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Teacher Certification Workshop December 3 at the Brentwood Campus of Long Island University

Learn more about a career in education -- teaching, counseling or school administration

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Morgan Lyle,Assistant Director of Public Relations
LIU Brentwood,
Long Island University
516-299-4177

Brentwood, N.Y. – Professionals interested in learning more about the New York State requirements for certification as a teacher, guidance counselor, school counselor, mental health counselor or school administrator are invited to attend a Teacher Certification Workshop at the Brentwood Campus of Long Island University.

The seminar, which will be held on Monday, December 3, 2007 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in the second floor student lounge, will be presented by Dr. Michael Hogan, associate dean of the School of Education and the director of Clinical Education and Professional Certification at the C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University. No prior background in education is required to attend.

The presentation will detail the areas of study offered at two campuses of Long Island University: the C.W. Post Campus in Brookville and the Brentwood Campus on Second Avenue in Brookville. An open forum for questions and answers will be held. There is no fee and no reservations are required.

C.W. Post's School of Education offers 17 master's degrees in subjects, including childhood education, teaching English to speakers of other languages, speech-language pathology, school and mental health counseling, educational technology and school administration and a new master's degree in adolescence education for grades 7 to 12. At the Brentwood Campus, education students can earn master’s degrees in eight different areas, including school counseling, mental health counseling, early childhood, childhood, childhood/special education, childhood/literacy, special education and literacy.

For more information about C.W. Post, call 516-299-2900 or visit the Web site at www.liu.edu/postedu; for Brentwood, contact the Brentwood Campus Admissions Office at (631) 273-5112 or visit www.liu.edu/brentwood.

Posted 11/07/2007

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