Prepare TRIO and EOP Students for Post-Graduation Success (EDU489S)

Presented By: Kent Seaver
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Event Details
  • Pre-recorded Webinar
  • 60 minutes
  • Tue, April 24, 2018
Event Description

Don’t Go It Alone: Forge Off-Campus Mentoring & Career Service Collaborations

The U.S. Department of Education’s TRIO programs and other Educational Opportunity Programs (EOPs) are designed to support students from disadvantaged backgrounds and give them a chance—sometimes the first in their family—at academic achievement. But access to education isn’t enough. What happens after students graduate?

Your responsibility to TRIO/EOP students doesn’t end at your campus gate. To pave a future path for these students, you must support their goals to either continue their education or enter the workforce. Find out how in this information-packed webinar presented by Kent Seaver, a long-time leader in the student service, compliance, and learning resource fields.  Seaver will outline solutions you can use to engage TRIO/EOP students and program coordinators for the long haul. And you don’t have to do it alone!

After attending this audio event, you will better understand the needs, strengths, and goals of TRIO and EOP students. Plus, you will be equipped to forge meaningful collaborations both on- and off-campus that can support students’ educational and career aspirations. Now is the time to strengthen the link between higher education and workforce needs.

Session Highlights

This program will teach you to:

  • Understand the current dynamic between TRIO, Educational Opportunity Programs, and student success
  • Emphasize mentoring and career services as key tools for student success
  • Identify effective, relevant student resources both on and off your campus
  • Establish a collaborative network that meets all stakeholders’ needs
  • Evaluate best practices for supporting student growth

Who Should Attend

This presentation will benefit anyone who engages with students in the federal TRIO programs and/or Educational Opportunity Program systems, including:

  • Student advisors
  • Admission specialists
  • TRIO/EOP staff and coordinators
  • Career service specialists who develop transition plans
  • Workforce liaisons who address the needs of corporate partners and provide trained and prepared students
  • School policy makers such as presidents, vice-presidents, and deans of instruction

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About Our Speaker(s)

Kent Seaver
Kent Seaver has 18 years of experience in the field of student assessment and academic success. At North Lake College in Irving, TX he has enjoyed success in working with the new to college student, home school students, transfer students, and returning student veterans. He is presently the Director of Learning Resourc... More info