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Center for Engineering, Science and Mathematics Education

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Teach at Astrocamp!

Feb 15, 2018


Instructor – School Year Position

Teach at Astrocamp! We are currently hiring instructors for the Fall 2018. Astrocamp is a unique non-profit education center that specializes in astronomy and physical sciences.

Located on a forested campus near the town of Idyllwild at an elevation of 5,600 feet amidst the beautiful San Jacinto Mountains of Southern California. Over 16,000 students from 8-14 years old attend Astrocamp each year. With excellent teaching facilities we bring science to life through hands-on, experiential classes and activities. Our labs and facilities include a heated pool; extensive ropes course and rock wall, innovative classrooms, and two state of the art telescope viewing areas with CCD capabilities.

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Cal Poly Volunteer: Contact CESAME 805-756-2859

Earn your VOLUNTEER hours! Have fun and encourage the next generation!

Jan 30, 2018

National Science Bowl - Volunteer 

Volunteer to help with the Middle School National Science Bowl being held at Cal Poly on March 3, 2018!

The National Science Bowl is an educational math and science competition for teams of middle school students. This will be the second year it's being held at Cal Poly. To make it another successful year, we need the help of volunteers. Some volunteer duties include: greeting, running score cards, room monitoring, giving campus tours, etc.

Please, sign up (for an hour or MORE) to help put on this amazing event! 

P.S. We will feed you!

Questions? Please, call Jenny at: 805-756-2859

Date: 03/03/2018 (Sat.)

Location: Cal Poly Baker Science Building 180-204

Now Hiring!

Looking for a JOB?

Jan 18, 2018

There are immediate Cal-SOAP tutor/peer advisor openings at Paso Robles HS and two local middle schools.  

Current Liberal Studies students can give you more information: squiroz@calpoly.edu


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Part-Time Job Opportunity

Nov 29, 2017

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CSU EduCorps

Nov 7, 2017

EduCorps is the community of students dedicated to shaping the future through teaching.

Member Benefits:

✓ EduCorps Alerts

  • Inspiring videos, teacher talks, issues of the day, financial aid updates

✓ Events and announcements from your CSU campus 

  • Speakers, job fairs, informal gatherings, seminars, advising information, conferences

✓ Personalized Application and Credential Checklists

  • Coursework, tests, fieldwork, etc.

✓ Networking opportunities

  • Meet, chat, share with other EduCorps members


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MOXI: The Wolf Museum of Exploration + Innovation

PAID Internship Opportunity

Jul 31, 2017

MOXI, The Wolf Museum of Exploration + Innovation, located in Santa Barbara, CA, is seeking motivated, creative people for a yearlong apprenticeship in informal science education. This program includes hands-on experience through a paid internship as a member of MOXI’s floor staff team, four quarters of instruction in informal science education through UC Santa Barbara, and opportunities to interact with a diverse group of learners of all ages in a variety of settings on the museum floor, Interactive Media Theater, Exploration Lab, Innovation Workshop makerspace, and offsite at local schools, youth organizations, and public events. Apprentices also learn to develop facilitation strategies and NGSS-aligned curriculum, conduct program evaluations, train volunteer floor staff, and generate creative, innovative ideas for informal science learning. For more information about the MOXI Apprenticeship in Informal Science Education, please visit – http://www.moxi.org/apprentice.

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Get paid, earn credit and gain teaching experience with TeAMS

Jun 15, 2016

This post has been paid for by the Center for Engineering, Science and Mathematics Education, and does not reflect the editorial coverage of Mustang News. 

It’s a Friday afternoon and recess has officially commenced at Paulding Middle School in Arroyo Grande. Gaggles of middle-schoolers litter the locker-lined hallways, as Cal Poly liberal studies sophomore Emily Harrison navigates her way through the crowd to Ms. Mejia’s seventh grade math classroom. Here, Harrison is a Teacher Assistants in Mathematics and Science (TeAMS) participant, a paid early field experience for K-12 STEM teachers. Read more...

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