Connecticut

This exciting state offers much to explore and rich opportunities to teach in the heart of New England.
Connecticut lighthouse
Rebecca Good
Student leading class session
Students engaged in learning

About Relay Connecticut

From Hartford to Waterbury, New Haven to Bridgeport, Connecticut is a mix of urban centers, coastal seascapes, and rural communities that is never far from the action. Relay Connecticut offers the Alternate Route Certification program.
 

 

CAMPUS OVERVIEW

PROJECTED 2017-18 ENROLLMENT: 100

SALARIES

AVERAGE TEACHER SALARY: $58,213
RESIDENT SALARY RANGE: $25,000 – 50,000
(varies by school partner and role)

programs

Alternate Route Certification

 

CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

Download the Connecticut Certification Highlights Guide for information about certification requirements and timelines.

HIGH-NEEDS SUBJECT AREAS

Secondary Math and Science (Grades 7-12)
Dean Rebecca Good

Dean Rebecca Good

As founding dean of Relay Connecticut, Rebecca Good is the educational leader for all programs in Connecticut. Good began her career teaching in the Miami-Dade School District. As a secondary ELA instructor at an alternative high school, she was named Teacher of the Year. Good also spent nine years at Elm City College Preparatory Middle School in New Haven, including six years as principal. Good earned her B.A. in Sociology from the University of California, Berkeley, and her M.A. in Educational Leadership from Teachers College, Columbia University.

State Highlights

Get to know more about Connecticut.

STATE POPULATION: 3.6 million

state FUN

Connecticut offers rural and coastal attractions just miles from Boston, New York, Providence, and Hartford.

Mystic is home to the Seaport Museum and Mystic Aquarium featuring historic ships and whaling exhibits. New Haven is the site of the world renowned Yale University and its Peabody Museum of Natural History, as well as some of the best pizza in the country.

Hartford, the state capital and “insurance capital of the world” due to the number of insurance companies headquartered there, is also an excellent spot to explore great literature at the Mark Twain Museum, the Harriet Beecher Stowe House, and the Wadsworth Athenium.

Those looking for a unique sports experience can head to Storrs to watch the UConn Women’s Basketball team, a veritable powerhouse boasting four straight NCAA titles and 111 straight wins before 2017.

GETTING AROUND

Public transporation is available by train, bus, and ferry around Connecticut and to nearby destinations, including New York City and Boston. A car is necessary for most Connecticut residents. Learn more.

Contact Information

Address

Relay Connecticut
PO Box 9196
New Haven, CT 06532

Email

support@relay.edu