Enrollment Opens January 1, 2020!
Two Summer Assistants to Infancy Course
(Birth to 3)
The first three years of life are the most fundamental in the development of human beings and their potential. It is a period when the core of personality, social skills, and human values are developed. An understanding of the child's development allows Montessori environments to meet the needs of the infant and foster a sense of belonging, independence, and language acquisition enabling children to feel able and capable. This course focuses on Montessori's theory of human development, specific studies in atatomy and physiology, obstetrics, nutition and hygiene, child neuropsychiatry, development of movement, development of language, music, art, and spiritual development.
with Sara Brady - AMI Trainer
There will be some online work during
the 2020-2021 school year, plus 250 hours of observation.
Summer 2020: June 29 - August 7, 2020
Tuition and Fees
Course Tuition: $10,000*
(includes nonrefundable deposit of $500 due within 10 days of acceptance)
$100 on or before May 1, 2020
$150 after May 1, 2020
Examination Fee: $500
AMI Membership Fee: $198
MACTE Fee: $200
International Student Fee: $350
Technology Fee: $100
*A two-installment payment plan is available for a service fee of $300. To inquire about alternative financial arrangements, please contact MINT at email@example.com.
In addition to tuition and fees, students should budget approximately $1,000 - $1,500 for books, album supplies, and material making.
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Did You Know?
International Students Welcome
Sara Brady - Director of Assistants to Infancy Training
Sara holds a Bachelor's degree in business studies from De Montfort University in England, the AMI Assistants to Infancy diploma from the Montessori Institute in Denver, the AMI Primary diploma from the Australian Montessori Teachers Education Foundation in Sydney, Australia, and an M.Ed. from Loyola College in Maryland. She has worked extensively in a variety of Montessori settings including all-day Montessori for toddlers, Primary, and Montessori in the home. She has enjoyed working in Nido and Infant Communities as well as conducting Parent-Infant classes. Originally from England, Sara now lives in Sydney, Australia with her husband and three children.