Residency year (year 1):
- Incentive and Tuition Reimbursement package: Receive incentives and tuition reimbursement through key federal- and district- based sources including, but not limited to:
- Stipend: residents receive a training stipend of $10,000* and this is considered a part of the incentive and tuition reimbursement structure. This stipend is disbursed in 10 monthly payments (August through May).
- TEACH Grant ($3,000*)
- AmeriCorps service ($2500*)
- DU tuition: Residents are responsible for paying tuition for their Master’s degree at the University of Denver. Incentives for Residents include a Dean’s scholarship and two courses at no-cost.
Once hired in a DPS Title I school (years 2-5):
- Competitive Salary: As a full-time teacher of record in Denver Public Schools, you earn a competitive salary as defined by ProComp, the district’s groundbreaking pay-for-results salary structure ($42,500* starting salary with the potential to earn up to an additional $6,560* in bonuses for achieving student learning objectives, serving in a hard-to-staff position and/or a hard-to-serve school).
- Incentive and Tuition Reimbursement package: Receive tuition reimbursement through key federal- and district-based sources, may include, but not limited to:
- ProComp payment for tuition/student loans ($4,000*)
- Additional district-based sources
- Health Care: You will have access to health-care benefits through the University of Denver’s Morgridge College of Education.
*exact figures are subject to change
Information Sessions for the 2015-2016 year
October 7, 2015 approximate time 5:30 pm.
Additional dates to follow.
Denver Teacher Residency