Michael Crawford recently summited Mt. Borah – Idaho’s highest peak. However the Pullman, Washington native’s ultimate goal is to find a teaching job in the Treasure Valley after he completes his master in teaching degree from Boise State.
While earning his degree, Michael is also a graduate assistant in the department of Early and Special Education working with students in the Providing Exceptional Education and Raising Standards (PEERS) program.
The PEERS program helps students with intellectual and learning disabilities receive an undergraduate certificate in Community and Career Readiness Studies from Boise State.
Graduate assistantships support students pursuing a graduate degree by providing financial assistance along with teaching and research opportunities. Learn more about graduate assistantships in Early and Special Education and how to apply: