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Risk Management Series for TRIO Programs
This four-part series is designed to help TRIO professionals learn about risk management in the context of college access and success programming and administration. Register for one, two, three, or all four! More than just policies and procedures, this series will challenge participants to think beyond compliance and support the development of effective and efficient risk assessment practices to improve program... Details
When: January 14 – April 14, 2021
Peer Mentors Hang Out: Engaging Your Students
TRIO Peer Mentors Hang Out: Replicating Events and Engaging Your Students.  How do we engage our students when an in-person connection is difficult? Though we have the framework, how do we make real connections? This two-layer peer mentoring process – academic and financial wellness – provides insight and methods that others can use. Learn what TRIO peer coaches have done virtually and what you can do with your students in lieu of physical... Details
When: January 21, 2021
PS2021:What Happens,Why It’s Important,and How to Pay for It
COE’s Policy Seminar is an annual event that brings advocates for low-income, first-generation students served by the TRIO programs to Capitol Hill. The event also includes professional development, leadership training, and alumni engagement events designed to enhance the work of college access and success professionals with their students and institutions. While some portions of the Policy Seminar may be covered by grant funding, other portions – namely the lobbying activities in... Details
When: January 21, 2021
Talent Search Virtual Proposal Writing Workshop
COE’s LAST TALENT SEARCH PWW!  Talent Search Proposal Writing Workshop for COE Institutional Members ONLY Using group exercises, thoughtful discussions, and experienced faculty, COE will host a TS Writing Workshop to assist participants in writing a competitive grant proposal. Critical areas of the proposal will be dissected and reviewed carefully with participants as well as helpful hints learned from past competitions.  Seasoned former and current practitioners will review and... Details
When: January 26–27, 2021
Mental Health to Support Surviving Guilt
“Family achievement guilt,” which describes the regret that FG students experience as a result of having more higher education opportunities than their family members according to student scholar Imani Burwell, is a factor that contributes to decreased persistence and graduation rates among first-generation (FG) college students.  Ms. Burwell, who completed her master’s seminar paper on the topic, and Dr. Green, a licensed psychologist, will discuss student experiences, the causes,... Details
When: January 26, 2021
Best Practices in Database Management
FIRST OF A FOUR PART WEBINAR SERIES FOR PRE-COLLEGE YOUTH (UB/UBMS/TS) ONLY) For Upward Bound, Upward Bound Math/Science and Talent Search ONLY Are you making the best use of your program database? By strategically configuring your database and reports, you can achieve greater success for your students, program, institution and the communities you serve. Learn best practices in data queries that will support your internal reports, student advising protocols, marketing efforts and... Details
When: January 28, 2021
Beats and Lyrics Lite
This Beats and Lyrics Lite builds off the Wellness and Music webinar offered in December.  This first of two installments of the Beats and Lyrics webinar series will provide a starting platform of five interactive sessions to build upon and expand a program’s Beats and Lyrics experiences. The presenters will provide a foundation that allows you to integrate as much depth and complexity as you like for each session or for a complete multi-session program.  Look out for the second... Details
When: February 1, 2021
EOC Virtual Proposal Writing Workshop
COE’s LAST EOC PWW!  EOC Proposal Writing Workshop for COE Institutional Members ONLY Using group exercises, thoughtful discussions, and experienced faculty, COE will host an EOC Writing Workshop to assist participants in writing a competitive grant proposal. Critical areas of the proposal will be dissected and reviewed carefully with participants as well as helpful hints learned from past competitions.  Seasoned former and current practitioners will review and critique proposals –... Details
When: February 2–3, 2021
Where: IL
The Business Behind the Beats
The Business Behind the Beats, the second installment of our Beats and Lyrics Lite webinar series, the presenters will walk through the administrative side of making a music based program come to life within a TRIO program. Topics will include allowable costs, timelines, staffing patterns, evaluations, student waivers, institutional partnerships, creating buy-in, and marketing.

When: February 2, 2021
Start Smart: New SSS Projects Webinar
Congratulations on securing your new SSS grant! Join us to help you start off right.  COE will review important documents and terminology, key steps that should be completed within the  first 90 days, and organizations available to support your grants success.

When: February 4, 2021
Using STEM VR in TS and UB Programs
Presenters for this webinar include both a TS Program Director and a UB Program Director that have used Virtual Reality (VR) tools and equipment for STEM learning.  They will discuss their materials, student incentives, program modifications, a host of resources, and use of funds to acquire it all.  This session build on their participation in the COE STEM Community of Practice (CoP).  Join and enjoy all the information these presenters, and the CoP, can... Details
When: February 5, 2021
Smash Hits and Dismal Failures of Virtual UB Summer Programs
The summer of 2020 will go down on record as one of the most innovative, spontaneous, and perhaps challenging summers in our Upward Bound history.  Seasoned directors will highlight virtual programs and services that exceeded expectations, and those that fell flat.  What did the virtual platform teach us?  How can we use these lessons to make both virtual and future in-person sessions more impactful?  Participants will glean ideas to inspire engagement and take away lessons learned... Details
When: February 9, 2021
College CDL - ASPIRE, NEOA, EOA, SWASAP, AEEE
COE is offering a place for the TRIO community to have an opportunity to connect with peers, discuss current challenges, and learn current legislative and regulatory authority to help you run your program through this crisis. Attendees will get up-to-date information from Capitol Hill and the U.S. Department of Education and have the chance to share helpful practices that are working for them.  We are in this together.  If you have any program related questions, please contact... Details
When: February 10, 2021
Pre-College CDL - NAEOP, WESTOP, MEAEOPP, CAEOP, SAEOPP
COE is offering a place for the TRIO community to have an opportunity to connect with peers, discuss current challenges, and learn current legislative and regulatory authority to help you run your program through this crisis. Attendees will get up-to-date information from Capitol Hill and the U.S. Department of Education and have the chance to share helpful practices that are working for them.  We are in this together.  If you have any program related questions, please contact... Details
When: February 10, 2021
Pre-College CDL - ASPIRE, NEOA, EOA, SWASAP, AEEE
COE is offering a place for the TRIO community to have an opportunity to connect with peers, discuss current challenges, and learn current legislative and regulatory authority to help you run your program through this crisis. Attendees will get up-to-date information from Capitol Hill and the U.S. Department of Education and have the chance to share helpful practices that are working for them.  We are in this together.  If you have any program related questions, please contact... Details
When: February 12, 2021