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Education holds workshops for high school students

Dr. Reginal Belizaire, K-12 program manager, and Delana Ayers, Higher Education academic and career advisor, talk to a student in May during
a workshop in Hollywood. (Courtesy photo)

Editor’s note: This is a submission from the Education Department.

The Education Department’s K-12, Higher Education and Tribal Professional Development programs hosted a series of workshops in May for high school students entering their junior and senior grade level for the next academic year.

Students were able to meet with staff, receive resources, learn pertinent details regarding high school graduation requirements and gain insightful information for college and career options. It was a great way to end the school year and start getting ready for the next.

Tiawannah Calhoun, K-12 advisor, talks to students at the high school workshop in Hollywood. (Courtesy photo)
Magdalie Dumorne, K-12 advisor, and Dr. Katherine Coulson-Johnston, Higher Education academic and career advisor, meet with students in
Immokalee. (Courtesy photo)
Felicia Brown, K-12 advisor, and Dr. Katherine Coulson-Johnston, Higher Education academic and career advisor, hold a workshop in Big Cypress. A similar workshop was held i n Brighton; a photo was not available. (Courtesy photo)
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