If you are a student who is planning to apply to the BAT program this spring semester, then you must read on!
Dear Future Teachers,
The Golden Apple Pathway Scholars program is open to a limited number of college sophomores. The program provides assistance to the Scholars through their college and early teaching years by providing experience in the classroom, financial assistance and mentoring. The Scholars program receives funding from the Illinois Student Assistance Commission.
We have a big need for tutors in our Minority Enrichment Program at UHS. Brigitte has done a great job of getting our UHS students to come in for lunch hour tutoring but she doesn’t have any help during 4th hour. Fourth hour is from 10:42-11:36 M,T,TH,F and 10:15-11:09 on W. The MEP Program was started to provide extra support for minority students in upper level classes. This focus continues although any student may come in for tutoring help. Currently, there are quite a few students who are looking for tutoring during their fourth hour lunch but no tutors available. Help in math is the greatest need.
If you are interested, contact Lori Ellinger at firstname.lastname@example.org
Campus Middle School needs two math tutors to work with students after school. Please respond to email@example.com if you are interested. Tutoring session will run from 3:15 – 4:15.
East Central Illinois Refugee Mutual Assistance Center in Urbana – only for students interested in the BAT, not the minor.
KEVIN T. EARLY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
For Freshmen Students
Deadline: October 26, 2012
My name is Tracy Nectoux, and I’m the Editor-in-Chief of Smile Politely (http://smilepolitely.com/), Champaign-Urbana’s independent, alternative online magazine. I, Cody Caudill, and Caleb Curtiss (cc’d here) are writing to introduce ourselves to your Department and begin what we hope will be a mutually beneficial relationship between our magazine and your students, faculty, and/or staff.
$20,000 Scholarships to Study Abroad?!
The attached flyer outlines a preservice teacher conference hosted by the Student Education Association here on campus.
The conference would be beneficial to any teacher candidate across our certification programs on campus. Give yourself the chance to get some professional development as well as networking opportunities.
On Tuesday, October 2 at 5:30 in Room 2 Education, we are hosting a discussion and reception for Dr. Jason Irizarry, author of The Latinization of U.S. Schools.
Please invite any students who may be interested to this event. Refreshments will be served!