You spoke, we listened.
You’ve asked for more support through the accreditation process for midwifery education institutions and programs and we are pleased to meet this request through the MAST: Midwifery Education Support Track program!
More midwives, more accredited midwifery programs.
We have a collective dream to increase the number of Certified Professional Midwives in the United States. We can do this in part through increasing the number of Midwifery Education Accreditation Council (MEAC) accredited midwifery programs. Earning accreditation comes with numerous benefits to schools, students, the midwifery profession, and the public. The accreditation journey can be challenging, but you will have support through the process and your students, faculty, and community will benefit. The MAST program is designed for every midwifery institution/program– from those newly interested in accreditation to those already accredited.
The MAST: Midwifery Accreditation Support Track program was designed to provide support and peer-to-peer mentorship to midwifery institutions and programs seeking accreditation in the United States through the Midwifery Education Accreditation Council (MEAC). The MAST program was created utilizing a combination of best practices and creative solutions to help provide support, information, encouragement, feedback, and resources for midwifery schools and programs in all phases of the accreditation journey.
The MAST: Midwifery Accreditation Support Track is administered through the Midwifery Education Accreditation Council (MEAC) in collaboration with the Association of Midwifery Educators (AME) with initial funding generously provided by the Foundation for the Advancement of Midwifery (FAM).
Liability Disclaimer: MAST: Midwifery Accreditation Support Track is a support program administered through the Midwifery Education Accreditation Council (MEAC) in collaboration with the Association of Midwifery Educators (AME). Participation in this program is voluntary and does not guarantee success in the accreditation process. Use of resources provided, including consultants and peer-to-peer mentorship program, is at your own risk. MEAC and AME are not responsible for the outcomes of resources used.