Completing the program offers:
-Path to become an elementary school teacher
-Teaching license and a teaching endorsement in special education or linguistically diverse education
-M.A degree from the University of Denver.
The teacher training program is 1 year in length. The second year candidates are eligible for a full time paid teaching position. Although I will note that you would continue finishing up your M.A. during your second year.
Teacher candidates are placed at high needs school in Denver. While in the residency program teachers will have the support of a mentor and advisor.
The program offers:
$10,000 stipend for the 1st year of the residency program
Candidates are eligible for financial aid through the University of Denver.
Health care benefits through the University of Denver.
After completing a 5 year commitment (including the residency program)there is a partial reimbursement.
The North Eastern North Carolina Transition to Teaching Program (NNCTTP) offers those looking to enter the teaching field great incentives to teach in eastern North Carolina. Here are the details.
Counties you can teach in:
Beaufort, Bertie, Edgecombe, Gates, Halifax, Hertford, Hyde, Martin, Nash/Rocky Mount, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Washington
This program offers: up to $1,500 a year for tuition and books, individual advisors, as well as different ways to take your courses. (ex: Weekend classes, distance learning)
This program offers three paths to teaching:
1.Already have a bachelors degree and just need your licensure
2. Two yrs college experience (60 credit hrs) and have taken and passed the PRAXIS I
3. Lateral Entry: These candidates must have a bachelor’s degree and would need to complete certain course work and the PRAXIS II.
For more information on the program you can contact Dr. Claudie Mackey (Director) at 252.335.3479.