Opportunities for Teachers and Educators
menu-icon
Search

Opportunities for Teachers and Educators

Opportunities for Educators

From teacher re-certification courses – online, on-campus, or in your district – to Read to Succeed and Common Core, to workshops and speakers who inspire and strengthen our teaching community, you’ll want to stay tuned in to these ever-changing opportunities for educators.

Masters Series

The Masters Series at Converse is a purposeful gathering of Converse alumnae with the goal of continued professional development. Attendees receive 1 hour of recertification credit.

Read More >>

Gifted and Talented Certification Courses

The Converse College Department of Education and Office of Graduate Studies offers Gifted Endorsement and certification courses, funded by a grant from the South Carolina Department of Education.

Read More >>

Graduate Education Degree Programs

Whether you’re looking for initial certification or to advance your career with an MEd or EdS degree, Converse offers a variety of affordable online or on-campus degree programs specifically designed to help educators succeed.

Read More >>

Alternative Certification in Art Education

Converse’s Alternative Certification in Art Education program is an introductory intensive with three online courses and monthly, on-campus meetings. All coursework can apply towards a Masters in Education (MEd) – Art Education, should the participant so choose at the successful conclusion of the alternative certification process.

Read More >>

Read to Succeed Literacy Courses

Whether you are a district interested in contracting with Converse or an individual teacher looking for affordable online literacy courses, Converse can help you fulfill R2S state requirements.

Read More >>

TeacherStep.com

Common core, math education, ELA, graduate credit, and advancement credit offered as 100% online courses. Start anytime and take up to 9 months to complete.

Read More >>

News regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus in the United States is changing rapidly. The most up-to-date information and resources can be found on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website and the South Carolina DHEC website.

  Click here for Converse Community Updates
close
open