Elizabeth Vanegas ’22: ‘My Eyes Are Set on a Goal Much Bigger Than Myself’
As a person who loves to plan their life, I learned very quickly after my first year of college that you can’t always expect every obstacle that comes your way. Despite having a successful academic career on paper, I went […]
N.C. Teaching Fellow Hannah Watlington ’22: ‘I Want to Help Students See the Beauty in Math’
Hannah Watlington ’22 always enjoyed taking math classes and helping her classmates in math courses, even though she’s not the best at math, she says. That’s all the more reason why she plans to be a math teacher. The N.C. Teaching Fellows Program and private support are lowering financial barriers to help her actualize that plan.
NC State: Home to Largest Teaching Fellows Cohort in N.C.
The NC State College of Education welcomed 54 new students to its North Carolina Teaching Fellows program this fall -- the largest entering cohort in the state. These new fellows join 20 other NC State students who composed the first cohort of Teaching Fellows at NC State since state legislators re-established the program in 2018. With 74 total Teaching Fellows, NC State is home to the largest group of Teaching Fellows in North Carolina, which is more than double the size of the next school.
Postsecondary Career and Technical Education Research Fellows Program at NC State University Now Accepting Applications for Class of 2020
The Bridging the Gaps in Postsecondary Career and Technical Education (CTE) Research Fellows Program at North Carolina State University, sponsored by the ECMC Foundation, is accepting applications for the 2020 CTE Research Fellows Program.
Pathway to Practice NC Accepting Applications for Elementary Education, Special Education Teacher Licensure Programs
Pathway to Practice NC, an online teacher licensure joint program offered by the NC State College of Education and UNC-Chapel Hill School of Education, is now accepting applications from teachers interested in becoming fully licensed to teach in elementary education or special education.
Chandler Henninger ’20: ‘Having the position of an educator in the 21st century is about inspiring students to reach their potential.’
Through the NC State College of Education and the Goodnight Scholars Program, Chandler Henninger '20, has learned to see the world from a different perspective. And that perspective has prepared him for his career as a high school mathematics teacher.
Amaya Dicker ’21: ‘I’d Much Rather Be That Person Who Shows Up Every Day and Is There For Their Students and With Them Every Step Of The Way’
Amaya Dicker ’21 always enjoyed working with students, leading her to participate in the Students Advocating for Youth (SAY) Village. Through her experience with SAY, she realized her passion for education and is now pursuing a career as a middle grades English language arts and social studies teacher.
20 Fellows Join NC State College of Education’s Principal Preparation Programs
The NC State College of Education announced the selection of 20 educators into its principal preparation programs. Fellows will complete the two-year Master of School Administration Program while serving in local schools.
Giovanny Hernandez ’21: ‘If I Can Encourage Students on a Path That’s Going to Lead to a Greater Life, That Would Be Beyond My Wildest Dreams’
Giovanny Hernandez ’21 has had a passion for helping people since he was in elementary school. That desire to help others led him to pursue a career as a high school mathematics teacher, where he hopes to impact lives.
N.C. Teaching Fellow Caroline Alexander ’20: ‘The College of Education Has Completely Reshaped What I Believe a Teacher Should Look Like’
Caroline Alexander ‘20 came to NC State to major in engineering, but she soon discovered a passion for teaching.