PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The Temple Education Scholars (TES) Dual Enrollment Program is a year-long program, designed for college-bound high school seniors to take a full semester’s worth of education courses at Temple University in a supportive environment. Students engage deeply in coursework to earn college credit that will apply to a variety of two-and four-year colleges and universities, including a Bachelor’s degree at Temple from the College of Education. This program prepares students for future employment as educators with the School District of Philadelphia. Students will take five college courses in the College of Education that count towards program requirements for majors in Early Childhood Education, Middle Grades Education, Secondary Education, and Human Development/Community Engagement. While not all TES participants may ultimately pursue admission to Temple, a major in education, and/or a career as an educator, all will certainly benefit from the course offerings, the relationships with peers, TES program staff, and Temple professors, and the experience of successfully completing five college courses. Visit https://education.temple.edu/academics/programs/pre-college-programs/temple-education-scholars for more information.

COLLEGE CREDITS EARNED

  • A maximum of 15 college credits can be earned

LOCATION (This program may be virtual)

  • Temple University

SCHEDULE 

  • 5 days at school
  • 5 afternoons per week on Temple’s campus

AVAILABLE SEATS

  • 15 available seats

NEXT STEPS

  • Complete and submit the Google S.Y.O.P. application (be sure to indicate TES as one of your program preferences)
  • Qualifying students will be invited to participate in an interview
  • Students will be notified of acceptance by June 2021