College of Education and Human Development - George Mason University

Substitute Teachers Needed: Commonwealth Academy

Commonwealth Academy is currently seeking a substitute teacher/substitute teachers, with the possibility of a long-term placement, to be added to the active teaching pool for the 2019-2020 school year.  

Educators who thrive in the Commonwealth Academy…

Applications Open for the Balanced Man Scholarship

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity has asked the College of Education and Human Development to share the following scholarship announcement with our students: The Balanced Man Scholarship!

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CEHD's Student Success Team is looking for a motivated Tourism and Events Management student to join us for the spring 2020 semester. Interested? Read the full details by clicking on the PDF below and apply NOW!

A Message for CEHD PhD in Education Students

PESO, Mason's PhD in Education Student Organization, has asked us to share a message with all CEHD PhD students. Please read on!

Research Survey: Climate Change Education in Classrooms

As part of the College of Education and Human Development's continuing efforts to support student research here at George Mason University, we are sharing this research study participation request regarding climate change education in classrooms.

Little Scholars Hiring After School Enrichment Teachers

Little Scholars, a provider of after school enrichment classes for elementary and middle schools in the Northern Virginia area, is seeking fun and responsible college students to teach their classes.

Work Hard/Play Hard: Tips for Getting to that #FridayFeeling

Has schoolwork been piling up the last few weeks in massive quantities? Are you feeling a bit guilty for pushing off projects and papers until the last minute? It’s okay. You’re not the only one trading in that #FridayFeeling for a hot date with a textbook and your computer screen.

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CEHD Names Fall 2019 Scholarship Recipients

One of the most enjoyable tasks the Office of Student and Academic Affairs performs each semester is facilitating a number of scholarship programs that are funded by, or in the memory of, alumni of the College of Education and Human Development and philanthropists committed to student success. While our outstanding student recipients receive funds to help defray the cost of attending Mason, the faculty charged with reviewing applications benefit as well. They get a glimpse into the inspiring lives of our applicants and the potential future contributions they will make to their fields of study. The College of Education and Human Development was thrilled to award nearly $60,000 in scholarships to deserving undergraduate and graduate students for the fall 2019 semester.

Information Programs for Prospective Teachers

The Office of Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Arlington is offering Information Programs for Prospective Teachers that are scheduled throughout the area in the coming weeks.

Elementary Substitutes Needed at Tubman Elementary School

Tubman Elementary School in Washington, DC, is seeking qualified substitute teachers who are interested in working with students in preschool through grade 5.