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CSULB Education Week

ED Week CSULB College of Education

CSULB Education Week

Monday, March 17th - Friday, March 21st

During the week of March 17th - 21st, the College of Education is sponsoring CSULB Education Week.  Activities and events are planned throughout the week to help students learn more about the College of Education's undergraduate, credential and graduate programs.

Questions?  Please write to: csulbedweek@gmail.com

Follow us on Twitter @CSULBCED for updates and pictures of Ed Week!

Monday, March 17th

Information Booth: Explore our Programs

10:30AM - 2:30PM | Location: In front of Bookstore

Learn more about our programs and have the opportunity to speak with College of Education staff and faculty!  Win prizes!
Major/Program Advisors at the booth today: Liberal Studies, Multiple Subject Credential Program, Single Subject Credential Program, Special Education Credential Program, and Masters Degree/Advanced Credential Programs.

Early Childhood Education Program Information Session

11:00AM - 2:00PM | Location: ED1-37

The Master of Arts in Education, option in Early Childhood Education program will host an information session on Monday, March 17th from 11 am - 2 pm in ED1, room 37. Please contact program coordinator Dr. Jyotsna Pattnaik (Jyotsna.Pattnaik@csulb.edu) for more information. For directions and parking information, please see the campus map. For more information on the CSULB Early Childhood Education program, please visit www.ced.csulb.edu/teacher-ed/academic/ece.

Prepare for the Education Job Fair

12:00PM - 1:00PM | Location: Brotman Hall Room 250

Do you have a strategy? How will you make the most of your time?  This workshop will address how to approach employers with confidence and make a stellar first impression, what to wear, what to bring with you, what questions to ask company reps and much more.

Movie Screening: GO PUBLIC: A Day in the Life of an American School District

7PM - 9PM | Location: Carpenter Center

 

GO PUBLIC: A Day in the Life of an American School District is a 90-minute video document of a single day in an urban public school district, from sunup to long after sundown. See and hear the people living the public school experience.

The screening will be followed by an invited panel composed of the film makers, the principal of Pasadena High School, a Long Beach district partner, moderated by Dan O'Connor.

 

 

Tuesday, March 18th

Information Booth

10:30AM - 2:30PM | Location: In front of Bookstore

Learn more about our programs and have the opportunity to speak with College of Education staff and faculty!  Win prizes!
Major/Program Advisors at the booth today: Liberal Studies, Multiple Subject Credential Program, Single Subject Credential Program, Special Education Credential Program, and Masters Degree/Advanced Credential Programs.

Tea with the Dean: An Open Forum for Students with the Dean

3PM-5PM | Location: Anatol Center

Join the College of Education ASI Senators for an open conversation with the Dean of the College of Education, Dr. Grenot-Scheyer. This is an exciting opportunity to ask questions, give feedback, and voice your concerns about your College of Education experience! Tea and Refreshments served at 3:00pm; Open Forum begins at 4:00pm RSVP and post questions/comments

Coffee Break - Hosted by the College of Education Graduation Student Association

6:30PM - 7:30PM | Location: Academic Services Room 239

The College of Education Graduate Student Association is hosting a Coffee Break on Tuesday, March 18th from 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm in AS-239. Join your fellow graduate students in enjoying a cup of hot coffee as you take a much-deserved break. Connect with GSA at cedgsa.csulb@gmail.com or www.facebook.com/CEDGSA
 


Wednesday, March 19th

Campus Advisor Luncheon

11AM-1:30PM | Location: Anatol Center

CSULB Undergraduate Advisors are invited to an information session to learn more about the College of Education bachelor’s degree, initial credentials, master’s degrees, advanced credentials and doctoral program. Lunch will be provided/Participation by invitation only.  RSVP to attend here.

COESA Spring Mixer

11AM - 2PM | Location: Lawn Between AS & ED1

All College of Education students are invited to the COESA Spring Mixer. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to explore all the different resources and programs within the college. Win prizes!! Network with students, faculty and staff! | Funding provided by CSULB ASI

Resume Writing for Education Majors

1PM - 2PM | Location: Brotman Hall Room 250

This workshop is specifically geared toward students and alumni who are interested in a career in education.  Learn how to develop a professional resume that can uniquely describe your career objectives, skills, education and experience. Hosted by a LBUSD human resources representative.

International Education Mixer

3PM-5PM | Location: Anatol Center

Come learn about the Study Abroad programs offered by the College of Education faculty and hear first-hand from the faculty and student participants.  You will have the opportunity to meet some of our international students who will talk about their experience at CSULB.  Additionally, we will have a short presentation by the Peace Corp and by The International Educator about education career opportunities in an international setting.  We encourage you to come, ask questions, make new connections, and enjoy some refreshments.

Credential Center Added Authorization Workshop

3:30PM-4:30PM | Location: ED1-42

If you are pursuing a teaching credential and would like to add an additional subject area onto your Multiple or Single Subject Credential this workshop is a great way to start that process.    During this workshop a credential analyst will give you information on "Added Authorizations".  "Added Authorizations" are available in the areas of math, science, english,art, social science, and many others.  Call 562/985-4109 to reserve your spot or email us at credentials@csulb.edu.


Thursday, March 20th

Prepare for the Education Job Fair

12:30PM-1:30PM | Location: Brotman Hall 250

Do you have a strategy? How will you make the most of your time?  This workshop will address how to approach employers with confidence and make a stellar first impression, what to wear, what to bring with you, what questions to ask company reps and much more.

Liberal Studies: The Teacher's Major

3:30PM-5:00PM | Location: AS-133

The Liberal Studies major provides a rich, rigorous, cross-disciplinary liberal arts program of study.

There are two programs in the major:

  • The Integrated Teacher Education Program (ITEP) is for students intending to become teachers who wish to combine subject matter preparation for elementary teaching with coursework leading to a Multiple Subject Teaching Credential. Graduates of this program earn a Bachelor's degree in Liberal Studies and a California Level I Multiple Subject Teaching Credential (K-8).
  • Track I is for students who seek subject matter preparation for careers in elementary education. Graduates of this program earn a Bachelor's degree in Liberal Studies and may apply to a credential program at a later time. Students in the Track I program have the opportunity to complete a concentration in a selected area of study.

Students interested in learning about the Liberal Studies programs are encouraged to come to the Liberal Studies: The Teacher's Major Workshop.

GO TEACH! Workshop: Pathways to Teaching

5:00PM-6:15PM | Location: Anatol Center

All prospective students are invited to attend our on campus spring semester Go Teach! Workshop. Advisors from our teacher preparation programs will go over the various pathways to teaching and answer any questions you may have. View event to RSVP.

Creating Safe Environments in K-12 Schools for LGBTQ Students

6:30PM-8:00PM | Location: Anatol Center

Join us for this professional development event to increase your capacity to provide culturally sensitive and supportive services in K-12 school settings for LGBTQ youth. Local nonprofit “The Center OC” will cover laws that protect LGBTQ youth in our schools, and a panel of youth will share their stories. Many thanks to our campus partners for their support:

  • Office of Equity and Diversity
  • Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies Department
  • Counseling and Psychological Services
  • Women’s Resource Center

Click here to RSVP


Friday, March 21st

Education Job Fair & Workshop Series: Preparing for a Career in Education

9:30AM-3:30PM | Location: USU

Current students and recent grads from CSULB and CSUDH are invited to attend our Education Workshop Series and the annual Education Job Fair.
 
9:30AM | The Education Workshop Series begin before the Job Fair opens. Hear from potential employeers and learn about interesting opportunities post graduation. Workshops include:
  • How to be a Compelling Applicant
  • So You Want to be a Leader at a School or College?
  • Teaching in New Settings
  • Now What? Exploring Graduate School

11:30AM-3:30PM | Meet face to face with Districts and Schools that are looking to hire someone like you! You will have an opportunity to network, submit your resume, and interview with some of the most sought after education employers.

Registration Information, Workshop Descriptions, and Career Development Center Job Fair Preparation Workshops can be found HERE

Graduate Programs Information Session

3:30PM - 4:30PM | Location: ED1-1

Learn more about the College of Education graduate programs from Nancy Levyssohn, Assistant Coordinator of the Graduate Office.  We offer advanced degrees in Counseling, Leadership & Administration, and Advanced Instruction & Research.  For a complete list of degree programs, please click here.