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Sept. 15, 2022
LA GRANDE, Ore. – Teach Rural Oregon and the Eastern Oregon University College of Education are pleased to announce the selection of the inaugural class of the Oregon Rural Teacher Corps (ORTC). ORTC is part of a catalyst grant partnership with the Rural Schools Collaborative in order to provide peer support, travel money, classroom supplies, professional development and financial assistance to a select group of current EOU Master of Arts in Teaching candidates who choose to teach in rural and underserved communities in Oregon.
Funding for the ORTC is provided through generous grants from the following organizations:
The following is the initial class of 12 candidates from throughout Oregon:
The inaugural program will run through 2023 and will conclude with a formal celebration in mid-June during EOU’s graduation weekend.
To learn more about Teach Rural Oregon visit eou.edu/teach-rural-oregon/.
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