In mid-September, Yale’s Education Studies Program hosted a conversation on pathways into teaching. Yale EDST faculty Mira Debs and Melissa Scheve presented an overview of entry-points into teaching. Yale Senior Edie Abraham-Macht will lead a panel of Yale alumni sharing their pathways into teaching.
In case you missed this extremely informative presentation and want to learn about the pathways, I highly recommend you watch the following:
The above presentation does an excellent job of diving into 4 options of how to become a teacher after graduating from Yale.
1. Master’s Teacher Prep Program
2. Alternative Certification Program
3. Private School
4. International Teaching Fellowship
The above presentation is moderated by Yale Senior Edie Abraham-Macht and includes the following Yale alumni: Constance Darshea Collins (‘11), Israel Tovar (‘17), Elissa Levy (‘09), and Nana Massie (‘05), who shared their incredible experiences in education.