Pathways to Teaching

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 at 7:00pm to 8:30pm

Grace Ford Salvatori Hall (GFS), 116
3601 Watt Way, Los Angeles, CA 90089

Are you interested in teaching witin the United States, or want to learn how you can teach around the world through community service? Join USC EdMonth for an event that will allow students to learn about different pathways to teaching, and network with representatives from various programs. The event will feature a faciliated discussion and a Q & A session with a panel of speakers to give attendees the opportunity to connect directly with the programs in attendance. 

The confirmed panelists are representatives of:
-Teach for America
-USC’s Rossier School of Education
-The Peace Corp
-The US Fulbright Program.

Free Chick-Fil-A and refreshments will be served! :)


ACA EdMonth is a student-led program and campaign devoted to raising awareness about the state of education in our country. We host a wide variety of events throughout the month of March (and beyond!) that engage students in a critical exploration of education, and empower them to join the movement for educational justice. EdMonth uniquely bridges the LA and USC communities, and by prioritizing marginalized students, we aim to give a platform to those that face educational inequity directly.


The USC Academic Culture Assembly is an assembly under the USG Program Board, a branch of the USC Undergraduate Student Government. ACA strives to promote and foster academic curiosity through diverse, thought-provoking programming and fostering community with our fantastic member organizations!

Our member organizations include: 
AeroDesign Team
Asian American Tutorial Project
Association for Computing Machinery
Breathe SC
Colleges Aganist Cancer 
Community Health Involvement Project
Corpus Callosum
Design for America
Fashion Industry Association
The Healing Process
Health Sciences Education Project
Inter-health Council
The Slam SCene
Society of Physics Students
Students Organize for Syria
Trojan Health Connection
Undergraduate Research Consortium
Vision for Vision

Event Type

Lecture / Talk / Workshop, Free Food




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