Academic Innovations Professional Development
Professional Development Supported by Academic Innovations

How to Launch Your Freshmen with the Motivation to Succeed

One-day Professional Development Workshop for High School and College Administrators


Discover a curriculum that addresses the standards of George Washington University’s Freshman Transition Initiative

What you’ll take away from this course:

  • An understanding of why freshman year for both 9th grade and college-age students has a critical impact on completion rates
  • How entering high school or college freshmen can develop a quantitative online 10-year career and education plan
  • Strategies for using these plans throughout high school and/or college for advisory functions and academic coaching
  • About a structured, school-wide program that ensures students are college and/or career ready
  • Best practice models from schools currently creating successful Freshman Transition experiences for their students

Who should attend?

Secondary Schools   Colleges
  • High school and middle school principals
  • Administrators
  • Management from freshman academies
  • Teams working on high school/college collaborations
 
  • Deans of student affairs
  • Administrators
  • Teams working with high school/college collaborations
  • Dual enrollment/early college leadership

Costs:

$ per person
$ per person for teams of 3 or more

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Registration includes Career Choices series books. Lunch provided.

You can initially register and hold a place for a week without payment
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