Highline Program Now Accepting Applications for Summer 2020
The Woodring Highline Bilingual Teaching Fellows Program is a Route 1, Community Route to Certification partnership between Western Washington University and Highline Public Schools. This two year (8 academic quarter) program supports employed paraeducators who seek to become K-8 certified teachers (available to current employees and new applicants). Candidates must be bilingual. Highline Fellows will be employed as full-time paid paraeducators. Conditional Loan Scholarships available for tuition support. Woodring students are eligible to transfer to this program. For detailed information, see Highline Location page.
Future Teacher Fellow Cohort 2
Highline and Whatcom/Skagit at Summer Campus Experience August 2019
The Future Teacher Fellow Program was featured on KING 5 News!
Read the article here.
For more information, contact:
Marsha Riddle Buly – Bilingual Teaching Fellows Program Director
email: Marsha.RiddleBuly@wwu.edu / phone: (360) 650-7348
Miranda Myers Barker – Bilingual Teaching Fellows Program Coordinator
email: Miranda.MyersBarker@wwu.edu / phone: (360) 650-6292
For more information on the Mount Vernon cohort, currently in progress, see Mount Vernon Location page. Mount Vernon program not currently accepting applications.
Also, see Teacher Education Outreach Programs (TEOP) for Woodring's nontraditional teacher preparation programs held at our Outreach sites in Everett and Bremerton. TEOP classes are scheduled in the evenings, with day time practicum work, as to allow working professionals to pursue certification while continuing to work.
See Woodring Programs for Woodring's variety of teacher preparation programs.