TRIO Talent Search

College Access Programs

EDUCATIONAL TALENT SEARCH 2016-2017

The program provides academic, career, and financial counseling, during the school day, to students and supports them as they graduate from high school, successfully transition to college, and pursue a college degree. Talent Search staff assist students, complete financial aid applications, and manage the college application processes. During each six weeks we will cover one of the five competencies during our workshops: Career Exploration, College Information, College Admissions, Financial Literacy, College Success Strategies

 

Talent Search Eligibility Requirements:

Talent Search is designed primarily for students who are low-income or who could be first generation college graduates. Program participants must meet eligibility requirements and will be selected through an application process. Specific program eligibility requirements:

  • 9th -12th grade high school student
  • Attend Conrad HS, Skyline HS, South Oak Cliff HS, Carter HS, or Lakeview Centennial HS
  • U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Committed to program requirements
  • Interested or enrolled in either AP/Pre AP/Dual Credit courses
  • Highly motivated and display a strong desire to attend college

 

Talent Search Program Benefits

  • Part of a community of likeminded students with shared ambitions
  • Easier access to ACT & SAT fee waivers
  • Assist student with scholarship search and completion
  • Revision of Scholarship and Admissions essays
  • Access to ETS staff member who will advise student throughout high school and college entrance Ø Career Exploration
  • Students will find their BEST FIT COLLEGE
  • All program services are free

 

Benefits of onsite Program Coordinator

  • Additional support staff Ø Chaperoning schools sponsored trips
  • Schoolwide SAT/ACT registration
  • Available for various school based programs and advisory boards
  • Collaborate with other on campus postsecondary partners

 

Needs of onsite Program Coordinator

  • School ID Badge
  • Space with computers to meet with students during the school day
  • Access to Schedules and Transcripts
  • Access to copier (will provide our own paper)
  • Parking Pass (as needed)

 

If you are interested in applying, here is a direct link: https://www.myinterfase.com/smu/Account/LogOn?ReturnUrl=%2fsmu%2fstudent%2f 

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Great Hearts Academies

Great Hearts Academies is a network of thirty public, open-enrollment charter schools, offering a rigorous, classical, liberal arts education to more than 14,000 K-12 students in both Arizona and Texas.

For the 2015-16 school year, Great Hearts Academies hired 389 new teachers, and this year they are on pace for around 280, so they are always on the lookout for talented men and women who may be interested in joining their team.

To learn more about Great Hearts Academies, visit their videos page.
http://www.greatheartsamerica.org/great-hearts-life/great-hearts-videos/

Contact:

Bobby Goodrich | Texas Talent Officer

3350 West Story Road | Irving, TX 75038

C: (972) 369-2840 | E: bobby.goodrich@greatheartstx.org | W: www.greatheartsamerica.org/careers

 

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AVID Tutors Needed

AVID Tutors Needed (**Work-Study Approved Site)

Volunteers or work-study eligible students needed to tutor AVID students during the school day on Tuesdays and/or Thursdays. Multiple shifts available. We can make our schedule work for you!

Contact:

Robert Hobbs
rohobbs@dallasisd.org
AVID Coordinator
Quintanilla Middle School
Dallas ISD

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ESL Teaching Opportunity

Volunteers are needed who are interested in teaching ESL among other subjects to Unaccompanied Refugee Minors.

Contact: 

Courtney Duncan
Education Specialist

International Foster Care

Catholic Charities Fort Worth

O: 817.289.3608

F: 817.535.8779

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Part-Time Nanny Position

Qualifications:

  • Young woman (preferably a college student) with outgoing personality who likes children
  • Must have car

Duties include:

  1. Pick up 10-year-old girl from middle school (located near SMU)
  2. Serve a snack
  3. Supervise homework time

Time:

  • 4 to 6 pm
  • 2 days per week, 3 days per week (alternating weeks)

 

Contact:
David Green
214-228-5175
david.green@southernbotanical.com

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