Join us on Wednesday, June 3rd from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. PDT for Talent Search Webinar. Topic: Evaluating Your Program Post COVID-19 by Sharilyn Brown and Amy Verlanic.Click here for more information
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Our NAEOP family is saddened by the loss of one of it's distinguished members, Gabe Gallardo. From 2012-2013, Gabe served as NAEOP President. He will always be remembered for his humor, kindness and leadership. Select the following link to read more about his service and time at University of Washington, Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity.
If you would like to donate to the Dr. Gabriel Gallardo Scholarship Fund, the University of Washington has created this site to do so: Dr. Gabriel Gallardo EOP Fund
Four years ago, I was asking myself what my next steps would be after high school. After coming across a flyer about the Student Support Services (SSS) and about the Emerging Scholars Academy (ESA at the University of Alaska), I applied to join because I knew that this program would help jump start my college career. What I didn’t know at the time, was exactly how much it would help me. Continue reading
On November 7th, College Access Programs coordinated Chemeketa's Inaugural First Generation College Student Celebration. We collaborated with several departments: Student Retention College Life, Student Development and Learning Resources, Diversity and Equity, Marketing, and staff and faculty from around the college who shared their first-gen experience with us to showcase throughout the event. MaPs Credit Union shared information about the IDA account. Refreshments were served and a photo booth provided an opportunity for attendees to have some fun and showcase their personality to post on Chemeketa's Instagram, and Facebook accounts. We reached around 300 students, staff, and faculty between 10:00 am - 2:00 pm providing information about services and celebrating our first generation students, staff and faculty.