The Robert H. Jackson Center is looking for qualified teachers interested in a weeklong fellowship program to design lesson plans or outreach projects about the Supreme Court justice and chief U.S. prosecutor at Nuremberg.
The program will run Aug. 12 to 16 at the center in Jamestown.
Using lectures, the Jackson Center Archives and other media, teachers will create meaningful and engaging lessons through the relevance of Jackson’s body of work. The goal is to inspire children to discuss and reflect on the universal principles of equality, fairness and justice that were apparent in the life and achievements of Jackson.
Interested certified elementary or secondary level educators teaching in Western New York or Northwest Pennsylvania with at least three years of classroom experience and who are scheduled to teach during the 2019-20 school year are invited to apply to the Teacher Fellow Program.
Instructions on how to apply can be found at roberthjackson.org/teacher-fellows/ or by calling 716-483-6646. Applications will be accepted until May 1.