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November 28, 2008

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WEDNESDAY December 3, 2008
EnCorps Teachers Program
Speakers: Professors from SJSU’s School of Education, plus teachers and students Time: 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Cost: none
Place: San Jose State University
RSVP: by email to Sarah, sarah@encorpsteachers.org
Web: www.e-grid.net/docs/0812-encorps.pdf

– Are you passionate about sharing your math, science or engineering expertise with students?

– Have you ever considered becoming a teacher, but youâ??re unsure about the next steps?

– Are you retiring or recently retired?

? If you answered yes to these questions, the EnCorps Teachers Program is looking for you!

? Rewire, don’t retire! ? Share your passion for math or science as a California public school teacher. ? The Governor’s EnCorps Teachers Program was launched in 2007 and is designed to help retired or nearly retired engineers, finance folks and other math and science professionals transition into teaching. Through a selective application process, qualified retiring or retired professionals will be tapped to teach in California classrooms. ? After a brief application process, qualified retiring or retired corporate professionals will be chosen to teach math or science in a California classroom starting Fall 2009. ? You can find more information at our website.? You can have the opportunity to share your passion for math or science as a California public school teacher.

To learn more, join us for an EnCorps’ information session in San Jose on December 3, 2008. ? We will be joined by professors from the school of education as well as teachers and students who can share their insights about teaching in today’s classroom.

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