Archive for October, 2007

Alumni as Leaders, 2007-08

October 31, 2007

Alumni are expected to lead their professions. That’s true for any graduate school. And as with our sister institutions around the world, SIT is proud when that leadership is demonstrated. This year, there are several SIT alums demonstrating their leadershipRadmila Popovic.



“What’s New and Good?”

October 29, 2007

Marshall Brewer, Admissions CounselorMarshall reflects on his Admissions work and his MAT classes.

Besides my Admissions work — introducing SIT to language teachers around the world — I am myself working toward the MA in Teaching. Why? As part of my Admissions work, I stay in touch with alumni. Over the years I heard so many compelling and varied stories about the value of alums’ SIT educations, that I persuaded myself to join them.


Where in the World?

October 26, 2007

You can meet a representative of SIT and talk about the programs of your choice in a variety of ways. (more…)

Teach English in US Public Schools

October 26, 2007

The SIT MA in Teaching with a concentration in English as a Second Language is designed for those who would like to teach in US public schools. Besides the master’s degree, it includes a Vermont teacher’s license valid for K-12 ESL teaching and is transferable to other states. (more…)

Teach English Anywhere in the World

October 25, 2007

This post outlines the largest of SIT’s degrees in teaching. Forty-four students enrolled in September 2007. About half are not citizens of the United States.


Now is Always a Good Time to Apply

October 25, 2007

There is no admissions deadline. As a general rule, sooner is better than later. Typically, decisions are made on applications within 3 weeks of when they are complete.


What Program Meets Your Needs?

October 24, 2007

There are several program options. What language do you teach? What language would you like to teach? Whom do you wish to teach? In what setting? Why?

Here are some handy links to lead you in the direction of an answer, or answers. Remember to check in with your overall goals first. All degrees lead to the MA in Teaching. What differs is the concentration of study. (more…)