Faculty Interns

Our Summer Program attracts talented and enthusiastic aspiring educators for an authentic boarding school faculty experience. This internship provides professional development under the mentorship of our Intern Coordinator along with the opportunity to gain experience across the spectrum of roles that boarding school faculty maintain throughout an academic year. The Summer Program administration also maintains a career-long network of Summer Program faculty and interns, past and present, with whom participants can exchange ideas and raise awareness about opportunities at their respective schools.


The intern roles include: 

  • teaching assistants in two classes;
  • live in a dormitory to provide supervision and facilitate residential life programming;
  • serve as an advisor and mentor to a small group of students;
  • coach afternoon recreational sports/activities;
  • supervise evening study hall; and
  • chaperone excursions.
Best job I've ever had! Meeting the kids, making connections, gaining credible experience, and being a part of this learning community made it so special.

Cam Segal
Connecticut College '20

Application Process

We seek a diverse cohort of aspiring educators who demonstrate foresight, gregariousness, industriousness, passion for learning, and curiosity about teaching. We prefer that the applicant be a current college junior, senior, or graduate student.

To apply for the position, prospective interns must submit:

  • the faculty intern application form; 
  • two letters of reference, one of which must be from an official (professor, administrator, or coach) from their college; 
  • a cover letter; 
  • a résumé; and
  • an official transcript.

All employees of the school must undergo a pre-employment background check. A member of our Human Resources team will contact prospective interns who have been offered the position to walk them through the process. The Faculty Intern position will include a competitive salary, dormitory housing, and meals in the school’s dining hall.

To inquire about the position, interested applicants can email Jim O'Donnell, Director of Auxiliary & Summer Programs.


My two summers as an intern with LCSP were incredibly impactful. In addition to forming long-lasting friendships with incredible colleagues, I learned so much about who I want to be as an educator. In all of my courses, my mentor teachers allowed for hands-on learning and unparalleled classroom community-building. I went on to use lesson plans that I designed collaboratively with my co-teachers in my own classroom post-grad. LCSP also provides an authentic boarding school teaching and dorm life experience. I grew to love the boarding model so much that after being an intern at LCSP, I moved to Taipei on a Fulbright grant to be an English teacher at a Taiwanese boarding school. 

Shae Cavanaugh