Although Harvey Mudd does not offer a specialized track for students considering a career in education, our strong emphasis on science and engineering and the humanities and social sciences produces students that are well-equipped to become educators. Furthermore, our close proximity and ties to the Teacher Education Program at CGU creates natural opportunites for those wanting to be primary or secondary teachers.
The Career Services Office and Prof. Darryl Yong work together to provide support and guidance for students considering careers in education. We can help you
If you would like to receive pre-education related announcements and meeting notices, please subscribe the mailing list "preteach-l" by sending an e-mail to email@example.com with the following single line in the body of the message:
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Here's a hopefully-not-out-of-date list of educational outreach opportunities. You should strongly consider participating in some activities of this sort to find out if you really would enjoy a career in education or to gain experience for your resume. The Career Services Office also maintains a list of paid tutoring positions.
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