Staff Development Opportunities


Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District

Staff Development Opportunities

Updated 1/13/2023

Baldwin-Wallace Tuition-Free Master's Degree
Adults ready to heed the call and meet the urgent need for math and science teachers in Ohio can make a career change quickly and with no tuition owed under a new initiative announced by Baldwin Wallace University and partner Meteor Learning. Read more

Bowling Green Online Programs

CAMERA (Cleveland Area Minority Educators Recruitment Association) Scholarships
The CH-UH City School District is a member of the Cleveland Area Minority Educators Recruitment Association (CAMERA). As part of their recruitment efforts, CAMERA offers scholarships to minority candidates. Since CH-UH is a CAMERA Member District, our current staff, who have been accepted into a college or university and intend to pursue a teaching license, are eligible to apply for the CAMERA scholarship.
Scholarships ranging from $500 to $1,500 may be awarded. Deadline for submission of the application is March 31, 2023. Read more and find the application link here.

Cleveland State Programs For Aspiring School Leaders 
The Center for Educational Leadership at CSU is now recruiting students for its Spring '23 program cohorts. 

Miami University/Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Master's Program
Pursue your passion with the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo while you earn your master’s online from Miami University through the Advanced Inquiry Program (AIP). Created for working professionals, the AIP is a one-of-a-kind master’s program that immerses students in collaborative inquiry and action as they champion change. Through web-based coursework from Miami and face-to-face experiential learning and field study at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, you will connect with classmates, Miami University faculty, Cleveland Metroparks Zoo experts, and community leaders locally, nationally, and globally.

The AIP is designed for students from a range of backgrounds and career stages. With professional and academic mentoring and self-designed Master Plans, students adapt their degree path to fit their interests in fields such as community-engaged conservation, inquiry-driven education, environmental justice, learning across K-12 and informal settings, animal care and welfare, green business innovation, climate change, urban ecology, human-nature relationships, environmental restoration, and public engagement in science.

Graduate tuition for all programs is greatly reduced because of support from Miami University. Applications are being accepted until February 28 here. Courses begin in May 2023.

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo will be hosting an info session on December 8. Register here.

Applicants may also contact the AIP Coordinator at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, Katie Corr, at [email protected] or 216-661-6500 ext. 4470.
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