College Awareness events continue with brown bag Friday
College Awareness Month activities continue this week to spotlight some of the UC individuals working to make college a reality for every deserving student. The events, sponsored by the Department of Education Partnerships, include:
COSMOS brown bag, Friday, Feb. 15, 12 to 1 pm, Franklin Lobby 1 Conference Room
Find out more about COSMOS, the California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science, a four-week residential program designed to cultivate high school students for careers in science, engineering and mathematics. There are COSMOS programs on four UC campuses: Davis, Irvine, San Diego and Santa Cruz.
Evera Spears, Monday, Feb. 25, 12 to 1 pm, Franklin Lobby 1 Conference Room
In her talk, Preparing Students for College, Admissions Coordinator Evera Spears provides tips for making sure college is in the future for your child. With more than 30 years of UC experience, 10 as UC Berkeley’s associate director of undergraduate admissions, Spears is also a UC alumna. She has two children, one enrolled in UC and the other who transferred from a historically black college/university into the California State University system. This event is co-sponsored by Education Partnerships and the Black Staff and Faculty Association. Light refreshments will be provided.
A department of Academic Affairs, Education Partnerships manages programs, initiatives and services that help produce high-quality teachers for California and prepare strong students for college and careers.
College Awareness Month was instituted in 2001 by an act of the state legislature to heighten awareness of college preparation among school children and their parents.
For questions or more information about College Awareness Month events at UCOP, contact Reginald Hillmon at email@example.com.