Be A Science Guide
The HOST Labs offer a unique opportunity for undergraduate students to have
Your role will be that of a "science guide". You will be responsible for becoming an expert in a specific concept and man one of several science stations. As students rotate through your station, you will encourage all of the students at your station to engage in the activity, make predictions and test their ideas using the materials provided. Through this
The HOST labs are run as a 1 unit course. In order to participate in the HOST Labs, you will need to register for the class just like any other course.
Hayward HOST Labs Will Be Back!
We are excited to announce that we have received grant funding to expand the Hands-On Science Teaching Labs program to the CSU East Bay Concord Campus, allowing us to extend our impact to East Bay students that attend our Concord campus and support the children and teachers in that area.
The launch of the program in Concord requires an extensive amount of work for our limited support team for the HOST labs program. As such, we are unable to offer HOST labs at both sites for the Spring 2020 semester. HOST labs will be back at Hayward in Fall 2020!
Thank you to our HOST Labs students, teachers, and partners as we expand this exciting opportunity. We look forward to seeing you all in a future HOST Lab!
During the semester, we will cover four different themes and have a new round of activities to learn ... and teach! For each new theme, there will be a week of preparation in the
Hayward Campus Schedule
(1 Unit | Tuesdays | 11:00AM-1:30PM | Subject to change based on semester)Concord Campus Schedule
(1 Unit | Wednesdays | 9:30AM-12:00PM | Subject to change based on semester)
Since you will be working with K12 students, you will be required to get a Tuberculosis (TB) test and LiveScan fingerprinting within the first two weeks of school. These services are provided on campus - all fees will be waived. More detailed information will be provided at the first class meeting.