These week-long residential camps held at universities are free to students in attendance. Capacity is limited, and each camp will take the first 30 applications on a first-come, first-served basis.
Application information is available from the contacts listed below:
- June 7-12 -- Murray State University; Sue Ellen Morris, Sueellen.Morris@coe.murraystate.edu
- June 14-19 -- Eastern Kentucky University; Felisa Wilson, email@example.com
- June 14-21 -- Morehead State University; Joan Callaham, firstname.lastname@example.org
- June 14-19 -- University of Louisville & Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS); Lohelen Hambrick, Lohelen.email@example.com; or Carl Williams, Carl.Williams@jefferson.kyschools.us
- June 14-20 -- University of Kentucky; Dr. Rose Boulay, Rose.Boulay@uky.edu
- June 15-19 -- Western Kentucky University; Michelle Kahler, Michelle.Kahler@wku.edu
- June 21-26 -- Campbellsville University; Dr. Donna Irwin, firstname.lastname@example.org
- July 12-17 -- Kentucky State University; Dr. Pat Higgins; email@example.com
- July 20-24 -- Northern Kentucky University; Dr. Sara Runge-Pulte, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Future Educators Association® assists middle and high school students in exploring careers in education. The association is unique in its ability to offer students unparalleled, age-appropriate professional development opportunities, including an annual conference and access to a state-of-the-art FEA social networking Web site. Through hands-on career exploration opportunities, FEA allows members to assume leadership roles and develop professional skill sets that will serve them throughout their careers. The association also connects students with chances to earn scholarship grants through its sponsoring organization, PDK International.In 2002, the Kentucky General Assembly passed House Joint Resolution 188, which requested that the Kentucky Department of Education set aside teacher recruitment funds to assist school districts in organizing FEA Clubs.
Kentucky now holds the distinction of having the most chartered FEA chapters in the nation, with nearly 200 chapters statewide.
SOURCE: KDE press release