We encourage and support students from underrepresented categories to apply to our program.
Future teachers with a 3.25 GPA who intend to teach in a high need subject area may be eligible to receive a TEACH Grant in the amount of $4,000 per year ($2,000 per semester) in exchange for a promise to teach once you’ve completed a teaching credential. Please join us for an information session to learn more about the TEACH Grant and other financial aid incentives for teacher candidates.
DATE: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2018
TIME: 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
LOCATION: DEMERGASSO - BAVA HALL 101
NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
The Solar Suitcase Program was created by a partnership between PG&E and We Share Solar. The goal is to teach children about clean-sustainable energy through engineering. Once assembled, the solar suitcases are sent to local shelters and third world nations in need.
The Solar Suitcase Program is looking for volunteers to teach children about solar power and the value of contributing to communities in need. Volunteers will receive support and mentoring from STEM faculty and advisors. We Share Solar provides the Solar Suitcase curriculum for volunteers.
DATES: NOVEMBER 2018 - MARCH 2019
Volunteer Commitment: 2 hours per week (1 hour prep time, 1 hour Solar Suitcase activity).
CONTACT: Miriam Ureno Moreno, STEM Vista Coordinator
The Stanislaus State Teacher Job Fair is an opportunity for teachers and teacher candidates to meet with hiring officials and network with district personnel. District employers will review resumes and interview for teaching positions.
- Dress Professionally
- Be Prepared to Interview
- A Resume
- Letter of Introduction
- Letters of Recommendation
DATE: Saturday, February 9, 2019
TIME: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
LOCATION: Main Dining Hall
No Registration Required
The California State University, Stanislaus Student to Teacher Conference provides important and useful information, resources and teacher professional development. Workshops, facilitated by education professionals from the Central Valley and beyond, will cover a variety of innovative topics designed to support new and future teachers in their education and career goals. Serving over 200 new and future teachers each year, the Student to Teacher Conference provides a forum for educators to engage in conversation with peers and colleagues on effective teaching strategies and current educational trends.
Workshop topics will include (but are not limited to):
- Classroom Management, Leadership and Organization
- How to Clear your Preliminary Credential
- Bilingual Education
- Effective Teaching Techniques
- Substitute Teaching
- New Teacher Induction Program
- Educational Technology
- Styles of Learning and Questioning
- Working with Gifted Students
- New Teacher Panel Presentation
- Science in the Classroom
- Lesson Planning
- Financial Aid Incentives for Future Teachers
- Applying to the Multiple, Single or Education Specialist Credential Program
DATE: Saturday, March 2, 2019
TIME: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
LOCATION: Main Dining
ROBERT NOYCE TEACHER SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Support from STEM faculty and advisors to support, enhance, and provide a career in teaching
The National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program seeks to encourage talented STEM majors and professionals to become middle school and high school mathematics and science teachers.
AMOUNT: $10,000 annually (up to $30,000)
GPA REQUIREMENT: 3.0
For information contact the Stan State Teacher Recruitment and Retention Office
Demergasso Bava Hall, 307-308