Date: February 22, 2017
Location: Hussey Room, Michigan League
Sponsor(s): Center for Educational Outreach
Presentation Slides: View (Google Slides)
Held each winter, the Summer Programs Summit is an opportunity for faculty and staff who provide summer academic opportunities to youth to meet and collaborate. Participants share ideas, information, resources, and best practices for creating meaningful summer academic enrichment programs for youth. Topics include participant recruitment and application processes, building meaningful programming, and student staff recruitment.
This year’s Summit will feature a presentation and Q&A with Kate Rychlinski, Assistant Director for Risk Management. The presentation will focus on the University’s policies and procedures for activities involving minors (Children on Campus) and mandatory reporting requirements.
The Summit will also feature a panel discussion with a high school counselor and two high school students from the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy in Detroit. The panel will share insights and strategies for increasing the diversity of participants and creating inclusive summer programming.