First Generation Success: Planting Seeds for Success

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Add to Calendar 2020-03-27 00:00:00 2020-03-27 00:00:00 First Generation Success: Planting Seeds for Success The 2020 San Jacinto College: First Generation Success Conference assembles education professionals from across the Houston Area to discuss new approaches to support First Generation students' success. The conference program will consider the vast intersectionality of first-generation students, the systemic and institutional barriers to success, evidence-based practices and approaches to student support and services, the role of assessment and evaluation, opportunities to build celebratory campus environments, and strategies for building networked campus approaches to scaling support. Participants will have an opportunity to hear student stories about San Jac's First Gen program while engaging with, scholars, and advocates in multiple presentation formats, research discussions, and networking events. Visit the website to learn more: https://sanjac1stgen.weebly.com/ Pasadena, TX Pasadena, TX noreply@air.org America/New_York public

The 2020 San Jacinto College: First Generation Success Conference assembles education professionals from across the Houston Area to discuss new approaches to support First Generation students' success. The conference program will consider the vast intersectionality of first-generation students, the systemic and institutional barriers to success, evidence-based practices and approaches to student support and services, the role of assessment and evaluation, opportunities to build celebratory campus environments, and strategies for building networked campus approaches to scaling support. Participants will have an opportunity to hear student stories about San Jac's First Gen program while engaging with, scholars, and advocates in multiple presentation formats, research discussions, and networking events.

Visit the website to learn more: https://sanjac1stgen.weebly.com/


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