|Organization Name (Sorted Descending)
|Amador County Office of Education
||County office of Education providing Special Education and related services to Amador County Unified School District.
|Aspire Public School
||Aspire Public Schools is a not-for-profit organization that builds and operates small, high-quality public charter schools to prepare urban students for college. Aspire Public Schools is a positive catalyst for change in California’s educational system, and a national leader for operating high-performing urban schools. We believe that college prep begins in kindergarten, and we strive to build a rigorous, thoughtful curriculum both during and afterschool to meet this need for students. Individuals who join Aspire will become part of a schoolwide team and a statewide network of highly motivated and respected professionals. For more information, please visit www.aspirepublicschools.org.
|Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco / Camp Mendocino
||Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco (BGCSF) is dedicated to providing children and teens with safe, fun places to learn and grow, with professional staff who offer support and guidance, serving as caring mentors and role models. One aspect of Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco's programs is our Mendocino Summer Sleep-away Camp. Camp Mendocino is a nationally recognized program where counselors work with children 8 -15 of all backgrounds to help them gain the qualities needed to become responsible citizens and leaders. We are a residential summer camp serving kids from the Bay Area and Northern California.
||Private Elementary K-6
|Calaveras County Office of Education
||Calaveras County has a rich heritage of education that dates back over 150 years. During the Gold Rush, small private schools fulfilled the educational needs of the families, and were often held in the homes of the teachers. After state legislature set up the framework for a public school system, Calaveras County soon had six schools in operation. Today, the schools within our county are among the finest in the state and continue to aim for excellence in education.
|California Montessori Project
||K-8 Public Charter School with 6 campuses in the greater Sacramento area, providing research-based Montessori learning environments to parents as an educational alternative.
|City of Sacramento
||The program helps children throughout the Sacramento region gain knowledge, expand their universe outside neighborhood boundaries, provide opportunities to grow and flourish, build and develop trust, and create and fulfill dreams. With this in mind, the program promotes youth development and builds on individual student assets. Teaching to the whole child helps the child form new friendships, develop new interests, and enhance self-esteem. Positive youth development promotes social and emotional growth and greater attachment to school which, in turn, translates into enhanced learning opportunities during the regular school day.
|Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District
||Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District is located off Interstate 80 in Northern California. Lying near the halfway point between San Francisco and Sacramento, the cities of Fairfield and Suisun enjoy a balance of the rural Central Valley and the bustling Bay Area, that is distinctly their own. Unified in 1968, F-SUSD has an enrollment of 21,300 K-12 students, and is comprised of 28 schools including 3 comprehensive high schools, 3 middle schools, 1 adult school, and 17 elementary schools.
The District office is located at 2490 Hilborn Road, in Fairfield. The central switchboard can be reached at (707) 399-5000.
|Fortune School of Education
||Established in 1989, Rex and Margaret Fortune School of Education is a comprehensive educator preparation institution. Working with a consortium of California school districts, it also helps school districts develop their teacher hiring pool with qualified teacher candidates. Once hired, these candidates become full-time teacher interns, receiving salary and benefits as they take courses to earn their credential or master’s degree.
|Franklin-McKinley School District
||FMSD serves over 9900 students in grades ranging from Pre-school to eighth grade. We are located in the internationally recognized Silicon Valley and offers teachers opportunities to work with children of a rich, multicultural background, including children from Central and South America, Asia and other parts of the World.
|Fremont Union High School District
||Located in the heart of Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area, the Fremont Union High School District currently serves over 10,000 students in a 42 square mile area covering all of the City of Cupertino, most of Sunnyvale and portions of San Jose, Los Altos, Saratoga, and Santa Clara in Santa Clara County.
|Gateway Community Charters
||Non-profit Charter School Organization
|Huntington Learning Center
||Huntington Learning Center is the oldest and most respected provider of supplemental education services in the world. For over 30 years we have been helping students of all ages get the "best education pissible".
|Konocti Unified School District
||The Konocti Unified School District believes that the life-long relationships we create with our students and their families are one of our greatest strengths and achievements. We have modified our district structure to create four separate K-8 neighborhood schools. Each of these schools is the “hub” of its neighborhood, supplying education, drama and music performances, art exhibits, athletic facilities and events, nutrition, and social/family activities. We feel that, with the help of our neighborhood volunteers, we can actually provide a more complete, stronger program than ever before.
|Liberty Union High School District
||Secondary High School District
|LINC Housing Corporation
||LINC Housing is a nonprofit organization that builds affordable homes and provides life-enhancing services for low-income seniors, families and special needs populations.
|Los Angeles Unified School District
||Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) is the second largest district in the nation serving more than 730,000 students. Our diverse and culturally rich student population is increasing, and so is our need for qualified, dedicated teachers and school support staff. The District offers exceptional opportunities for teachers. We believe teachers are shapers of the future, and we are committed to educational reform and innovative instructional programs that are aligned to state standards. The LAUSD provides a supportive and dynamic environment for making a difference in young lives and enriching the student-teacher experience.
|Marysville Joint Unified School District
|Mt. Diablo Unified School District
||Nestled at the base of Mt. Diablo, in the suburban Eastern San Francisco Bay Area just 27 miles from San Francisco, the Mt. Diablo Unified School District is a richly diverse K-12 public school district serving the educational needs of over 33,987 (11-12) K-12 students, and an additional 10,529 (11-12) adult students. The district includes the cities of Concord, Pleasant Hill, Clayton; portions of Walnut Creek, Martinez, and unincorporated areas including Lafayette, Pacheco, Pittsburg, and Bay Point.
Mt. Diablo has over 55 school sites and programs. The district’s statistics for ethnic/racial diversity, average class size, test scores, numbers of English Language Learners and the primary languages they represent, mirror those for the State of California as a whole.
|Natomas Unified School District
||Natomas Unified School District serves approximately 9,500 students. The district consists of seven K-6 elementary schools, one K-8 school, one 7-8 middle school, two comprehensive high schools, and one alternative high school. In 2009, a New York Times study named Natomas Unified the second most diverse district in the nation. NUSD is building programs to address current needs of students and 21st Century skills for the future. Many areas of emphasis are available to students including a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Academy, Marketing, Communications, Gifted and Talented Education, Early College Academy and the creation of a K–12 International Baccalaureate Program.