NYU Teacher Residency Locations | NY, CT, DC, FL, SF

Teacher Residency locations

You learn with NYU Steinhardt faculty while teaching in a district or charter network directly invested in your success.

NYU Steinhardt’s teacher residents are embedded for one year at one residency school location within partner school districts and charter networks across the country. A critical part of the admissions process is to successfully match you with your residency school.

To learn more about the student population, priority initiatives, and residency year details such as stipends, wages, health insurance, and start dates, please click on the corresponding district or charter school link below. As this is a residency program taking place in our partner schools, NYU housing is not available.

Degree option availability varies by location.

  • Currently only five of the NYC charter school residency sites offer both the master of arts in teaching in Inclusive Childhood Education and master of arts in teaching in Secondary Education: Hyde Leadership Charter, Our World Neighborhood, Pharos Academy Charter, Prospect Schools, and Public Prep.
  • All of our residency sites offer the master of arts in teaching in Secondary Education: all NYC charters, San Francisco, CA (SFUSD), Palm Beach, FL (SDPBC), Washington, DC charters, Upstate NY (City School District of Albany and Albany Community Charter), and Central NY (Syracuse City School District)

California

Connecticut

Florida

New York

Upstate and Central

New York City

Brooklyn

Bronx

Manhattan

Queens

Washington, DC

The job placement offers are provided by our partner schools for informational and planning purposes only. NYU Steinhardt does not guarantee job placement.

 I didn’t realize initially how unique the residency experience would be. Instead of only a short time in the classroom, in this extended period of time, I’ve learned so much more. I’ve changed my opinions and become more flexible in my understanding of what students need.

Brittany
graduate, 2019 cohort,
Syracuse City School District

 I grew up in Brooklyn. I love that I get to come back to my home city and work with a community that I have experience with and care about.

Manny
graduate, 2019 cohort,
Prospect Schools, Brooklyn