Teachers of Tomorrow Pipeline Program

UD’s College of Education & Human Development offers the Teachers of Tomorrow Pipeline Program to support high school students interested in becoming teachers.

Program Overview

The College of Education and Human Development is excited to offer a program that supports high school students from underrepresented backgrounds who are interested in becoming teachers.

Rising high school juniors and seniors are invited to enroll in this one to two year program that will introduce them to the field of education and provide them with the skills necessary to succeed in college.

This program will begin with a live-in Summer Institute on the Newark Campus for two weeks in June. The program will continue in the fall with advisement and registration for up to nine credits of UD coursework that will count toward their UD teacher education degree (taken while the student is in high school).

Fall Visitation Day

To learn more or to join us at our Fall Visitation Day coming in October — click here

At the Fall Visitation Day, high school students interested in teaching will have the opportunity to tour our campus, meet with current students, staff and faculty members in our education programs, attend an admissions presentation and sit in on an undergraduate class.

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Teachers of Tomorrow Pipeline students solve math problem on chalkboard