Master in Teaching

Learn how to connect with the Master in Teaching program and find out if it's right for you.
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Tashi with students
Tashi Langton, MiT 2015, working with students in biology at Foss High School.

When you earn your MiT degree at Evergreen you will experience a full-time, cohort-based 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.

Next MiT Cohort Starts in Spring of 2024

 

Contact mit@evergreen.edu for information about the 2024-25 MiT cohort. Although applications open in spring 2023, prospective applicants are strongly encouraged to begin completing application requirements early! Learn about required observation hours, testing requirements, and other application requirements in our MiT Application and Requirements page.

 

To receive updates about the next application cycle and to submit questions to the MiT team, submit this form or reach out to mit@evergreen.edu.

There are Two Pathways to Earn an MiT Degree

During 2023-24, MiT teacher candidates will participate in the EL Integration Pathway.

During 2022-23 and 2024-25, MiT teacher candidates will participate in the Community Teaching Pathway.

Learn more about these two pathways and when they are offered in the Program Overview page.

Each pathway may offer different endorsements. Review our full list of endorsements in the What You Can Teach page. 

Upcoming Information Sessions

 

In-Person Information Sessions for Current Evergreen Students:

February 1 at 1 pm. Sign up here.

February 15 at 3 pm. Sign up here. 

March 1 at 3 pm. Sign up here. 

 

Online Information Sessions for the General Public:

February 2 at 5 pm PST. Sign up here.

February 9 at 6 pm PST. Sign up here. 

February 16 at 3:30 pm PST. Sign up here.

February 21 at 5 pm PST. Sign up here.

February 28 at 5 pm PST. Sign up here.

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Student-teacher Shelby Rose works with students at Lincoln Options Elementary school
Shelby Rose, MiT 2020, at work during her student teaching internship at Lincoln Options Elementary School.

Ready to Apply?

Applications for the 2023-24 cohort have closed.

For information about the 2024-25 MiT cohort, contact mit@evergreen.edu. Although applications open in spring 2023, prospective applicants are strongly encouraged to start completing application requirements early! Learn about required observation hours, testing requirements, and other application requirements in our MiT Application and Requirements page.

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