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The Eastern Oregon Teacher Academy at Eastern Oregon University (EOU), sponsored by The College of Education, aims to graduate the brightest high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Opportunities also exist for current paraprofessionals in the field to participate. All participants will have the chance to earn EOU credit.
During this intense four-day program, the participants share in a variety of activities that will help them to better understand what teachers do and to determine whether or not they have the potential for meeting this professional challenge.
The Eastern Oregon Teacher Academy (EOTA) serves to bring the best and brightest together to learn about the teaching profession. EOTA is specifically geared towards high school students considering a degree in teaching and current paraprofessionals that wish to earn a teaching degree. Activities include participating in seminars on leadership and self-improvement and having the opportunity to listen to and interact with faculty, current College of Education students, and highly accomplished educators.
This year’s Academy tentative schedule can be found here. This will be continually updated to reflect any changes in the schedule.
Be sure to check out some of the Resources from this past year’s Academy.