You are likely to have many questions about the field of teaching. We invite all currently enrolled UCLA students to visit us at the UCLA Cal Teach office, located in 1039 Young Hall. You are invited to come investigate the various pathways to teaching, the scholarships and financial aid available, and to find out about exciting possibilities on ways to become involved. Please contact us at to schedule a meeting. If you are interested in exploring or pursuing a math teaching credential, you may also contact Julian Rojas at for advising.

Note that if you are interested in UCLA's Graduate School of Education's Teacher Education Program (teaching credential and/or master degree in education), please contact their credential counselor.


Cal Teach Advising hours (Prof. Arlene Russell) - appointment required

Professor Arlene Russell, Faculty Director of UCLA Cal Teach, holds regular advising hours during the academic year for currently enrolled UCLA students regarding the Science Education Minor, STEP program, credential programs, and other teaching career-related questions.  If you are considering any of these programs, please contact her at to schedule an appointment with her during her available advising hours.

Note that Professor Russell will meet with both science and math students, but math students are encouraged to contact Julian Rojas, Curtis Center Math for LA Coordinator ( for the most up-to-date information on math programs and advising.


For general information about the UCLA Cal Teach program:

Janice Daniel, Academic Coordinator 
1037B Young Hall 


For advising regarding Science Education Minor, or Science Teacher Education Program (STEP):

Arlene Russell, Faculty Director of UCLA Cal Teach 
1037A Young Hall 


For general information about programs and/or courses offered through the math department (Math for Teaching Major, Math for Teaching Minor):

Connie Jung, Undergraduate Advisor, Department of Mathematics 
6356 Mathematical Sciences 


For advising or questions regarding math teacher preparation programs offered through the math department (Math 105ABC, JMEP, Integrated Pathway): 

Julian Rojas, Curtis Center Math for LA Coordinator
6356B Mathematical Sciences



For information about earning a CA teaching credential, and/or the UCLA Graduate School of Education's Teacher Education Programs:

Credential Counselor 
Graduate School of Education & Information Studies 
1009 Moore Hall 
(Mon-Thu 10-3) 

UCLA's Graduate School of Education's Teacher Education Program