For Educators

As an educator, you play a vital role in helping your students choose and prepare for the right career path.

To help keep you connected, educators have a direct line to our educator relations representatives. Your educator rep can help establish advisory councils, foster articulation agreements, develop educator outreach programs, and host special on-campus visits for educators. Learn more about JWU's programs for educators and high school students (1.3MB PDF).
JWU Careers Faculty/Mentor
For more information, email Ray Dube, the Providence Campus' coordinator of educator relations.

For Your Students
Your students may be earning college credit right now. JWU recognizes and accepts several high school programs for college credit.

Are you a student organization advisor? Do you teach the Culinary Essentials, ProStart or National Academy Foundation curriculum? Your students could be eligible for thousands of dollars in scholarships from JWU.

Schedule a Visit
Looking to learn more about JWU? You can schedule a field trip to the Providence Campus, where a current JWU student will take your class on a tour and answer their questions. We also offer a variety of visitor programs for your students throughout the year.

A JWU Admissions representative can also come to your classroom to speak to your students about JWU and the college selection process. To schedule a visit, contact a rep in your geographic area.

Our reps also host Admissions Information Meetings (AIMs) in various US locations year-round. View our AIMs calendar to find the event nearest you.

For more information or to schedule a visit, email Educator Relations or call 800-342-5598 x2305.

Professional Development & Training

Looking for new ideas to bring back to your classroom? JWU’s educator programs are a great way to hone your skills, gain exposure to new trends, and network with your peers. read more