SUNY Urban Teacher Education Center
(SUTEC)

What does SUTEC do?
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They work with 17 individual SUNY campuses who send student teachers to NYC.
* They also work with students who plan on student teaching in New York City schools
* They publish a newsletter to keep you aware of information regarding teaching in NYC
* They host seminars to support student teachers in NYC.
* They help student teachers with housing in NYC.

NYC Housing Information for Student Teachers:
Most SUNY Oswego student teachers live with family and/or friends while in NYC.
SUTEC makes arrangements with university housing agengies and other residential offices in NYC, for a limited number of spaces.
In the end, the cost is comparable to what a room on campus would cost after you receive the housing subsidy.
To learn more come to the Center for Urban Schools or click on the site below:
http://www.suny.edu/sutec/SUTECresource.cfm

Seminars:
Once you have been accepted to student teach in NYC, you will receive information about orientation and other professional seminars hosted by SUTEC.
These seminars will provide you with an opportunity to meet other SUNY students who are teaching in NYC, and share ideas and experiences with them.

Contact Information:

Acting Director Natalie Lukas
SUNY Urban Teacher Education Center
City Department of Education Offices
65 Court Street, Room 605
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Phone: 718/935-5515
Fax: 718/935-2798/
www.suny.edu/sutec

Assistant Regina Anderson
SUNY Urban Teacher Education Center
718-935-5515
718-935-2798 (fax)









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09/29/05, Pat Russo
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