Idaho State University seeking cohort of students in Blaine County to study for teaching certificate
Posted April 4, 2010
The College of Education at Idaho State University will deliver the Teacher Education Program in Blaine County to candidates who are interested in receiving their Idaho Teaching Certification in elementary, secondary, or special education.
A minimum of 15 committed candidates is required. Candidates must have required general education and pre-requisite courses completed by August 2010.
The College of Education will offer appropriately six credits of upper division education courses in Blaine County each semester starting Fall 2010. Students enrolled in this program may be eligible to receive approximately $1000.00 per semester by applying for a TEACH Grant.
For more information please contact: Paula Mandeville, advising coordinator, ISU College of Education, 921 S. 8th. Ave., Stop 8059, Pocatello, Idaho, 83209-8059, phone (208) 282-5164, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the College of Education website at ed.isu.edu.
About Idaho State University
Idaho State University, a Carnegie-classified doctoral research institution founded in 1901, educates approximately 14,000 students per year in more than 280 programs. It is Idaho’s lead institution in health professions and medical education. Its seven colleges engage in a broad range of innovative research, teaching, and learning in the natural and physical sciences, humanities, performing and visual arts, education, engineering, business, pharmacy, and technology. Visit ISU today at www.isu.edu.