- Contact us to learn more
- Submit the APPLICATION
- Submit Additional Materials
- Original transcript from your most recent degree or high school diploma. If you hold an international degree, first submit transcripts directly from your institution to World Education Service for an equivalency evaluation. (WES ICAP Document by Document Report is recommended).
- Copy of Montessori credential currently held.
- Three written recommendations (2 professional, 1 personal). Recommendation-Form
- Application fee, $50.00, payable to Montessori Institute – New England.
- Pre-Admission Observation & Essay
Additional Materials may be mailed to:
Montessori Institute-New England, 243 Essex Street, Beverly, MA 01915
The adult learner applying to MI-NE becomes a candidate for the American Montessori Society (AMS) Infant and Toddler or Early Childhood Credential if she/he/they holds as a minimum a four-year college degree from an accredited United States institution. An AMS Associate Credential is awarded to students who do not have a four-year college degree from an accredited United States institution. Candidates for the Associate Credential must complete all requirements of the MI-NE Course.
STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION
MI-NE actively seeks qualified students, faculty, and staff to reflect the diverse backgrounds in our Montessori global community. MI-NE strives to provide an enriching curriculum and educational experience for all students, recognizing that global teaching and learning helps form strong, positive self-concepts and develops respect for human differences. Our curriculum and philosophy encourages understanding and respect for these differences while affirming fundamental similarities of humankind. Our cooperative community encourages the exploration of new concepts and creates learning opportunities that empower adult learners to actively approach learning in an atmosphere of courtesy and acceptance.
All members of the MI-NE community are valued for their contributions, talents, and opinions. The philosophy, curriculum, and administration of our programs aim to create an inclusive and accessible learning environment with respect to all applicable non-discrimination laws. MI-NE does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, disability, age, marital status, national origin, ethnicity or veteran status, or on any other basis prohibited by federal or state law, in the employment or in the application, admission, operation, participation, access and treatment of employees and students in any of the programs and activities.
MI-NE integrates diversity and character education in each learning opportunity to empower students to actively approach each new experience with courtesy and acceptance.