Teaching Careers Mission Statement
"Our mission is to combine high quality education and hands-on experiences to prepare and develop students in teaching, leadership, and life-long learning."
Teaching Careers Program
The Teaching Careers program is a one-year program open to seniors in high school. The program is designed to allow students true teaching experiences and opportunities for learning at various levels, while partnering with local schools to complete observation hours and assignments related to the course work.
In addition to the hands-on opportunities, students will also be engaged in academic coursework that is relevant to becoming a teacher.
Students will engage in topics related to child development, teaching and learning, and classroom, instructional strategies.
Areas of Training
- Student Development
- College and Career Planning
- Classroom Management
- Philosophies of Education
- Professional Organization Affiliation
- Foundations of Education
- School Law and Ethics
- Instructing Diverse Learners
- Digital Citizenship
2021-22 Teaching Careers
Teaching Careers Morning Class
From left are Jenny Meers (Instructor), Reyawnna Poole, Katherine Woolford, Alex Jaspering, Marisa Tedesco and Anna McFarland.
Teaching Careers Afternoon Class
Front row, from left: Abigail Weber, Kaylee Heining, Jessica Steelman, Rylie Leslie and Katelynn Bruning.
Middle row, from left: Lindsay Sprung, Olivia Korte, Madison Frankenberg, Emma Lock and Mikayla Earl.
Back row, from left: Donece Brown, Lucas Yates, Kyle Meyer, Jacob Baldwin, Abigail Raeker and Jenny Meers (Instructor).
Teaching Careers Officers
From left are Anna McFarland, Secretary; Katherine Woolford, President; Alex Jaspering, Vice President; and Marisa Tedesco, Treasurer.
From left are Kaylee Heining, Secretary; Emma Lock, President; Donece Brown, Vice President; and Abigail Raeker, Treasurer.