Transdisciplinary Educational And Multicultural/Multilingual Approaches for Teaching Elementary Students - Language and Literacy
A unique new interdisciplinary/transdisciplinary training program for MMSN and CDIS students, funded by the US Department of Education - Office of Special Education Programs.
Participants will receive scholarships to support the completion of either the:
Project TEAMMATES-LL scholars enrolled in either program will receive specialized training in implementing scientifically based and culturally responsive language and literacy assessments and interventions with children in local elementary schools, with an emphasis on family and community engagement.
If you are interested in the TEAMMATES-LL scholarship opportunity, you must apply to either the MALT-MMSN (EDSP) program, January 2024 or January 2026 start date, or the MS-CDIS program, August 2023 or August 2025 start date, and then you will be invited to apply for the TEAMMATES-LL project.
NOTE: We are currently accepting TEAMMATES-LL applications for MALT-MMSN (EDSP) program candidates who will begin in January 2024. Please email us for an application. We will begin the next round of applications to TEAMMATES-LL for MS-CDIS candidates in January 2025.
Please click on the links on this page for information about each program.
For a January 2024 start (NOTE: To participate in Project TEAMMATES-LL, you must enroll in both the MMSN Education Specialist and MALT programs. Please click the button below for more information and to access the websites for the MMSN-EDSP and the MALT programs. If you are starting the MMSN / MALT programs in Fall 2023 and wish to apply, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org).
For an August 2025 start (NOTE: Students who not have not completed a bachelor's degree or a post-bacc in Communication Sciences & Disorders may apply for our "Grad-Plus" pathway, to begin in August 2024, and then apply to participate in Project TEAMMATES-LL starting in August 2025. Please click the button below for more information about the MS-CDIS program and the "Grad-Plus" pathway).
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