Clinical Experiences, Placements and Partnerships (CEPP) at Kennesaw State University.
- CEPP coordinates all placements for foundation courses, field experiences, Yearlong
Clinical I and II and MAT placements.
- CEPP processes all Partnership Agreements with our P-12 partners and assists the KSU faculty in the establishment of professional development schools.
The YCE/Single Semester Application Opens:
Spring: August 15-September 15
Fall: January 15-February 15
[See your program coordinator]
For anthology Portfolio (formerly Chalk & Wire) questions, visit here.
Teacher Candidates planning to teach in a high-need field, check out the TEACH Grant Program.
- The TEACH Grant Program provides grants to students who are completing or plans to complete course work needed to begin a career in teaching
- Eligible students must be admitted to the Bagwell College of Education
- Students must have Junior or Senior status or be enrolled in a graduate degree program in Education
- Have a cumulative 3.25 GPA
- Students should be preparing for teacher certification in a high-need field
- Students must commit to teaching in a low-income school for a minimum of 4 years within the first 8 years of graduating or cease of enrollment
- Failure to fullfill the teaching requirement reverts the TEACH Grants to Direct Unsubsidized Loans
- The maximum award is $4,000.00. The annual amount is subject to change based on federal sequestration
- For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kudos from Collaborating Teacher
CEPP Spring 2022 Speaker Series
Education Majors! Don't miss this spring's speaker series featuring topics that benefit your future teaching career.
March 23, 12:00pm-1:00pm Join us for a discussion on "Teacher Burnout" featuring Cherokee County School District teachers, Teleah McTeer, Christina Saraiva and Brittany Stallings discussing the challenges that cause teacher burnout with Human Resources representative Lindsay Bowley.
March 30, 12:30pm-1:30pm Join Professor and Certified Counselor Dr. Missy Bradley-Johnson and Professor and Clinical Social Worker Petrina Fowler on "Recognizing the Signs of Abuse and Neglect".
April 13, 11:00am-12:00pm Join Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Rehabilitation Councelor Kate Dorrough on the "Warning Signs of Suicide in Children and Teens".
April 20, 12:45pm-1:45pm Join "Cobb County Middle School Teacher of the Year Michelle Gottenberg".
CEPP's Spring 2021 Speaker Series
The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation states:
Educator preparation providers (EPPs) seeking accreditation should have strong collaborative partnerships with school districts and individual school partners, as well as other community stakeholders, in order to pursue mutually beneficial and agreed upon goals for the preparation of education professionals. These collaborative partnerships are a shared endeavor meant to focus dually on the improvement of student learning and development and on the preparation of teachers for this goal. The partners shall work together to determine not only the values and expectations of program development, implementation, assessment, and continuous improvement, but also the division of responsibilities among the various partnership stakeholders.
Currently, the office of Clinical Experiences, Placements and Partnerships (CEPP) arranges field placements and builds partnerships with local schools in the following school systems: Atlanta Public Schools, Bartow County Schools, Cartersville City Schools, Cherokee County Schools, Cobb County Schools, Dekalb County Schools, Douglas County Schools, Floyd County Schools, Forsyth County Schools, Fulton County Schools, Gwinnett County Schools, Marietta City Schools, and Paulding County Schools.
See what our Partnership Schools say about our teacher candidates!