Skip to main content

Tag: LIFT

Photo of Maia Grace Solomon

May 25, 2022

Teaching Fellow and Former LIFT Participant Maia Grace Solomon ’25 Named to Caldwell Fellows Class of 2025

Maia Solomon '25, a mathematics education major, has been selected as one of 28 first-year students who now make up the Caldwell Fellows class of 2025. 

Jessica Terrones

Apr 27, 2022

#WhyIChoseEducation: ‘I Want My Classroom to Feel Representative of My Students and a Space Where They Can Be Themselves’ Says Jessica Terrones ’22

Jessica Terrones came to NC State looking for a supportive community. In the College of Education, she found ways to build that community for others and developed leadership skills that will carry over as she steps into the classroom. 

Feb 4, 2022

Teaching Fellow Kevin Manzanarez Named to LatinxEd’s 20 Under 20: Class of 2021

Kevin Manzanarez, an N.C. Teaching Fellow and NC State undergraduate student, has been named one of LatinxEd’s 20 Under 20. 

mentoring

Jan 24, 2022

NCCU School of Education Expands Efforts for Teacher Diversity Mentorship Program

In partnership with NC State’s College of Education, NCCU's School of Education will enhance an educator mentoring initiative to support future teachers of color and bilingual teachers who participate in the Leadership Institute for Future Teachers (LIFT) program. Students will be paired with a veteran teacher mentor and an educator advocate to meet regularly throughout a year for mentorship efforts. 

A group of students with a teacher in a classroom

Jan 4, 2022

EdNC: LIFT: Diversifying North Carolina’s Teacher Pipeline

The Leadership Institute for Future Teachers (LIFT), is the NC State College of Education’s evidence-based year-long program to introduce, prepare, and support academically competitive high school students of color and/or bilingual students who are interested in enhancing their leadership skills and exploring a potential career in education. 

LIFT

Jun 30, 2021

NC State College of Education Holds 2nd Annual Leadership Institute for Future Teachers (LIFT) for Rising High School Seniors of Color and Bilingual Students

The annual Leadership Institute for Future Teachers (LIFT), a five-day, invitational program that works to inspire high school seniors — particularly students of color and bilingual students — to explore careers in education and enhance their leadership skills, was held virtually, June 20-24. 

NC State College of Education Assistant Director Laura B. Fogle

Nov 2, 2020

UNC-TV: Gen Z Dealing with Change

Laura B. Fogle, assistant director of the NC State College of Education's Media and Education Technology Resource Center (METRC) and a high school student who participated in the college's Leadership Institute for Future Teachers (LIFT) share experiences and insights surrounding the shift to virtual learning during the coronavirus pandemic.  

LIFT Participants

Sep 11, 2020

WTVD: Local Universities Work to Introduce More Diverse Educators into Classrooms Statewide

Anona Smith Williams, Ed.D., speaks about the Leadership Institute for Future Teachers, or LIFT, a program aimed at underrepresented high school students interested in pursuing a potential career in education. 

LIFT Participants

Aug 27, 2020

NC State College of Education Holds Inaugural Leadership Institute for Future Teachers for Rising High School Seniors of Color and Bilingual Students

The inaugural Leadership Institute for Future Teachers (LIFT), a five-day, invitational program for students of color and bilingual students interested in enhancing their leadership skills and exploring a potential career in education, was held virtually, July 26-31, 2020. 

LIFT Counselors

Aug 27, 2020

My Student Experience: College of Education Students Share What They Learned as Counselors of the Leadership Institute for Future Teachers (LIFT) for High School Students

NC State College of Education students served as counselors and mentors for the inaugural Leadership Institute for Future Teachers (LIFT), a program for students of color and bilingual students held virtually, July 26-31, 2020. “It was vital for me to serve in that capacity because of representation,” says Jessica Terrones ’22.