Teaching Position in History at IMSA

The Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy is searching for a new History teacher to teach American and World History to its students.

The Academy is a state-supported high school that focuses on preparing talented students for university studies in the sciences.

Graduate students in History at Northern Illinois University may be particularly interested in this job position, which would be ideal for a graduating MA student, recent MA, or PhD candidate in History.

The IMSA position description reads:

“The History Department at the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy is seeking a History Teacher to teach university level surveys and seminars in American History to talented high school students. The selected candidate will be responsible for curriculum delivery as well as ongoing development and revision of existing classes. Candidates for the position should have at least a Master’s Degree in History or a related field (PhD preferred). Specializations in History of any STEM-related topic preferred. The successful candidate must be able to teach courses in American History and potentially World in the 20th Century.”

“The internationally recognized Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy (IMSA) develops creative, ethical leaders in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. As a teaching and learning laboratory created by the State of Illinois, IMSA enrolls academically talented Illinois students (grades 10–12) in its advanced, residential college preparatory program. It also serves thousands of educators and students in Illinois and beyond through innovative instructional programs that foster imagination and inquiry.”

The full job ad is available on H-Net.

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