Peer Intervention Program
What is PIP?
The Peer Intervention Program (PIP) is a collaboration between the UFT and the DOE to provide pedagogical and professional support to tenured teachers delivered by fellow expert educators, founded in 1988. PIP provides confidential one-on-one help from highly experienced, specially selected colleagues who will create individualized professional development plans with you to emphasize your strengths and improve your shortcomings.
Interested in working for PIP?
Peer Intervention Program intervenors work individually on an ongoing basis with participating teachers for up to one year, in and out of the class-room, to improve teaching skills and effectiveness in the classroom.
Request Assistance from PIP
Learn more about how PIP can support you every step of the way.
All of the support you receive at PIP is voluntary, confidential and non evaluative. It’s also compassionate and holistic. Additional services, such as wellness checks, coping mechanisms and stress management techniques, and support through our Counseling Support Services Liaison is also available.
If you have any questions, please call us at 1-212-844-0600 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.