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Wright State Independent Scholars
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Wright State Independent Scholars
Wright State Independent Scholars
Wright State Independent Scholars
Wright State Independent Scholars
Wright State Independent Scholars
Wright State Independent Scholars
Wright State Independent Scholars
Wright State Independent Scholars
Wright State Independent Scholars
Wright State Independent Scholars
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Wright State Independent Scholars
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  • Year 1: Moving In, Campus Connections & Transformation Building Bridges -- The University Community and “U” Academic SupportLife SkillsEmployment on Campus – Preparing for the FutureYear 2: Networking & LeadershipAcademic SupportLeadership & AmbassadorshipService LearningGoal Setting, Career Orientation & ExplorationBuilding Bridges – Networking with the External CommunityExploring International Study Abroad OpportunitiesYear 3: Global ConnectednessAcademics – Preparing for Continuing Education & Graduate SchoolBuilding Leadership Skills in Student OrganizationsYour International ConnectionProfessional Internships & Practicum ExperiencesYear 4: Moving On!Visioning and Creating the Pathway to the Future!Emphasis on Career Services (Internships, Practicum’s, Externships, Resumes and Interviewing)Exploring Where Do I Professionally Fit In?Preparing for the Graduate School/GRE/MCAT/MAT/LSAT ExperienceEmployment vs. Careers
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    • 1. Independent scholars<br />
    • 2. Copyright (c) 2011 by Simone G. Polk All Rights ReservedThis program may not be copied in whole or in part without the written consent of Simone G. Polk.<br />
    • 3. Independent Scholars <br />Network<br />Presented by<br />Simone G. Polk<br />Assistant Vice President, Student Services<br />Sonseeahray D. Ross-Bigbee<br />Graduate Assistant, SAHE<br />Doris Edelmann<br />Montgomery County Children Services <br />Adrian M. McLemore<br />WSU Student &amp; Independent Scholar<br />
    • 4. Presentation Outline <br />Welcome/Introductions<br />WSU Independent Scholars Network<br /> Independent Scholar Qualifications<br /> ISN Program Elements<br /> WSU Campus Support/Resources<br /> The ISN Teams<br /> Benefit to Students<br /> Expected Outcomes<br /> Closing Remarks<br /> Contact Information<br />
    • 5. Independent Scholars Network<br />Mission<br />The Wright State University Independent Scholars Network exists to provide resources and services which enhance the academic and social-cultural experiences of a student who emancipates from foster care into higher education.<br />Vision<br />Wright State University will be known as a national model for transforming the lives of Independent Scholars as they prepare to participate in and engage with diverse and global communities around the world.<br />
    • 6. Independent Scholars Network<br />Value<br />Students <br />We value students and will carefully identify services and support to match individual needs.<br />Achievement<br />We value achievement and recognize that students are unique and will rise to meet and exceed standards of excellence on an individual basis.<br />Engagement<br />We value engaging students at every level of their higher education academic experience.<br />
    • 7. Independent Scholars Network<br />Independent Scholars Program<br />WSU-ISN is for admitted <br />Wright State students who have been impacted by foster care <br />&amp;<br />The ISN provides a “bridge” for students who emancipate from foster care or disengaged from the adoption process into their new home at WSU<br />
    • 8. Independent Scholars Network<br />Independent Scholar Qualifications<br />Must complete FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid ) (02/15/11)<br />Must take the ACT/SAT<br />Must complete admission application<br />Must be accepted to the university<br />Review Website/ISN Checklist<br />Complete Online Contact Information<br />
    • 9. Independent Scholars Network<br />Independent Scholars Program Elements<br />First Year Experience<br />Second Year Experience<br />Third Year Experience<br />Fourth Year Experience<br />
    • 10. Independent Scholars Network<br />WSU Campus Support &amp; Resources<br />Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs <br /> (Ohio REACH Liaisons) <br /> Residence Services<br /> Student Support Services<br /> Office of Disability Services<br /> Counseling &amp; Wellness Services <br />Enrollment Management Division<br /> Undergraduate Admissions<br /> Office of Financial Aid<br /> Office of the Registrar<br /> Office of the Bursar<br />University College<br /> First Year Experience and Academic Advising &amp; Transfer Services <br />CHOICES, Inc. &amp; Youth Engaged for Success, Inc.<br />Youth Engaged for Success, Inc./<br />The Ohio Benefit Bank<br />The WSU Friendship Food Pantry<br /> <br />
    • 11. Independent Scholars Network<br />Example of ISN Teams<br /> WSU ISN Leadership Team<br /> ISN Committee<br /> ISN Living &amp; Learning Team<br />
    • 12. Independent Scholars Network<br />Benefit to Student Participants<br />Piece of Mind<br />Personal Growth<br />Extended Family<br />Achieve Academic Excellence<br />Knowledge/Access to Campus <br /> Services &amp; Resources<br />Engagement &amp; Involvement <br />Networking Opportunities<br />Leadership Opportunities<br />Resume Builder<br />Prepare for the Future<br />
    • 13. Independent Scholars Network<br />Expected Outcomes<br /><ul><li>Bridge Campus &amp; Community Connections
    • 14. Reinforce Academic Success
    • 15. Build Social Cultural Awareness
    • 16. Enhance Leadership Potential
    • 17. Prepare for Career/Employment
    • 18. Prepare for Post Baccalaureate Study</li></li></ul><li>Independent Scholars Network<br /><ul><li>Retention
    • 19. Persistence
    • 20. Matriculation
    • 21. Graduation</li></li></ul><li>Independent Scholars Network<br />Closing Remarks<br />
    • 22. Independent Scholars Network<br />Contact Information:<br />Montgomery County Job &amp; Family Services, Dayton, Ohio<br /> Doris Edelmann, Aftercare Coordinator, MCJFS- CSD<br />edelmd@odjfs.state.oh.us<br />(937) 572-7632<br /> Adrian M. McLemore, WSU Student &amp; Independent Scholar<br />mclemore.5@wright.edu<br />
    • 23. Independent Scholars Network<br />Wright State University, Dayton Ohio <br /> Simone G. Polk,AVP, Student Services, OVPSAsimone.polk@wright.edu, Ohio REACH Liaison(937) 775-2808<br /> Katie Deedrick, Director, Student Support Services, Ohio REACH Liaison (937) 775-3749<br />katie.deedrick@wright.edu<br /> Edwin B. Mayes, Director, First Year Experience, University College, Ohio REACH Liaison (937) 775-5750<br />edwin.mayes@wright.edu<br />Sonseeahray D. Ross-Bigbee, GA, OVPSA<br />bigbee.2@ wright.edu (937) 775-4584<br />

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