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One Voice (Frisco ISD)
To prepare all students, with a focus on African American students, to excel academically and become college or career ready.
To prepare all students, with a focus on African American students, to excel academically and become college or career ready.


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Collin College will be hosting two exciting Robotics Camps this summer!!  These Robotics Camps will provide a unique opportunity to spend three fun filled days on our college campus experiencing an event that will stimulate your mind and unleash your creativity!
The first camp is open to boys and girls who have completed grades 6-10. It will be held at the Preston Ridge Campus in Frisco on June 10th-12th from 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Lunch is provided every day.  To register and pay for the June Robotics Camp please follow this link:  
The second camp is an All-Girls camp for girls who have completed grades 6-10. It will be held at the Spring Creek Campus in Plano on July 15th-17th from 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. We will also have female engineers from across the Metroplex as our lunch time guest speakers during the camp.  Lunch is provided every day and the curriculum will be different from the June camp. To register and pay for the July "All Girls" Robotics Camp please follow this link:  
I have attached flyers for both camps to this email for your convenience. Space is limited, so please register early.
 Hope to see you at camp this summer!
Gena Martin
STEM Engineering & Technology Assistant
Preston Ridge Campus
Collin County Community College
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Registration Opens Tomorrow for Mindbender Academy    

Registration for the Frisco Education Foundation's popular summer camp opens tomorrow morning at 7 a.m.
Mindbender Academy encourages incoming students in grades 6-8 to explore the world of science, technology, engineering, art and math.
The camp will be held from June 23-27, 2014 at the Career and Technical Education Center, 9889 Wade Boulevard. Two sessions are available: 8 a.m. to noon or 1 to 5 p.m. The cost is $125 per student.
Due to the popularity of the program, it is strongly recommended that parents set up an online account before registration begins.
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Summer Science Camp
The ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp (EMBHSSC) is a two-week residential camps hosted at colleges and universities across the nation. In the summer of 2014, The Harris Foundation (THF), in partnership with the ExxonMobil Foundation, will sponsor up to 20 residential camps to be held during the months of June-August. Each camp will provide 48-54 promising middle school grade level students the opportunity to enhance their proficiency in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education while living on a college campus - all at no cost to the child or family.
Program Model core STEM curriculum is integrated with field excursions and other educational experiences that enrich students’ understanding of the practical relationships between classroom work and the real world. Communication and teamwork are integral parts of the students’ camp experience. Evening counseling sessions provide opportunities for discussion of students’ academic, career and social issues. Students engage in an array of extracurricular activities during the non-class time.
Each campsite will have 50% female and 50% male participants representing each targeted grade level. Through its innovative, student-centered, inquiry-based curriculum, campers will complete a minimum of 54 hours of advanced STEM study taught by highly qualified educators from area school districts and university faculty.
Student Selection Criteria

To be eligible to apply, students should:

• Be members of a traditionally underserved and underrepresented population;
• Be entering 6th, 7th or 8th grade in the fall of 2014;
• Have a GPA of at least “B” overall in mathematics and science;
• Score at the median to superior level on standardized mathematics and science tests;
• Write a 250-word essay describing their interest in the camp and STEM;
• Be interviewed, if deemed necessary;
• Have exhibited an interest in mathematics and science; and
• Have strong recommendations from their current mathematics and science teachers.
2014 Summer Science Camp Locations Coming Soon
ExxonMobil is proud to announce the 2014 ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp locations.
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CCAC Scholarship Committee Now Accepting Applications

The CCAC Scholarship Committee is now accepting applications for our 2014 General Scholarships. 

Attached is the 2014 application please share with youth in your community, church and schools.
Eligibility Requirements: 
Applicant must meet at least ONE of the following requirements:

Be a permanent resident of our service area
Attend school in our service area
Be a current participant in CCAC's Delta Gems, EMBODI, or Cotillion program
All applications must be postmarked no later than March 31, 2014 and mailed to P.O. Box 10, Allen, TX 75013.

Please contact the CCAC scholarship Committee with questions @

Thank you,

CCAC Scholarship Committee
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Art of Leadership Symposium- March 29th
Registration is now open for the Art of Leadership on March 29, 2014.  Please cut and paste the following link:
  Do you want to be a film director, music producer, sports agent, fashion  designer or another great leadership career in the arts industry?  
The Art of Leadership is a fun filled day for students’ age 8-18 years old to learn about leadership careers in the sports and arts industries.  Attendees can choose 3 sessions from the following tracks:
·     Track 1 – Leadership Skills - The STEAM Machine – On Track to Success
·     Track 2 - Financial Literacy – Careers in the not for profit industry
·     Track 3 - Careers in the film/video industry –  Lights! Camera! Action! 
·     Track 4 - Careers in the music industry  
·     Track 5 - Careers in the sports or sport broadcasting industry 
·     Track 6 - Careers in the fashion industry 
·     Track 7 - Legislative careers
We also have a fun parent workshop for parents to learn how to create an education plan for your child and how to apply for college scholarships. 
We will end with a sports themed luncheon that features several former NFL Players and Corporate executives talking about the “Power of Positive Choices”.  The attire for the event is business casual. 
Please email if you have any questions. 
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The National Association of Black Accountants, Inc. (NABA) Dallas/Fort Worth Chapter is proud to announce that it will award the Anthony Brown Memorial Scholarships for the 2014-15 academic year to current high school seniors, undergraduate students, and students enrolled in a five-year accounting program. Through the generous contributions of individuals, groups, and organizations that share NABA's desire to break through the economic barrier minorities often experience, NABA offers this local scholarship.
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Kilroy's Legacy - Book Brigade
NTEC supports Kilroy's Legacy, and the Texas Legends have tickets for this Thursday Feb 27th, 2014 @ 7pm at the Dr Pepper center. Bring us a BOOK and get in FREE! This goes to support your veterans that once served your country!

Drop Off Locations:
NTEC: 6170 Research Rd
Mobile Lift Off: 6170 Research Rd #209
Respect Your Elders: 4760 Preston Road, Ste. 244
Roosters of Frisco: 5110 Eldorado Pkwy Suite 150
RT's Neighborhood Bar: 1100 Dallas Dr. Suite 124
Texas Legends @ Dr. Pepper
More locations to come . . .

This will be an ongoing program with Kilroy's Legacy and the Book Brigade project. Will you support us and your Veteran?
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The REC Foundation and Texas Instruments are pleased to partner in offering two (2) $5,000 non-renewable scholarships to two (2) high school seniors intent on pursuing a degree related to science, technology, engineering or mathematics in college. The award will be presented at the VEX Robotics Competition World Championship in April 2014, however the student does not need to be present to win.

Application deadline: The application deadline has been extended until February 15, 2014 for these scholarships!!
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Dallas Mavericks - MAVS High School Scholarship
The Mavs General Scholarship is designed to recognize and reward graduating Metroplex seniors in financial need who have a minimum 3.0 GPA and are actively involved in their community. Applications will be available online at

W. Tip Hall, Jr. Scholarship
W. Tip Hall, Jr. Scholarship is open to Seniors in a CoServ Member Household
Deadline: January 31, 2014 at 5pm
Click here for Scholarship Application -
Click here for Scholarship Application Checklist -
Click here for Scholarship Guidelines -

CoServ Youth Tour 2014
June 12-20, 2014 -- Washington, DC
Deadline: January 31, 2014 at 5pm
This opportunity is open to Junior and Seniors in a CoServ Member Household
Click here for Application -

Frisco RoughRiders Foundation 2014 Scholarship
Roughrider Foundation
Deadline: Monday, March 3, 2014
Click here for Application -

The Rotary Club of Frisco Scholarship
Deadline: March 19, 2014
Click here for additional information -
Click here for Application -
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The STEMPREP Project is a summer vehicle for producing multiple generations of minority researchers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) and Medicine. It is a revolutionary training paradigm which utilizes an early start model (7th grade) for a national pool of minority high achievers, a longitudinal training continuum (10 years) and a multi-institutional mentorship approach (13 sites). For the last 24 years, the STEMPREP Project has employed this innovative training paradigm to create a cadre of STEM trainees eligible for post-baccalaureate programs at the nation’s elite graduate schools, medical schools and engineering schools. Three summer residential programs under the STEMPREP Project have generated a pipeline of advanced trainees: the Physician Scientist Training Program (PSTP) was designed to produce candidates for M.D. programs in academic medicine and M.D./Ph.D. dual degree programs; the Basic Scientist Training Program (BSTP) was designed to produce candidates for Ph.D. programs in the biomedical sciences; the Technology, Engineering & Math Program (TEMP) was designed to produce computer scientists and engineers, as well as candidates for Ph.D. programs in bio-informatics, bio-engineering, and bio-statistics. The STEMPREP Project has become one of the most successful training initiatives in U.S. history: 100% of our trainees attend college, 100% graduate from college, 92% complete the 10-year regimen and 83% of our college seniors matriculate into post-baccalaureate educational programs in STEM.   I am attaching the application and brochure.  The application for admission is due January 31, and applicants should be A students for the last three years. Fee waivers can be obtained for the SSAT national exam via our office.  Teachers, I hope you will ask your students to view the three 4-minute videos and article on the Project
Our target population is those racial groups underrepresented in the STEM arena: African Americans, Mexican Americans, Native Hawaiians, Native Americans, and Mainland Puerto Ricans. Extensive details about the Project can be found on our website:

Moses L. Williams, Ph.D.
Research Professor
Simmons School of Education & Human Development
P.O. Box 755266
Southern Methodist University
Dallas, Tx 75275

Executive Director
Distance Learning Center, Inc.
1324 Clearfield St.
Phila. Pa. 19132
Office: 267-238-2900
   Fax: 267-238-2901
   Cell: 215-416-7743
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