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M.Ed. Fellowships

 

The Teacher Education Fellowship links graduate study with a yearlong clinical residency in a PreK-12 partner school.   

As a teacher fellow, you’ll work in a school district for a full academic year, gaining unparalleled and invaluable field experience. You’ll engage in a range of classroom-based activities, including small group instruction, co-teaching, and ultimately, independent classroom instruction. 

Learn more about our fellowship programs on our Follow a Fellow page! Check out our How to Apply page for more information on application requirements and deadlines. Is a fellowship right for you?

Program Format

Teacher Education Fellows take summer courses to prepare for their residency and then transition to evening classes while participating in their classrooms.  After completing their coursework, residency, and a portfolio project, Teacher Education Fellows graduate with a Master of Education (M.Ed.) and licensure in their area of specialization.

  • Early Childhood Education (PreK-2)
  • Elementary (1-6)
  • Moderate Disabilities (PreK-8)
  • English as a Second Language (PreK-6)
  • Middle School (5-8)
  • High School (8-12)

Fellows participate in a residency with community partner organizations, including:

  • Andover Public Schools
  • Ayer-Shirley Regional School District
  • Beverly Public Schools
  • Community Day Charter School, Lawrence
  • Groton-Dunstable Regional School District
  • Haverhill Public Schools
  • Lawrence Family Development Charter School
  • Lawrence Catholic Academy
  • Lynnfield Public Schools
  • Newburyport Public Schools
  • North Andover Public Schools
  • St. Augustine School, Andover
  • Wakefield Public Schools
 

Who are our Fellows?

  • Average GPA, 2017 -18 Fellows: 3.6
  • MTEL pass rate: 98%
  • 2017-2018 fellows come from over 50 different colleges and universities

Take it to the next level - the graduate level - at Merrimack.