Viewing entries tagged with "Teaching Fellows"Alexis Chastain
As she completes her last semester at Meredith College, Alexis Chastain, ’18 feels prepared and excited to begin the next chapter of her life as a music educator.
Teaching Fellow and psychology major Aly Mann, '17, explored her strengths through a variety of experiences.
Meredith Legacy Scholar Kirby Jones, '19, plans to start an educational nonprofit.
Computer science major Kristin Long, ’17, feels well prepared for her job as a software developer after graduation.
Macy Allen, ’17, has used her love of art and traveling to build the foundation for her Meredith College experience.
An active member of the Meredith College campus, Macy Brinson, ’19, has learned to work through challenges and make the most of every opportunity.
Meredith College Teaching Fellows is a program that develops model teachers and future leaders who have a strong sense of mission, service, and professionalism.
Meredith College is one of five campuses eligible to receive North Carolina Teaching Fellows Forgivable Loan recipients. The N.C. Teaching Fellows Commission announced the College’s selection on November 16, 2017. The North Carolina Teaching Fellows Program, an effort to recruit top students for the teaching profession, will provide forgivable loans for new teachers who agree to teach in North Carolina in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) or special education.
Rachel Crawford, '19, helped to create a new organization to facilitate collaboration with faculty and local artists.