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Mentor to a Teacher Intern

Serving as a mentor to a pre-service intern (student teacher) contributes to the development of the next generation of high-quality teachers. Having an intern in the classroom lowers the teacher-to-student ratio, enables collaboration and the sharing of new ideas and strategies, and enhances student achievement!

Mentor teachers are:

  • Tenured in Worcester County Public Schools;
  • Are effective or highly effective teachers;
  • Are considered "highly qualified" according to No Child Left Behind standards; and
  • Have been recommended by their principal.

If you are interested in becoming a mentor teacher, please ask your principal for consideration.

If you are serving as a mentor teacher or have just finished serving, the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) - in partnership with Worcester County Public Schools - provides mentor teachers with an opportunity to earn three (3) MSDE credits. To review, click or download the ABSTRACT.

For more information about our Professional Development Schools program, please click on PDS.