Friday, October 21, 2016

Attend a Teacher-Scholars of Color Program information session

The University of Minnesota Department of Curriculum and Instruction is actively recruiting students of color to the teacher education program and the high-demand teaching profession. Learn more at an information session on Wednesday, Nov. 2
Become a teacher!

The University of Minnesota Department of Curriculum and Instruction is committed to building a more diverse community of students and understands the importance of having teachers of color in the classroom that reflect the student population. To that end, we are actively recruiting students of color to our teacher education program and the high-demand teaching profession.

The job-placement rate for newly licensed graduates within six months of graduation is more than 92 percent. Learn how to gain priority admission to the teaching licensure and graduate program through DirecTrack to Teaching and receive both your teaching license and Master of Education graduate degree.

Teacher-Scholars of Color Program Information Session
Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016
4:15-6 p.m.
Coffman Memorial UnionPresidents Room
Free pizza!

The event will focus on answering the following questions:
  • Why teach and what are the career opportunities and salary I can expect?
  • Why is it important to have more teachers of color?
  • What is the teacher education program like from a student's perspective?
  • What is the teacher-scholars of color program?
  • How can you become an ethnic studies teacher? 
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CSE Student Services
612-624-5091
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