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WJU Seeks K-8 Teachers to Assist Future Teachers


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ROCKLIN, Calif., -The Education Department at William Jessup University is unique.  Undergraduate students are able to earn a BA in Liberal Studies and a preliminary Multiple Subject Credential in just four years.  Each year of their life at Jessup, students are engaged in courses designed to enable them to become exceptional K-8 teachers.

Eric Bull, Coordinator of the undergraduate program, is reaching out to the educational community in search of K-8 teachers (active or retired) who might share experiences, expertise and time assisting in the professional growth of future teachers.

"With a TWIG, you can grow a forest of Future TREES," says Dr. Bull defining the TWIG as 'Teachers Who Inspire Greatness' and  Future TREES as 'Teachers Reaching for Excellence in Educating Students'. 

If you, or someone you know, might be interested in making a positive difference in teacher education - please contact Dr. Bull at ebull@jessup.edu. or call 916-577-2278.






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