Explore this website. There is a tremendous amount of information about all of the education majors offered at The W, related opportunities for education-based experiences offered through student programs and the departments of the Child and Parent Development Center (CPDC) and Center for Educational Support (CES), as well as community-based support provided by the School of Education throughout our surrounding communities. Students looking for practical education-based work experience should explore opportunities within the School, particularly as student worker staff at the CPDC and with Jumpstart. Check out our Student Organizations for ways to network and connect with your colleagues.
Meet with your major's Program Coordinator. Your Program Coordinator will serve as your academic advisor and will keep you informed about what you should do to maintain successful progress in your graduate studies.