2017-2018 Minnesota Educators Partnership Graduate Teaching Fellowships

Bloomington, Centennial, Faribault, Le Sueur-Henderson, Mankato, Owatonna, St. Peter, Sibley East, Tri-City United, Waseca

Recent graduates who will complete Minnesota licensure by the start of the school year and other recent teacher education graduates are eligible to apply. Specific details of the eligibility criteria are described within the application materials.

The Degree:
Teaching fellows can choose among the degree programs offered through the College of Graduate Studies. The majority of these programs require a minimum of 34 credit hours of coursework to earn a Master's Degree. Upon admission Fellows will be assigned an academic advisor and fellowship program advisor who will both assist them throughout their program.

During the teaching fellowship year, all teaching fellows will register each semester for a graduate practicum/seminar course based on their classroom activities (3 credits) plus an additional three to six credits of their choice per semester.

Teaching fellows are responsible for all teacher duties including the organization and management of their own classrooms, parent/teacher relationships, report cards, and other responsibilities typically connected with classroom teaching in the district where they are placed.

These responsibilities are more fully outlined in information given out by the individual districts.

Information on the Minnesota Educators Partnership

Information on the Graduate Teaching Fellows Partnership

Graduate Teaching Fellow Application