Summer 2017: Randi Osburn teaches Child Development: 101.
Child Development Training Consortium -- CDTC Tuition Reimbursement/Book Loan
If you are working with children in a licensed child care program, family child care program, or before and after school program, you are eligible to apply for the Child Development Training Consortium student project. This grant funded program allows us to provide books on loan to eligible students and to make reimbursement of some or all of the tuition for each semester.
Students must apply EACH and EVERY semester by going to the Child Development Training Consortium website at https://www.childdevelopment.org/cs/cdtc/print/htdocs/home.htm and following the instructions provided there.
Detailed instructions are provided in this attachment.
If you have questions or need assistance, please contact the child development department office at 575-6343.
If you complete the application process and are found eligible, you will receive a letter or email confirming this and providing further instructions for you to follow at the end of the semester. Typically, books are available as soon as your paper work is completed and submitted. Reimbursements are typically sent 4-6 weeks after grades are in at the end of a given semester.
Randi Osburn graduated high school from Oakdale High in 2000. She graduated from CSU Stanislaus with a B.A. in Child Development in 2005. She earned her M.Ed in 2011 and her Certificate in Teaching Child Development to Adults in 2014. She is currently working towards her Ed.D in Child Development. She is a mother of five children ages 15-3.