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Professional Organizations

 

Tomorrow's Teachers in Science & Math Professional Assoc. (c) UCR
2017-18 TTSM Officers (left to right: Savannah Sprague, Brittany Besnyl, Timothy Hughes, Kim Ortiz, Taylor Myhre, Shavonne Donoghue

 

There are several reasons for participating in professional organizations related to your (aspired) career choice.  In some professions, memberships to professional organizations are required in order to obtain licensing and/or advancement.  Perhaps, the most common reason to join professional organizations is obtaining instant association with the individuals who are most serious in the industry.  Furthermore, your membership adds to your credibility as a professional.

Membership benefits often include:

  • Networking
  • Discounts
  • Scholarships or Grants
  • Conferences and Conventions
  • Online Access to Forums
  • Magazines or Newsletters

 

Some on- and off-campus organizations related to teaching are:

On-Campus Organizations:

Tomorrow's Teachers in Science and Math (TTSM) 
TTSM provides support to future science and mathematics educators by meeting on campus on a regular basis with a common goal to develop and prepare its members for a successful career in STEM education. The organization provides many networking opportunities at and within the community. Membership is FREE.

 

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