The State Hornet

Sac State students have opportunity to teach English abroad

Cintia Lopez

October 15, 2015

Sacramento State students could go to Thailand for free by teaching English to children. Students are given the chance to take a year-long trip to Thailand for free and get paid to do so by teaching English in Thailand’s Chitralada Royal Palace School. Only two students from Sac State wi...

Communications student aspires to continue her professors’ legacies

Christina Medders gives credit to her educational career at Sacramento State for inspiring her to become a professor

Erika Bradley

March 14, 2014

Organizational communications major Christina Medders discovered a passion for teaching through an educational career at Sacramento State and credits certain professors for inspiring her to continue their legacy. While serving as president for the communications honor society Lambda Pi Eta, Medders dis...

Sac State teaching credential program sees large number of graduates become coaches

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Joe Davis

December 5, 2012

Greatness does not always have to be an innate quality. In the right environment, greatness is a trait that can be learned. Top-notch coaches and athletes can oftentimes be traced back to a particular lineage. In the NFL, former 49ers head coach Bill Walsh’s coaching tree includes Mike Holmgren, Mike ...

Educator Expo reaches out to students and alumni pursuing teaching

Mari Del Angel

March 16, 2012

Over 29 educational agencies participated in the Educator Career Expo at Sacramento State on Wednesday, facilitating a connection between educational agencies and individuals pursuing employment in the field of education. The expo was a free event for all students and alumni hoping to find a job in ...