Teachers of Tomorrow Program

UD’s College of Education & Human Development offers the Teachers of Tomorrow 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 program that will introduce them to the field of education and provide them with the skills necessary to succeed in college.

For Summer 2022, this program will begin with a Summer Institute for two weeks in June. Participants will receive support during the college application process, engage with a community of future educators, and grow as a leader.

Unique Opportunity To Increase Your Impact 

Thanks to the generosity of Terri, EHD83, and Bob Smith, BE83, your donation to the Teachers of Tomorrow Fund—and all donations and pledges to the fund in 2022—will be multiplied to help sustain and enhance the program into the future!

For every gift made in support of the Teachers of Tomorrow Fund, half of that amount will be matched by the Smiths (i.e., a $100 gift will unlock an additional $50 to the fund) up to $400,000.

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FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

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FOR PARENTS & GUARDIANS

FOR TEACHERS & RECOMMENDERS