Merrimack’s MINTS Program Gives Community, Support to New Teachers

EducationWeek spotlights Merrimack College's MINTS, a supportive community that offers free professional development workshops and networking opportunities for new and established teachers.
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While pursuing a graduate degree in higher education, Merrimack alumna Isabel Fernandes ’21 M’22 was at a crossroads between pursuing a graduate degree focused on higher education or continuing through with her K-12 studies. Luckily, the Merrimack Institute for New Teacher Support was there to ground her.

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