CONVENIENT

CITE partner programs take place on weekends and school holidays, so you don’t have to slog through hours of coursework after working a whole day. We’ve designed these courses to work for you. And during your program, we work with you to ensure you get exactly what you need to succeed.

AFFORDABLE

CITE courses are affordably priced — often far below other programs. Not only that, we are upfront about all fees. You’ll never be surprised by an additional fee, and your tuition is locked in for the entirety of your program. We also offer financial aid through our partner colleges.

PRACTICAL

During your coursework, you will build real-world skills and meet the people you need to further your career. We host student and alumni events so that you can network with our strong community of professionals. 25% of principals in NYC are CITE partner program grads, and we are in nearly every district office. Our alumni coordinator ensures you get the chance to take advantage of this large and diverse pool of resources.

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RULES AND REWARDS

WHAT CITE DOES

CITE Partner Programs

CITE brings you a variety of programs, including Master’s Degree programs, Certification Programs, a Doctoral Program, and Certificates of Advanced Study. Students and alumni earn a $50 thank-you for each person you send us who starts any cohort program. Students looking to advance your career through additional certifications may do so through our partner programs. Please let us know what questions you have. We’re happy to talk you through your options! 877-922-2483

Educational Leadership

With The College of St. Rose (please click for information):

With The Sage Colleges:

With Concordia University of Wisconsin

Professional Development

CITE PD facilitators are former building and district level leaders from the NYC area. Our workshops are tailored to your school’s individual needs, and your vision. We work on staff training and parent workshops. Popular topics include College Access for All, Social-Emotional Learning, and Parent Engagement. 

For information, please visit www.citepd.com 

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Bring a cohort even closer to home!

CITE is now partnering with districts to create
cohorts in Bilingual Spanish, Special Education,
and TESOL individual pathways courses.
We will establish a cohort of affordable weekend courses,
in any district, for a class of 15-20 students.
For information, email John Russo (click here)

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