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School of Teacher Education

School of Teacher Education

Liberal Studies
SDSU Liberal Studies

Clubs and Organizations

On this page: Learn about clubs, organizations, and other ways to get involved as a Liberal Studies major.

Find information about a variety of clubs and organizations, their activities, and how to join:

College of Education Clubs & Organizations

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Aspiring Teachers and Education Leaders (atED Leaders) Peer Advisor Program

Promotes the College of Education’s teacher preparation programs by assisting individuals interested in becoming a teacher or an education leader in finding the appropriate information and resources to pursue their career.

Aztecs for Education

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A supportive network of teacher candidates whose aim is to make a difference in the community through outreach programs and to gain valuable experiences that will help us be effective teachers and learners. We Teach, Learn and Care.

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Child and Family Development Student Organization (CFDSO)

Provides SDSU students the opportunity to work with high-risk children and families in diverse settings. Students provide outreach and support to the community through volunteer activities and fundraisers.

College of Education Student Council (COESC)

As part of the Associated Students (AS), COESC provides students associated with the College of Education a chance to voice concerns or questions and brings education-related student organizations together in coalition.

College of Education Student California Teachers' Association (SCTA)

Student CTA strives to be a recognized and collaborative organization that inspires and fosters exemplary future leaders in education. We believe in developing qualified, skilled and passionate future educators prepared to address evolving challenges in the profession. Enhance your resume and broaden your networking opportunities by joining today!

Other organizations

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Educators Rising

Educators Rising cultivates highly skilled educators by guiding young people on a path to becoming accomplished teachers, beginning in high school and extending through college and into the profession.


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Amanda Sherman

Involvement is important

"Make lots of friends and be active in organizations. This sounds cliché, but it’s important.

In order to not only survive but to thrive, it is essential to have a support system to cheer you on and push you to do your best. My best friends have come from either my classes or my clubs, and the memories I have made with them are by far my greatest memories of SDSU."

— Amanda Sherman, 2017 Outstanding Graduate for Liberal Studies

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