Mini-Corps participants are full-time, undergraduate students who are pursuing careers in education. Mini-Corps participants work as teacher assistants in public schools providing direct instructional services to migrant children. Mini-Corps participants work under the direction of certificated teachers and are supervised by a Mini-Corps College Coordinator. Participants are paid an hourly wage for their work in the program and also receive monthly training where they learn strategies to work with their students and can later implement as a classroom teacher. The Mini-Corps Program provides a unique opportunity for future teachers to network in local schools.
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