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©2017 Educational Empowerment Group, LLC 

The Intentional Student Book 

Postsecondary education can be an economic equalizer. However, for many college students, their ability to climb the socioeconomic ladder is stifled by the inability to successfully complete a postsecondary education. Successfully navigating the college experience requires strategic planning and intentionality.

 

The Intentional Student is structured in three phases: The Prerequisites, The Process, and The Exodus, to mimic the college experience and empower readers with practicable strategies to not only survive but thrive academically, socially, and professionally as part of the college experience. Each chapter features activities to support and solidify the concepts being taught.

 

Topics covered include: Studying Intentionally, Maintaining SAP, Time Management, Be Real with Yourself, The Intentional Student, The Parking Lot Student, Credit/Mismanagement, How to Choose a College, Academic Professionalism, College or Technical School, Building Community on Campus, Building Community off Campus, Building Rapport with Instructors, Financial Aid Disbursement / Mishandling, Importance of Professional Career Organizations and Being Strategic about Your Major and Employment. Please contact us for bulk order rates. 

The Intentional Student Workshop 

The Intentional Student Talk is an informative and engaging talk designed to support student achievement. The talk addresses many components of academic professionalism that are essential to student success and contribute to your endeavors to improve and maintain student retention, progression and graduation rates.

The Talks cover many of the following topics: Studying Intentionally, Maintaining SAP, Time Management, Be Real with Yourself, The Intentional Student, The Parking Lot Student, Credit/Mismanagement, How to Choose a College, Academic Professionalism, College or Technical School, Building Community on Campus, Building Community off Campus, Building Rapport with Instructors, Financial Aid Disbursement / Mishandling, Importance of Professional Career Organizations and Being Strategic about Your Major and Employment.