Future Teacher Student Chapter:

Participate in campus events & promote Teacher Pathways, and have the opportunity for participation incentives (book vouchers, conference attendance, etc.). 

Future Teacher Peer Mentor Program:

A team of Future Teacher Peer Mentors are available to promote Teacher Pathways both on and off-campus. Future Teacher Peer Mentors also serve as a resource for current students who are considering a career in the teaching profession. If you'd like to connect with a Future Teacher Peer Mentor or would like to request a Future Teacher Peer Mentor to attend an event, please e-mail futureteachers@cuesta.edu.

On Campus Future Teacher Events:

Event Date, Time, & Location Event Title Event Description

Monday, Nov. 4th &

Wednesday, Nov. 6th


3219 (SLO Campus - In Library)


Test Prep


Join us as we partner prepare for the California Basic Educational Skills Test - a test to demonstrate reading, writing, and mathematical skills.

Dinner is included. A Daily Parking Permit is Required.


Space is Limited. Register Here:


Cuesta College Specific Courses to Support Future Teachers:

EDUC 200 - Introduction to the Teaching Profession

Introduces instructional practices related to teaching diverse learners and presents the historical, philosophical and social foundations of American Education. Provides a minimum of 45 hours of supervised observation and participation in cooperating public schools. Note: Students will be required to complete two 2-hour observations per week between 8:30am & 2:30pm
Advisory: ENGL 156. Transfer: CSU. (Formerly ECE 213)

 MATH 220 - Math for Elementary School Teachers

Develops quantitative reasoning skills through in-depth, integrated explorations of topics in mathematics, including real number systems and subsystems; emphasis is on comprehension and analysis of mathematical concepts and applications of logical reasoning.
Prerequisites: MATH 126B, MATH 127, or MATH 128 with a minimum grade of C or better. Transfer: CSU, UC.