Eric Schildge

Assistant Director, Teacher Leadership Programs

Eric is an eighth grade English teacher at the Nock Middle School in Newburyport, MA. He is also the Interim Assistant Director for Outreach at the Mount Holyoke School of Professional and Graduate Education (PaGE). He is active in organizing for unions and political campaigns, and he has experience working in independent, parochial, charter, and public schools. He collaborates with artists, writers, actors, journalists, and other creative professionals to bring learning to life for students. He believes in the power of live theater to build community and transform people's lives.

Recent Campus News

Eric Schildge MAT’19, assistant director for outreach at the Master of Arts in Teaching, Teacher Leadership, and Michael Lawrence-Riddell MATL’21 present a three-part online workshop on how to talk to students about the election.

Election 2020: A workshop for educators

At this contentious moment, how can K-12 educators engage students in constructive, respectful dialogue? Mount Holyoke presents a three-part workshop.

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Meet Mount Holyoke’s newest faculty 2020

Mount Holyoke’s newest faculty bring cross-disciplinary scholarship to the College’s thriving intellectual community.