Click on an activity to see details. Check back often to see updates and more information on coming events. Remember to sign up early to reserve a seat in the workshops!
Click on an activity to see details. Check back often to see updates and more information on coming events.
Remember to sign up early to reserve a seat in the workshops!
For the workshop we will be playing Diversity Bingo. The goal is to help the students see how much or little diversity there is in their group. Diversity Bingo also will allow the students to examine elements of diversity that are not obvious.
Oklahoma TRiO Day is a celebration of all the TRiO programs across the state at the State Capital. It coincides with the recognition of National TRiO Day, established by the 99th Congress, Resolution 278. Watch for Sign up Sheet!! Trip is limited to 13 students. Leaving at 7:00 a.m. Be back by 4:00 p.m.
"Secondhand Lions" -
A coming-of-age story about a shy, young boy sent by his irresponsible mother to spend the summer with his wealthy, eccentric uncles in Texas. Popcorn and drinks will be provided.
"Life in the Undergrowth" - Taking to the Air from the stunning aerobatics of hoverflies to the mass migration of purple crow butterflies this film tells the story of the winged insects. All students thoroughly enjoyed the first episode in Life in the Undergrowth series shown last semester.
What is a budget? How to plan for a budget? Why budget? Learn tools and how to apply them to you.
Do you have questions about writing papers in word? Is there something you wish you knew how to do? This informative and interactive workshop will answer all your questions! Seating is limited to 12 participants.
Animals play an important role in our lives. Animals can even have a therapeutic affect on people and improve their lives. Learn how animals influence our well-being and meet some therapy dogs and their owners/handlers.
Learn techniques to be successful in math courses! Learn what online resources are available, learn about problem-solving techniques, the ins and outs of graphing and how to effectively use the graphing calculator.
"Rabbit Proof Fence" - In 1931, three aboriginal girls escape after being plucked from their homes to be trained as domestic staff and set off on a trek across the Outback.
Career Services can assist students in achieving their career goals in various ways. Students are able to access online job listings, upload resumes, receive assistance with job interviewing skills, and complete self-assessment programs designed to assist them in their career exploration.
Learn the ins and outs of Excel, how to use basic formulas and get your questions answered.
Located outside of Tuttle, Tiger Safari is a non-profit, walk-through wildlife facility where we will be able to get up close with the animals. There are over 160 animals on 45 acres, including deer, alligators, porcupines, bears, pythons, and tigers. Lunch will be provided.
For more information, please call 580-581-2352.
A lively discussion, filled with demonstrations on what to wear and what not to wear to a job interview. Find out how to dress for success from local merchants and get tips from the experts on looking your best for that big day, how to prepare a winning résumé, and how to interview effectively.
Career Services will discuss how to write a cover letter when applying for a position as well as preparing your resume.
Come share your feelings about what is working at SSS and what needs to be improved. Your feedback is very important and helps us choose the best in programming services for you.
Meetings are held at 10am and 4pm.
"Food Inc." - For most Americans, the ideal meal is fast, cheap, and tasty. Food, Inc. examines the costs of putting value and convenience over nutrition and environmental impact.
We made it! Celebrate the end of the semester with other SSS participants and SSS staff. A buffet lunch will be provided, along with a special presentation and door prizes.