Area of Study: SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY (MONOLINGUAL OR BILINGUAL)
Semester of Entry: Fall 2015
Application Deadline: Friday, May 22, 2015
Languages: Spanish (other languages as determined by the needs of the NYC Department of Education).
Level of Study: MASTER'S DEGREE
Program of Study: A New York State-approved Speech Language Pathology program at a college/university listed below:
|COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY||CONTACT PERSON||TELEPHONE NO.||EMAIL ADDRESS|
|BILINGUAL AND MONOLINGUAL SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY PROGRAMS|
|Adelphi University – Manhattan, Garden City and St. Joseph's College||Dr. Janet Schoepflin||(516) email@example.com|
|Long Island University - Brooklyn||Dr. Nelson Moses||(718) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Jason Rosas, M.S., CCC-SLP||(718) email@example.com|
|Teachers College, Columbia University||Catherine Crowley||(212)-firstname.lastname@example.org|
|MONOLINGUAL SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY PROGRAMS|
|CUNY Brooklyn College||Dr. Elaine Geller||(718) 951-5000 x3405||Egeller@brooklyn.cuny.edu|
|CUNY Lehman College||Lynn Rosenberg||(646) 296-4322||Lynn.Rosenberg@Lehman.cuny.edu|
|Dr. Stephen Cavallo||(718) 960-8003||Stephen.Cavallo@lehman.cuny.edu|
|Hofstra University||Dr. Kathleen Scott||(516) 463-5508||Kathleen.Scott@Hofstra.edu|
|Long Island University - C. W. Post||Dr. Dianne Slavin||(516) email@example.com|
|Mercy College||Dr. Helen Buhler||(914) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|New York Medical College School of||Kate Franklin, Ph.D., CCC-SLP - Chair||(914) email@example.com|
|Public Health||Kathleen Kaiser, M.S., CCC-SLP||(914) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|New York University||Erin R. Embry, M.S. CCC-SLP||(212) email@example.com|
|Touro College||Hindy Lubinsky||(347) 532 6300, ext. 36370||Hindy.Lubinsky@touro.edu|
Possession of a Bachelor's Degree conferred by June 30th of the current application year.
Have a undergraduate G.P.A. of at least 3.0.
U.S. Citizenship or Permanent Residency status.
If you have applied to a graduate school and your acceptance is pending, please submit a written statement to that effect. If you have been accepted as a matriculated graduate student into an approved participating Speech Language Pathology program, proof of unconditional acceptance is required.
Proficiency in English and a language other than English if applying for a bilingual extension. Languages other than English are determined by the NYC Department of Education.
Two (2) letters of reference (1 personal, 1 professional)
A non-refundable application fee of $50.00 in the form of a Money Order made payable to the New York City Department of Education.
The interview will include a personal interview and a written assessment. Interviews must be conducted in-person. Selections are made at the conclusion of all interviews which is usually mid July.
Current pedagogical or clinical employees of the NYC Department of Education are not eligible to participate in the Scholarship Program.
Applicants who have already achieved New York State or reciprocal state certification are not eligible to apply. If you are currently certified to teach, please visit www.teachnyc.net to review other routes to working in NYC schools.
Must not have benefited from or participated in any other incentive programs administered by the Department of Education (i.e., Teachers of Tomorrow, Loan Forgiveness Program, Intensive Teacher Institute in Bilingual Special Education (ITI-BSE), New York City Teaching Fellows, Teach for America, I-Start, New Visions Urban Teacher Residency Program, Success Via Apprenticeship, Math for America, etc.).
If you have completed a master's degree program in education you are not eligible to apply to the scholarship program.
The NYC Department of Education will reimburse the college or university the cost of tuition through completion of the Master's Degree. Prerequisite and undergraduate coursework, other fees and expenses are NOT covered, and are the responsibility of the student.
The following testing requirements are for candidates to obtain New York State certification:
In order to meet New York State teaching certification requirements, participants are required to take and pass the Academic Literacy Skills Test (ALST) and the Educating All Students Test (EAST) during the first year of the scholarship program.
Bilingual participants are required to take and pass the Bilingual Education Assessment (BEA) examination upon acceptance into the scholarship program.
Scholarship Program entrants must sign a contract with the NYC Department of Education. In accepting the award, they accept the provisions of the contract, which include, but are not limited to, the following terms and conditions:
Awardees must meet the standards of the college they attend and remain in good standing in their program.
Scholarship recipients must complete a minimum of 18 credits per year with a grade of B or better in each course.
Participants shall serve as New York State certified monolingual or bilingual Teachers of Students with Speech Language Disabilities two (2) years for every year the Scholarship is awarded or any part thereof. Example: The Scholarship is awarded for one and a half years; the participant will owe four (4) years of service.
Program participants are required to obtain New York State Certification as a Teacher of Students with Speech Language Disabilities (TSSLD) and if applying for the Bilingual program a bilingual extension (other than elementary) must be obtained. Please consult your advisor.
Implementation of the Scholarship Program is contingent upon the availability of resources and the staffing needs of the NYC Department of Education.
NOTE: Please be advised that due to current contract negotiations, the list of Colleges/Universities currently identified on this website as participating partners to the NYCDOE Scholarship Program is subject to change.
If you require further information, please call the Scholarship, Incentives and Speech Programs at (718) 935-2449. We look forward to receiving your application.
To apply click here.