Project METRO Alternative Certification (PMAC) program
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- Teaching certification program specifically designed for Milwaukee Public Schools.
- Currently open to individuals who hold a bachelor's degree.
- Candidates pursue certification in Special Education, Math or Science. Must have a bachelor's degree (any subject area) to earn SPED license. Must have a bachelor's degree in Math or Science to earn secondary license.
- Candidates apply and are hired at an MPS school as a teacher of record. Job postings open in March.
- Partnership between Cardinal Stritch University and MPS provides candidates a two-year teaching experience with support from professional educators.
- Candidates teach for two years with full teacher salary and benefits while taking coursework at Stritch toward teaching certification with the opportunity to earn master's degree.
- Candidates must commit to the program for four years.
- 18-24 month program/Online Format
- No FORT or Praxis Test required
- Term and position starts August 2023
Virtual Information Sessions
Thursday, March 2, at 4 p.m. https://bit.ly/pmac-reg-03-02-3023
Tuesday, March 14, at 4 p.m. https://bit.ly/pmac-reg-03-14-2023
Candidates must apply to both MPS and Cardinal Stritch University.
Staffing Specialist - Talent Management
Pre-Service and Licensing Coordinator
- Choose Graduate Students
- Choose FA 2023-2024 School Year
- Choose MST-Special Education OR MST-Secondary
For more information contact:
Associate Director of Graduate Admissions|Director of Recruitment for the Kellner College of Education, Literacy, and Leadership
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Kylie N. Daemmrich
Senior Admissions Counselor
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