What is the HomeGrown Teachers Project?
The HomeGrown Teachers Project is a collaboration of Galena Park I.S.D., San Jacinto College North and the University of Houston-Clear Lake. HomeGrown Teachers Project students take course work at San Jacinto College North and transfer to UHCL to take junior and senior level courses. While students attend college at both campuses, Galena Park I.S.D. will provide HomeGrown Teachers Project students with opportunities for employment and experiential learning. Internships and field experiences will be available in the Galena Park area for students. Galena Park I.S.D. is always looking for qualified, dedicated teachers, and your involvement in this program can be the first step in becoming a teacher in the Galena Park area.
What does the HomeGrown Teachers Project offer?
- Scholarship opportunities and financial support
- Personalized academic advising
- Core and education courses that transfer seamlessly
- Academic success development, tutoring, and mentoring
- Enriching experiences such as job shadowing, field trips, and seminars
- Training for job fairs and interviews
- Increased likelihood of employment in home district
As new programs are developed, services for HomeGrown Teachers Project students continue to grow. Galena Park I.S.D., San Jacinto College North and University of Houston-Clear Lake are committed to providing southeast Houston area students with every opportunity to make the dream of becoming a teacher a reality.
For Additional Information, contact one of the following:
Galena Park Independent School District
New Teacher Mentor/Facilitator: 832-386-1229
San Jacinto College North
University Coordinator: 281-458-4050
University of Houston-Clear Lake
College of Education: 281-283-3600
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