Each One, Teach One
Each One, Teach One is a collaboration between the college and Tucson Unified School District Mexican American Student Services, and offers TUSD high school students the opportunity to learn and share knowledge about their community and culture.
The phrase Each One, Teach One is an African proverb that originated in the United States during slavery when Africans were denied education. When someone learned how to read or write, it became their responsibility to teach someone else. The idea is to spread knowledge for the betterment of your community.
This program will teach you how to give back to your community by learning and sharing knowledge with future generations.
Scholarships available to fully fund students through the year-long program!
About the Program
WHAT WILL YOU DO IN EACH ONE, TEACH ONE?
As a student in the program, you will meet once a week to learn how to teach ethnic studies. Once a month, you will teach the same lesson plans you learned to a TUSD elementary school class.
WHO IS EACH ONE, TEACH ONE FOR?
The program is open to all TUSD high school students in a Career and Technical Education (CTE) program.
WHAT WILL YOU GAIN FROM EACH ONE, TEACH ONE?
- Take a course through the University of Arizona
- Experience teaching in an elementary school classroom
- Learn and share knowledge about your community and culture
- Engage in your community
- Receive a certificate of completion from the University of Arizona