El Llavero Workshop
The early planning and identification of academically talented Latino students are crucial for future scholarly success. Therefore, LEAF focuses its efforts on identifying bright and talented students as early as 2nd grade, so they can start preparing for a direct path to post-secondary options. LEAF offers workshops to parents and schools to start the identification of talented students by working collaboratively with resources and programs.
Through a three-four hour, a culturally relevant workshop conducted in Spanish, parents, and students learn which keys open doors for their child’s academic success and how to prepare for their pre-collegiate road.
Additionally, we share which grade levels are critical to starting the planning for a successful road towards high school graduation and university/college admission. The workshop focuses on the following topics: courses needed to graduate from high school, university admission tests, elementary, middle and high school rights, and responsibilities, standardized tests, financial aid,extra-curricular resources, financial aid application, and scholarships.
For more information, please contact: Dinorah Olmos, at firstname.lastname@example.org