The purpose of this chapter shall be to promote students' professional development by preparing educators for classroom and school leadership positions by engaging them in professional opportunities that bridge preparation and practice.
Membership is open to all students. A student is defined as an individual currently registered for at least one course credit with an institution. ASCD encourages diverse membership. Student chapter members are required to join ASCD. No campus dues are required. Membership in the professional organizations is expected for those who attend conferences. A cadet account has been established and fund raisers as well as cadet travel support defray those costs. Organization will meet: Monthly Meeting day/time: Some Mondays and some Fridays at noon as well as two cookouts depending on guest speakers. Representatives from the organizations are also expected to participate in State and National ASCD Meetings. Meeting Location: Capers Hall (Cookouts and Professional meeting locations to be announced)
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