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SERVE Program

The SERVE (Service Experiences for ReVitalizing Education) Program creates an opportunity for students at the undergraduate level, in particular for those who are considering careers in K-12 education, to learn about the realities of urban classrooms and the needs of the diverse K-12 student population. SERVE students work with students individually and in small groups to provide academic support and encourage personal growth. It is through this involvement that CSULB students assess their careers goals and provide direct service to students and teachers in grades K-12 and their communities.

The SERVE Program is a Long Beach Education Partnership Project.  It is administered through the Center for Collaboration in Education. All students requesting SERVE placement must be enrolled in the university for the entire semester of their SERVE assignment.

District Partners & School Coordinators

Resources for our district partners and school coordinators can now be found on the SERVE s4 Online system

Steps to success in be cleared and placed in the SERVE Program: 

Step 1: Visit program information! This page will inform you of what SERVE's all about! 

Step 2: Visit clearance information! This page will help you how to get cleared and clearance times!

Step 3: After you've complete Step 1 & Step 2, you will now need to register for SERVE, please visit Online Registraion

Step 4: You completed the SERVE registration process, submitted your form. Placement information will be emailed to you within 3-4 days of submission. Please check junk/spam mail. 

Step 5: You've been placed! Now, you need to record your hours you served, please check back for this step.

Step 6: You have completed your SERVE rotation! Congratulations, You will now need to send your cooperating teacher a final evaluation link. This link will be provided soon. 

Step 7: Submit SERVE paperwork to professors.

 

Federal Work-Study Program

Please contact the Liberal Studies Department.

 Questions?

Please contact the Office of Clinical Practice at ced-ocp@csulb.edu or 562/985-5499

 

last updated — Oct 11, 2017