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PACT teachers contribute to the ongoing renewal and enrichment of the Catholic Schools of the New England region through creative and innovative teaching and the provision of a range of extra-curricular activities for their students.
The model of the service offered by PACT teachers is that of the professional Catholic educator
PACT teachers serve a variety of schools-urban, suburban and in rural cities.
Preference is given to teaching in schools which serve students from disadvantaged or poorly resourced circumstances.
PACT teachers have a special concern and compassion for those students who experience difficulties with learning.
PACT teachers contribute to other school activities by leading retreats and service trips coaching sports, moderating clubs, assisting with field trips and drama and musical productions.
Arts and Science graduates and those with secondary certification, teach middle or high school English, Math, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, History, Social Studies, or Spanish and possibly French and Italian.
Theology majors teach Religion or serve as Campus Ministers in high schools while earning the Master of Education.
Graduates with elementary certification teach the full range of subjects and provide assistance with other activities in their elementary or middle schools.