- Immediate work with students
- Financial, credentialing and job opportunity support
- Professional development and community
EnCorps offers a robust slate of professional development, including in person and online sessions. Fellows share their experience, ideas, support and best practices with a cohort of peers. Fellows and alumni build a sense of community and camaraderie through online platforms, observations and social events.
EnCorps is a two year commitment, commencing in June at Summer Residential Institute or in January for Fellows who opt to begin mid-year. During the first academic semester, Fellows engage in pre-service volunteering and high touch professional development. Fellows choose a track — Single Subject Math or Science, CTE or STEMx Expert Tutoring — for the remainder of their first year, as well as their second year.
Single Subject Credential
This traditional pathway takes 12-18 months to complete, leading to credentials in traditional core subjects (i.e. math, physics, biology) for middle and high school.
California’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) Credential credits industry experience and incorporates a variety of traditional and hybrid instruction for teaching specialized courses currently offered as electives in certain schools or districts.
STEMx Expert Tutoring
Expert tutors volunteer their time without a full career transition or a full-time teaching commitment. They receive placement, training, and professional development throughout the volunteer period (suggested 2 year minimum).
The EnCorps team would love to hear from you.