December Info Session Meeting #2

Interested in becoming an elementary teacher in Seattle Public Schools? Committed to serving the Seattle communities? Motivated to act in the spirit of educational justice?

Join us during this information session to learn more details about Seattle Teacher Residency, a full-time, 14-month long teacher training program that equips residents with the foundational knowledge, skills, and strategies that enable them to become inspirational, culturally-responsive, and highly effective teachers in Seattle Public Schools.

We’ll discuss the details and demographics of the program, provide information about the Resident experience, and talk about the application requirements for Cohort 11 (2023-2024). Applications are due January 20, 2023.

This online meeting will take place via ZOOM on December 6th, 2022 from 4:00 – 5:00PM.

See you all soon!

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