Put your math or science degree and knowledge to work by changing the lives of urban high school students. A unique program, Transition To Teaching (TTT) at CSUDH prepares you to become an effective math or science teacher in just one year, and get paid while you're finishing your credential.
If you've ever dreamed of becoming the kind of teacher who inspires students to learn, TTT will get you there with:
TTT participants work fulltime as teachers in Los Angeles, Lynwood, Compton and Inglewood Unified School District middle and high schools while earning their credential. What's more, they earn full salary and receive benefits while teaching.
Taught by CSUDH College of Education faculty and district personnel, classes are held in the evening, typically twice a week, to accommodate the fulltime schedules of participating teachers. Classes are conducted at remote locations close to the school where you'll be teaching, and parking is free.
TTT's accelerated program means you'll complete your preliminary Single Subject Credential in just one year.
As a TTT participant, you'll enjoy access to teacher education courses made available exclusively to TTT participants.
TTT participants receive three years of individualized coaching from classroom and subject-matter experts. Your coach will be available to help you learn the ropes, build your confidence, meet the challenges, and reap the rewards of teaching in today's urban high schools.
Your advisor will help you at every step of the journey as you make the transition to teaching--from applying to CSUDH to enrolling in teacher education courses to applying for a teaching position.
You'll earn $5,000 in tuition reimbursement plus $150 each semester (fall and spring) to use toward textbooks.
You'll emerge from TTT as a member of a strong peer network that supports your success throughout your teaching career.