ECU students and Apple Ambassadors, left to right, Tiera Bunyan, Jessica Milwood and Sara Graves greeted attendees at the Each One-Reach One event. Apple Ambassadors work with the College of Education to recruit prospective students.
The East Carolina University College of Education hosted 36 high school guidance counselors from eastern North Carolina Feb. 2
The “Each One – Reach One” event informed counselors about the university’s teacher education programs and education as a career choice. Participants were drawn from the Latham Clinical School Network, which comprises 36 counties in eastern North Carolina. The counselors represented Beaufort, Cumberland, Dare, Edgecombe, Gates, Greene, Hertford, Hyde, Johnston, Lenoir, Martin, Nash-Rocky Mount, Pitt, Roanoke Rapids, Wayne and Wilson school districts.
Representatives from ECU Admissions, the Honors College and Financial Aid provided information for the counselors to help them assist students in their districts with applications for the university. College of Education personnel shared details about the university’s teacher education programs. They encouraged the counselors to prompt students about considering education as a career choice.
Participants indicated that the workshop was “very organized” with pertinent information. One counselor said, “This was an awesome opportunity. Thank you for the wealth of knowledge.”
For more information about recruitment efforts for the ECU College of Education, contact Laura Bilbro-Berry, assistant director of Teacher Education, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 252-328-1123.
ECU education professor Christa Monroe speaks at the event for high school counselors. Seated, left to right, are faculty in the Office of Teacher Education Vivian Covington, Laura Bilbro-Berry and Susan Morgan.