Education News Briefs
From Issue: Volume XXI - Number 19
CSULB’s Foundational Level Math and General Science Credential program, which provided laid-off teachers with training to earn an additional credential in math or science, received the Association for Continuing Higher Education’s 2013 Distinguished Credit Program Award. The program was a partnership among the Long Beach Unified School District, the Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Network, and CSULB’s College of Continuing and Professional Education, College of Education, and College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. Call (562) 985-5827 for more information.
Long Beach City College is accepting applications for The Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program Fall Cohort. The deadline to apply is 5 p.m. on Oct. 24. The $500 million national Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program is designed to help small businesses create jobs and economic growth by providing entrepreneurs with a practical business education, access to capital, and business support services. For details or to apply, visit www.lbcc.edu/CAED, or call (562) 938-5008.
Club Z! In Home Tutoring is celebrating their 10th year of doing business in the Long Beach, Lakewood and Los Alamitos Area. They offer in-home tutoring in all subjects and for students of all ages, by tutors who have college degrees and experience tutoring. To celebrate, they are offering one free hour of tutoring for any new or returning student who joins Club Z in October. For more information, go to www.clubz.com or call (562) 425-2177.
Rolling Hills Prep School and Renaissance School -- Two schools on one campus for the same grades? How does that work? In their unique environment one school is RHP a college preparatory school for boys and girls in grades 6-12 that propels students to extraordinary heights while the other school on campus, Renaissance, is a school for college-bound students with learning differences, offering customized curriculum for boys and girls in grades 5-12. Info: (310) 791-1101.