Stipends are available for Hawaii residents who would like to pursue a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Teacher Education (PBCTE) in Secondary Education at the University of Hawaii at Manoa's College of Education.
Emergency hires, substitutes, and educational assistants are encouraged to take advantage of the opportunity so they can expand their knowledge and gain substantial raises by becoming full-fledged licensed teachers.
Stipends cover the cost of tuition and fees, subject to availability of funds, as long as the recipient commits to three years of full-time teaching in their licensed field at a HIDOE or public charter school among other criteria.
Here are the steps to apply for PBCTE:
The deadline to apply is Oct. 1.
The 18-month program will take place as follows:
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