Educational Leadership at Westchester Edith Winthrop Teacher Center (EWTC)
Welcome to the Educational Leadership at Westchester Edith Winthrop Teacher Center (EWTC) program home page. Use this page as a guide to the program from acceptance to graduation.
Earn at least 32 credits
- Nell Panero, Program Leader
- Ron Valenti, email@example.com, Faculty Advisor and Internship Advisor
- Cassandra Smith, Advisor and Assistant Director
- Alissa Herbert, Certification, Graduation and Administrative Advisor
Newly Accepted Partnership Program Students
Getting Started and New Student Support
Welcome to the School of Education! Visit the Newly Accepted Partnership Program Students page for next steps. If at any point you need support, please reach out to the Office of Partnership Program Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Consult the program sequence for a suggested order of courses. Students must meet with their faculty advisor to determine their particular course of study before registering for classes.
Hunter College Catalog
To review descriptions of specific courses and academic progress standards for the program along with exit requirements please use the course catalog for the year you were admitted to the program.
Course Catalog Summer 2022 onward
Course Catalog prior to Summer 2022
Students in the Educational Leadership at Westchester Edith Winthrop Teacher Center (EWTC) program complete 600 hours of field work/internship hours across three components. Students complete all components at their current worksite or a site approved by the Education Leadership program. If placement is required, students will be placed by Program Coordinator Dr. Marcia Knoll at a Hunter College School of Education partner site.
All classes within the Leadership program include fieldwork experiences as a requirement of the course. 200 of the fieldwork/internship hours will be completed during your first seven classes.
During your first three semesters, all students will conduct 200 hours of fieldwork experiences either in your place of employment or another school or district site. These are not assigned to a specific class, but to the overall program. These 200 hours will then be added to the 200 hours from the internship seminar class, ADSUP 751.
During your final semester, you will enroll in ADSUP 751. In this class you will conduct 200 hours of fieldwork under the guidance of both your class instructor as well as an internship supervisor who will visit you in the field.
Certification and Licensure
Graduates of this program are eligible for New York State certification in both School Building Leader and School District Leader. Visit the Certification and Licensure page for information and support.
Graduation is the official completion of your program and conferral of an academic degree. In order to graduate, students must apply for graduation using CUNYFirst the semester before the semester of their planned graduation and complete any outstanding requirements by the stated deadlines. Visit the Graduation and Commencement page for complete information.