Pathways to Teaching in NHCS

Upcoming Opportunities

Pathways to Teaching in NHCS Virtual Information Session

Tuesday, March 23rd from 7pm - 8pm

Information Session for the MAT at Chowan!

Where: On Zoom at

When: Wednesday, March 24th from 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM

Click to listen to the NHCS November 2020 Podcast

Andrea Raines served as our guest host. Ms. Raines is the Beginning Teacher Program and Staff Development Specialist. She was joined by NHCS Educators, Schala Harper and Natasha Miller, both current teachers who went through the district's TA to Teacher Pathway either through the Residency Program or paid internship. We hope you enjoy this informative and inspiring podcast edition.

For Current Employees

Several in-state universities currently offer programs for current employees to obtain their teaching degree.

Chowan University

East Carolina University

ECU - Partnership Teach

Gardner - Webb

University of Mount Olive

UNC - Charlotte

UNC - Pembroke

UNC - Wilmington

In addition, any TA that is currently employed with NHCS for at least a year is eligible for a paid internship while student teaching. All applicants must complete the Educational Placement Request in order to be placed in NHCS and be eligible for the paid internship.

If you are interested in a university, please contact HR to determine if a partnership can be established with that university.

For Associate's Degree Holders

If you currently hold an Associate's degree and want to pursue teaching.

ECU: Partnership Teach

Gardner Webb University

For College Students Seeking Internships

Learn more about how to become an Intern through the NHCS Educational Placement Request

Currently placing future teachers, adminstrators, counselors, social workers and EC.

For High School Seniors

Learn more about our NHCS Board of Education Scholarships for

Future Teachers.

Four Scholarships of $7,000 are awarded a year to local seniors.

North Carolina Teaching Fellows Program and Application

Receive up to $4,125 per semester for up to eight semesters.

For more information or questions about any of the Pathways to Teaching,

please contact

Andrea Raines