2018 Success Workshop Series
Self Awareness:  The Road to Success
Countering the Academic Achievement Gap
(Workshop sessions from 9AM to 1PM)
Date
Workshop Title
Description
Location
Sept. 7, 2019
Part 1:  Understanding
the Academic
Achievement Gap

Part 2:  Learning Styles
and Preferences
This workshop explores
the academic
achievement gap.  The
workshop includes an
interactive discussion
related to achievement
gap contributing factors.  
Also learning styles and
preferences awareness
are discussed as a
strategy to improve
academic success.

Hofstra
University
Sept. 14, 2019
The Importance of
Education:  A Historical
Perspective
This workshop explores
the progress of African
American education from
the 19th century to
present.

Hofstra
University
Sept. 21, 2019
College Success and
Selection
This workshop explores
the various factors that
influence college
success.

Hofstra
University
Sept. 28, 2019
Part 1:  Financial
Literacy
Part 2:  Academic
Integrity  
This workshop reviews
the basics of budgeting,
credit, and banking
practices.  It also
includes a discussion
and review of issues
related to academic
integrity including
plagiarism, proper
citation, and other
factors.
.
Hofstra
University
Oct. 5, 2019
The College
Experience: An
Interactive Panel
Discussion
A panel discussion with
current college students
and new graduates.  
Topics to be explored
include the relevance of
higher education,
academic success, social
factors, mentoring
relationships, etc.

Hofstra
University
Oct.13, 2019
Parent Student
Orientation
This is a mandatory
event.  The program will
occur in two segments:  
The Student Orientation
Program is our special
session prior to the
College Tour.  Parents
will have a separate
workshop at this time.  All
participants will receive
additional information
about this orientation
session.
Hofstra
University
The ETL Education Foundation Success Workshop Series brings high school students and their parents onto
local college campuses for a series of interactive workshops led by content experts in the fields of education
administration, business, and higher education.  Amongst the workshops’ goals is to equip parents and students
with some of the tools that facilitate their success potential in achieving lofty educational goals.  In addition to
traditional delivery, selected workshops are offered via the web as interactive e-conferences.