Funding your education can be a challenge. Fortunately, there are many resources available to help pay for school and reduce your debt. TeacherCertification.com has compiled a variety of information on financial assistance for future teachers:
To learn more about these resources and how they can help you fund your education, visit TeacherCertification.com. On their About Us page, you can also learn more about their mission and meet the experts behind their resources.
The College Corps, part of the CaliforniansForAll program, hires students to serve in local after-school programs and non-profit organizations. As a fellow, you’ll provide computer programming enrichment for third through sixth graders and develop a curriculum. Don’t have programming experience? Don’t worry – training is provided.
SJSU undergraduate students who complete 450 hours of service through the College Corps can receive up to $10,000 to help pay for college. This historic state-level investment in service is a win-win for students and their communities.
Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to serve your community, gain valuable skills, and reduce your college debt. Contact the Center for Community Learning & Leadership at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
The City of San Jose, in partnership with the Career Center, is hosting an event to explore career opportunities at the City Rotunda on Thursday, April 6th from 12:00-3:00 pm. Representatives from every city department will be available to engage with students interested in learning about career opportunities relevant to their majors as well as active vacancies (internships and careers). Faculty can also explore synergies with City departments on any potential class projects, assignments, or research projects.
The event features guest speakers, SJSU President Teniente-Matson and newly elected Mayor Mahan, welcoming students to the event and expressing their shared commitment to enhancing partnerships in community, workforce, and policy development. The event also includes an Exploration Fair & Open House with free swag and an ice cream truck. Students are encouraged to meet with at least three department tables to receive free ice cream. Walking groups will be organized from the ADM building to the San Jose City Hall at 12.15PM, 12.30PM, and 1PM for those who may need to find their way. Students and faculty are welcome to walk over on their own at any time between 12-3:00 pm.
The STAR Program is a unique opportunity for students looking to pursue a career in K-12 education. This 9-week summer program provides students with the chance to gain valuable research experience and get paid for it. Here are the key details you need to know:
Junior level standing by January 1st, 2023
Enrolled at a California State University, Heritage University, Southern University, or Noyce Scholarship campus
At least 18 years old by the start of the program
US Citizen, PR, or DACA grant holder
Desire to pursue K-12 STEM education as a profession
No previous research experience is necessary
Priority deadline: February 15th, 2023
Program dates: June 12th – August 11th, 2023
Placement phase: February – April 2023
To apply, students will need a resume, unofficial transcripts, and a reference from their professional network. Visit StarTeacherResearcher.org to learn more and apply today! This is a fantastic opportunity for students to gain valuable research experience and build their identity as a teacher and researcher. Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity!
Best Grad Photo will be on-site during the Commencement ceremony to take official graduation pictures. The photos can be purchased through a unique link that will be emailed to the students a week after the ceremony.
Best Grad Photo will be back in the Spartan Bookstore for FREE makeup photo sittings. The photo sitting is free, and there is no obligation to purchase the photos.
Additionally, Best Grad Photo is offering a deeply discounted Micro Icon Photo Session for $12. This is a chance to be photographed on campus in front of SJSU’s most notable landmarks, by a professional photographer. There is no obligation to purchase the photos.
Register for a FREE makeup photo sitting in the Spartan Bookstore or for a discounted Micro Icon photo session by clicking this link or copying and pasting the link below to your browser.
Applications for STAR 2023 are available now. If you are pursuing a career in K-12 STEM education, please visit the website and apply for a summer of transformative research aimed at building your identity as a teacher-researcher. Applicants should have junior standing by January 1, 2023, to apply.
No previous research experience is necessary
The priority deadline for applications is February 15, 2023
Applications will continue to be accepted until March 1st, 2023.
Paid summer research opportunities for aspiring K-12 STEM teachers
Authentic research in national, private, and university lab settings weekly education workshops
Opportunity to present their research at a national conference
Online application and full program details can be found on our website at StarTeacherResearcher.org. To date, the STAR program has provided over 851 research opportunities for 613 individual STAR fellows.
The 2023 summer will feature in-person, remote, and hybrid placements.
Online applications, a video overview, and full program details can be found on the website: StarTeacherResearcher.org.
SJSU² Mentoring & Meetups is a partnership between the SJSU Career Center, SJSU Alumni Association, and the campus community which connects mentees (current SJSU students) with mentors (alumni and/or other industry professionals) to support mentee career success.
Explore potential careers by connecting with SJSU Alumni and other Industry Professionals.
Gain career advice on how to break into a field.
Grow your professional network in your career or industry of interest.
Students in EDSE 124 include undergraduate juniors and seniors from a variety of disciplines. About 30-50% of students are Math ITEP students. Other concentrations include but are not limited to Special Education minors, Communication Disorders, Child Adolescent Development, and Music Education.
This semester, students are working on a Social Justice Lesson Plan, in which they are attentive to the needs of emergent bilingual students, students with disabilities, and lessons that center on taking social action.
We hope you can join us on Wednesday, November 30 – 7:30pm-9:30pm, located at SH230.
There will be refreshments available and a brief survey at the end.
The Lurie College of Education Student Success Center (SSC) is looking for a part-time student assistant to help provide general operations support to the SSC. We are looking for a student who can commit to work around 15-16 hours/week between the hours of 10am-12; 1-2pm (until 3pm on Mondays). Students should be *work study* recipients. Both undergraduate and graduate students can apply.
Interested students should send a resume to Francesca Teixeira, Interim Lurie SSC Lead, email@example.com
Below is an overview of tasks the student assistant would help with:
Greeting students and referring them to other campus offices and resources as needed
Managing and supporting the Lurie SSC SM accounts
Creating SM posts
SSC Newsletters will be diverted to social media post campaigns
Checking inventory for PPE and office supplies
Replenishing snacks & managing snack inventory
Managing Lurie SSC email sending general replies and forwarding complex emails to advisors
Answering main Lurie SSC line, checking voicemails
Helping with SSC events & workshops
Supporting SSC live online chat (possible)
Basic website editing (possible)
Please Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Apply to get student research supplies! If you are a graduate, credential or undergraduate student enrolled in the Lurie College of Education you are able to apply for up to $250 for research supplies. Students are limited to one research request per fiscal year and these applications are due on May 1st.
Apply for funding for conferences you are presenting at! Applicants must be presenting at a conference and have proof of their acceptance to the conference. This is for graduate, credential, or undergraduate students in the Lurie College of Education, you will be eligible for one conference travel award per fiscal year. These applications are due by May 1st, 2023.