Findlay’s College of Education Addressing Educator Shortages
University of Findlay’s College of Education is able to offer the Addressing Educator Shortages Program thanks to the support of the Ohio Department of Higher Education and the University.
Findlay’s Addressing Educator Shortages Program allows post-baccalaureate students to receive up to $14,600 in scholarships towards earning a teaching license in the following areas:
- Adolescent Young Adult Integrated Science
- Adolescent Young Adult Life Science
- Adolescent Young Adult Integrated Mathematics
- Adolescent Young Adult Integrated Social Studies
- Adolescent Young Adult Integrated Language Arts
- Multi-Age Health and Physical Education
- Multi-Age Spanish
- Multi-Age Japanese
- Multi-Age Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
- Multi-Age Art
UF’s College of Education is currently accepting applications for the program. Only 19 individuals will be selected to be a part of Findlay’s Addressing Educator Shortages Program.
“We are excited to receive grant funding to address the educator shortage in Ohio. We have a proven track record preparing career changers for the teaching profession and this grant will provide scholarships to graduate students that want to teach in specific areas,” said Julie McIntosh, Ed.D., dean of the College of Education. “Our K-12 partner schools are also excited to see the efforts the state is making to address these high need areas.”
To learn more about Findlay’s Addressing Educator Shortages Program, visit the Addressing Educator Shortages Program webpage.
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