Akron Education Association
Representing Akron Teachers since 1946
University of Akron - Cohorts
U of A Cohort Meeting
The University of Akron College of Education Office of Outreach and Professional Learning is offering several opportunities for Akron Public School teachers to further their education by adding a master’s degree or an endorsement to their credentials. Information sessions are scheduled for March 21 at the AEA office and elsewhere in surrounding counties. Also, see this information sheet for more details.
For current information about any of the U's masters cohort programs, contact Barbara Jenkins at firstname.lastname@example.org & UA pageEveryone who takes part in a master’s degree cohort gets a scholarship – “for every 6 credits you take, you only pay for 5!” But, as an added incentive to become part of a UA cohort, we will offer an additional 1-2 credit hours of scholarship to be applied towards the first semester of your program. So, come and find out why the Akron Education Association has supported and endorsed the University of Akron College of Education and its programming for so many years. RSVP to email@example.com.
You can get a Masters Degree in Education through any of the cohorts offered by the University of Akron College of Education's Outreach Program. These popular cohorts include several benefits. The cohort allows teachers the opportunity to take classes as a group, it offers the convenience of meeting at off-site locations, and the Outreach Program assist teachers with the enrollment and semester scheduling processes. Cohorts will get "take six hours, pay for five" scholarships.
A convenient off-campus site will be determined based on the numbers generated from each county. Current offerings may vary.
If you are interested in getting your masters in education through this program, or have questions about any of the cohorts, or to enroll, you can also contact Barbara Jenkins from Akron U's Office of Outreach and Professional Learning at firstname.lastname@example.org