Teaching and Education – Professional Organizations and Student Clubs
Extra curricular activities build upon the overall college experience. Involvement in clubs can provide a variety of skills and opportunities, regardless of prior knowledge; for instance, connecting and networking with like-minded individuals, planning and coordinating events, creating and/or implementing leadership skills and more can establish a sense of community! See the link below for a list of clubs, descriptions, and contact information. Clubs that are open to all students, includes GSS majors.
SAIL – The Summer Academy to Inspire Learning (Volunteer & Internships)
SAIL is the University of Oregon’s largest pipeline program led by volunteer faculty aimed at increasing students’ enrollment and success in college through early exposure and exploration. SAIL hosts FREE summer camps for students 8th through 12th grade. In addition to college preparatory activities in local high schools hosted by UO students. To learn more about the program, click here. To learn more about how you can be involved, refer to the SAIL Staff page here.
UO Teach Application Preparation – Study Tools
The following book will help students study for a social studies content exam that is required for their application to the UOTeach program.
Orela Social Science Secrets: Your Key to Exam SuccessKnight Library call number: LB1763.O7 M6666 2017