Take advantage of this opportunity to hear from the new Biden Administration and learn about its higher education priorities and to help educate policymakers about the success of TRIO.
Make the best use of your program database and achieve greater success for your students, program, and institution. Register for this webinar on Thursday, January 28 to learn how.
Learn how to write a strong proposal using group exercises, thoughtful discussions, and experienced faculty.
The Wolanin Internship Program provided Brandy Dailey the chance to see the federal policy-making process first-hand and to participate in that process. Here's what led her to apply.
What do an astronaut, award-winning actress, college president, and TV producer have in common? They have all been National TRIO Achievers. Recognize the accomplishments of a TRIO alumnus from across the country.
Hit the ground running with three modes of learning. Participants can register for either just one webinar in the series or all four parts. Once registered, selection and participation of online course learning can begin immediately.
We’re looking for a strategic thinker, someone with strong technical research and communication skills, and someone to play a lead role in developing a special new initiative. Learn more and apply today.
The 3-day training program for TRIO assists personnel in improving the operation & success of financial aid, literacy, & admissions projects.
Equality is the quarterly COE newsletter. In this special free issue, get reflections from COE President Hoyler on the election of Joe Biden, a recap of Annual Conference 2020, effective practices from programs nationwide, and more.
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Connect with peers, discuss current challenges, and learn legislative and regulatory authority via webinars brought to you by your Fair Share contributions. Participants will get the latest information from Capitol Hill and the U.S. Department of Education.
Achieve college access and success for low-income students, first-generation students, and students with disabilities.