The Program in Teacher Preparation is proud to announce the selection of An Chu ’17, Natalie Rodriguez-Nelson ’18, and Katie Zaeh ’10 as recipients of the 2018 State of New Jersey Distinguished Clinical Intern Award.

The Program in Teacher Preparation is proud to announce the selection of An Chu ’17, Natalie Rodriguez-Nelson ’18, and Katie Zaeh ’10 as recipients of the 2018 State of New Jersey Distinguished Clinical Intern Award.  Fifteen student teachers are selected for the award each year by the New Jersey Department of Education, recognizing the recipients as the top graduates from the 25 educator preparation programs in New Jersey’s colleges and universities.  The awards were presented in a ceremony on June 13, and the Commissioner of Education of New Jersey, Dr. Lamont Repollet, spoke at the event.  An Chu did his student teaching in chemistry at Princeton High School under the mentorship of his host teacher, Janine Giammanco.  Natalie Rodriguez Nelson also taught at Princeton High School and was hosted by Richard Miller in social studies.   Katie Zaeh taught art at Trenton Central High School under the guidance of Joseph Purvis.  Congratulations to An, Natalie, and Katie and their host teachers on this recognition of their outstanding performance as student teachers!

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