The Upper Valley Educators Institute contributes to the improvement of education by helping mature, remarkably talented people enter the teaching profession. UVEI's Class of 2017 carries on this tradition of excellence. In addition to their solid academic preparation, the majority of the interns had experience in other careers before deciding to become teachers.
The Current Class
Twenty-one individuals from a wide range of experiences and professional backgrounds comprise the Teacher Class of 2017. Our interns live throughout New Hampshire and Vermont, and some have relocated to the northeast from other parts of the United States to participate in the program.
This photo of the new class and the faculty was taken at orientation in August.
To find out how you can become a UVEI intern, see the Request More Info button located at the top right of this page.
More than 1000 men and women have graduated from the program. On average over the last three years, 81% of UVEI teacher graduates found positions as full- and part-time teachers, education specialists, assistant teachers and permanent substitutes, while some graduates work in other education-related fields including school libraries or in guidance.