Early Childhood Education

Earning a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development allows you to apply for positions as a Program Director.  You also have the opportunity to then continue on for a Master's Degree and teach Early Childhood Education at the college or university level or become a manager at an agency, such as a school district or county office of education. Your career opportunities increase with continued education.  The following programs have been approved by the ECE faculty at Shasta College.
We are updating university and program information this summer. Check back in mid-July for updates​.



     

     
    Get your Bachelor's degree paid for! If you are currently a preschool teacher in a preschool participating in the North State QRIS (Quality Rating and Improvement System), there are funds for you to take coursework at Shasta College and a university as you pursue your Associate and/or your Bachelor's degrees. For more information, contact Rea McFadden in the Shasta County Office of Education, rmcfadden@shastacoe.org​.
     
    Find other local students who are pursuing their Bachelor's in Early Childhood Education! Become part of a BOLD Cohort​

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