Educators Rising Michigan

Learn. Connect. Excel.

There are few things more important or more powerful than the opportunity to shape a young person’s mind, and that’s what teaching is at its core. It’s a job where you’re making a difference every minute. For a student, one skilled teacher opens up a world of possibilities.

Join the movement to shape the future of education.

There’s never been a greater need for smart, creative young people like you to choose teaching as a career. By joining Educators Rising of Michigan, you can set yourself on the path to becoming that innovative, skilled, life-changing teacher.

Educators Rising supports middle and high school students interested in pursuing a career in education.  Most students join through a chapter formed by a teacher at their school. If you have a CTE program, elective course, or club at your school, check with your teacher about starting a chapter. If you don’t have a program or course, start a club at your school. If you can’t wait to join, you may join as an individual. Click here

Member Benefits

  • Access to resources to help you prepare for college, develop teaching skills, and provide guidelines and toolkits to facilitate local chapter engagement.
  • Leadership opportunities in the National Ambassador & Student Officer Programs with opportunities for professional development and a national platform for your student voice!
  • Showcase your growing skills through our Competitions & Micro-credentials.
  • Connect and learn with students and aspiring and current educators across the country at our State and National Conferences and be inspired by keynote speakers!
  • Become an EdRising Honor Society member, an honor which further serves to elevate the image of teaching by highlighting high achieving students like you!

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