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Promoting Scholar Identity and College-Competitiveness for High Achieving Black Students with Tarek Grantham, Ph., D., Kristina H. Collins, Ph.D., Jessa Luckey Goudelock, Ph.D., Thelron Pleas Ed.S.
High achieving Black students who excel in school and contribute to their communities are often underprepared to pursue post-secondary academic and scholastic opportunities commensurate with their hard work and accomplishments. A college education is expensive and pathways to elite universities and high-ranking college and university programs can be elusive. A national panel of experts and scholars who specialize in supporting educators and caregivers of middle and high school Black students present methods to maximize their scholarly potential.

This webinar helps educators and caregivers of gifted and advanced Black students understand the importance of embracing a scholar identity and to become empowered for proactive efforts that support their students’ pursuit of competitive awards, grants, scholarship funding, and honors programs. In addition, panelists will discuss scholar identity in relation to college decision making processes and the nuances of being an undergraduate scholar at Predominantly White Universities and Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

Nov 21, 2019 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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