TEDS Advisory Committees
Advisory Committees play an integral role in developing and revising programs for the Teacher Education and Developmental Studies program at MSJC. The department depends upon the committee members to share their ideas about the skills and knowledge that students will need to succeed in today's job market.
The key goal for advisory committees is to better prepare students for careers in the early childhood education field by promoting a greater cooperation between the educational environment and community. The committees also ensure that our Child Development and Education programs are of high quality and the educational system is more responsive to the job market.
Advisory committee members have been chosen for their knowledge, skill, and experience in the field of early childhood education. Advisory members include representation from our MSJC students, faculty and administration as well as local preschool programs, K12 programs and higher educational institutions. The advisory committee is essential to the ongoing success and sustainability of our programs.
School Districts represented:
- Beaumont Unified School District
- Hemet Unified School District
- Menifee Union School District
- Murrieta valley Unified School District
- Nuview Union School District
- San Jacinto Unified School District
- Temecula valley Unified School District
Community programs represented:
- Anne Sullivan School
- Child Development Incorporated
- First Five, Riverside
- Oak Grove Center
- Riverside County Office of Education
- VIP Tots
Higher Educational Institutions represented:
- California State University, San Bernardino
- College of the Desert
- Riverside Community College
- University of Laverne