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After the Program

After the Program

After completion of the program, graduate students have a myriad of opportunities available to them in continuing education, professional development and careers both here in Wyoming and beyond. Students earn 32 transferable credits through the University of Wyoming — from which they’ll receive their official transcript — that are applicable toward Master’s degrees in education or environmental science from our partner universities.

Many graduate students choose to attend an accredited university partner to complete their masters, however if a Master’s degree isn’t the ultimate goal, we encourage students to consider the diverse possibilities our program offers beyond receiving a degree and also connect students with our alumni network for career opportunities.

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Partner Universities

Fellowship Opportunities

Teton Science Schools is proud to offer two Fellowship opportunities for graduates of our program. Both opportunities span a traditional school year and are designed to further the graduate’s understanding and practice of place-based education both in the classroom and in the field.

TSS-AUNE Graduate Fellowship

Successful students in our first year residency in the TSS graduate program can apply for our TSS-AUNE Graduate Student Fellows program for their second year experience. Second year students can now earn their degree either through this hands-on experience or the current second year classroom-based options at any of our partner universities. At the end of two years, graduates will earn an MEd through one year of field-based teaching, one year of classroom-based teaching, and the practical skills to bring place-based education to a breadth of learning environments. 

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Graduate Fellowship in Bhutan

Since 2008, Teton Science Schools has been supporting the integration of place-based education into Bhutan. Our fellows have the opportunity to further our work and partnership in Bhutan by living and teaching in a year abroad. Fellows will teach Master’s and undergraduate students, as well as elementary age school-children (~5-9 years old).

 

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