Become an ECE, Elementary, or Secondary Teacher in Colorado
The PEBC Teacher Residency program prepares you for an exceptional career as an early childhood, elementary, or secondary teacher through a hands-on licensure program. As a PEBC Teacher Resident, you will be trained and supported by expert instructors and coaches who are committed to your success. Residency experiences are offered in public, private, and charter schools in rural, urban, and suburban schools across Colorado.
One of the most important factors in the achievement of students is the preparation and quality of the teacher. We believe that all students deserve inspiring and effective teachers who engage them in learning. PEBC offers two pathways into the profession that support learning and rigorous preparation for the field.
Teacher of Record Pathway
Teachers of Record are supported by PEBC mentors and coaches as they serve as the sole teacher in the classroom.
Teacher Residency Pathway
Teacher Residents gain support from PEBC coaches as they work side-by-side with a mentor teacher in the classroom.
More Resources for Future Teachers
Our friends at TEACH Colorado have free tools and resources to make applying to our program and becoming a classroom teacher easier! Create an account today and immediately access resources including:
- An interactive application checklist to keep you on track.
- $100 fee reimbursement towards application and testing expenses.
- 1-on-1 expert advice for any question along the way.
- How-to guides for eligibility, applications, testing and finances.
- A chance to win a $1,000 scholarship toward tuition.
From Corporate America to ECE
What does it mean to be a pre-service teacher in the midst of a global pandemic? If you are PEBC Teacher Residency it means learning alongside mentor teachers from day one, establishing connections with colleagues, and deep study of the PEBC Teaching Framework just like you would in any year. In this episode Tyler Hansen shares his journey from corporate America to Early Childhood Education via his experience as a PEBC Teacher Resident, and John Kearny, Director of Recruitment and Alumni Engagement for the PEBC Residency Program, shares his role as a teacher educator who cares deeply about ensuring that each and every resident develop the tools to create rich cognitive engagement for their students.
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Meet Our Alumni
Autumn Wright’s life could have taken many paths, between IT, philosophy or teaching. A chance encounter with folks from PEBC, and an introduction to the teacher residency program, sealed her fate, and she has never looked back.