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Old 01-27-2010, 09:09 PM
 
Location: The place where the road & the sky collide
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There is something called the Regional Alternative Licensing Center - RALC. They will review your transcript and help you set up a program to get licensed. They mostly work with people in high needs areas - like special ed, math, CTE. You will not get a job teaching art in Charlotte without a teaching license. There are too many people out there with credentials. Schools can only have a small percentage of teachers without proper credentials and those tend to be limited to hard to fill areas. I think UNCC has a "lateral entry" teacher education program that takes about a year, but I would try to add another area of certification besides art as there aren't many art positions that become available.
I agree, that's why I asked him about the school. I suspect that she is going to school in Philly or NYC, as there are clusters of art schools in both cities. There's also a school in Baltimore. My alma mater has courses that could give her a very viable alternative, depending on her major. It's hard to advise with so little information.

I have a BFA & did not teach, but became a broadcast tech. That's a no-go with the change to digital, so I intend to take whatever & look into a Masters program for history, to teach in the community colleges.

It all boils down to getting a plan & having alternatives, given the economy.
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Old 01-30-2010, 12:32 PM
 
Location: Charlotte
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Thank you everyone for your response! My GF goes to ECU and will graduate in May and she is moving to Charlotte, so I wanted to help her find a job in teaching. Thanks again everyone!
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