Clubs and Associations are a great way to start your involvement with the Kremen School of Education and Human Development and the campus. Fresno State's student involvement offers a diverse array of co-curricular opportunities to complement your college experience.
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The Kremen School offers multiple opportunities for students to become more involved in their future profession and the community. Below are some of the clubs and associations involved with education and counseling.
We provide a community space for bilingual educators or educators of emergent bilingual students to network and share ideas, resources, and teaching approaches.
We focus on promoting excellence in the profession of counseling and hope to get members more involved in professional development, community engagement, wellness, and more.
The Dog Park at The Kremen School is a place for Fresno State undergraduate students who are interested in becoming teachers to learn about the profession and to build community.
Undergraduate and graduate students pursuing careers in Early Childhood Education and Development can make connections with other professionals in the filed.
We offer the tools necessary to foster interest in the education profession, as well as provide pre-professionals information about their rights, responsibilities, and support systems necessary to become a committed part of the education profession.
As a graduate student organization, we exist to support, develop, and advocate for Fresno State's diverse student community as it expands and contributes to the fields of higher education, leadership, and student affairs.
We focus on raising awareness about individuals living with disabilities and seek to partner with other organizations that support community presence and enhanced quality of the life for persons with disabilities.