Learn more about organizations that support the Teacher Prep pathway.
Long Beach Unified School District
LBCC and Long Beach Unified School District have begun working together to establish fieldwork experiences for future teachers. With the support of LBUSD, Tomorrow’s Teachers have been placed in local K-6 sites to observe and tutor.
California State University – Domingues Hills, Fullerton, Long Beach
Tomorrow’s Teachers students are taught using a comprehensive, fully articulated curriculum similar to those currently offered at CSU Dominguez Hills, CSU Fullerton and CSU Long Beach, that is also aligned with the California Content and Professional Teaching Standards.
Long Beach College Promise
The Long Beach College Promise (The Promise) extends the promise of a college education to every student in the Long Beach Unified School District to create a more vibrant community. This innovative and award-winning initiative is transforming the lives of students and the city’s economic future by placing higher education within reach for all.
The Promise aims to fulfill the academic potential of all youth by offering guidance and continuous support along every step of the student experience, from pre-K through college and onto career and life. Fueling The Promise is a dynamic partnership between Long Beach Unified School District, Long Beach City College, California State University, Long Beach and the City of Long Beach.
The Promise creates a culture of college expectation, increases college readiness and improves graduation rates among Long Beach students and raises the educational attainment rates of the entire Southern California region.
LB Blast Mentoring Program
Gain early field experience by becoming a mentor through LB Blast.
TEACH Los Angeles Regional Collaborative
The mission of the Teach Los Angeles Regional Collaborative (Teach LARC) is aligned with the statewide California Community Colleges Teacher Preparation Programs (CCC TPP) to engage in developing successful teacher preparation programs by facilitating access to strategies, tools, and resources that can boost the number and diversity of students entering the education field.