If you are an early childhood educator and interested in earning your four-year degree, Project SEED is the opportunity for you! View details below.
A degree in Birth-Five provides early childhood educators with advanced knowledge and skills to work in varied settings with young children and their families increasing their earning potential and supporting goals for career advancement. A few of the career opportunities this degree will prepare you for are certified kindergarten and pre-k teacher, early intervention specialist and early childhood program director.
Apply for the following degree program to be eligible:
I want to learn more about Project SEED.
Project SEED provides financial, professional and educational support to teachers who are interested in earning their four-year degree in Birth-Five. The Project SEED flyer provides additional information.
I still have questions. How can I get answers?
I’d like more information about the DECAL Scholars Program.
All Project SEED scholars must be eligible for the DECAL Scholars Academic Tuition Assistance Program. Once you have been admitted to Georgia State University, you must apply for DECAL Scholars funding. Contact Brandi Swain if you have any further questions.
I’m ready to apply to Georgia State!
Excellent! Be sure that you are prepared to submit your transcripts and any additional information required for the admission process. Click on the appropriate link below to begin the admissions process.
I have a GED or high school diploma, haven’t attended college before and will start Georgia State as a Freshman » GED OR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA
I have a GED or high school diploma that I received at least five years ago and will start Georgia State as a Non-Traditional Freshman » NON-TRADITIONAL FRESHMAN
I have completed less than 30 hours of college credit » SOME COLLEGE CREDIT
I have completed more than thirty hours of college credit or have a two year degree