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We thought it would be great to give the department of education some face-time!! This was an opportunity to get hands on, and boost awareness of this organization among fellow education majors! We greatly appreciated the support of Dean Turner and the students in the Education Department. In the future, we want E.Y.E. to have a strong partnership with the school of education at Clark Atlanta University to attract future and current Ed. majors!
Coronation is a special event where Miss CAU gets crowed as well as a celebration to highlight all the campus Queens and Kings. These lovely individuals are the representatives of their organization. Thank you Coria for serving as our beautiful 2018 -2019 Miss E.Y.E.. She will be planning and implementing our community service events for our organization along side the Vice President.
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WE love to to meet students and network with other organizations on the campus of Clark Atlanta University!! An organization fair is a fun environment for students to meet current E.Y.E. members, learn about what we do, and get signed up to be a member of E.Y.E. ! Educating Youth has made a shift this year to be an organization strictly for Education majors. The focus is to exclusively create a dynamic network and positive energy in the school of education at CAU. This organization was created by educators and it's about time we do things for education majors.
E.Y.E. envisions building passionate change agents who will make an impact not only in the classroom but also in the community and the world. Through critical eyes and ears, assistance will be provided in the effort to ensure that members are taught lifelong skills.
E.Y.E. is a learning organization willing to grow and learn with time!
Support E.Y.E and the Sophomore Class Council's 📚BOOK DRIVE📚. We are collecting books for elementary age children👧🏽👦🏾. On March 2nd we will deliver the books to a local school and read to the students‼️Our goal is to inspire👍🏽 youth to develop a 💖love for reading!! We would 😊love the support to make this happen. #supreme19 #eyecau #cau17 #cau18 #cau19 #cau20
This program consists of a paid summer internship for college juniors to work at leading education reform organizations both in the region and around the country during the summer 2017. The Walton K-12 Education Fellowship Program, sponsored by the Walton Family Foundation and administered by the UNCF (United Negro College Fund), also offers the opportunity to develop critical career skills, create valuable relationships and obtain a potential future in the world of education reform to students attending an HBCU.
If interested, please visit https://scholarships.uncf.org/ToProgram/Walton for additional information and apply online. The deadline to submit the application is January 13, 2017.
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Check out this video. It shows the ugly side of what some students may experience in the school enviornment. What is important to understand is that negative school experiences is an issue many students can identify with. What do you think can be done to change this? How do you connect this to your own school experiences? Feel free to share your thoughts.
For the first time we will be uploading videos throughout the holiday season. We will be highlighting our members and what they love the most about chistmas time. They will be sharing what their family traditions are and one way they caan give back this season!