United Way’s Community Impact SAT Workshop
Posted by on June 03, 2013
United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, in partnership with the Philadelphia Out-of-School Time Professional Development Project, is pleased to announce a workshop that is available at no cost to you. United Way’s Community Impact Training Institute offers trainings for adults on how to help students in grades K-12 be successful, lifelong learners. These trainings help to advance United Way’s education goals to keep young people on track for high school graduation, and to be ready for college and careers.
In this workshop, participants will receive an overview of the SAT, including information about fee waivers, how students can register for the test, etc. Participants will also discuss test taking tips, as well as review the resources available to students who are preparing to take the SAT. Particular emphasis will be placed on the free tools and resources available on The College Board’s website. Target Audience: Direct-Service Workers; those working with students in grades 9-12 who are preparing to take the SAT
June 5, 2013 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
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