Seattle Schools STARTALK Program @ PLU, Summer 2020
Do you speak Arabic, Korean, Russian, or Spanish? Are you interested in becoming a language teacher? Then the Seattle Public Schools STARTALK alternative routes to teacher certification program at PLU is a great opportunity for you!
What? The Seattle Public Schools STARTALK Teacher Certification Program at PLU will prepare native (or near-native) speakers of Arabic, Korean, Russian, or Spanish to teach their world language to K-12 students.
When? The program consists of online classes in June prior to the start of the face to face class. The face-to-face class sessions will be held on PLU’s campus Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm, July 13-July 31, 2020.
Where? Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma.
Costs? Registration fee: $40. Tuition (11 credit hours), texts, and assessments covered by STARTALK funding. Candidates wishing to complete the entire certification program will register for 8 credits during the academic year at $867 per credit, for a total of $6,936 out of pocket to earn your teaching certificate. Financial aid for this portion may be available.
How do I apply? Apply soon online, spots are limited. Click here to fill out your initial application.
More information? Contact Program Director Judy Hassen (email@example.com) or Professor Bridget Yaden (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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