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Master in Teaching – Information Sessions

Evergreen’s Master in Teaching (MiT) program is holding information sessions throughout the winter to acquaint prospective students with the program’s prerequisites and application process, scholarship opportunities, and program structure.

Upcoming Olympia campus workshops

  • Dec. 7
  • Jan. 25th
  • Feb. 10
  • Feb 22nd
  • March 10th

Olympia campus at 3 pm in Seminar 2-E 3123.

Off campus workshops

Dec. 9 and Jan. 20th at 6 pm at the Olympia Timberland Regional Library.

Tacoma campus workshop

The quarterly workshop at the Evergreen Tacoma campus, 1210 6th Avenue, will take place Jan. 26th from 1:50-3 pm.

The Evergreen State College seeks compassionate, critical thinkers who reflect our culturally diverse Washington communities in order to support the learning of children and youth in our public schools. We offer an excellent two-year program that leads to an initial teaching certificate and master’s degree. Our program prepares teachers for elementary, middle school or high school teaching. We welcome applicants with all subject area backgrounds who are committed to creating respectful, engaging multi-cultural classrooms and especially invite students with interests in teaching math, science or children with special needs or limited English proficiency.

Local districts are eager to hire our graduates because of their excellent preparation, commitment to teaching, and ability to work effectively with diverse learners

To request a catalog or learn more about the program visit the MiT website at www.evergreen.edu/mit. Specific questions can be addressed to MiT Associate Director Maggie Foran at (360) 867-6559.

Contact

Jason Wettstein Media & Community Relations Manager
The Evergreen State College
(360) 867-5213
wettstej@evergreen.edu