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About TRiO


The Federal TRIO Programs (TRIO) are Federal outreach and student services programs designed to identify and provide services for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds. TRIO includes eight programs targeted to serve and assist low-income individuals, first-generation college students, and individuals with disabilities to progress through the academic pipeline from middle school to post-baccalaureate programs. TRIO also includes a training program for directors and staff of TRIO projects.
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TRiO Day


TRIO Day 2013 will be hosted at Morehead State University on February 23, 2013.  During this time many exciting events will occur, including: KAEOPP Student Initiatives competitions, campus tours, concurrent sessions, awards & closing sessions, and much more!

Students from all over Kentucky have been invited to attend; from organizations like Upward Bound, Talent Search and Student Support Services.
 
Read the letter from the TRIO Day Chair, Summer Copley below, and visit the TRIO Day page and Student Initiatives Competitions page for more information.   

You must register for TRIO Day and any competition your students will be competing in separately.


Tech Camp


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June 9th - June 15th 2013


The Talent Search programs at Morehead State University will hold a Technology Camp from June 9th until June 15, 2013. The camp is for rising freshmen. Approximately Fifty 8th grade students come to campus to spend nights in the dorm, eat on campus in the dining hall, take technology and creative writing classes and relax and have fun in the evening activities.  

 
Students learn a lot about, and will construct many technology projects while on campus. The central theme for the classes is focusing on STEMSTEM is science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.  Last year, students constructed solar/battery operated cars, rockets, mousetrap cars, solar ovens, solar fountains and towers made of balsam wood. The students then tested their construction abilities and a contest was held in each of the categories. Students were awarded first, second, and third place ribbons. The winning projects were showcased to parents at the end of the camp.  

 
Activities that may take place in the evenings, range from bowling, a cultural trip, movie night, swimming, the MSU Wellness Center obstacle course and zip lining, a dance party and a night at the Jenny Wiley Theatre.  

 
The combined Talent Search staff, Tutor Counselors, Classroom Instructors, and volunteers collaborate to make this camp enjoyable for everyone!