Teach at one of the Jesuit Cristo Rey high schools, which provide quality, Catholic, college preparatory education to urban young people who live in communities with limited educational options.
The Inner-City Teaching Corps recruits, supports, and develops dedicated inspired education leaders to serve in inner-city classrooms and school settings. Members earn a teaching certificate and more than half the required credits for a Master’s Degree.
The University of Notre Dame’s ACE program is a two-year service program offering college graduates the opportunity to serve as full-time teachers in under-resourced Catholic schools across the southern United States. Based on the pillars of teaching, community and spirituality, ACE teachers spend two summers studying in the Masters of Education program at Notre Dame and two school years teaching in under-resourced Catholic schools. Upon completion of this program, you’ll receive a cost-free Masters of Education from Notre Dame and possibly an Americorps education award.
PACT is a service teaching program in which recent college graduates teach for two years in Catholic Schools in the New England region and earn a tuition-free Masters of Education degree at Providence College. PACT revolves around the cornerstones of service, community, study and spirituality.
Volunteers work for one or more years of service to schools and agencies of the Brothers whose Mission is to serve the poor. Teach and tutor in elementary schools, middle schools, high schools, alternative schools, adult education programs, outdoor education centers and after school programs.
WorldTeach is a private, nonprofit organization providing opportunities for individuals to volunteer for six months or a year teaching English in developing countries.
Other non-governmental volunteer opportunities can be found in the book Alternatives to the Peace Corps: Volunteer Opportunities.