The City School District of Albany serves a vibrant student population of more than 9,600 students and their families in New York’s Capital Region. Recognized by dynamic growth from expanding refugee populations, The City School District of Albany students hail from 50 countries and speak 57 languages. While rising graduation rates continue to be a goal, the district is also a regional leader in high school Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate program courses. As a resident here, you’ll experience a wide range of teaching experiences, expanding your skill set and building a solid classroom foundation with the support of a tight-knit community.
As a resident, you'll work full time under a mentor teacher and have the opportunity to support students daily. Your role in the classroom increases over the course of the year – progressing from working with students one-on-one to facilitating small group discussions, and eventually lead teaching up to three periods a day. Here are some more details about being a resident in the City School District of Albany (CDSA).
During Residency Year
(Resident role based on 2016-17, subject to change by CSDA)
$21,000 for residents
Current salary for current employees
Available through NYU
Provided for current CDSA employees
VIRTUAL: July 2, 2018
ON-GROUND: August 27, 2018
After Residency Year
Job After Graduation
After successful completion of the program, you will receive priority hiring status for teaching positions available in an Albany public school. In exchange for providing a master’s subsidy and funding to offset your living expenses during your residency year, CSDA will require you to make a commitment to teach in the district for a minimum of two years after earning your degree.
The job placement offer is provided by our partners for informational and planning purposes only. NYU Steinhardt does not guarantee job placement.
Estimated Starting Salary with Master’s Degree
The figures above are estimates provided by our partners for informational and planning purposes only. NYU Steinhardt does not guarantee these amounts.