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Thank you for your interest in becoming a BVTeach student. Please read the following information to learn more about our application process.


Please note that Phase I students are all grade 9-12 students who are interested in applying to the BVTeach program. Phase II students are students in 12th grade at the time of applying to BVTeach and who are set to graduate in the Spring and apply to college. BVTeach Fellows are nominated by their teacher or a school leader. Accepted BVTeach Fellows receive additional support from the BVTeach program to help them enroll in Blinn College or go to a 4-year institution of their choice.


[Photo: Adriana Gasca Vazquez (center) is a BVTeach fellow who is currently enrolled at Texas A&M University (class of 2026) as an education major. She is pictured with her former education and training teacher Mrs. Amanda Puryear (left) and the Chief Executive Officer Dr. Delic Loyde (right) for the Hearne Independent School District].

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Who are we looking for? 

We are looking for students in 8th, 9th, 10th, or 11th graders who are interested in developing their careers in education. If you believe in making an impact in your community, then consider applying for the BVTeach Program. We are ready for you!

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Steps to Become a BVT Studet
  • The BVTeach program will empower students to acquire the necessary skills to enter, persist, and complete their college and career goals for the field of teacher education. We help students navigate through the process to be successful.
    Join the profession that prepares all other professions. Gain knowledge and skills for becoming a highly qualified teacher even before going to college. Become a student leader and an advocate for education. Gain college credit for an education degree. Get the guidance, resources, and support you need to earn a Teaching and Training credential or an education degree.
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