Steiner said the program was initiated to help end the teacher shortage across the country.
"There's a lot of open positions in every single subject, every single grade level," said Emily Steiner. "I know a lot of schools specifically this year had positions that never got filled."
Steiner said many of our current teachers come from the Baby Boomers generation, which means many of them are now at the point of retirement.
Furthermore, fewer young adults are choosing to go to college to become teachers.
She said that one of the main reasons some people don't become teachers is they don't have the time or the money to go back to school and get their teaching degree.
"This is a great way for them to not have to go through all of that time and spend all that money, it's just a really great alternative," Steiner said. "It's a faster, easier, cheaper route to getting certified to being a teacher."