Thank you for considering Sunbridge for your Waldorf teacher education. We are here to help guide you through our admissions process.
Ready to apply?
To learn about our admissions requirements and to apply to one of our programs, go directly to any of these pages:
Just starting to investigate Waldorf teaching?
If you’re still in the investigation phase of exploring Waldorf teaching and teacher education, we encourage you to take the time to look through our website. You’ll find lots of information here to help you understand what sets Waldorf Education apart from conventional schooling, what Waldorf teaching is all about, and how to prepare to become a Waldorf teacher.
Throughout the year, we offer several events designed to introduce the public, including prospective program students, to various aspects of Waldorf Education, Waldorf teaching, and Sunbridge’s teacher education programs. Our Waldorf Weekends, held in January and July, will give you a thorough grounding in the Waldorf philosophy and curriculum, while Open Days, held in October and February, provide deeper insight into Waldorf teaching and what Waldorf teacher education at Sunbridge entails. Check our Events Calendar to find upcoming dates and registration for these—and other—opportunities.
You may also want to contact a local Waldorf elementary school or nursery/kindergarten to learn what events they may have to offer fledgling Waldorf educators and others interested in finding out about Waldorf Education.
Still have questions?
If you would like to learn more about Waldorf teaching, studying at Sunbridge, or our application process, or to schedule a phone conversation or in-person meeting, we invite you to fill out our Inquiry Form or to email or call Barbara Vitale, our admissions and summer coordinator, directly at email@example.com / 845-425-0055 x20. Our offices are open most weekdays between 10-4 (although we do take time off in August); if no one is in to take your call, we promise to get back to you as soon as possible.
We look forward to helping you on your path to Waldorf teaching, and wish you a wonderful journey!
The Sunbridge Staff
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