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How To Apply

Thank you for considering the Reimagined In-Service Teacher Education Program for your Waldorf teacher education!

Certificate Program

About the Reimagined In-Service Teacher Education (RITE) Certificate Program:

 

RITE is an AWSNA prototype program under the umbrella of Great Lakes Waldorf Institute (GLWI). Students will receive their certificate from GLWI.

 

RITE is a one-time, 30-month training program designed to offer participants robust coursework that honors the realities of managing time, travel, and cost. 

 

Over the course of this training our instructors and coordinator will glean critical information about what our current and future in-service teachers need to make teacher training a practical reality. 

 

The RITE program welcomes applicants who are currently teaching at an AWSNA recognized Waldorf school. RITE encourages all qualified individuals who are interested to apply. When making decisions regarding admissions, each candidate's studies, work, and life experience are taken into consideration.

Application Process

To begin:

  • Complete an online application form

  • A completed application includes:

    • Application form​

    • Current resume

    • Personal statement

    • Two letters of recommendation sent directly to Lori Kran, RITE Coordinator, Great Lakes Institute Admissions Office, at lori.kran@greatlakeswaldorf.org

    • One-time $50 application fee

Email application materials and questions to Admissions Coordinator Kira Chard at admissions@greatlakeswaldorf.org.

If mailing any materials, please send to:

Great Lakes Waldorf Institute

Ed Dept., Mount Mary University

2900 N. Menomonee River Pkwy

Milwaukee, WI 53222

 

Non-Discrimination Statement: Great Lakes Waldorf Institute, Inc., encourages broad public support and participation in its management and activities, and shall not discriminate in any manner whatsoever against any person on the basis of race, nationality, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, or mental or physical handicap or disability in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, and any other programs. We are committed to reflecting the diversity of our society and creating space for historically excluded and underrepresented groups to participate in all aspects of the corporation's management and activities.

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