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Project Ready Partner Orientation

Urban League Project Ready Staff

Multiple Dates

New Orleans, United States

Project Ready Partner Orientation

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Tuesday Orientation (August 12, 4-6pm) 1 hour before event starts Free  
Wednesday Orientation (August 13, 5-7 pm) 1 hour before event starts Free  

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We would like to welcome all mentors, tutors, speakers, and other partners to our Project Ready Partner Orientation. Come learn more about the program, meet other professionals involved, and meet more of the Urban League Project Ready family. We are offering two dates and times for your convenience. We look forward to seeing you soon.

 

 

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Urban League of Greater New Orleans
4640 Carrollton Ave
New Orleans

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Urban League Project Ready Staff

Project Ready – a Signature Program of the National Urban League – is a set of evidence-based standards plus practical tools specially designed for and unique to the UL movement, for the purpose of getting African American and other urban youth ready for college, work and life.  Project Ready supports 9th-12th grade students to make academic progress, benefit from cultural enrichment opportunities and develop important skills, attitudes and aptitudes that will aid in their transition from high school and position them for post-secondary success. Participants receive academic, social and cultural supports and opportunities designed to develop “readiness”: having the information and perspective necessary for success without needing remediation in college or career.

Urban League Project Ready programs follow the educational and youth development principles set forth in Nation Urban League’s Youth Development Framework and Guide, including the use of Planning and Activity Templates, designed to encourage intentional programming.  All must use (in some way) the Project Ready 2.0 Curriculum, a publication with assessments and lesson plans in three components: Academic Achievement; Social Development; College Culture and Awareness.  All must engage youth participants in at least two college visits and at least 20 hours of service learning. Programs following this basic outline are called Project Ready: Post-Secondary Success. In addition, Project Ready offers several optional enhancements, such as a focus on literacy, a special approach for middle-school students, and a focus on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

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