Welcome Future Teachers to the 2016-17 School Year!

It is with great pleasure that I welcome future teachers from all over New Jersey to the 2016-17 school year. NJFEA is very pleased to encourage and support high school and middle school students who are considering careers as teachers.

As future teachers, you will face several formidable challenges but will also experience some of life’s greatest rewards. Teaching is a profession where you can truly make an everlasting difference in the lives of students.

Please join us at our upcoming NJFEA regional conferences where you will meet highly accomplished educators as well as attend exciting and provocative break-out sessions on a variety of topics pertinent to teaching. Enroll in your high school’s Tomorrow’s Teachers course elective where you will learn about important pedagogical topics as well as experience first-hand working in a classroom under the direction of a highly skilled teacher.

Start or join your school’s NJFEA chapter. Meet other students who share your interests in becoming teachers. Participate in your NJFEA chapter’s school/community service projects. Enroll in one of the summer urban teacher academies sponsored by The College of New Jersey, Rider University, Richard Stockton University, or Fairleigh Dickinson University. Read “The SmartBoard” our NJFEA newsletter that is e-mailed four times annually.

Meet our NJFEA student officers who represent you! NJFEA annually serves thousands of aspiring teachers from all over our New Jersey and we welcome your membership for only $10, a great value.

It remains an honor and privilege for me to serve NJFEA, and I look forward to meeting you in the year ahead. My motto is “Children and children everywhere and every child is sacred.” I hope that you too will embrace my passion and dedication for the important work that teachers do.

Warm wishes,

Larry Fieber

Executive Director, Center for Future Educators

NJFEA State Director


Teacher certification is a process that takes time and patience and leads to the award of a lifetime teaching credential.

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

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

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

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2016-17 NJFEA Service Projects Announced!


Ending hunger and advancing literacy are the NJFEA service themes. Get your chapter on board today!

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Atlantic City is Waiting!


Join us on November 11, 2016 for the NJFEA Field Trip to the NJEA Convention! Spaces fill fast, so register today!

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Tomorrow’s Teachers Instructors: Join Us Online!


Our new website for Tomorrow’s Teachers instructors is a great way to collaborate with your peers. Check it out, give us your feedback, and contribute to the site contents!

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Membership Matters!


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

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2016-17 NJFEA Advisors’ Handbook Available!


Make your NJFEA chapter a great success!

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