DETROIT–The Metro Detroit Teaching Residency for Urban Excellence will host an information session Tuesday, Dec. 11 at The Engineering Society of Detroit.
The session will be held from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at ESD Headquarters, 20700 Civic Center Drive, Suite 450, in Southfield.
The Metro Detroit TRUE Project is an accelerated graduate level certification and residency program for recent graduates and mid-career professionals in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) or computer science (CS) fields.
TRUE allows participants to earn a Wayne State University master’s degree and teaching certification in secondary mathematics or science within 18 months while receiving a living stipend. Participants will also receive mentoring support throughout the program and for two years post graduation.
Participants must commit to a one-year residency in the Detroit Public School Community District or the Dearborn Public Schools district, and a three-year commitment to teaching in either DPSCD or DPS.
Participants must hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution, have a background in STEM or computer science, and demonstrate a desire to make a difference in education. Inquire today to start making a difference.
Click on this link to register for the ESD information session.
Another information session will be held Thursday, Jan. 16 at the Wayne RESA office at 33500 Van Born Road in Taylor, on the second floor Boyd Author’s Auditorium. Click here to register for that session.
Besides Wayne State, ESD, the DPSCD and DPS, TRUE partners include the United States Department of Education, the Michigan Department of Education, Wayne RESA, and the Detroit Regional Chamber.
For more information, contact Sarah Schrag, Project Coordinator, at (313) 577-0904 or TRUEProject@wayne.edu.