Apply to the MiT Program
The Evergreen State College is following the Governor’s Safe Start plan and observation and volunteer experience should be pursued through remote interaction when possible. Should the state progress to a safe start phase that allows small group in-person gathering, all safety expectations (i.e., social distancing, healthy monitoring, contact tracking) should be followed.
Please look over the admission document requirements using the links at the bottom of the page for updated application information. Please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about current admissions requirements or if you are having trouble with the application.
Applications for spring or summer 2021 open May 1. Priority reviews of applications will take place September 1. The application deadline is November 1.
We have two options available for students to apply to the MiT program, one for graduate level and another for undergraduate level students enrolled at Evergreen:
- Graduate Degree Option– this option is our traditional option for applying to enter into our program as a graduate level student.
- Undergraduate/Graduate Degree Combined Degree Option – Evergreen has moved forward with creating the option for graduate programs to provide an Undergraduate/Graduate Combined Degree option for current Evergreen undergraduate students. MiT is excited to be launching this option beginning next Spring!
How Your Materials Are Evaluated
We consider both qualitative and quantitative aspects of your application. Top applicants will be invited for a group interview in October or December.
Qualities of a top applicant
- Interest in building relationships with students, families, and community mentors
- Commitment to a teaching career in a public K–12 setting
- Experience with individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds
- Interest in the intellectual and social development of young people
- Academic proficiency in all coursework related to their content area
- Recommended: A minimum GPA of 3.0 for the last 90 quarter hours or 60 semester hours (does not apply to Evergreen graduates)