A part of a student’s training within the final years of study at the College of Education and Human Development requires them to engage in (often unpaid) intensive fieldwork and internships, which limits their time to obtain full or even part-time employment.
Your support to COEHD’s Student Professional Preparation Fund will provide both graduate and undergraduate students with the funds needed to cover necessary expenses including, but not limited to: the completion cost of certifications, licensing exams, traveling/mileage expenses and more.
Your generous donation will support our future community leaders in the education and human development fields.
“We are proud to support UTSA’s College of Education and Human Development as it provides such a significant pipeline of high-quality educators for our city.” - Carla and John Brozovich
Dean’s Annual Fund gifts will be used to enhance any of the School’s programs, including student support, teacher education, faculty support, and outreach. With state funds declining and tuition costs rising, private gifts are taking on ever-increasing importance. By making a gift to the College of Education and Human Development Annual Fund, you’ll make a real difference by providing flexible, unrestricted resources that can be used immediately to invest in the school’s highest priority areas. Contributions — no matter the size — will go toward enriching lives, transforming communities, and bettering the world. When you give, you’ll help the College of Education and Human Development continue to consistently achieve at the highest levels across the educational landscape.
PREP - Prefreshman Engineering Program
Dedicated to engaging middle and high school students in the San Antonio community and beyond, this pre-college program prepares students for advanced studies and careers in sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Prioritizing a holistic approach to learning and development, PREP is designed to target underrepresented populations in STEM including minorities and women. To support students with connectivity (if virtual) i-pad and/or hotspot, Transportation to an internet hub, tuition.