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Training Educators and Creating Hope
Apply today! Our staff will work with you to chart your course to become a certified teacher!. Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution in any major, possess a 2.70 GPA or higher, submit official transcripts, a resume and complete a video or phone interview.
In total, candidates are provided up to 433 hours of comprehensive curriculum in the following areas:
Planning and Building
Family and Community
Assessment and Evaluation
Additionally, we also offer courses in Restorative Practices.
During your first year, the residency year, you will gain significant experience as a certified classroom teacher. However, you
won't be alone!
Instructional Coaches work side by side with all Residents by providing targeted, individualized, on-going training, mentoring and in-classroom support.
Upon successful completion of all program requirements, including one academic year of teaching with successful evaluations, your Residency License will convert to a North Carolina Professional Licensure !
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