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Interested in going into education? Community college slates webinars to help prepare the way.

Clackamas Community College is holding two webinars for those interested in becoming teachers. CCC's teaching and education programs help prepare students to enter the classroom as effective instructors or become education leaders. COURTESY PHOTO: CLACKAMAS CC - Clackamas Community College is planning a pair of webinars for those interested in going into teaching. • K-12 Teacher Webinar — 5-6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6

Participants will learn about becoming a lead teacher for elementary students and above. This event is for those looking to study elementary education or pursue a transfer degree in the subject they would like to teach. • Early Childhood Teacher Webinar — 5-6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 7

Participants will learn about becoming an early child care provider and working with infants through preschoolers. This event is for those looking to pursue a degree or certificate in Early Childhood Education.

"If you want to shape the minds of the future and make an impact in the classroom, CCC's teaching and education programs are the right choice for you," said Mayla Morgan, CCC teaching and learning outreach navigator.

Webinar attendees will be entered to receive a free tuition waiver for a course up to four credits, a value of $468.

To register, visit https://forms.gle/PdTYat85ipFf3vtF6. For more information, contact Morgan at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

To learn more about CCC's teaching and education programs, visit www.clackamas.edu/teaching-education.


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