Future Teachers in High School
- Why UW Oshkosh College of Education & Arts Integration?
- ArtsCore Scholarship
- Professional Development
- Apprenticeships at The Paine Art Center and Gardens
- Job Shadowing Opportunities
Since its inception as a teacher-training school in 1871, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh has been a recognized leader in education. Today, the College of Education and Human Services (COEHS) is proud to be preparing the next generation of professional leaders in education, human services and counseling, who will set the pace in education reform and social change in an increasingly diverse environment.
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ArtsCore Scholarship for Future Teachers
Brooklyn is a senior at Beloit Memorial High School. She will be attending UWO in the Fall and is excited to continue on her path towards becoming an educator, following in her mother’s footsteps. The arts always brought her joy in school, and she believes that learning with ArtsCore will help her to do that for her future students!
Emily is a transfer student who will be attending UWO in the Fall. Emily has known for a long time that her calling is being an educator. She has worked extensively with children all her life, from coaching, to tutoring, to working at her local daycare. In these positions, Emily has found the greatest joy by forming long-lasting bonds with the children and their families!
As part of our summer season, the Paine offers an opportunity for high school students who are interested in education careers to facilitate hands-on artmaking and arts-integrated activities. Apprentices spend one day a week in the Studio or Children’s Garden helping visitors complete take-home projects related to the Paine’s exhibitions and gardens. The apprenticeship is a paid position, and participants learn about opportunities to engage with ArtsCore’s initiatives as they move from high school to college and into preservice teaching.
To apply, please contact Mary Pleiss, Director of Education for the Paine Art Center and Gardens.
High school students who are interested in an education career can learn more about arts integration through classroom observations and job shadowing opportunities in the Oshkosh and Appleton Area School Districts.
For information, please contact an ArtsCore District Coordinator or Arts Integration Coach.