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Level Up! Your Education Career at Jan. 28 Event

Level Up! Your Education Career at Jan. 28 Event

Educators can take their career to the next level with the help of the free Level Up! event put on by the San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE).

The online event is an opportunity to learn how you can earn a California credential, added authorization, or bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree from a variety of local institutions.

"Instead of having to rely on researching through websites, this is a great opportunity to connect directly with colleges and universities to hear about their programs and get answers to questions you may have," said Adina Sullivan-Marlow, a coordinator with SDCOE’s Teacher Effectiveness and Preparation department.

There will be sessions from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jan. 28 for educators in a variety of roles, including those interested in becoming a transitional kindergarten teacher, expanded learning educator, instructional assistant, early childhood educator, substitute teacher, education specialist, or administrator.

Each session begins with a brief orientation followed by 15-minute breakout sessions.

Presenters include Alliant International University, Grand Canyon University, Point Loma Nazarene University, San Diego Mesa College, SDCOE, Southwestern Community College, University of California San Diego, UMass Global, United States University, University of San Diego, and Western Governor's University.

Register online.


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