Graduate Induction Program
Beginning in 1986, Winona State University (WSU) and Independent School District 535 have been joint participants in a Graduate Induction Program for grades K-6 in the Rochester, MN Public Schools. The program is designed to assist inexperienced teachers (residents) with challenges unique to entry into the field of education. Residents complete a Master of Science in Education through a sequence of course work and field components. K-5 residents are placed in elementary school settings. Residents assigned to a sixth grade are at a middle school site. The Graduate Induction Program is open to students with a K-6 Elementary Education license or a K-12 Special Education license. For more information about this program, watch the GIP video.
*Application Materials are due March 29, 2013
Read through the information provided in the links above. If you are interested in being considered for this program, then print out the application and recommendation forms, fill out the application materials, distribute the recommendation forms for completion with addressed envelopes for mailing, and mail the completed application materials to:
Wendy Shannon, WSU Director
Colleen Sallee, RPS Coordinator