Message to Prospective Students

Spring 2017

Greetings!

Deciding to become a Waldorf educator — and then determining which Waldorf teacher education program is right for you — requires careful consideration and sometimes a great deal of research. To help make this process a bit easier for our prospective program students, we’ve put together some resources that we hope will be of use. And if you’d like more personal assistance, I’m here to help.

Just starting to investigate Waldorf teaching?
Here are some recommendations both within our website and elsewhere to help familiarize you with Waldorf Education and what it’s like to be a Waldorf teacher:

Once you’ve determined that you’re ready to pursue a career as a Waldorf teacher (or maybe you’re already teaching in a Waldorf setting but are now ready to embark on your formal education and earn your diploma), these links will tell you more about teacher education options at Sunbridge:

These links may further help you envision the Sunbridge experience:

Interested in more hands-on research? 
If you’ve done all the reading and would like to learn more first-hand, these Sunbridge courses, workshops, and events have been designed with prospective Waldorf teachers in mind:

  • Early Childhood Teacher Education Open Day  / Elementary Teacher Education Open Day
    Our twice-yearly Open Days enable prospective program students to visit Sunbridge while our programs are in session so you can learn about our teacher education offerings directly from our faculty and students. Check our Events calendar to see when the next Open Day is being held.
  • Waldorf Weekend
    This popular hands-on workshop, covering all the basics of Waldorf Education for prospective teachers and other Waldorf community members, is offered each summer and winter. Our next upcoming Weekend takes place July 21-23. (Our Waldorf Weekend almost always sells out, so register early!)
  • Introduction to Waldorf Early Childhood Education
    This Sunbridge Summer Series course covers all the fundamentals. Summer 2017 dates: June 25-30.
  • You may also want to contact your local Waldorf school to learn what events they may have to offer fledgling Waldorf educators and other interested in finding out about Waldorf Education.

Still have questions?
Contact us!
If you have any questions about Waldorf teaching or studying at Sunbridge, or if you’d like to set up a phone conversation or an in-person meeting to learn more, I invite you to fill out our Inquiry Form or to email or call me directly. My office hours are generally 10:30-3, Monday-Friday. If you’ve already applied and have a question about the status of your application, you can contact our Administrative Assistant, Jennifer Melendez, at jmelendez@sunbridge.edu or 845-425-0055 x17; Jen generally works from 8-2, Monday-Thursday.

I look forward to helping you on your path to Waldorf teaching, and wish you a wonderful journey.

Warmly,
Penelope

 

 

 

 

Penelope-Myles Voss
Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator
info@sunbridge.edu
845-425-0055 x20