Blinn College will host sessions in Brenham and Bryan this month to answer questions from potential program applicants interested in alternative teacher certification.
The TEACH (Teacher Education Alternative Certification Host) program is a cooperative effort between Blinn and the school districts in its service area to provide quality, affordable alternative teacher certification to assist in meeting area school districts’ personnel needs.
The program provides training for persons who already hold a bachelor’s degree. The program offers certifications in mathematics, science, Spanish, French, special education, generalist, bilingual generalist, English language arts, reading and social studies and English as a second language generalist. Participants will be certified to teach in Texas after they successfully complete the program.
Free info sessions will be held:
6 – 8 p.m.
Bldg. E Student Center (E-105; map)
6 – 8 p.m.
Student Center (Conference Room; map)
Interviews will be held on the Brenham campus July 26 and applications are still being accepted.
Applicants should bring a copy of their college transcripts. Additional information about the program and the question-and-answer sessions is available at: www.blinn.edu/blinnteach or by calling 979-830-4424.
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