The student-teaching internship covers 14 weeks, Monday through Friday in the last semester of the program. Students are placed in a variety of school settings including public, private, Catholic, or independent schools in the greater Washington, DC, area. Students may request the school division in which he or she wants to student teach.
Out-of-area student teaching placements are available and may be arranged by the Office of Education Clinical Experiences. Students may also student teach abroad. Placements are currently available in Rome, Italy, Auckland, New Zealand, and Buenos Aires, Argentina.
For more information on any aspect of the student-teaching application process, please contact Paula Cristina Azevedo in the Office of Education Clinical Experiences.
This program will prepare you to be licensed teacher in one of the following:
- Art Education (grades K-12)
- Elementary Education (grades PK-6)
- Secondary Education (grades 6-12):
- Special Education: General Curriculum (grades K-12)
Though area school systems continue to experience budget cuts, Marymount students continue to be hired as contracted teachers upon graduation, particularly in the areas of elementary education, special education, and secondary math and science.
Your VA license can be transferred to the following states Per the National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification(NASDTEC) Interstate Agreement.
District of Columbia New Hampshire
DODEA New Jersey
Florida North Carolina
Georgia North Dakota
Indiana Rhode Island
Iowa South Carolina
Massachusetts West Virginia