Connecting With MiT

Learn how to connect with the Master in Teaching program at Evergreen and find out if it's right for you.

New MiT+CTE Program in Agriculture Education

Interested in teaching at a farm or garden program at the middle or high school level?

Looking for a CTE certification program at Evergreen?

Check out the MiT+CTE Program in Agriculture Education! Applications are open now and close on August 13.

The Master in Teaching (MiT) program is a full-time, cohort-based graduate education program that offers a Master in Teaching graduate degree and a recommendation for certification in the state of Washington. The program certifies prospective teachers in areas ranging from elementary education to secondary sciences, humanities, and arts. See our full list of endorsements in the What You Can Teach page. 

Applications for the 2023-24 MiT cohort close August 13, 2022.

Ready to Apply?

Applicants who have earned a bachelor's degree or will earn a bachelor's degree by Fall Semester 2022/Winter Quarter 2023 need to use one of the following application links, depending on the intended start quarter:

Keep in mind that the choice of a start quarter does not change material--both start quarters will cover the same material.

Current Evergreen students who will graduate in Spring 2023 or Summer 2023 and want to apply to the MiT Undergraduate/Graduate Dual-Degree Program must contact Assistant Director Luis Apolaya Torres (luis.apolaya_torres@evergreen.edu) for eligibility requirements and the link to apply.

New MiT Information Sessions and Application Workshops

Getting ready to apply? Attend one of our Application Workshops to learn how to best meet all MiT application requirements:

Register for a MiT Information Session to learn about the program.

Reach out to luis.apolaya_torres@evergreen.edu to ask any questions you may have before the event.

You will be able to join the Info Session remotely through phone or computer. You do not need your own account to join a Zoom session, simply click the meeting invitation you receive from the interim Assistant Director, and follow the prompts to enter the Zoom Session. If you have questions about how to Zoom, visit Evergreen's Zoom Video Conferencing page for directions and helpful tips!

Want to know more? Visit About MiT to learn more about the Master in Teaching program.