Transcript: Programs *Acceptance rate: 54.8% *Enrollment: 35,197 *Founder: Abraham Baldwin *Founded: January 27, 1785, Athens, GA *There are 19 programs on campus, 4 programs off campus. *Engineering would be my pick to do while attending here. Address: Athens, GA 30602 University of Georgia College Sports Facts *They have sports for men and women to join but there are more options for the women then the men. *I would like to attend this university to play football and soccer if possible. $25,134 per academic year, This estimate includes two semesters of tuition and fees, books and supplies, room and board, and living expenses Costs
Transcript: Wright State University By: Josh Cooper and Kyle Bland Degrees Degrees Athletics Athletics Expenses Expenses Facts Facts
Transcript: freshman advising (plan your life) math,accounting,anatomy,physiology,biology,chemistry, economics,Microsoft office,physics,and spanish are all things you can get tutoring for. couglink(a student website) internships career counseling housing tuition academic advising wsu is located in WA Pullman secret there are residents halls,apartments,and greek homes and each can have male,female,both female and male,single person,and double person rooms. for resident: $26,996 here is a video to show you what WSU is like career services location scholarships\financial aid hi university achievement award=$2000-$4000 crimson transfer award=$2000 regent scholar program=all fees paid shh...secret ;) wsu look a secret first-semester course planning (plan your courses for your first semester) for non-Resident:$41,628 $expensive$ secret the only non-campus options is renting your own house tutoring services housing continued
Transcript: Washington State University Gabriela pederson Topic 1 location washington state university is in pullman washington Founded in March 1890, Washington State University was established by the State Legislature as the State Land-Grant College. In January 1892, the college opened its doors under the name Washington Agricultural College and School of Science. The first summer school session started in 1900. history Topic 2 Subtopic 1 Subtopic 1 Subtopic 2 Subtopic 2 You will need above average high school grades to get into Washington State University. The average high school GPA of the admitted freshman class at Washington State University was 3.3 on the 4.0 scale indicating that primarily B+ students are accepted and ultimately attend. How to get into washington state university Topic 3 Text Text Pictures Pictures Tuition and Fees In-state: $10,078 Out-of-state: $24,504 Costs to attend Topic 4 Map Map Chart Chart washington state university has dorms housing Topic 5 Timeline Timeline 2019 Campus life at Washington State University. ... With 27 different residence halls and apartment complexes to choose from on campus, you have direct access to all things WSU: INTO support, student clubs and organizations, classes, housing and dining, academic services and of course, your friends. Campus life Topic 6
Transcript: Teacher to student ratio 2 to 9 School size If you are ranked the top 10% of your High school class If you have a 3.50 GPA If you have a record that shows you are well prepared to succeed In state: $ 10,799 1890 White- 75% Hispanic- 6.5% Asian- 6.5% Black- 2.2% International- 5.4% American Indian-1.1% 2 or more races-3.3% 16 to 1 Men To Women Ratio Pullman, Washington Ethnic Make-up SAT/ACT scores ACT- 20 or higher Tuition Admission requirements By Priscilla Dela-Cruz Mascot When it was founded SAT- above 1450 1,742 Acres Butch t. Cougar Out of state: 22.077 Location Average Class size 48.9 % -51.1 %
Transcript: m 1 WSU Presentation. 2 p b Y g X ADMISSION ADMISSION SECONDARY SCHOOL To be considered for admission to Washington State University as a freshman, a student needs to complete at least 12 years of school. Schooling should include preparation in humanities, mathematics, basic sciences, and social sciences. WSU requires a minimum grade point average of 2.70- 3.33 (on a 4.00 scale) for admission as an international freshman. The average Math SAT score is 560. The average reading and writing is 570 Average GPA range for accepted students is around 2.98 - 3.33. Acceptance rate of around 82% with 34% of applicants deciding to enroll. _____________ Resident (WA) Non-resident (out-of-state) Total Cost $23,485 $37,721 EDUCATION EDUCATION _____________ Business, Management, Marketing, Social Sciences, Engineering and Health Professions Several locations-Everett, Vancouver, Spokane, Pullman, & Tri-cities. Some courses are included on online. The University offers more than 140 degree programs: 63 doctoral programs 79 master's degree programs (including professional masters in electrical power engineering and molecular biosciences) Professional degrees in pharmacy (Pharm.D.) and veterinary medicine (D.V.M.) . A nationwide study estimates that 80% of entering college students don't know what they want to study .MEAP BACKGROUND ____________ ND BACKGROUND 1890-Established Public The setting of the college varies on the area it is located in since there is more than one campus It can be a commuter school but living on campus is also the norm. Male Population 51.06 % Female Population 48.94 % White 60.8% Hispanic/Latino 14.6% Asian 6.0% Non-Resident Alien 4.6% Black or African American 3.2% American Indian or Alaska Native 0.7% Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 0.4% Ethnicity Unknown 9.8% No religious affiliation. CAMPUS LIFE CAMPUS LIFE _________ soccer Basketball Baseball Track & Field Golf Volleyball Swimming Rowing Tennis Co-Ed Age Restricted (19+) Single rooms Private Bathrooms Female only Male only All freshman under the age 20 have to live on campus 7,000-10,000 South side cafe North side cafe Hillside cafe 3 Markets Espresso Bars Dining Centers M.I Fun and academically supportive on-campus living 82% of new freshmen live on campus 24% of undergraduates live on campus 27 on-campus residence halls and apartment complexes 68 national fraternity and sorority chapters Huge choice of activities—and great friends 400+ registered student organizations with 11,000+ members 4 student centers that build appreciation of cultural and ethnic diversity 6,000+ intramural sports players 9 Pac-12 Conference intercollegiate sports for women, 6 for men Ranked among the 5 safest colleges in America The crime rate in Pullman is a small fraction of state and national averages. In 2017 the National Council for Home Safety and Security ranked Pullman the #5 safest city in Washington. It also named WSU the #5 safest college in America. Pullman- 106 countries Spokane- 16 countries Tri-Cities -21 countries Vancouver- 23 countries Everett- 8 countries Online (Global Campus) 45 countries WSU colors Crimson and gray WSU mascot Butch T. Cougar WSU fight song Fight, Fight, Fight for Washington State Average undergraduate age 22 Average graduate student age 31 In-state 78% Out-of-state 15% International 7% WSU's original name was Washington State Agricultural College and School of Sciences The name changed to State College of Washington in 1905 changed to Washington State University in 1959 Present all the details Add More Slides
Transcript: Communication to Change Culture: STEM Advanced Placement Community Perception Student Services Brent Osborn Principal Lakeside High School Nine Mile Falls, WA 99026 Questions of any kind??? Brent Osborn Why AP at Lakeside HS? First job for many, and the one that a large group of teachers want to know how you handle John R. Rogers - Constant Battle that will never end -Celebrate, AP, Programs, Volunteerism, etc. LHS - Small School, Big Opportunities vs. Assistant Principal at John R. Rogers High School - 3 years Community Perception What we did at Rogers -Expand Offerings, New Programs, Partnerships, Stakeholders What we are doing at LHS Look for Low Hanging Fruit! STEM Principal at Lakeside High School - 2 years Tips to make your life easier... Call back within 24 hours Listen and hear first Be honest Open your perspective Check your ego Same and Different:: LHS - we do not have the average FRL Teacher & Coach at North Central High School - 10 years Trying New Things Taking Chances Why AP at Rogers HS? Student Services John R. Rogers Lakeside Size 1600 515 FRL 80% 23% SOC 40% 8% The Schools Husband and Father of 5 These are common School Initiatives, I will share my experience on how I have worked to change culture Advanced Placement
Transcript: Youth Leadership Masterclass POVERTY & HOMELESSNESS What is poverty? What is Poverty? - Inability to afford essential goods and services. - Miss out on opportunities and resources such as adequate health and dental care, housing, education, employment opportunities, food and recreation. Can be measured in different ways: - Measure of wealth and income using poverty lines. - Looking at essential items people are missing out on through lack of income. In Australia the poverty line (50% of median income) for a single adult is $426.30 a week. For a couple with 2 children, it is $895.22 a week. How is Poverty Measured? How is poverty measured? 2.9 million people live below the poverty line, 17.7% of all children. 116,000 of those people are actually homeless and 28,758 are under 18. Poverty in Australia Poverty in Australia Cost of living - 731,00 children living in poverty in Australia. - 1 in 6 under 15. What does living in poverty look like? - 1 in 5 can’t afford medical treatment or medication. - 50% can’t afford up to date school items and 56% didn’t have money to join school activities. - 3 in 5 couldn’t afford an internet connection. - 2 in 5 could not afford fresh fruit and veggies every day. - 1 in 4 could not afford three meals a day for their child. Child Poverty Child Poverty Poverty cycle Poverty can be caused by major inequalities built into the structure of Australian society. Causes of Poverty - Hard to get work in some parts of Australia. - Social security payments are not high enough. - These contribute to unequal disadvantage across Australia. Work and income Work and income - Families with low levels of education often cannot afford to offer their children education opportunities. -Low education is linked to unemployment and, consequently, to the risk of living in poverty. - Studies show those who have dropped out of high school as less likely to find jobs and have on average lower weekly wages. Education Education - Housing in Australia unaffordable for most leaving people in debt and impacting a person's ability to find work and education. As these opportunities exist largely in areas with high housing prices. - A large proportion of low income households experience "housing stress", which is when over 30% of income is spent on rent or mortgage payments. - Poor housing negatively affects a person health and well-being. Housing Housing - People living in poverty commonly suffer greater levels of physical and mental illness. - High stress associated with living in poverty can contribute to behavior which leads to health risks such as smoking and poor diet. - Increasing costs in health care makes it harder for people to afford treatment and medications. Health Health Improving access to affordable community services is an important poverty prevention strategy which helps disadvantaged people to fully participate in social and economic life. These services are often under strain. Services Services Why is inequality bad? Why inequality is bad for Australia - Inequality undermines the fairness of our economic system and leads to divisions within society. - Wealthier people can afford not to rely on shared services therefore have less interest in supporting shared services. This leads to a more divided society. Homelessness WHAT DOES HOME MEAN TO YOU? Homelessness Homelessness is ‘inadequate access to safe and secure housing’. This exists where the only housing to which a person has access: - Is likely to damage the person’s health - Threatens the person’s safety - Marginalises the person by failing to provide access to adequate personal amenities or the normal economic and social support of a home, or - Places the person in circumstances that threaten or adversely affect the adequacy, safety, security and affordability of that housing. What is homelessness? Types of homelessness Types of Homelessness Primary Homelessness - Secondary Homelessness - Tertiary Homelessness Causes of homelessness The leading cause of homelessness is relationship breakdown Accommodation issues and financial difficulties are the second and third highest contributors. CAUSES OF HOMELESSNESS Underlying factor? WHAT'S THE UNDERLYING FACTOR? Lack of support Homelessness can happen to almost anyone... What's happening in the local community? Western Sydney Western Sydney On the nights of 18-19 February 2019 a street count revealed that there were 91 rough sleepers in Parramatta CBD. That's a 44% increase from last year when there were 63. Parramatta Street Count Your turn I'm excited to hear about the ideas you'll be coming up with today!
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