Most people remember forever one teacher that made an impressionable difference in their lives. A few years into a career in human resources, Ursuline College alumna Neha Mehra ’13 decided she wanted to be this person for Cleveland children. This is when Mehra entered Ursuline College’s Master Apprenticeship Program (MAP).
With a deep commitment to urban teaching, Megra began student teaching during her first semester at Citizen’s Academy with the Cleveland Urban Teacher Residency Placement (CUTR). This program is a partnership between Ursuline and Breakthrough Charter Schools.
All accepted resident candidates in Ursuline’s program qualify for reduced tuition and Teach Grants.
For more information about MAP, visit ursuline.edu.