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.
We 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 middle level/Special Education (dual certification); in PreK-12 for Business, Computer & Information Technology; Health & Physical Education and Spanish; in secondary education (7-12) for English, biology, chemistry, mathematics and social studies; and in secondary/Special Education (dual certification). 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-time or part-time and have family responsibilities. That’s why we offer most classes in the evening from 6:15 p.m. 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.