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For the last 30 years, COE has hosted the National Student Leadership Congress (NSLC) in Washington, DC -- an immersive leadership experience for high school participants from TRIO’s Talent Search, Upward Bound and Upward Bound Math-Science programs. This six day event brings together nearly 200 students from across the United States and its territories and includes hands-on leadership development workshops; diversity and inclusion training; meetings with federal policymakers; visits ... Details
When: January 16, 2020
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Do you struggle in reaching your number funded to serve?  Have you been meeting all your objectives?  If you have problems with either of these questions, then the answer may lie in your recruitment and selection policy.  This course examines effective ways to target your student population, identify students who have a need for your services but who also have potential for success.  We will also discuss effective recruitment strategies, strategic selection policies and eligibility... Details
When: February 10–19, 2020
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Priority 4, Financial Aid, Financial Literacy and Admissions SPONSORED BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION This training is designed to increase TRIO staff knowledge and skills around the following topic areas: Financial and Economic Literacy; Transfer Services and College Selection; Admissions for Precollege, Undergraduate, and Graduate Students; Technological Tools to Increase Participation; Services for Adults and Veterans; and Building Relationships with Key Aid Administrators. A ... Details
When: February 19–20, 2020
Where: Houston, TX
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This course provides an overview of TRIO budgets and ways to effectively utilize your budget plan to accomplish project objectives. After a short review of TRIO program specific regulations and OMB Circulars governing costs, assignments and activities will focus on financial resources in a flexible, productive budget. Assignments include revising the 19-20 budget you originally sent in to ED at the beginning of the fiscal year. Participants have access to discussion posts with other... Details
When: February 24 – March 4, 2020
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Part II builds off the on-site training and discusses effective strategies to meet legislative outcomes and project objectives. Using the last funded grant proposal, course participants will identify their project’s strategies to meet objectives and how each contribute to the accomplishment of prescribed outcomes. Participants will examine factors that influence the delivery of services to project participants/clients as well as investigate effective ways to evaluate project outcomes ... Details
When: March 9–18, 2020
When: March 22–25, 2020
Where: Washington
When: March 31, 2020
Where: Kansas City
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This course provides an overview of sociocultural identity, with an emphasis on how identity impacts access and success programs. Issues of sociocultural identity have been shown to impact educational outcomes. As such, it is imperative for access and success professionals to be aware of the dynamic between identity and the student experience. This course will describe various sociocultural identity development models, frameworks for applying cultural competence to practice, and... Details
When: April 6–15, 2020
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All programs are required to provide data to inform the funder of their progress, their success, and their challenges.  But what else as a program can we use this data to further our work.  This course explores ways data can be used to inform and improve your program and, ultimately, increase opportunities for students’ access and success with different stakeholders.

When: April 20–29, 2020
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Priority #4, Financial Aid, Financial Literacy and Admissions SPONSORED BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION This training is designed to increase TRIO staff knowledge and skills around the following topic areas: Financial and Economic Literacy; Transfer Services and College Selection; Admissions for Precollege, Undergraduate, and Graduate Students; Technological Tools to Increase Participation; Services for Adults and Veterans; and Building Relationships with Key Aid Administrators.... Details
When: April 27–28, 2020
Where: Baraboo, WI
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Priority #4, Financial Aid, Financial Literacy and Admissions SPONSORED BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION This training is designed to increase TRIO staff knowledge and skills around the following topic areas: Financial and Economic Literacy; Transfer Services and College Selection; Admissions for Precollege, Undergraduate, and Graduate Students; Technological Tools to Increase Participation; Services for Adults and Veterans; and Building Relationships with Key Aid Administrators.... Details
When: April 30 – May 1, 2020
Where: San Juan, PR
The Student Financial Aid Research Network (SFARN) Conference is the prime venue for leading financial aid researchers to network, seek input, and share expertise with their colleagues from colleges and universities, state and federal agencies, membership associations, and other non-profit organizations. Sessions will focus on new and recently completed research on some of the most prominent issues in student aid today such as merit-based scholarships, student loan debt, low-income... Details
When: June 11–12, 2020
Where: Madison
The National Student Leadership Congress is an intensive  6-day leadership experience in our nation's capital for first-generation high school students from TRIO programs across the United States and territories. The 31st Annual National Student Leadership Congress will be hosted at Georgetown University and will include: a Mock Congress Competition, Diversity and Inclusion Training, Interactive Learning Lab, Monuments Tour, and a day on Capitol... Details
When: June 13–18, 2020