Galion native heads south to complete teaching internship


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Lindsey Gribble of Galion is participating in the southern student teaching program offered at Ashland University for spring 2016.

Gribble is majoring in early childhood intervention. She is the daughter of Terry and Leigh Gribble of Galion. Gribble is a 2012 graduate of Galion High School. Gribble is student teaching in Berkely, South Carolina, for six weeks.

Ashland University education majors have the opportunity to complete their internship (student teaching) in the southern United States. Partnering with school districts in Charleston, Hilton Head, Celebration (Fla.), Sarasota and St. Petersburg, the Southern Internship provides opportunities for students to enjoy six to 12 weeks of their internship and experience teaching in these southern locales. They have great experiences that often lead to that valuable first teaching position.

The mission of the Dwight Schar College of Education, an exemplary private education college in the Midwest, is to ensure that graduates will transform students, schools and society through the collaboration with expert, caring faculty who engage effective preservice and practicing educators and human service professionals.

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