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Eastern Oregon University offers a wide range of workshops, programs and events for elementary and high school students.
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EOU’s Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling offers a broad foundation in evidence-based, ethical practice for students through courses on theories, techniques, individuals, couples, families, and typical specialty areas such as trauma, addictions, and working with children.
Applications for Fall term are open now!
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Be in the classroom in 10 months after completing your Master of Arts in Teaching at EOU! The College of Education’s full-time, intensive MAT program blends in-classroom professional experience with academic preparation. Applications are due by May 1, 2023.
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EOU’s undergraduate initial teacher preparation in elementary education spans two years, pairing coursework alongside practical classroom experiences every term and culminates with full time student teaching. The program prepares candidates for an Oregon teaching license with two endorsements, Elementary – Multiple Subjects and ESOL. The Undergraduate Elementary Education application is open until May 1.
Spring term is just around the corner! Students can register for classes via Mountie Hub until April 7.
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The Eastern Oregon Career Expo will take place on April 5, 2023 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the EOU Campus in La Grande.
This regionally focused event provides a venue for local and regional employers to gain access to students and community members seeking employment opportunities including part-time, seasonal, internships, and career positions.
Listen to Dr. Shari Carpenter speak with the Pacific Northwest AG Network about the rural lifestyle in La Grande.
Get your hands dirty at Eastern Oregon University, Oregon’s Rural University. In the Sustainable Rural Systems degree, students learn about the unique nature of rural societies, environments and economies. Directly apply environmental science, resource ecology management and environmental policy to help industry and communities create sustainable development. With the project-based learning model, students become project managers doing ecological and industrial restoration work that engages communities and industry partners.
Dr. Donovan is one of the first Sustainable Rural Systems (SRS) professors at Eastern Oregon University. As a founding faculty member, Donovan will help shape the program as it grows. Donovan received a bachelor’s degree in Wildlife Management at the University of New Hampshire, a Master of Science in Recreation and Forestry at West Virginia University, and a doctorate in Environmental Science at the University of Idaho. Her experience extends to bioregional planning, working with animals, forestry, recreation and tourism, education and outdoor education, geography and environmental studies. She also worked in Costa Rica with coffee growers and analyzed ecosystem services.
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Podcasts will be uploaded weekly on Tuesday afternoons.
EOU Career Talk is dedicated to sharing career-related information with Eastern Oregon University students. We discuss topics ranging from job search, career development, resume building, interviewing, networking, and professional development.
Ashley Aguilera, a Senior majoring in Accounting, talks about why she chose EOU and the opportunities that she has encountered along the way.
Mountaineer Ascents is a series of interviews with current Eastern Oregon University students, asking why they chose EOU, what their experience has been like and what they hope to get out of their education.