Meet Your New 2016-17 NJFEA State Officers!

The New Jersey Future Educators is pleased to announce our 2016-17 NJFEA State Officers: Clifford Kyei (President), American History High School; Julia Melao (Vice President), Arthur L. Johnson High School; Emily Normand (Secretary), Allentown High School; Naomi Campbell (Northern Region Representative), Liberty High School; Irvic Gondor (Central Region Representative), Nottingham High School; and Shannon Brogan (Southern Region Representative), Burlington Township High School. The new officers attended a special orientation and leadership training program at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA, on July 7, 2016, to begin their year of service.

We look forward to an exciting and productive year ahead with this exceptional group of aspiring future educators and leaders!

See your 2016-17 NJFEA State Officers here!

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Teaching in an urban school requires more than just knowledge of reading, writing, math or science. It takes an understanding of the challenges students also face outside the classroom.

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Meet the five NJFEA scholarship winners for 2016.

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UTA

As in all past years, the selected students for the 2016 UTA were exceptional in their academic preparation, their service and leadership experience, and in their commitment to pursuing careers as tomorrow’s teachers!

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This new website will be a great opportunity for collaboration among our Tomorrow’s Teachers instructors to enhance the quality of this course elective in high schools across NJ.

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Spotlight

2016-17 NJFEA Advisors’ Handbook Available!

 

Make your NJFEA chapter a great success!

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Membership Matters!

 

Start off 2016 by joining our growing network of NJ future educators!

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Rider University Tomorrow’s Teachers Course Credit

 

Rider University offers college credit for Tomorrow’s Teachers high school course.

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Stockton University Tomorrow’s Teachers Course Credit

 

Stockton University offers college credit for Tomorrow’s Teachers high school course.

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Fairleigh Dickinson University Tomorrow’s Teachers Course Credit

 

FDU offers college credit for Tomorrow’s Teachers high school course.

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