[Mathmajors] UW Pipeline Project - winter seminars (fwd)
miller at math.washington.edu
Mon Oct 29 14:11:15 PDT 2007
Come be a part of UW's Inner Pipeline!
Would you like to make a real difference in the life of a young person?
Are you interested in the current world of K-12 education in schools and the community?
Are you looking to fulfill the 60 hour required observation for the Masters in Teaching program?
Are you looking for an exciting additional 2-credit seminar for the Fall Quarter?
If you answered "yes" to any of the above, then participating in the "Inner Pipeline" is for you.
Since Winter of 1998, the Pipeline Project has offered UW students the opportunity to earn credit for tutoring, mentoring, or conducting research in the Seattle public schools. We offer a number of EDUC 401 seminars each quarter entitled "Inner Pipeline." Students will attend weekly seminars and tutor in a school or community organization for 2-5 hours per week. Students generally earn 2-5 credits depending on the number of hours spent tutoring.
Winter Quarter Inner Pipeline seminars include Becoming Citizens, EcoTeam, General K-12, Literacy in the Criminal Justice System, Math and Science, Creative Writing, Refugee Communities, Literacy Through Photography, Global Health and Water Rights, College Access Project, At-Risk Middle School Students, and Returning Inner Pipeline.
For full seminar descriptions and dates/times, please visit our website (click on the Inner Pipeline link):
For add codes and more information please contact Claire Fraczek with Pipeline:
email: msclaire at u.washington.edu or pipeline at u.washington.edu
Phone: (206) 616-2302
Or, come visit us in Mary Gates Hall room 120!
Pipeline Project, Graduate Assistant
University of Washington
Mary Gates Hall - Suite 120
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