In ESEPP, mentees discuss their professional goals and aspirations with their mentors. Based on mentee goals, mentors will use their experience to co-determine with mentees an “artifact” to be produced by the end of their ESEPP experience. The goal is for mentors to guide mentees in producing an artifact that will enhance their exploration, understanding and/or preparedness to become an ethnic studies educator.
- COHORT 1
First Gen College Bound Students (pdf)
Liberated Ethnic Studies, Model Curriculum
Ethnic Studies at CSUN, infographic
Tips for Applying to Teacher positions
Ethnic Studies at CSUN, presentation
Ethnic Studies, icebreaker activity
Ethnic Studies, Resource List
Presentation: Intersectional Origins of Modern American Pop Culture
Curriculum plan: Intersectional Origins of Modern American Pop Culture
Proposal for Africana Studies Writing Center, Health & Wellness series
Immigrant Experience, presentation
Latinx/Filipinx Farmworkers, Unite for Justice
Presentation: Latinx/Filipinx Farmworkers, Unite for Justice
Summary of ESEPP learning, by a future school counselor
10 Step Process of Creating an Ethnic Studies Lesson Plan
- COHORT 2
Origins of Mexican Dance, 4th/5th grade lesson plan
Presentation: Origins of Mexican Dance
Mental Health in Asian and Pacific Communities
Presentation: The Tools Towards An Ethnically Aware Child
11th grade Curriculum: "U.S. History With An Ethnic Studies Emphasis"
9th grade Syllabus, "Introduction to Ethnic Studies"
Presentation: APIDA Heritage Month
Presentation: Wellness for Students
Presentation: "Bodies Make Change"
Infographic: "Bodies Make Change"
Presentation: Navigating Mental Health - A Thai American Narrative