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Events

Aug02

Orientation #2 for F15 Student Teachers

Location: Science Center Auditorium
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Sep19

PE Workshop

Location: Laird Hall

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8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Oct09

RED Day #1 for F15 Practicum Students

Location: Laird Hall
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Oct17

Technology Workshop

Location: Warfield 111

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8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Nov07

Music Workshop

Location: Science Center Auditorium

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8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Teacher Intern Program

Wilson’s Teacher Intern Program (TIP) is a highly regarded, affordable and expeditious path for women and men with bachelor’s degrees to become teachers. Approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education in 1985, TIP makes earning Instructional Level I certificates as accessible as possible for highly motivated, working adults. Get your teacher certification in PA today!

W e currently offer Level I certification in Early Childhood education (PreK-4); in Early Childhood/Special Education (dual certification); in middle level (4-8) for English, mathematics, science and social studies; in PreK-12 for Health & Physical Education and Spanish and in secondary education (7-12) for English, biology, chemistry, mathematics, and social studies. Depending on the area of teaching, credits from undergraduate degrees can apply toward certification. All students take core and methods education classes, state-required testing and practice teaching.  

We know that most of our Teacher Intern Program students are working full or part time and have family responsibilities. That's why we offer most classes in the evening from 6:15 to 9 p.m. The entire program can vary in consideration of each student’s previous academic preparation. Tuition is reasonable and financial aid is available for those who qualify.

Both public school districts and private schools are eager to hire TIP graduates. Employers know that our graduates are mature, passionate about teaching and well-prepared for the daily challenges of the classroom.  

Education Department Events

Department of Education

Announces Teaching Projections

The total number of elementary and secondary teachers is projected to increase 14% between 2010 and2021.

  • In public schools: 15%
  • In private schools: 3%

The projected number of new teacher hires is projected to increase from 2010 to 2021 in both elementary and secondary schools;

  • In public schools 28%(384,000)
  • In private schools 4%(87,000)

 Local School Districts Hiring!

Data requested and collected by the Wilson College Education Department indicates approximately 250 (11/12), 315 (12/13), 386 (13/14) and 397 (14/15) new teachers were hired in the following counties: Adams, Cumberland, Franklin, Fulton and Washington (MD).

 

Contact Information


Mrs. Beth Byers
Director of TIP    
Warfield 302
717-262-2009
Fax: 717-262-2579
tip@wilson.edu

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