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The Early Academic outreach program was established in 1976 by the University of California to increase the number of students who have the opportunity to achieve a postsecondary education. Through a series of educational partnerships between school districts, school sites, and community organizations, EAOP designs, develops, and implements academic enrichment strategies to increase the college going rates of the schools it serves.
The UA Office of Early Academic Outreach works in the community to increase the number of ethnic minority, low-income and first-generation college-bound students. One program is Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement, or MESA, where students participate in hands-on activities and team competitions. Recently, UA President Eugene G. Sander met with members of EAO as well as a soon-to-be UA graduate who competed in MESA during high school. For more information please visit http://startnow.arizona.edu/
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Inspired by the UCLA People of Color Tour, this video was created in Spring 2014 in Spoken Word and Community Partnerships, a UCLA class in the Department of World Arts & Cultures/Dance, to add to the discussion and tell important counter narratives. The text from the original tour for this site reads: "The Student Activities Center (SAC) was rebuilt in 2004 out of what was formerly the Men's Gym. Students initiated this development by running a referendum in the 2000 student elections that demanded the creation of a student fee, later called SPARC, which would help to renovate the Student Activities Center as well as the Wooden Center. Today, SAC houses the Student Retention Center (SRC), the Student Initiated Access Center (SIAC), the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Student Resou...
The CEO works with middle and high school students, faculty and staff throughout the state of Michigan to promote academic excellence and college aspiration. This includes sponsoring campus visits and offering in-school programs to promote college attendance.
Series One | Chinatown Lilianne Tang’s experiences growing up in Chinatown have shaped her passion for education, ideas of home, and who she is today. In this episode, she shares some of her childhood memories, while exploring her favorite spots in the community: a Teochew restaurant where she and her family continue to eat at, the elementary school and park where she and her friends hung out, and her grandma’s old home. Why did her parents move her sister and her from Chinatown to El Monte? How does she view Chinatown now after all these years? ______________________________________________ h o s t Lilianne Tang currently serves as a College Adviser at Wilson High School in Long Beach, where she works with low-income and first generation students through every step of their college ad...
"Comienza Con Un Sueño" is a parent and student resources event and campus tour that took place March 12th, 2016 @ UC San Diego. It was hosted by the EAOP or Early Academic Outreach Program with many participating sponsors, groups and organizations. For more information on college resources for parents and students and to find out more about next years event, scheduled for March 4th, 2017, please visit eaop.ucsd.edu.
For some high school students, summer is a time for travel, camping and lying on the beach. But for others, it's the perfect opportunity to study an HIV coreceptor or a nuclear pore protein. Rockefeller University's Science Outreach Program can help with that. Director Ted Scovell works to give new generations of young scientists access to the facilities — and mentors — that can take them well beyond the frogs and earthworms of their high school classrooms. Summer Science Research Program: http://www.rockefeller.edu/outreach/summer_science http://www.rockefeller.edu
The Algebra Academy is a five-week summer program for rising 9th graders that allows students to construct their understanding of algebraic concepts through project-based, small group learning. In partnership with the Sunnyside Unified School District and the Tucson Unified School District, the Algebra Academy has been offered to students entering Catalina Magnet High School, Cholla High Magnet School, Desert View High School, Pueblo Magnet High School, Rincon High School, Sunnyside High School, and Tucson High Magnet School. With funding from the Lumina Foundation for Education, the Algebra Academy has served 474 students in the four years of its existance and provided a unique professional development opportunity for 24 local middle/high school teachers. While the initial funding has ...