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Teacher Pathway Program

2017 Teacher Pathway Program

The Teacher Pathway Program offers South Monterey County residents a 2+2+1 Elementary Education Teacher Credential pathway beginning with a 2-year AA-T in Elementary Education program from Hartnell College, followed by a 2-year Liberal Studies BA program and a 1-year Multiple Subject Credential program from CSUMB. Students take classes at the Hartnell College King City Education Center or the Hartnell Salinas campus. The Teacher Pathway Program offers students resources and support from both Hartnell College and CSUMB such as tutoring, cohort enrichment and pre-professional workshops, priority registration, stipends, targeted academic advising, and mentorship.

News and Events

Hartnell-CSUMB Teacher Pathway Program Receives Funding to Support Continued Program Growth (August 2018)

First Teacher Pathway Cohort graduates from Hartnell with their AA-T in Elementary Education (May 2018)

Growing Our Own: CSUMB Magazine profiles our students' first visit to campus. (December 2017)

Teacher Pathway Program receives generous donation at 6th annual Mariachi festival on September 9th.

Teacher Pathway Program welcomes second cohort of future educators on August 10, 2017.

CSUMB-Hartnell aims to address critical teacher shortage in region (October 2016).

Teacher Pathway Program Contact Information

CSUMB Teacher Pathway Program

Dr. Deedee Perez-Granados

  • Liberal Studies Department Chair
  • Teacher Pathway Program Director, CSUMB
  • 831-582-4322

Dr. Antonio Gallardo

  • Teacher Pathway Recruitment and Student Services Coordinator
  • 831-204-2194

Hartnell College Teacher Pathway Program

Ms. Jihan Ejan

  • Teacher Pathway Program Director, Hartnell

Mr. Sergio Diaz

  • Elementary Education Counselor
  • 831-755-6820

Ms. Erika Miguel

  • Education Advising Coordinator & Liberal Studies Advisor
  • 831-582-3937

Liberal Studies

(831) 582-4560