Presentation on theme: "Changing Education Paradigms December 19 th, 12pm-3pm Highlights and our thanks!"— Presentation transcript:
Changing Education Paradigms December 19 th, 2012 @ 12pm-3pm Highlights and our thanks!
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Keynote Speaker Felipe Luciano Greetings from Dr. Bonne August, PhD Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs Ms. McDonald, Accounts Payable Staff NYCCT Ms. Henry, Former College Now Student Ms. F. Meier, Senior Ed. Manager of College Board Anthony Heyward, Lets Get Ready Representative Admissions Representatives, NYACK
Warm Greetings from New York City College of Technology of CUNY We know that nationally, African Americans and Hispanics are statistically underrepresented in the science, technology and mathematics fields, as are women in general, and we want to create career pathways for them. This means enhancing mentoring and support …creating new scholarship opportunities,"... Ultimately, all of our students will benefit from these efforts.
Keynote Speaker: Felipe Luciano, Reporter, Host, Executive Producer, and News Director The Cultural Matrix from which we come?...Do we know it? - Felipe Luciano at the New York City College of Technology Office of Collaborative Pre-College Programs: Bi-Annual High School Partner Conference, Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Keynote Speaker: Felipe Luciano, Reporter, Host, Executive Producer, and News Director You can not save those of whom you are afraid - Felipe Luciano at the New York City College of Technology Office of Collaborative Pre-College Programs: Bi-Annual High School Partner Conference, Wednesday, December 19, 2012
GENERAL TOPICS COVERED Important College Now Information Liaisons roles, pay, and responsibilities Spring 2013 Calendar and course schedule (MCF) College Now: Recruits, Accepts, Notifies and Supports Students All Courses require ELA of 75+ or Math Pre-requisites The Pre-College Program Student STEP and College Now Spring SAT Prep (STEP & LGR) FAQS How to become a partner? How do students get their final grades? How does a liaison get assigned to us? How do we pay liaisons? Where are courses held? How do students apply? Why do we need social security numbers? What happens if a student doesnt have one? What makes a student right for Pre-College programs?
All College Now partner requests are vetted through the programs Central Office staff. The schools geographic location and proximity to a College Now campus will play an important role in determining the right College Now partner for your school. Additional factors such as a schools theme as well as the maintenance of University-wide goals and priorities are also taken into consideration. New partnerships requests are reviewed twice a year: March 1 st for fall enrollment and October 1 st for spring enrollment. Contact UsContact Us for more information or to request a CN Partnership Request Form.
How does a liaison get assigned to us? High school principals identify the liaison in writing Liaisons maintain communication with College Now program Potential and current students Liaisons support the College Now application process.
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How to identify the right precollege programs student?
Motivated Willing Open-minded Responsible The right precollege programs student is …
Has Good Attendance Is consistent Gives no excuses Shows interest Perseveres The right precollege programs student …
The right precollege programs student has good Time Management and …
Excels in English …
College Board Presentation
What is a College Bound Student?
A willingness to learn Committed Self starter Goal oriented Participates in enrichment activities Teacher recommendations Parent involvement CUNY college goal How do we define a College Bound student? = (not overwhelming an over subscribed student )