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HSI Caminos Project

HSI Caminos Project

Visit Us! Our offices are located in the Bob and Barbara Ellis Education Building (EED). Find us in the EED-70 Suite.

 

College of Education Update Regarding COVID-19

Due to COVID-19, many staff are working remotely on most days. Therefore, College of Education offices will not be open normal business hours. Please continue to check the Reuniting the Beach website for up-to-date information.

Caminos Office Update: 

Caminos Learning Community,
Our offices are currently closed and we are working remotely. We are still providing services as follows:

  • Academic Coach Meetings
    • Meetings with your Academic Coach will also continue; please email Sambath Phann at Sambath.Phann@csulb.edu to schedule a meeting via Zoom.  
  • Mentorship Meetings
    • Meetings with your Mentors will continue via Zoom. If you would like to meet with your Mentor please email: Caminos.project.csulb@gmail.com to schedule. In your email please include:
      • Address your email to your Mentor
      • Your Name
      • Your Availability

Please reach out to us with any questions. Contact Yesenia our Program Coordinator at Yesenia.Hernandez@csulb.edu & Sambath our Academic Coach at Sambath.Phann@csulb.edu

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California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) is a four-year comprehensive university and Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) that enrolls over 37,000 students per year of which 39% are Hispanic.

The Caminos Project was developed to take advantage of the large scale of CSULB’s teacher preparation programs, and its institutional links to undergraduate subject matter preparation programs, to expand the number of Latinx teachers in elementary and secondary public schools.

The HSI Caminos Project is a grant-funded initiative that works in collaboration with the College of Education and the Department of Chicano Latino Studies. The grant aims to encourage Latinx students to join the teaching profession and to prepare effective, well-prepared, and culturally adaptive educators