Are you good with numbers? Check out what you can teach!
The best way to get hired is to commit to a subject area that is in very high demand, meaning that school districts across the state are actively hiring for these positions year-round. This gives you the opportunity to make a positive impact on students right away. Teachers are desperately needed in these areas!
Got a knack for the sciences? Find out which subject is right for you!
send official transcripts and passing CASA scores
complete CPR/AED/Heimlich and Youth Suicide Prevention training
receive full pay and benefits on Transition to Teaching permit
upon successful completion of all program requirements
Right now is the perfect time to start our program and complete the requirements to start your dream job this fall. If you’re ready to become a teacher in Indiana, just follow the steps below.
If you haven’t already, submit your application. A Program Advisor will call you to conduct a phone interview and assist you in choosing the area(s) that best match your skills and interests.
Send your official transcripts to Indiana Teachers either by mail or by eSCRIP-SAFE (if offered by your institution) as soon as you submit your application.
Click here to begin your application for the Transition to Teaching Permit through the Indiana Department of Education. Be sure to submit your CPR and Suicide Prevention documentation.
Begin looking for teaching positions immediately upon receiving your Letter of Acceptance. Use our job search resources to help you prepare – submit your resume for review, attend our webinars, follow our guide to preparing your portfolio, and practice interviewing using our sample questions.
Prepare yourself for the classroom online, at your own pace. You will log into your training and begin the Preparing for the Profession module to get started.
Start your first year teaching with full support. Once you are hired, you will begin teaching with full pay, full benefits, and full support. You receive guidance from your Indiana Teachers Field Supervisor, an experienced educator who will visit your classroom 3 times throughout the year and is always on-call to answer your questions. Click here to learn more about the requirements during your Internship Year.