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Teachers College Hosts Preview Day April 14
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The Teachers College of San Joaquin (TCSJ) is hosting a Preview Day on Saturday, April 14, for prospective students interested in learning about the college and how it can help them start or grow their career in education. The TCSJ is part of the San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE) and housed within the SJCOE campus in Stockton.

The event is scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Teachers College of San Joaquin, 2857 Transworld Drive, Stockton.

In addition to providing information about TCSJ’s teaching credential programs, the open house will be a resource for current teachers interested in pursuing a master’s degree in education (M.Ed.), or becoming an administrator. The event will consist of a continental breakfast, information sessions, mock classes, and a question-and-answer session with current students and alumni.

“This event will allow prospective students to see for themselves what it is like to be a TCSJ student,” TCSJ College and Community Liaison Katie Turner said. “This will be a fun and informative day for anyone who is interested in starting a career in education and for teachers who are interested in pursuing a master’s degree or Administrative Services Credential.”

TCSJ credential programs include the Administrative Services Credential Program and the IMPACT Teaching Credential Program, which allows teachers to work as interns while earning their credential. The college’s five M.Ed. concentrations allows students to pursue a master’s degree in a concentration of their choice, such as special education or STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).

Those interested in attending Preview Day should RSVP at

Founded in 2009 by the San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE), Teachers College of San Joaquin (TCSJ) is the first WASC accredited institution to be housed within a county office of education and serves graduate students from across Northern California, including teachers and administrators who come from both elementary and high school settings.