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Leadership and Collaboration (ITF) graduate program now accepting applications

This submission was written by Julie Mitchiner.

The ITF Certificate program begins each year in May and our next cohort will begin May 2018.  The program begins with a hybrid course, which is 3 days on campus in mid May and then continues online for 4 weeks. The second course is completely online and is scheduled for mid June - mid July. The dates vary slightly every year. The deadline for application is March 15, 2018.   

The students in the ITF program have a wide diversity of backgrounds and are professionals or emerging professionals (in the process of obtaining professional degrees) who have an interest in working with deaf and hard of hearing infants, toddlers and their families. Our courses are interdisciplinary and thus are co-taught by faculty with different academic backgrounds and experiences. Program directors also represent different fields (I am from Education while Linda is from Counseling). In the course of the program you will encounter instructors who likely have similar interests, experiences, and training as you have, as well as those who bring diverse perspectives and experiences.

If you would like more information or would like to set up a time to chat, let us know when you are available and the best way to get in touch (videophone, Skype, FaceTime, etc.).  If you would like to visit campus, please let us know, as we would welcome the chance to meet you and answer any questions you may have.

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Dr. Linda Lytle, co-director ITF Certificate Program and Professor Department of Counseling

 Dr. Julie Mitchiner, co-director ITF Certificate Program and Associate Professor, Department of Education

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