Morrill Hall, Room 1
Teacher Residency for Rural Education
Apply Now! Deadline: February 16th.
The Teacher Residency for Rural Education (TRRE) is a 15-month program for people interested in becoming math or science teachers for students in elementary or secondary rural, high need schools in NH.
Residents complete an M.Ed. and teacher certification in exchange for 3 years teaching in rural NH. UNH provides induction support during the first two years of teaching.
- Elementary education with middle school math or science (K-8)
- Secondary education with science or math (7-12)
- Elementary education (K-6)
- Earned bachelor's degree prior to beginning the TRRE program
- Minimum undergraduate 3.0 GPA
- Undergraduate major (or substantial course work) in either science or mathematics
- Seeking initial teacher certification
- Passed Praxis Core
- U.S. Citizenship or Permanent Residency Status
- Submit an application to the UNH Graduate School
- Choose a program - elementary or secondary teacher education
- Submit the supplemental TRRE application
TRRE includes graduate coursework beginning in the summer, a community internship, and a full year in schools with a mentor teacher.
TRRE Faculty provide an integrated curriculum centered on STEM content, Community Engagement, and Pedagogy focused on supporting all students.
TRRE Residents learn how to integrate innovative practices and valuable local resources to support community and family engagement in learning.
Funded in part by a grant from the US Department of Education Oﬃce of Innovation and Improvement #U3365160019
Virtual Info Sessions
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