Is Yesonee a for-profit business?
No. Yesonee is a U.S. 501(c)(3) non-profit — in other words, we’re a charitable enterprise.
Do students have to buy their own iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks?
No. Technology is part of our academic curriculum and our daily lives at Yesonee. All needed hardware and software will be supplied to students by the school, and is included as part of their tuition.
If a student isn’t comfortable using technology, will they still be able to attend?
We expect a wide range of abilities and prior experience. Students will be provided with the training and support they need for success at Yesonee, and we also emphasize digital literacy skills that will be useful to them later in life.
How can I become a teacher in Yesonee?
Our school offers several graduate programs leading to teacher certification. You can read about these programs in greater detail online, and you can also attend a weekly information session to learn more about the application process.
Besides teaching, what other programs exist in the field of education?
There are many additional opportunities to make a difference in the field of education! We prepare our students to meet the demanding needs of a constantly changing society and to excel in a variety of roles, such as:
- school leaders
- policy experts
- academic administrators
- physical activity programmers
- health, fitness, and disease-prevention advocates
- curriculum specialists
- assessment designers
- educational researchers
If you are interested in joining our esteemed community of learners, you can begin learning more about our variety of degree and certification options here.