On Thursday, February 28, 2019, "Mr. I'M POSSIBLE" Keith L. Brown and Dr. Jessica Houston spoke on the Cocoa Campus at an event sponsored by TRiO Student Support Services. Pictures can be found here. https://t.co/qNLYaZpdcF @KeithLBrown1911. A video is found at Video.
The University of Florida will host iDigTRiO Biological Sciences Career Conference & Fair Friday 1st-2nd, 2019 for TRIO Students and staff.
Come to a FREE conference and career shadowing opportunity that includes:
FL TRIO hosted Fall Professional Development Day(PDD) on December 14, 2018. As President of FL TRIO Programs, Ms. Jerinae Speed would like to thank the following: PDD Chair Ms. Cherry Stallworth, Director of SSS STEM Program at Florida State College in Jacksonville - Welcomed by UCF Dr. DeLaine Priest, VP of Student Development and Enrollment Services, (TRIO Center), Mrs. Selena Blair, President of SAEOPP, and Mrs. Jerinae Speed, President of FL TRIO. Presenters: Dr. Rebekah McCloud, UCF Executive Director of TRIO Programs (True Colors); Mrs. Sarah Johnson, Trainer of Paradigm Shift (Team Building and Diversity in the Work Place); Mrs. Jerinae Speed, (How to Push Back the Push Back); and Mrs. Rowina Petion (Fairshare). Special Guests-22 FL TRIO Professionals from around the state were in attendance. They Represented colleges and universities from: Edward Waters College, Eastern Florida State College, Florida A&M University, Florida State College in Jacksonville, Miami Dade College, Palm Beach State College,Rollins College, South Florida State College, University of Central Florida, University of Florida, and University of South Florida. Professional Networking, Team Building Activities, and recognition of Alumni’s, Military, Newcomers, and more.
Check out the brand new video showcasing Florida State College at Jacksonville SSS STEM.
The University of South Florida hosted TRIO Day, ACT Mastery Prep Boot Camp, STEM Wars, and the 49th Annual Florida TRIO Olympics June 28th through June 30th. Thursday, the 28th brought eight schools to the University Lecture Hall where the Admissions Office led by Malcolm Randolph and other representatives spoke to students as well as provided them a tour. Seniors then were provided a powerful two hour ACT mini boot camp by Oliver Pope of Mastery Prep and underclassmen learned sage advice about the USF experience from a USF student Marcellus Brookes and recent alum Dominique Boyer.
The Olympics were kicked off by Dr. Glen Besterfield, Director of Admissions and Dr. Fai Howard Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Studies. Reba Garth Director of Student Support Services and Jerinae Speed Florida TRIO President also welcomed the crowd of 650 students and staff. More than 15 sporting and academic events were held over the course of two days rain and shine. STEM Wars was also a feature introduced by SAEOPP Upward Bound Director William Troy Curry representing Georgia TRIO. This event was held in the USF Recreation Center and at the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) and featured drones, robotics, CSI, virtual reality, and free admission to the museum. A luau dance was held Friday evening featuring a live dj. Saturday's award ceremony featured President Speed presenting over fifty awards with the grand prize overall medal winner going to SAEOPP Upward Bound. Thank you to Upward Bound Director Raymond Cabrera and Academic Advisor Lawanna Hair for spearheading the event. Pictures can be viewed at https://drive.google.com/drive/u/2/folders/1ajqkJmkWL8TVdJqvqa7873L9lAlGARjo
We need your help in making our program shine!!! This year we are celebrating the 50th Anniversary of TRIO Student Support Services programs nationwide. As a result of this celebration there is a competition taking place to highlight the impact that TRIO SSS programs have had in our communities. Miami Dade College TRIO SSS Homestead program submitted a video and it has passed on to finals. WOHOOOOOO!!!!!! There were 36 entries and only 5 finalists were selected. The next phase of the competition is based on a Social Media Campaign. From June 8 to July 6, the 5 videos are open for voting by the public. Forty percent of the final score will be determined by the number of likes accumulated on each video. WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT on liking theour video on the Homestead TRIO YouTube channel!!!
If they win this competition, the program will represent 1069 TRIO SSS programs nationwide. THIS IS SUCH AN AMAZING OPPORTUNITY TO PLACE OUR HOMESTEAD TRIO SSS PROGRAM IN THE US MAP!!! They will also have the opportunity to represent our program at a National TRIO Conference in September 2018.
Please help us by liking the video on the TRIO Homestead YouTube Channel and also by sharing the video with family, friends, and anyone else that wants to support our program. Promote the video far and wide.
Here is the link to the video: https://youtu.be/effsSs_pXOY (you will need a google/gmail account to access the “Like” option)
Remember, every “Like” counts!
Polk State College Students attended a residential STEAM Camp at Florida Polytechnic that included numerous high tech activities. This week long experience featured CSI Simulation VR, Patella Repair Lab, 3d Lab, Physics roller coasters, robotics, DNA, Catapults and more. You can view the slide show at animoto.com/play/uzId9jUyfgeao3C0xnw6gQ.
TRIO Student Support Services at Daytona State College in Daytona Beach, Florida celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Federal TRIO Student Support Services Program on April 20th during the 26th Annual Awards Ceremony. TRIO SSS has been an agent of change at Daytona State College for over 40 years, making life-altering contributions to the thousands of the students the program has served throughout the decades.
Also, please see a link of a video that was created especially for this event: https://youtu.be/bIkWEm8eoVA
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) hosted the 48th Annual Florida TRIO Olympics on July 13-15. About 10 pre-collegiate programs competed in the events, which included sports and academic activities such as basketball, volleyball, track, tennis, chess, checkers, public speaking, and scholar's bowl. University of South Florida Upward Bound brought home the most golds. FAMU, Tallahassee Community College, Indian River State College, Palm Beach State College, and Florida International University also made good showings. Pictures are available at https://photos.app.goo.gl/vha8NbktP4Q8DV4G3.