By Milan Daler
Since its original founding in 1982, the Center for Anthroposophy (CfA) has operated in New Hampshire as an independent teacher education institute for the training and professional development of Waldorf teachers and those who stand with them as administrators, counselors, trustees, staff members, parents, and friends of Waldorf education worldwide.
As of this year, CfA has grown to include seven programs––both online and face-to-face––ranging from introductory foundational studies and teacher training to advanced professional courses in specialized areas, such as Renewal Courses, professional leadership, mentorship training, and the pedagogical application of the therapeutic arts through CfA’s newly-formed Kairos Institute.
Courses meeting in person are offered mostly in New Hampshire, though some have been held in satellite locations around the country from California to Florida, Alaska to Maine. In addition, CfA’s affiliation with the Waldorf teacher education program at Antioch University New England, based in Keene, NH, makes it possible for prospective and practicing Waldorf elementary and high school teachers to earn AWSNA recognized teaching certificates as well as the option of a fully accredited graduate-level Master’s degree in Waldorf education from Antioch.
While these programs will continue to be offered primarily in the Granite State, CfA’s administrative office will be operating out of Tennessee as of this school year, due to the recent move of our administrator, Milan Daler. Regular postal mail should now be sent to:
Center for Anthroposophy
P.O. Box 15
McMinnville, TN 37111
Office phone number (603) 654-2566, and email address email@example.com remain unchanged, as do our “home bases” in New Hampshire for our fall and spring residencies in Keene, NH, and our summer programs in Wilton, NH.