ASPIRE members have planned a challenging November schedule that will include presenting additional workshops to middle and high school students.  Supporting a social studies methods activity offered by Professors Will Scott and Hannah Kim, ASPIRE members will facilitate college planning conversations on November 5th with students from Newark High School, on November 10th with students from Mt. Pleasant High School, and on November 17th with students from Springer Middle School.  These sessions will be held from 11:00 a.m. – noon in the Perkins student center. 

To catch-up with the ASPIRE community, consider attending these additional activities and using campus resources noted in the attached notes:

Wednesday, November 11
ASPIRE: Resume Writing for Education & Human Service Majors, courtesy of Career Services
5PM, 110 Memorial Hall, Bringing a resume is optional!
Wednesday, November 18
College of Education & Public Policy Expo
1:30PM-4:30PM, Rodney Room, Perkins Student Center
It will showcase 13 undergraduate majors and minors and more than 25 graduate programs available to students.
It will also feature the college’s research centers and institutes and some of the newest areas of study recently added to the college.Students majoring in science, English or math can also learn more about the master of arts in teaching. This program allows them to earn a teaching degree in a new, one-year program. The expo will also feature new degree programs in areas like, disaster science and management, fashion studies, public policy, or community and organizational leadership.
Thursday, November 19
ASPIRE: Building Outstanding Educators:
PRAXIS I Info Session, Kappa Delta Pi- Education Honor Society Presentation, and Education Guest Speaker:TBA
6PM, 208 Gore Hall
 Academic Enrichment Center offers tutoring and workshops.
                SSSP (Student Support Services Program) for undergraduate students who are low-income or first generation (neither parent has a 4yr degree). Support Services include: free tutoring, academic check-ins, free workshops on various topics, study nights, Academic Resource Center (free printing, computer use, and snacks), peer mentors. or visit AEC for application.

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