Monday, July 7, 2014

Upward Bound Programs Have Roots in Fond du Lac Co.


In 1964, 17 institutions in various parts of the country received federal funding to operate pilot Upward Bound programs. Together, those institutions served a total of 2,061 participants during their first year of operation. 

Ripon College, located in Fond du Lac County, operated one of the original 17 UB programsThe program’s first summer session ran from June 28 through August 6, 1965. It served 32 youths, largely of Native American descent. 

The program at Ripon College had provided services to local students until 1976. 

Today, as the 50th anniversary of the Upward Bound Program is being celebrated across the nation, Marian University's Upward Bound Math and Science program is continuing this legacy of providing educational opportunities to local students. There are currently 566 Upward Bound projects serving about 42,000 students across the United States.
 
For more information about the origins of the Upward Bound Programs, click here.

By Garry Moise, 
UBMS Program Director at Marian University

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

How to Write a Résumé Workshop



All students are required to attend this session unless a copy of their current résumé is given to Chris for review.
 

 Friday, May 16th during Cardinal Time at Fond du Lac High School in the Tiered Lab
OR
Friday, May 16th during lunch at Horace Mann High School in the Library/Media Center


We will have the presentation in the Library from 11:30a – 12:17p. What this means is that for those of you with lunch A, you’ll have 20 minutes to grab food before the presentation, those of you with lunch B, you’ll have 20 minutes after the presentation to grab food.


As the title implies, students will learn the basics of writing a résumé.
The UBMS Staff will answer the many questions of résumé writing like:
How do I structure a résumé?
Do I really have to write one?
What do I put on my résumé?
How does an employer read a  résumé? 
How do long does my  résumé need to be?
What contact information should I use?
How do templates work?
How do I get started on my résumé?
What is the best way to send a résumé?
Who should I ask to help me?
Most importantly, students will learn that résumé writing is really just a summary of experiences that help qualify them for a job.
Your attendance and response are required (RSVP at link below)
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1tKaHN28xvBeXqKaTXUEQLrPdkGBpOA0S4Cr5aHoWtfs/viewform
UBMS at Marian is committed to providing equal educational opportunities for all students. Please contact program staff to request accommodations.

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

"Ask the Professionals" UBMS Career Panel

Upward Bound Math and Science students of Fondy High, Fondy Central, and Horace Mann!  
We have a great night planned with something of interest for everyone.
Your attendance is REQUIRED.

"Ask the Professionals"
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
Marian's Stayer Dining Room

This evening's program will feature a diverse CAREER PANEL of area professionals in careers to include::

Business
Education
Healthcare Management
Information Technology
Athletic Training
Medicine
Military 
Banking and Finance
Biology
Chemistry
Computer Forensics
Law Enforcement
Nursing

These invited professionals will be asked to share their individual journey and discuss their career paths. They represent many occupations and have achieved great success in their fields.

Students should come prepared with questions to ask these professionals,
 and a notebook and pen to take notes of the valuable information they will offer. 

Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend too!
Please RSVP here

Light snacks and refreshments will be served.


Friday, January 10, 2014

Reflection Papers 101


REFLECTION PAPERS 101
 
Wednesday, January 29th at 12:06 p.m. at Horace Mann High School
OR
Thursday, January 30th at 9:40 a.m. at Fondy High in the Community Room
 
 
As the title implies, students will learn the basics of reflection paper writing.
 
The UBMS Staff will answer the many questions of reflection paper writing like:
 
Do I really have to write one?
Why do I have to write one?
What happens if I do not write one?
What if I miss events?
What do I write about?
How do I get started on my paper?
How long does it have to be?
Who do I send it to?
When is it due?
What if it is late?
What do I do if I do not have internet at home?
Who should I ask to help me?
 
Most importantly, students will learn that reflection paper writing is really just a thinking exercise.  More than hearing what students are learning, we want to hear how what they are learning is being applied in their life and/or how they plan to use it in their future. 
 
Your attendance is required
Your response is required (reqister at link below)
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Ui_qudc-r6-gAJ0JB3X_GO293CSpoSj0CB3BWKt3oXE/viewform
 
 
 


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