The Hollyhock Humanities Fellowship is a year-long learning adventure for experienced NYC-area high school social studies teachers to help them re-ignite their passion for history, reinvigorate their love for teaching, and connect with a community of similarly motivated colleagues. Through a summer seminar, several intersessions, and supportive coaching throughout the year, they will learn how to build rigor, equity – and joy! – into every history lesson. Participants will be expected to attend programming at the Relay office at 25 Broadway in Manhattan and be available for visits from a coach throughout the year. Stipend of $3000, disbursed throughout the Fellowship. Applications open each year on December 1st and have rolling deadlines of February 5th, March 5th and April 5th.