Anatolia College in Thessaloniki, Greece is offering fellowship opportunities to students graduating in May 2015. Anatolia College has been hosting recent US college grads for one-year academic fellowships. The program focuses on those students interested in applying their liberal arts, human and international relations skills in an educational setting.
Anatolia is a private educational institution with 3 subdivisions: Anatolia Elementary, Anatolia High School, and the American College of Thessaloniki (a four-year NEASC-accredited university-level division with undergraduate and graduate studies).
Fellows will engage in activities ranging from teaching English and leading student clubs to auditing undergraduate and graduate courses.
All fellows are provided full room and board plus 1000 Euros for one round trip to/from Greece and a monthly stipend of 400 Euros (approximately 500 USD).
Types of Fellowships Offered
The Fellow’s primary appointment is working as a teaching assistant in the Anatolia College Art Department. The fellow will assist faculty during elementary, middle school and high school art classes, with guidance from the Art Department faculty. The fellow will also work with individual students on portfolios, personal, statements, etc. for their university applications. Additionally, the fellow will advise one of the extra-curricular school clubs.
College Counseling Fellow
The Fellow’s primary appointment is to assist the college counselors in the US College Counseling Office. The responsibilities of the fellow will include working with students in the college application process (working with students to enhance their profiles for US colleges, to understand the US educational system and application process, and to express themselves in writing), as well as assisting in the organization of other special programs run through the office.
Elementary English Fellow
This Fellow’s primary appointment is to assist the English teachers in the Anatolia College Elementary School. The fellow will assist with English lessons, taught within an interactive, communicative framework. With the supervising teacher(s), the fellow plans storytelling, games, read-aloud activities, and other creative projects that keep the children engaged, while fostering their English-speaking and English-literacy development.
Middle/High School English Fellow
The Fellow’s primary appointment is to the English Department (7th-12th grades) of Anatolia College. The responsibilities of the fellow will include assisting teachers in the classroom, creating and executing lessons, working with students after school, and pursuing educational research projects. Additionally, the fellow will advise one of the extra-curricular school clubs.
Resident Assistant/Admin Fellow
The Fellow’s primary appointment is as a Resident Assistant in Anatolia College Boarding Department. The fellow is responsible for the supervision of students and duty hours in the Boarding Department Office. The fellow is required to be on duty in the evenings and on weekends. The fellow will also advise one of the extra-curricular school clubs.
Additionally, the fellow will work 5 hours per week in the President or Vice President’s office on various projects/administrative tasks, including research, grant writing, etc.
Student Services Fellow
The Fellow’s primary appointment is to assist the staff in the Student Services Office with various daily administrative tasks. Other responsibilities include assisting in the organization of extra-curricular activities (theater productions, athletic tournaments, Forensics, etc.) and helping club advisors. The fellow will also work closely with the advisors of English-speaking clubs (newspapers, magazines, musicals, Forensics, MUN, etc.).
School Counseling Fellow
The Fellow’s primary appointment is to assist the psychologists in the Office of Psychological Services. The responsibilities of the fellow will include facilitating workshops on time management, study skills, etc. for high school students, as well as meet with individual students as necessary. The fellow will also provide academic support to special education students, as well as work with teachers regarding students’ accommodations. Additionally, the fellow will assist with various administrative tasks. The fellow will also advise or co-advise one extra-curricular school club.
Service Learning Fellow
The Fellow’s primary appointment is to assist the Student Development Center Offices to implement, track, and evaluate the various service learning opportunities offered to students on and off campus. The fellow will also assist in teaching a service learning course to all high school students involved in a service project. Additionally, the fellow will assist the Director of US College Counseling to find internship/mentorship opportunities, as well as new summer program opportunities for students. The fellow will also advise or co-advise one extra-curricular school club.
How to Apply:
To apply, you must first attend a mandatory informational webinar (offered on multiple dates in December and early January ). After attending the webinar, you will receive a link to the online application and further instructions to complete your application (including how to submit your CV/Resume,Statement of Interest, and Two Recommendation Letters).
To register for the informational webinar, please email Ms. Leighanne Penna, fellows@anatol ia.edu.gr.
For more information download the brochure