Want to be a K-12 Teacher? Join us October 20 for a free NGHES Workshop.

by Susan Sullivan | Sep 26, 2018

High-achieving high school students interested in pursuing careers as K-12 teachers are invited to Marian University for a scholarship workshop on October 20. 

Hosted by the Klipsch Educators College, during this special event you will:

KEC visits South Korea | Marian University

BE AN EXCEPTIONAL TEACHER. As a student in the Klipsch Educators College, you'll be part of a five-year program that's one of the most innovative in the state and nation. It includes a paid one-year teaching residency. It also includes a study-abroad experience in which you'll visit high-performing schools in another country and learn about their educational systems and methods. This year, students traveled to South Korea. Upon completion, you'll graduate with BOTH a bachelor's and a master's degree in education from Marian University. 

Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship Workshop: Saturday, October 20 // 9 to 11:30 a.m.

Marian University and the State of Indiana are making it possible for you to become a K-12 teacher who inspires!

Led by state officials and education professionals, at this free workshop you will:

If you plan to apply for the NGHES scholarship, the deadline is November 30. Join us October 20 and get valuable information about the process! 

Register online

Space for this valuable workshop is limited, so register and reserve your spot today.  Parents or family members are welcome.

When we know you will be attending, we'll send more details, including the location and where to park.

Questions? Contact Greg Albright, marketing and communication coordinator in the Klipsch Educators College, at galbright@marian.edu or 317.955.6519.

News Media Contact

Mark Apple
Vice President of Marketing Communications
(317) 955-6775
mapple@marian.edu

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