Community College Stipends*

SF SEED
3-5 units
SF SEED

6-9 units

SF SEED

10-12+ units

$310 $620 $930

 

4-Year University Stipends*

SF SEED

3-12+ units

Title V BA Stipend

12+ units

Up to $1,200 Up to $3,700

 

*Award levels are determined by the number of degrees applicable courses passed with a C or higher grade, fund availability, financial aid status, and Title V employment.

 

How to Qualify for the SF SEED Stipend:

  • Work 15 or more hours a week in a licensed family child care (FCC) or center-based program in San Francisco with children ages 0-5
  • Earn under $60,000 a year (individual net income)
  • Currently attending an accredited 2-year or 4-year institution
    • Enrolled in a minimum of 3 credit-bearing units AND
    • Enrolled in courses that follow an approved Education Plan that is designed for degree attainment AND
    • Pass courses with a minimum of a ‘C’ or better
    • Be majoring in child development, psychology, education, or other early childhood related majors

 

How to Qualify for the Title V BA Stipend:

  • Work full-time (30+ hours a week) at a licensed Title V center in San Francisco with children ages 0-5
  • Earn under $60,000 a year (individual net income)
  • Currently attending an accredited 4-year institution, majoring in Child and Adolescent Development:
    • Enrolled as a full-time, upper division student AND
    • Enrolled in courses that follow an approved Education Plan that is designed for degree attainment AND
    • Pass courses with a minimum of a ‘C’ or better

 

Please note that in order to receive an SF SEED Stipend for the Spring 2019 semester, all applicants are required to meet with an academic counselor and turn in a copy of their Educational (ED) Plan. For more information about ED Plans and how you can meet with an academic counselor, please visit our website: http://sfseed.sfsu.edu/faq

Deadlines:

Fall Semester Cycle

(Fall + Summer Courses Completed)

Spring Semester Cycle

(Spring + Winter Courses Completed)

November 21st May 5th

 

For detailed instructions on how to apply, please visit our website: http://sfseed.sfsu.edu/.

Our SF SEED staff looks forward to working with you to successfully reach your educational goals! Please contact our SF SEED office for further questions at 415-405-4342 or sfseed@sfsu.edu.

CCSF Drop-In Dates:

Where: Multi-Use Building at CCSF Ocean location – in front of the CDEV offices (MUB 249)

When:  Drop-In Hours at 5:00PM-6:30 pm 

  • Thursday, April 11th, 2019
  • Tuesday, April 16th, 2019

 

SFSU Drop-In Dates:

 Where: San Francisco State University, 1600 Holloway Ave, GYM 106

When: Wednesdays 4:00PM – 7:00PM

One-on-one drop-in appointments can be made with an SF SEED team member. Please email sfseed@sfsu.edu or call 415.405.4342 if you would like to make an appointment.

 Are you an early childhood educator who is interested in obtaining their Bachelor’s Degree?

Promoting Achievement Through Higher Education (PATH) is a two-year program designed to support professionals working in the field of early childhood education to obtain a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in Child and Adolescent Development (CAD) with a concentration in Early Childhood.

PATH supports the early childhood educator workforce with:

  • Sequenced programs that provide participants with community-based tutoring
  • Individualized case management & guidance to support early childhood professionals in reaching their academic goals
  • Evening and weekend courses for working educators
  • College success skills building & strategies to strengthen self-efficacy
  • Seamless transitions across participating educational institutions

 

How to Qualify for PATH:

  • Be employed in a licensed family child care (FCC) or center-based program in San Francisco
  • Work 25 or more hours a week with children ages 0-5 (priority given to individuals employed in San Francisco).
  • Completed CAD 210, CAD 260, CAD 215, and ENG 214 (or community college equivalents) before the start of the PATH program. Students are encouraged to have also completed all of their lower division general education coursework before entering the PATH program.
  • Accepted into San Francisco State University. Please note, you must apply to SF State and meet all transfer requirements in order to be eligible to transfer to SF State for Fall 2019.

 

How to Apply?:

Step 1: In order to be considered for CAD PATH, students must apply to SF State and the Child and Adolescent Major with an Early Childhood Emphasis.  Students should follow the Cal State Apply Deadlines and be sure to apply by the fall deadline, March 1st, 2019.

Step 2: Attend an informational session. The CAD PATH program will be hosting 1 informational sessions this Spring semester:

  • PATH Info Session #2: Thursday, April 11th  5:30PM-7:00PM, SFSU J. Paul Leonard Library, Room 222

 

At the event we will go over the benefits of joining the PATH program and how to be eligible for the program. To ensure you have a spot at the event & to receive updates about the event, please RSVP by clicking HERE . If you are unable to attend, but would like to know more information about the PATH program, please fill out the RSVP form to let us know

Step 3: Students must fill out an application to the PATH program by April 30th, 2019.  Applications are available on-line using the following link: http://www.tfaforms.com/276170

Step 4: Upon applying to the CAD PATH program, all applicants will be asked to meet with our academic counselor to review transcripts and PATH eligibility.

Please visit SF State’s website for more information on how to apply, http://future.sfsu.edu/apply/transfer.  Feel free to reach out to Christine Nevarez if you have any further questions: 415-405-4340 or path@sfsu.edu

SF STATE/CSU APPLICATION SUPPORT

For Early Childhood Educators interested in joining the CAD PATH program at SF State, feel free to book an appointment with one of our advisors here to receive one-on-one support in applying to SF State through the new CSU application system. We encourage all interested CAD PATH applicants to set up an appointment with our staff.