Outreach and Recruitment
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.
If you have any questions about Outreach and Recruitment, please email email@example.com. We will be monitoring emails regularly.
Live your passion. Make a difference. Share your knowledge. Influence lives. Be a leader. Inspire.
The demand for passionate and dedicated teachers in California is expected to continue to grow, and the College of Education is here to help you find your path and make sure you complete it successfully. Our programs prepare education professionals who support students, families, and communities.
- Education is a career that lets you use all your best knowledge and skills to make a difference in the lives of children and their families.
- Graduates of our programs are recognized and sought after as excellent educators, and become leaders in their fields.
- We work closely with local K-12 partners to ensure strong clinical practice experiences for our candidates
- The College of Education is here to help you find your path and make sure you complete it successfully.
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Student Ambassadors (SAMs)
Student Ambassadors (SAMs) are representatives of the College of Education. They deliver a personal touch and a student’s perspective to future students. SAMs have an opportunity to build community within the college by engaging in various outreach activities within the university and throughout the Long Beach community. Additionally, SAMs assist with College of Education events, provide tours, and are available to speak to prospective students about their student experience at The Beach. To learn more about them, you can follow their Instagram page @CSULB_SAMs. If you’d like to meet with one of our SAMs and schedule a tour, please click on the visit us button on our home page.
Long Beach College Promise
The Long Beach College Promise (The Promise) extends the promise of a college education to every student in the Long Beach Unified School District to create a more vibrant community. This innovative and award-winning initiative is transforming the lives of students and the city’s economic future by placing higher education within reach for all.
The Promise aims to fulfill the academic potential of all youth by offering guidance and continuous support along every step of the student experience, from pre-K through college and onto career and life. Fueling The Promise is a dynamic partnership between Long Beach Unified School District, Long Beach City College, California State University, Long Beach and the City of Long Beach.
The Promise creates a culture of college expectation, increases college readiness and improves graduation rates among Long Beach students and raises the education attainment rates of the entire Southern California region.
For more information please visit the Long Beach Collge Promise site.
Club Mentors provide leadership and guidance to High School and Community College students interested in Teaching. With the guidance and support from Educators Rising, Club Mentors assist future teacher clubs by providing support to club advisors, attending club meetings, leading workshops, and supporting club members to prepare and participate in Educators Rising competitions. The purpose is to create a clear teacher pathway for students interested in CSULB’s College of Education.