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Cheyney University's "Call Me MISTER" Program
Cheyney University of Pennsylvania is now accepting applications for the Graduate and Undergraduate "Call Me MISTER" program.
By: T. Bernette Wright
If you are interested in teaching at the elementary school level and a Cheyney University Undergraduate Student, Graduate Student or Graduate, please apply immediately. The deadline to apply is October 24th, 2008.
The Call ME MISTER Program is a teacher leadership program that will not only pay for your tuition, room, board, books, stipend and technology fees but also will pay for your attendance at educational conferences and PRAXIS I and II preparation /examination.
The Graduate Call Me MISTER Student will serve on staff and be allowed to participate /attend various education conferences in the Field of Teacher Education and attend weekly leadership meetings.
The Undergraduate MISTER will be required to attend weekly leadership meetings, Praxis Preparation Workshops and attend various education conferences in the Field of Teacher Education.
If you are interested, please make sure that you are accepted into Cheyney University. All students must complete FAFSA Form (Federal Assistance for Student Aid) in order to qualify for the scholarship grant.
Download the application at http://www.cheyney.edu/
Mr. Howard R. Jean
Director of the "Call Me MISTER" Program
Cheyney University of Pennsylvania
1837 University Circle
Harris-Turner Building, 109
Cheyney, PA 19319
Please e-mail the Call Me MISTER Director, Mr. Howard Jean at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mr. Royster, Call Me MISTER Field Coordinator at email@example.com and in the subject line write “Call Me MISTER” for any questions or inquires.
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Cheyney University is the nation’s oldest historically Black institution of higher education, and the only HBCU in the PA State System of Higher Education. It offers baccalaureate degrees in more than 30 disciplines and six master’s degree programs.