Summer Institutes for Teachers
This summer, you can enroll in courses that will build your knowledge in content area and improve your instructional skills.
Molloy College Summer Institutes may be taken for graduate credit or on a non-credit basis for in-service credit. All of the Summer Institutes are offered in an intensive, one-week format at either our Rockville Centre Campus or at our Suffolk Center on the grounds of Republic Airport in East Farmingdale.
The Summer Institutes are generally offered during the months of June, July and August. The course descriptions, schedule of classes and tuition rates are generally available by late winter/early spring each year.
The Summer Institutes for Teachers are broken-down into three main categories:
Advanced Placement (AP) Summer Institutes
Molloy College, in cooperation with the College Board, is offering Advanced Placement Summer Institutes to teachers of Advanced Placement courses in nineteen (19) subject areas for the summer of 2014. Click here for more information.
Summer Institutes (Non-AP)
The Summer 2014 Summer Institutes (Non-AP) will be offered in three subject areas and in a general interest area. Click on the areas below for institute descriptions and faculty bios:
- English Language Arts (7 Institutes Offered)
- Math (9 Institutes Offered)
- Science (9 Institutes Offered)
- General Interest (1 Institute Offered)
Download the 2014 Summer Institutes for Teachers brochure.
Application and Registration Instructions
General Information, Accommodations and Attractions
Institute Descriptions and Faculty Bios
The 2014 Summer Institutes for Teachers brochure will be mailed in mid-February 2014. The brochure will automatically be mailed to teachers on our mailing list. To be placed on our mailing list, please call 516.323.3554 or email email@example.com.
National Grid Foundation - Teaching Green Institute Grant Program (TGI)
Molloy College will be applying for a grant from the National Grid Foundation to continue an innovative institute that was founded in 2011: The Molloy College: National Grid Foundation Teaching Green Institute (TGI). TGI is designed to train middle school and high school teachers in environmental issues and to provide suggestions on incorporating environmentally focused curricula into their classrooms. The status of the grant should be available in March 2014 and those interested should check back at that time.
Background information, as well as information from our 2013 program, can be found on our website at: www.molloy.edu/ce/summer/TGI.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call Cindy Thomas at 516.323.3554 for more information.