skills, and other valuable transferable skills necessary to be successful in the program. Fellows teach one high school class period every day (or every other day depending on the high school schedule) for approximately 9 weeks beginning in early September. The course also has a weekly seminar component for law students at MHSL.
To learn more, attend an information session with previous Fellows:
The application, resume, and transcript are due via email to Jennifer.Miller@mitchellhamline.edu by Thursday March 23rd by 11:59 p.m.
For more information and the application please visit:
Interviews will occur April 3rd-11th. Offers will be made before spring registration.
If you have additional questions, please contact the seminar professor, Natalie Netzel, at Natalie.Netzel@mitchellhamline.edu