Frederick County Public Schools (FCPS) will soon host a virtual event to help individuals who are interested in becoming a Maryland certified teacher. Become an Educator Night will take place Tuesday, March 23, from
5 p.m.-7 p.m.
High school and college students, FCPS support staff and substitutes and the entire community is invited to attend. The event is open to all aspiring educators!
In addition to FCPS Human Resources staff, college and university partners will provide information about teacher-education programs and the various pathways to becoming a Maryland certified teacher. Participating colleges include Frederick Community College, Frostburg State University, Hood College, McDaniel College, Mount St. Mary's University, Trinity Washington University, the University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC), the University of Phoenix and Walden University.
Also, representatives from the Teacher Academy of Maryland (TAM) will share more details for FCPS high school students who are interested in the program.
Registration is required. Additional information and the link to register for this event are online at www.fcps.org/about/become-an-educator. Once registered, participants will receive instructions on how to access the virtual event.