Junior Enrichment Highlights
Junior Enrichment Index
Take a risk. Push the envelope of your interests.
Junior Enrichment 2013 Registration will end on Monday, January 21, 2013 at 5 pm.
The experiences from which you will choose offer you opportunities around the state, nation, and world; in the arts and in the sciences, on rocks and in classrooms. They grant you the opportunity to be both learner and teacher.
Junior Enrichment activities are made possible by a collaborative effort of Teaching Fellows Institutions, the NC Teaching Fellows Program and other agencies. These activities are designed as opportunities for you to gain knowledge in areas that may not be addressed by your course work and to expand your range of experiences.
Junior Enrichment activities are available during the Spring Break of your sophomore year in college and the months of May through August following your sophomore year. This allows you the flexibility to schedule other summer activities, such as work and summer school.
If you are considering employment, including that as a residential advisor or other contracted employee at a college or university for the summer of 2013, you will need to select an activity that does not conflict with your training or your employment.
A full description of each activity is given in the Junior Enrichment Index. Read each activity description you are interested in carefully before registering. If a session you wish to choose is full, you must make another choice. You may contact Danny Bland to sign up on a waiting list in case a slot becomes available but you must register for another option in the event that an opening does not occur. Do not directly contact a vendor about additional openings unless otherwise specified in the description!
You are required to attend one of the Junior Enrichment options listed. See 2013 Junior Enrichment Guidelines. There are no substitutions allowed for Junior Enrichment. This is a required experience as stated in the terms of your promissory note. Failure to register on-time and/or fully participate in your chosen activity will place your scholarship in jeopardy. If for any reason you are unable to fully participate in your event, contact the activity coordinator, you Campus Director, and Danny Bland in the state office.
Embrace the ethos of exploration. Challenge yourself.