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If you’re committed to #elevatingteaching, apply today

Boettcher Teacher Residency prepares people to have exceptional teaching careers through a hands-on Master’s degree program.

PEBC believes the classroom is the best place for teachers to develop the skills they need, so we place them in teaching positions along side master teachers right from the start. Every day, our resident teachers pour themselves into teaching students, all the while fulfilling their own coursework requirements for a master’s in education. We help them every step of the way with outstanding mentors, peer groups, and expertise because we know that when teachers are well-trained and energetically supported, their commitment to their careers soar and students thrive as a result.

On September 23, 2015, PEBC announced that it will unite the Boettcher Teacher Residency with Stanley Teacher Prep, Colorado’s first residency-based teacher preparation program and among the nation’s finest. The combined residency will bring even more expertise, support and resources to help aspiring teachers thrive. Click here to read the announcement, or download an FAQ.

Boettcher Teacher Residency is generously funded by the Boettcher Foundation.  Since 1937 the Boettcher Foundation’s mission has been to invest in the minds and mortar of Colorado.

Boettcher Teachers enter the classroom prepared

A Master’s degree in Education

Full academic year apprenticeship in a classroom under the guidance of a Mentor Teacher who provides intensive feedback and coaching.

Opportunity to work in a variety of high-needs Colorado school districts.

Colorado Teaching License

A collaborative cohort of learners that continue to provide on-going professional support throughout your teaching career.

An endorsement in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education

Boettcher Teachers are continually supported

This comprehensive program provides five year of unparalleled professional development support from PEBC, connecting academic theory to classroom practice.

Boettcher Teachers stay in the profession

Over 90% of Boettcher Teacher Residency graduates continue teaching in the classroom throughout their first five years in the program, compared to a national average of less than 50%.

Boettcher Teachers make a lasting impact

Boettcher Teachers enter the profession with the skills, knowledge, confidence and support needed to ensure that their students reach the highest possible levels of achievement. For more information, please visit the Boettcher Teacher Residency website.

Visit the website www.boettcherteachers.org
to learn more about the Boettcher Teacher Residency program

PEBC founded the Boettcher Teacher Residency program in 2004, in partnership with the Boettcher Foundation, to recruit and train new teachers to make a lasting impact on student achievement in partner schools.

Its higher education partner is Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado. Multiple Colorado school districts cooperate to provide Residency training and hiring sites including: Denver Metro – Adams 12, Aurora, Jeffco, Brighton and Douglas; San Luis Valley (Alamosa) – Alamosa, Center, Sierra Grande, Moffat-2 and North Conejos; Southwest (Durango) – Durango, Montezuma-Cortez, Dolores and Ignacio; and Southeast (La Junta/Rocky Ford) – East Otero and Rocky Ford.

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