Change Starts in Dallas / Fort Worth

Why Move Here

North Texas — home to more than seven million people — is our largest regional partner. Dallas/Fort Worth is the fastest-growing U.S. metro region, with opportunities to match. Whether you’re looking for fine arts, entertainment, professional and college sports or service opportunities, you’ll never run out of things to do.

Teaching Here

The call to serve in Dallas is urgent: Dallas has the third highest child poverty rate in the country and ensuring that public education improves alongside the region’s incredible economic growth is a priority for the whole community. Our residency model is key to improving opportunities for children in a market where education funding, teacher diversity and quality special education have been hot-button issues. As an Urban Teachers participant, you’ll be prepared to teach all of the children in your classroom, especially those with learning differences and whose primary language is not English.

The last deadline for this year is November 19, 2018.


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Living Here

As the most diverse and affordable region in Texas, there is something for everyone in DFW. The cities celebrate diversity and are home to vibrant communities of creative and passionate people. Dallas has one of the largest LGBTQ neighborhoods in the United States, a thriving music and restaurant scene, and fantastic parks, trails and hiking, like the Katy Trail through downtown Dallas. Fort Worth is home to one of the most renowned modern art collections in the state, incredible dining and a decidedly small-town friendliness.

 

Convenience

With all of this to offer, DFW still maintains a lower cost of living than other Texas cities. It’s no surprise that more millennials than ever are moving to North Texas after college looking for adventure and opportunity.

 

Urban Teachers DFW

In just two years, Urban Teachers DFW has grown to 156 residents and teachers working in classrooms in 62 schools across DFW. We came here to join a collaborative community of educators who are building a pipeline of talented teachers. We serve students in high-needs urban schools who deserve the expert instruction and passion of teachers who are committed to an impactful career in the classroom.