Why I Teach Conversation Series*
* This is one of the requirements for the $250 Try Teaching STEM Scholarship
The format of our “Why I Teach” Conversation Series will be a fireside chat. The moderator will interview a local teacher about how they decided to be a teacher, their pathway to their current position, what impact they have on students, and how education has let them live their best life. After the moderated questions, there will be time for you to ask questions, and then food will be provided along with the opportunity for informal discussions.
Guadalupe Elementary School Teacher
Wednesday, March 15 4:30-6:00 pm in Baker (180-102)
Righetti High School Ethnic Studies Teacher
Monday, May 8 4:30-6:00 pm in Baker (180-101)
Mesa Middle School Science Teacher
Thursday, June 1 5:00-6:30 pm in Baker (180-101)
Attending this talk is one of the requirements for the $250 Try Teaching STEM Scholarship. The other requirements are:
- Participating in one of the following: Learn By Doing Lab (LBDL), Teaching Assistants in Math and Science (TEAMS), Mentors Out of School Time (MOST), Sci Trek, STEM Learning Assistant, Supplemental Workshop Leader, Writing and Learning Center STEM Tutor, or be pursuing the Education and Equity Minor.
- Attend a Why I Teach Conversation
- Taking a Teaching Interest Survey
If you have any questions, please contact Christine Haas at email@example.com or (805) 756-2859
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