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The Early Academic outreach program was established in 1976 by the University of California to increase the number of students who have the opportunity to achieve a postsecondary education. Through a series of educational partnerships between school districts, school sites, and community organizations, EAOP designs, develops, and implements academic enrichment strategies to increase the college going rates of the schools it serves.
The UA Office of Early Academic Outreach works in the community to increase the number of ethnic minority, low-income and first-generation college-bound students. One program is Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement, or MESA, where students participate in hands-on activities and team competitions. Recently, UA President Eugene G. Sander met with members of EAO as well as a soon-to-be UA graduate who competed in MESA during high school. For more information please visit http://startnow.arizona.edu/
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Learn from Northern Arizona University’s journey to increase student retention by 10% using a data-driven outreach model. In this multi-phased process, NAU incorporated data from campus information systems, non-cognitive assessments, early academic performance, and ongoing student surveys to paint a full picture of the student experience. Hear how they successfully shared this information with an on-campus student success network in order to proactively contact new students before it was too late.
After multiple presentations in elective classes to encourage students to go to collge, UCR's Early Academic Outreach Program hosted students on field trips to visit the University of California at Riverside, and California State University at Fullerton.
The CEO works with middle and high school students, faculty and staff throughout the state of Michigan to promote academic excellence and college aspiration. This includes sponsoring campus visits and offering in-school programs to promote college attendance.
UC San Diego's annual Comienza con un Sueño/It Begins with a Dream college conference brings together students, families and educators at UC San Diego for a day of informational bilingual workshops, resources and entertainment. This year we had 1200 people in attendance! Thank you to everyone who made it out to this year's Comienza con un Sueño! Visit our website for more information: http://eaop.ucsd.edu/
"Comienza Con Un Sueño" is a parent and student resources event and campus tour that took place March 12th, 2016 @ UC San Diego. It was hosted by the EAOP or Early Academic Outreach Program with many participating sponsors, groups and organizations. For more information on college resources for parents and students and to find out more about next years event, scheduled for March 4th, 2017, please visit eaop.ucsd.edu.
Greg Johnson is a proud graduate of the public school system in Los Angeles, CA, where he was born and raised. When Greg was at UCLA, he was involved in the Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP) to help underserved schools and did math tutoring. Greg is currently in his final year at Howard University School of Law. Since starting law school, he has worked for a law firm in Cape Town, the Orleans Public Defenders in Louisiana, and Creative Artists Agency in Los Angeles. When not helping kids, Greg enjoys getting passport stamps (aka traveling), eating great food, and watching his Los Angeles Lakers.