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Helen Leung, Coordinator,
Project TEACH
(562) 908-3464

Kathy Burdett
Clerical Support
(562) 463-7468


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  Project TEACH Program

As a Project TEACH student you will:

  • Define and reach your goals

  • Gain opportunities to network

  • Get personal assistance to define the desired teaching credential path

  • Have a personal Project TEACH counselor assist with your educational plan

  • Obtain a better understanding of the teaching field through hands on workshops and updated information.


To be considered a Project TEACH participant a student must:

  • Have a college GPA of 2.4 or higher

  • Be eligible or have completed English 35, Math 30 and Reading 23

  • Be enrolled in 6 units per semester

  • Plan to transfer to a 4-year institution 

Program Benefits

  • Foster teacher development to equip students with the necessary tools to achieve career success

  • Have, at home, access to laptop computers

  • Receive help in applying for scholarships, internships and other programs

  • Get assistance in obtaining information to help finance your education

  • Financial assistance to purchase books for those who meet program requirements

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Project TEACH is a sure-track transfer program designed to increase student retention and the transfer rate to a 4-year university/college.  The main purpose is t help students succeed in achieving their educational and personal goals.


 (This information is subject to change and modification without notice)

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