You want to stand before a class of hungry minds, sharing your wisdom and experiences to inspire future doctors and nurses, lawyers and educators, entrepreneurs and historians, artists and musicians. It's an engaging career, and a degree from Lander can prepare you for the challenges—and rewards—of teaching.
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Become a Lander Teaching Fellow
The mission of the Teaching Fellows Program is to recruit talented high school seniors into the teaching profession and help them develop leadership qualities.
The Teacher Cadet Program was piloted in four South Carolina high schools in 1985-86. Today, the program includes approximately 170 South Carolina high Schools serving an average of 2,700 juniors and seniors.
Call Me MISTER Program
The mission of the Call Me MISTER (Mentors Instructing Students Toward Effective Role Models) initiative is to increase the pool of available teachers from a broader more diverse background particularly among the state’s lowest performing elementary schools. The MISTER initiative attempts to accomplish this by providing academic, social, and financial support to under-represented individuals interested in entering the teaching profession.
Teacher Education majors have many opportunities to become involved with student organizations that provide fellowship, service learning, and professional development activities as an EPIC professional educator.
CAEP Accountability Measures
Lander University has a rich history of producing talented teachers. The Department of Teacher Education is committed to using assessment outcomes to drive continuous improvement. The data on this page provides information on the 4 measures of program effectiveness defined by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).
Awards are granted annually to outstanding university students from all disciplines during a ceremony each spring.
Lander University student, Thomas Histon, of Greenville, looks through a garment rack during the Teacher Clothes Closet on Wednesday, Oct. 5.
More than 100 first graders from District 50 took a field trip to the Lander University campus to enjoy a fun day of learning.
The newest winner of the Thayer Award, presented on behalf of the family of Dr. Henry K. Thayer to the Lander University student graduating with the highest average, is Sara Summerfield, of Florence.