College of Education and Human Services

The College of Education and Human Services (CEHS) is comprised of four departments that include: 1) Curriculum and Foundations; 2) Teacher Education; 3) Counseling, Administration, Supervision and Adult Learning; and 4) Health and Human Performance

CREATE
Our Curriculum Redesign Effort
Advancing Teacher Education
(Project CREATE) is a redesign of our licensing programs to improve early childhood, middle childhood, and special education teacher education and is based on a collaborative, integrative, clinical model for teacher preparation that will result in student-focused clinically based teacher licensing programs.

INTERNSHIPS
Our College of Education and Human Services Internships are designed to provide students with the knowledge and experience to become successful teachers. The purpose of these paid internships is to provide CEHS students with the opportunity to enhance their teaching skills and have more direct contact with students.

PROGRAMS WE OFFER
Faculty members will be available from each of the College departments to offer information and answer questions about the various programs we offer. Please visit our website for more information about the many program areas available!

Formal Presentations
10:00 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. Session I
11:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.  Session II
Julka Hall Atrium

The College of Education and Human Services will host two presentations in the Atrium of Julka Hall.  At 10:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. there will be an overview of the College’s field-based teacher licensure programs and Allied Sport Professional programs.  The overview presentations will be followed up by the opportunity to meet and talk with faculty from our Early Childhood Education, Special Education, CSUTeach, Physical Education and Health, and Exercise Fitness Specialist and Sport Management programs.  Committed to student engagement and success, the College is also proud to share information about its new Cleveland Fellows Program, made possible through a jointly funded initiative of the Cleveland Foundation and the Cleveland Municipal School District (CMSD). This innovative partnership provides paid internships and stipends to undergraduate students during their final year with the goal of securing a teaching position within CMSD upon graduation. We invite you to enjoy these presentations and learn more about how Cleveland State’s College of Education and Human Services is reimagining the educational pathway for tomorrow’s educators and allied sport professionals.