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The W.K. Kellogg Foundation's Woodrow Wilson Michigan Teaching Fellowship

Fellowship information and application

Intern TeacherTeacher Preparation at WMU

Preparing teacher leaders to work with pre-K-12 students has been part of the mission of Western Michigan University since 1903. While WMU today is an internationally known research university with 25,000 students, the University has never lost sight of its roots as a teacher training institution.

School Partnerships

As a partner university in the W.K. Kellogg Foundation's Woodrow Wilson Michigan Teaching Fellowships Program, WMU will offer a strong field-based program that prepares teachers for work in rural and high-need urban secondary school settings. The University partners with:

WKKF/WW Michigan Teaching Fellows selected will receive:

The Fellowship program at WMU will lead to initial certification in mathematics, chemistry, biology and physics, with certification earned in the first year of the Fellowship program, which will ultimately lead to a master's degree.

Affiliate Programs

Mallinson Institute for Science Education
The Urban Program

News and Information

WMU part of STEM initiative announced by Obama
"New Teacher Education" by National Crosstalk
School/University Partnership Team
About WMU

Marcia Fetters, Co-director
WMU W.K. Kellogg Woodrow Wilson Michigan Teaching Fellowship Program

Patricia Resetar, Administrative Assistant
3530, Sangren Hall, Merze Tate Grants & Innovation Center
(269) 387-3661

Woodrow Wilson Foundation W.K. Kellogg Foundation