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Graduate Education Students
2015-2016 Graduate Assistant Position Available
Partial Tuition Waiver & Stipend
Initial review and consideration begins Friday, June 5, 2015
Submit completed application and current resume/vita to Robin Showalter in Williamson 314D by Thursday, June 4th.
Applications available in Williamson 314D or online at www.ewu.edu and search for "GSA Application"
Review requirements online. Questions? Contact Robin Showalter at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 359-6492 or visit Williamson 314D.
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Please share this job announcement with your recent Educational Leadership graduates.
Mesa County Valley School District 51 located in Grand Junction, CO is seeking a principal for a dedicated career and technical education school. Follow the link below and scroll to the last posting on the page.
Every year the Washington State Legislature sponsors a free, week-long program on state government and classroom civics strategies for elementary, middle school, and high school social studies teachers. Please forward this to your students and alumni networks (current MIT students are welcome to enroll). I've attached a flyer for posting. Thank you for your help. If you have any questions, please contact us.
|Paula Rehwaldt360-786-7993||Emily McCartan360-786-7016 or 786-7451|
Washington State Legislative Scholars ProgramJuly 13 - 17, 2015 The Legislative Scholar Program provides social studies, history, government, and civics teachers from across Washington with an opportunity to learn first-hand about the state legislative process. The program equips teachers with resources and ideas to more effectively teach civics in their classrooms and offers professional development in an immersive setting at the Capitol Campus. Teachers will:· Meet with legislators, staff, agency representatives, and civic education organizations · Learn how the legislative, executive, and judicial branches interact · Learn where to find and how to use legislative resources available to the public · Meet with Supreme Court Justice Mary Fairhurst and tour the Supreme Court · Participate in a mock committee hearing led by a legislator · Develop lesson plans for classroom use Clock Hours Available Teachers can receive up to 35 clock hours (depending on final approval) through ESD 113. Register Online Applications due by June 26, 2015. Up to 25 spots available. Visit our webpage for more information or to fill out an online registration form. Contact Civic.Ed@leg.wa.govEmily McCartan: 360-786-7016 Paula Rehwaldt: 360-786-7993 The Legislative Scholar Program is produced by the nonpartisan civic education offices of the Washington State Senate and House of Representative as a source of professional development and classroom resources for educators. It is not a forum for learning about political advocacy or lobbying. All program materials and some meals (snacks, daily continental breakfast, four lunches, and one dinner) are provided by the Legislature. Participants are responsible for their own travel, lodging, and remaining meals.
Job Opportunities in Oregon:
I am writing to contact the Education Department about potential teaching positions at Irrigon Jr/Sr High School. We are currently seeking teachers for high school and middle school levels in the following subjects: Science (MS), Science (Chemistry/Biology), Math (MS), Special Education, and Spanish. We would also encourage all other interested graduates to apply, as more opportunities may develop in the near future. Applications can be submitted through our district website at www.morrow.k12.or.us I would greatly appreciate it if you would please pass on this information to all the students in your graduating cohorts.
Irrigon Jr/Sr High School is a 7-12 school with a student population near 380 students. We are part of the Morrow County School District, located in Northeastern Oregon along the Columbia River just west Hermiston, Oregon and south of Tri-Cities (Kennewick/Pasco/Richland), Washington. Thank you,Ryan KeefauverIncoming PrincipalIrrigon Jr/Sr High School
West E and West B Voucher Requests
The Education Department is now accepting West E and West B voucher requests for Summer and Fall 2015. Please see Jill Stinson in Williamson 312B for an application.
Undergraduate Education Admissions Deadlines:
For Winter 2016 Deadline is Thurs, Oct. 15, 2015
For Spring 2016 Deadline is Friday, Jan. 15, 2016
Applications MUST be received by the deadline for consideration to begin the Education Program.
A few of the new faces you will see in the Education Department this Fall:
Jill Stinson, Certification Officer
Dr. Gus Nollmeyer
Dr. Katheryn Baldwin
Dr. Lance Potter
Welcome to EWU and the Education Department!
Graduation Application Deadlines:
UNDERGRADUATES: Your application is due two quarters ahead of graduation. No exceptions.
GRADUATE STUDENTS: Your application to graduate is due the second Friday of the quarter before you graduate.
Satisfactory SAT or ACT scores will waive all or part of WEST B exam requirement. If you received the following scores on your SAT or ACT, please see Tiffany Dixon, Education Department Undergraduate Advisor, for more information. Williamson 312, 359-7033, or email Tdixon7@ewu.edu.
Join the Eastern Reading Council (ERC)!
Do you have a desire to see children develop a love for reading?
Eastern Reading Council is seeking new members!
It is our mission to put books into the hands of children.
Joining is simple, email: email@example.com