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April 2015: Countdown to Conference
The best part about spring approaching is all of the good feelings that come with it. The feeling of the windows down, the grass gaining its vibrancy back, the feeling that in a few short weeks you’ll have the summer to celebrate all of your semester’s accomplishments. While it can be a crazy time, especially for those of us student teaching, it is a time to be excited. I am most excited for our Student PSEA Annual Conference and Convention in conjunction with our Student PSEA House of Delegates; it is less than a month away! The student executive committee has spent numerous hours planning for this conference to be one of the best yet. I am going to spotlight some information that you should know before making the trek to the good ol’ Harrisburg Hershey Holiday Inn in Grantville, PA!
Learn more at www.psea.org/studentconference.
March 2015: Get ready for the Student PSEA Conference and Convention!
Registration is underway for the 2015 Student PSEA conference. Register now at www.psea.org/studentconference.
Why attend the Student PSEA conference? from PSEA on Vimeo.
November 2014: Degrees Not Debt
Student PSEA President Lauren Williams' November video update deals with the growing problem of college affordability.
Watch the update here:
“Student loans hinder those with talent, passion, and determination. Growing up I heard, “you can be anything you want to be,” but excessive loans make continuing my education feel impossible.”
-Gabrielle Gombos, East Stroudsburg University
“Even with financial assistance, I struggle now to afford my own education. Without this aid, I could not attend college to pursue a career I have aspired to have for years. I know I am in this field for the love of school, children, and learning – not the money and not the insurmountable debt I will soon have to find ways to pay back.”
-Alexandra Jedlowski, Bloomsburg University
October 2014: Transformations and Movements
September 2014: New Team, New Members, New Beginning