Centers and Special Projects
Collaboration is essential to the mission of the Kremen School of Education and Human Development. We pride ourselves on offering a variety of centers and special projects for our students to utilize while they study and prepare for their future.
Our centers provide a variety of services and assistance to the community. Thus creating partnerships and collaboration with school districts, diversified community members and the educational community.
Our faculty participate in many partnerships where they join other education professionals to meet the needs of students in the community. These special projects provide leadership and research-based information, training, and technology throughout the valley.
Character education resources to support educators throughout the Central Valley who provide wholesome environments for children.
CALIFORNIA READING & LITERATURE PROJECT
Statewide professional development network forming the California Subject Matter Projects.
An alternative path to a multiple subject preliminary teaching credential.
CENTER FOR ADVISING & STUDENT SERVICES
Promotes student achievement and success through proactive advising, analyzing and processing local, state, and federal documents.
CENTRAL CAL WORLD LANGUAGE PROJECT
The CCWLP strives to provide high quality, content-rich professional learning opportunities for K-16 world languages and dual immersion educators.
COMMUNITY BASED LEARNING
Increasing the quality and diversity of teachers in Fresno County, with an emphasis in teaching English language learners.
Enseñamos en el Valle Central
Enseñamos Initiative prepares Latinx teachers who can serve students in bilingual classrooms in the Central Valley. Fresno State is collaborating with its two largest feeder community colleges—Fresno City College and Reedley College.
The First-Generation Matters mentorship project connects first-gen students to first-gen faculty and staff mentors. Students receive the opportunity to build connections with mentors who have been in their shoes and understand some of the hurdles first-gen students go through.
FRESNO FAMILY COUNSELING CENTER
Nationally recognized and committed to addressing the mental health needs of Fresno County. Provides low-cost counseling services for people of all ages.
The Instructional Technology and Resource Center provides support to faculty in the utilization and integration of technology in the curriculum.
JOHN D. WELTY CENTER
The Center for Educational Policy and Leadership brings the best leadership practices to all aspects of the education system in the San Joaquin Valley in order to eliminate the achievement gap and raise the performance of all learners.
JOYCE M. HUGGINS EARLY EDUCATION CENTER
One of three early childhood centers at Fresno State located in the Kremen School of Education and Human Development.
MATHEMATICS/SCIENCE TEACHER INITIATIVE
Faculty from the Kremen School and the College of Science and Mathematics recruiting and educating mathematics and science teachers to meet the growing demand in the Central Valley.
Recruits students knowledgeable about the migrant lifestyle and prepares them to assist classroom teachers in providing instructional services to migrant children who have a priority for services.
SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY MATHEMATICS PROJECT
A stimulating and supportive professional center designed to help K-12 teachers become more knowledgeable, effective instructors of mathematics.
SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY WRITING PROJECT
Dedicated to improving the quality of writing instruction in grades K-college in Fresno, Kings, Tulare, Madera, and Mariposa counties.
An inclusive postsecondary independent living program with vocational, campus and community inclusion for students with intellectual disabilities ages 18 – 28 years.