Santa Cruz Valley Unified School District No. 35 (SCV) and the University of Arizona (UA) College of Education are looking for dedicated and determined individuals committed to making a difference in a student's life.
SCV and UA have partnered to create a unique program which supports teacher candidates both professionally and financially throughout the program. Students in the program work closely with the district throughout their teacher preparation program, completing all of the fieldwork in our district with one or more mentor teachers who are also dedicated to working with children and adolescents in Southern Arizona.
The SCV Teaching Fellows program can help you reach your goal of becoming a teacher.
How do you become an Arizona Teaching Fellow?
Please follow the directions in the section that best describes you.
Are you a high school graduate?
Are you a community college student?
Are you a college graduate looking to teach in elementary (grades K-8)?
Are you a college graduate looking to teach secondary education (grades 6-12)?
Are you a college graduate looking to teach special education K-12?
Once you receive admission to a teacher preparation program and you apply to the Teaching Fellows program, the district will consider your application, select candidates for interview, and choose Fellows for the district.
If none of these options describe you, please e-mail the College of Education-Arizona Teaching Fellows at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further inquiry, please contact Julieta Quiroz at email@example.com or at (520) 375.8267.
College of Education-Arizona Teaching Fellows