The opportunity to make a positive difference in students’ lives is at the core of why many teachers choose to be teachers. Kristine Keilwitz was no different – deep down she felt that pull toward education – but as a single mother of two, the time was never right.
The Albright School of Education is the only school at CityU named after a person. Have you ever stopped to wonder how it got its name?
Through a partnership with Bellevue School District, Heather heard about City University of Seattle’s Alternative Routes to Teacher Certification program through which she could earn her teaching certificate in one year.
It’s never too late to do what you might’ve done, or to pursue a new dream. That’s what City University of Seattle alumna Pennie Crawford believes.
Jason was inspired to transition from a high school English teacher to a principal by encouraging administrators, but first he had to earn his principal certification.
City University of Seattle and the Puyallup School District are joining together in a unique way to help train the next generation of school principals. Through this partnership, teachers in the south Puget Sound region will be able to earn their Washington State Principal Residency Certificate.