Are you an undeclared undergraduate student and you might be interested in majoring in education?
If you are an undeclared undergraduate student and you might consider teaching as a career, the following information will help you in learning more about UNCP’s School of Education and financial resources that might be available to you.
Becoming a teacher means that you will become a part of UNCP’s School of Education. And becoming a teacher means that you will not only make a difference, you will be the difference to every student you teach. With the teacher shortage in North Carolina, there is a huge demand for teachers and many terrific opportunities that await you in classrooms across the state.
Here’s how to get started.
Come by or call the Office of Teacher Recruitment and speak to Ms. Strickland or Ms. Whittington (Robeson Community College). They will give you information and materials that will help you make your decision.
Here’s other information for you.
Please look at UNCP’s Teacher Education Program website to learn more about us. Our commitment is to provide the very best preparation programs for teachers, administrators, counselors, and other education professionals in partnership with public schools and other agencies. Please come in and explore the many undergraduate programs we have to offer. Another great source of information is the Degree Pathway for education majors website which includes resources such as General Education Requirements, the Academic Calendar, and information on Braveweb. This is valuable information for anyone interested in majoring in education in that it provides a sample schedule of coursework for each semester of your four years of study.
You can visit the CFNC Teacher Education Career site to learn even more about the teaching profession.
Another great resource is College Foundation of North Carolina that will give you some information on paying for college. A specific scholarship is the Future Teachers of North Carolina Scholarship Loan Fund.
Updated: Wednesday, September 7, 2011
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