The NSP Learning Workshop Series develops skills that support student work and provide contexts to the larger issues impacting the community.
Student employees and volunteers in the Neighborhood Schools Program must attend at least one Learning Workshop per quarter (and are encouraged to attend as many as they would like). Other members of the University Community are also welcome to attend!
NSP Learning Workshops & Recommended Events Across Campus
|Date||Topic / Session||Location|
|5/23/2017 @ 5 PM||"School Closings in Chicago" presented by Jennifer Cowhy, Consortium on Chicago School Research. Sponsored by NSP. Food will be provided. - RSVP||TBD|
|5/11/2017 @ 5PM||"Childhood Trauma" presented by LaTonya Maxwell of the UChicago Charter Schools. Sponsored by NSP. Food will be provided. - RSVP||Cobb Lecture Hall Room 107|
|4/24/2017 @ 6PM||
"Special Strategies for Exceptional Students" presented by Will Irvin of the Gary Comer Youth Center. Sponsored by NSP. Food will be provided.
||Cobb Lecture Hall Room 107|
|1/30/2017 @ 5PM||
“Exploring the Education Field” hosted by Andy Tousignant. Sponspored by NSP. Food will be provided.
|Ida Noyes Hall – West Lounge|
|1/18/2017 @ 5PM||“The Secret to Student Success: Grit, Growth Mindset, and the Surprising Power of Character,” presented by Will Irvin of the Gary Comer Youth Center - Sponsored by NSP. Food will be provided.||Cobb Lecture Hall Room 107|
|1/5/2017 @ 6PM||"CPS 101" w/ Shaz Rasul, Director Neighborhood Schools Program. Sponsored by NSP. Food will be provided.||
5530 S. Ellis Avenue
11/9/2016 @ 6PM
"What Goes into a Great School" w/ Shaka Rawls, Principal at Leo High School. Sponsored
by NSP. Food will be provided.
NSP Conference Room 5525 S. Ellis Avenue
For more information about the NSP Learning Workshop Program (or to suggest a future topic or presenter), please contact NSP at firstname.lastname@example.org.