Winthrop University: College of Education - NetSERVE

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NetSERVE Teacher Residency

Network for Sustained Educational Residencies that Value Equity

NetSERVE (Network for Sustained Educational Residencies that Value Equity) is a collaborative effort between Winthrop University, three partner school districts, and multiple state organizations to provide a unique teacher preparation opportunity for individuals interested in making a difference in South Carolina rural communities.

Program Overview

  • 12-18 month Masters of Arts in Teaching program (hours may vary depending on prior coursework)
  • Content areas available will vary annually by district need and may include: Secondary Math and Science, Middle Level, Special Education, Early Childhood (PK-3), or Elementary (2-6)
  • Specialized curriculum prepares residents for work in one of three districts: Chester, Chesterfield, or Fairfield
  • Residents receive one $20,000 stipend paid monthly May - April
  • Commitment to teach in residency district for three years after program completion
  • Access to a professional learning community of residents, teachers, and university faculty
  • High quality, individualized induction support provided to graduates for three years

For Additional Program Requirements and Details click here

 

Contact Information

NetSERVE Project Director
Dr. Audrey Allan - allana@winthrop.edu - 803/323-4848

M.A.T. Program Director
Dr. Lisa Harris - harrisl@winthrop.edu - 803/323-2588

Last Updated: 4/9/20