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Education Fair Program

Feria Educativa College & Career Fair

"Together We Rise - Educándonos Progresamos"

Saturday - October 17, 2015

9:00 - 3:00 PM

 

COMMUNITY FORUMS / Foros Comuntarios, Santos Manuel Student Union Event Center A-B-C

Bilingual Format: Ms. Melissa Dávila and Capt. Jesus Acuña-Pérez will serve as Masters of Ceremonies.

  • 9-9:50 a.m. - Welcome Session
  • 10-10:50 a.m. - Familia a Familia – Claves para el éxito estudiantil - Binational Parent Leadership

Parental involvement and advocacy play a critical role in their child's academic success. Across cultures, parents make personal and financila sacrifices to provide opportunities and access to a quality education for their children. Listen to parents describe how they helped their children succeed in school despite the barriers of language, culture, education and income. 

  • 11-11:50 a.m. - Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) and How it can Strengthen Student and Family Engagement

Learn about the PBIS National model and how schools across the country are creating positive and thriving environments for a ll their students. Learn how parents and the community can reinforce these efforts at thome and increase student and family engagement. 

  • Noon-1 p.m. - Lunch Hour
  • 1-1:50 p.m. - Financial Aid and Resources for College - Grants, Scholarships, Work Study, Loans, and Opportunities for DREAMers

Not sure about financial aid requirements and eligibility? Financial aid is critical to college affordability. Attend this workshop to learn about Financial Aid programs, eligibility, important deadlines, and directions on how to apply for financial aid. Presenters will provide information on various forms of financial aid including Cal Grants, Pell Grants, Board of Governors Grants, and loan options. You will learn about the California Dream Act and AB 540 Legislation and support programs for DREAMers as well. you don't want to miss out on this information! 

  • 2-2:50 p.m. - Desafiando Barreras/Defying the Odds: DACA/DAPA, Immigration Law, and Civic Engagement

La abogada Rosa Elena Sahagún compartira su experiencia la cual empezó como niña indocumentada. La abogada Sahagún compartirá información sobre los cambios migratorios que benefician a los estudiantes al igual que impartirá la importancia del servicio comunitario. El foro incluirá el tema del fraude: como prevenirlo y que hacer si has sido víctima de engaños con respecto a tu caso de inmigración. Además, la abogada Sahagún compartirá la importancia del voto y lo que la comunidad indocumentada puede hacer para movilizar el voto entre la comunidad ciudadana.

  • 3 p.m. - Raffle - Major Prizes

INFORMATION SESSIONS and WORKSHOPS/ Charlas Informativas y Talleres, Santos Manuel Student Union Theater

Bilingual Format: Preparing Students for Success in their Pursuit of a Higher Education. Panel Moderators and Guest Speakers from Parent Institute for Quality Education (PIQE) and the College Board.

  • 10-11:50 a.m. - Pre-College Programs, How to Plan For and Apply to College (Parents: helping your children prepare, requirements, and resources)
  • Noon-1 p.m. - Lunch Hour
  • 1-2:50 p.m. - Pre-College Programs, How to Plan For and Apply to College (Students: classes, qualifications and entrance requirements

The Office of Pre-College Programs is a new department on campus that is dedicated to preparing students for success in their pursuit of a higher education. The morning workshop will focus on how parents can help their child(ren) get into college. It will focus on how parents can do to help students prepare, how financial aid can help students go to college for free, and what things are important for parents to understand about the application process. The afternoon workshop will focus on what students can do to better positions themselves for applying for and going to college. It will focus on what kind of high school classes students need, what types of qualifications (e.g., GPA) will lead to which colleges, and what students can do to prepare for entrance exams such as the SAT/ACT. 

EDUCATIONAL EXPO / Exhibiciones, Vendedores y Expo Educativa, Santos Manuel Student Union Lobby

  • 9 a.m.-3 p.m. - Exhibits, Vendors and Information Tables

WORKSHOPS / Talleres, Santos Manuel Student Union

English, Español, and Bilingual Formats: 10-10:45 a.m., 11-11:45 a.m., 1-1:45 p.m., and 
2-2:45 p.m.

  • CSUMentor: How to Plan For and Apply to the California State University System (Bilingual)
  • CSU Freshman Admission and Selection: “a -g” Subject Requirements
  • CSU Criteria de Admisión y Proceso de Selección Para Estudiantes de 
  • Preparatoria: "a-g"
  • CSU Transfer Admission Criteria and Selection
  • Criteria de Admisión y Selección para Estudiantes que Quieren Transladarse al CSU
  • The Four Systems of Higher Education
  • Los Cuatro Sistemas de Educación Avanzada
  • Financial Aid and Scholarships
  • Ayuda Financiera y Becas
  • La Educación en la Era Digital
  • Tipos de Involucramiento Familiar
  • Guidelines for Effective Parenting
  • Guias Para Ayudar a Padres en el Desarrollo de sus Hijos(as)
  • The Stigma of Mental Illness Among Hispanics
  • The Big Four - Four Critical Steps for Middle School Students
  • It's All About the Benjamins! Middle Schoolers Get Finance Savvy
  • The Importance of Student Engagement
  • Support Services to Help Students Succeed
  • Candid Conversations - CSUSB Student Panel'
  • Prevenir y Tratar La Diabetes Typo 2

OUTSIDE FESTIVAL and ACTIVITY CENTERS / Festival al Aire Libre y Centros de Actividades, Lower Commons, Library Lawn

  • 9 a.m.-3 p.m. - Carnival Zone, Educational Activities, Music & Entertainment, Arts & Culture, and Games

CAMPUS TOURS

Campus tours are available every hour on the hour. Meet tour guides at either of these two locations:

  • Santos Manuel Student Union Lobby
  • Lower Commons

Please look out for our friendly guides holding campus tour signs!"

FOOD and BEVERAGE / Comida y Bebida, Upper Commons

  • 9 a.m.-3 p.m. - Food and Beverage Available for Purchase from vendors and SODEXO (Commons, Library Lawn)

COMMUNITY FORUMS / Foros Comunitarios

9-9:50 a.m. - Welcome Session - Santos Manuel Student Union Events Center A-B-C

  • President Tomás D. Morales, California State University, San Bernardino
  • Honorable Pete Aguilar, U.S. Representative, California 31st Congressional District
  • Hugo René Oliva Romero, Cónsul adscrito de México en San Bernardino
  • Superintendent Ted Alejandre, San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools
  • Dr. Esmirna Valencia, Executive Director, Early Childhood Education Programs, Riverside County Office of Education
  • Dr. Jay Fiene, Dean, College of Education, California State University, San Bernardino
  • Lilian Esther Hernandez, Executive Director for PIQUE's Riverside/San Bernardino/San Gabriel Valley Regional Offices - Madrina de Honor
  • Jorge B. Haynes, Senior Director (Retired), External Relations, The California State University - Padrino de Honor

Moderators:

Olivia Rosas, Associate Vice President, Enrollment Management

California State University, San Bernardino

Dr. Enrique Murillo

Executive Director, LEAD

California State University, San Bernardino

10-10:50 a.m. - Familia a Familia - Claves para el éxito estudiantil

Parental involvement and advocacy play a critical role in their child's academic success. Across cultures, parents make personal and financial sacrifices to provide opportunities and access to a quality education for their children. Listen to parents describe how they helped their children succeed in school despite the barriers of language, culture, education and income.

La universidad no es un sueno sino un plan! Se discutiran los beneficios de ir a la universidad, los datos sobre asistencia a la universidad y la terminación de los latinos.Ademas, las barreras comunes a latinos que asisten a la universidad; y mitos,incluyendo las diferencias culturales, seran discutidos. Así como la forma en que los padres pueden apoyar a sus hijos ir a la universidad,y cómo desarrollar una cultura universitaria en su hogar.
Presenters: Officers/Parent Leaders of the Binational Parent Leadership Institute (BPLI) Patricia Luna, president; Elidia Valencia,vice president; Isabel Torres,secretary; Sandra Aviles, treasurer; Jacqueline Carmona, parliamentarian;Maribel Colin,Sgt.-at-arms

11-11:50 a.m. - Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) and How it Can Strengthen Student and Family Engagement

Learn about the PBIS National model and how schools across the country are creating positive and thriving environments for all their students.Learn how parents and the community can reinforce these efforts at home and increase students and family engagement. 
Presenters: Marissa Lazo-Necco and Dr.Carmen Beck, San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools.

1-1:50 p.m. - Financial Aid and Resources for College - Grants, Scholarships, Woprk Study, Loans, and Opportunities for DREAMers

Not sure about financial aid requirements and eligibility? Financial aid is critical to college affordability. Attend this workshop to learn about Financial Aid programs, eligibility,important deadlines,and directions on how to apply for financial aid.Presenters will provide information on various forms of financial aid including Cal Grants,Pell Grants, Board of Governors Grants,and loan options. You will learn about the California Dream Act and AB 540 Legislation and support programs for DREAMers as well. You don't want to miss out on this information!

Presenters:

  • Patricia Aguilera, CSUSB - Moderator/CSUSB DREAM Grant
  • Catalina Mistler, California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) Cal DREAM Programs
  • Alessandra Morrison,CA Student Aid Commission (CSAC) Cal Grant Programs
  • Patricia Sotelo, CSUSB Financial Aid
  • LaKeisha Rivers, CSUSB Financial Aid
  • Yadira Ortiz, CSUSB CSUSB Services to DREAMers
  • Oscar Rodriguez (rep), SBVC DREAM Center DREAM Center services

2-2:50 p.m. - Desafiando Barreras/Defying the Odds: DACA/DAPA, Immigration Law, and Civic Engagement

La abogada Rosa Elena Sahagun compartira su experiencia la cual empez6 como nina indocumentada. La abogada Sahagun compartira informaci6n sabre los cambios migratorios que benefician a los estudiantes al igual que impartir la importancia del servicio comunitario. El foro incluira el tema del fraude: como prevenirlo y que hacer si has sido victima de engarios con respecto a tu caso de inmigraci6n.Ademas, la abogada Sahagun compartira la importancia del voto y lo que la comunidad indocumentada puede hacer para movilizar el voto entre la comunidad ciudadana. 
Presenter: Rosa Elena Sahagun,ESQ.

Information Sessions / Charlas Informativas, Santos Manuel Student Union

10-11:50 a.m. - Pre-College Programs, How to Plan For and Apply to College

Parents: helping your children prepare, requirements, and resources.

1-2:50 p.m. - Pre-College Programs, How to Plan For and Apply to College

Students: classes, qualifications and entrance requirements.

The Office of Pre-College Programs is a new department on campus that is dedicated to preparing students for success intheir pursuit of a higher education.The morning workshop will focus on how parents can helptheir child(ren) get into college. It will focus on how parents can doto help students prepare,how financial aid can help students go to college for free,and what things are important for parents to understand about the application process.

The afternoon workshop will focus on what students can do to better positions themselves for applying for and going to college. It will focus on what kind of high school classes students need,what types of qualifications (e.g.,GPA) will lead to which colleges, and what students can do to prepare for entrance exams such as the SAT/ACT.

10 a.m. - Fourplex 215 - "It's All About the Benjamins!" - Middle Schoolers Get Finance Savvy

The earlier you being strategizing your pathway to college, the more financially successful you'll be as a college applicant. Don't get caught off guard! As a middle school student there are some strategic maneuvers you can do NOW that will pay off big time by high school. In this workshop you'll learn secrets from a college admissions expert that will help you avoid some costly mistakes. This is not a financial aid workshop. 

Presenter: Roxanne Ocampo

10.am. and 11 a.m. - Fourplex 216 - Guidelines for Effective Parenting - Part 1 and Part II

This two-part session helps parents understand their children (particularly young teens), and gain effective skills to help navigate these challenging years. Part 1 covers some of the key changes in thinking and behavior that are common in your teens and what4 teens need the most from parents. Part 2 covers effective strategies for parents in setting limits and getting children and teens to cooperate.

Presenter: Alycia Granado, M.A.

10 a.m. and 11 a.m. - Fourplex 217- Guia Para Ayudar a Padres en el Desarrollo de sus Hijos(as) - Parte I y Parte II

Estes es un taller de dos partes que ayudarán a los padres a entender a sus hijos (en particular adolescentes), y desarrollar aptitudes que serán de beneficio para navegar esta etapa dificil. La primera parte cubre algunos de los cambios más importantes en el pensamiento y comportamiento que son más comunes en los jovenes y los que ellos más necesitan de sus padres. 

Presentadora; Illeana Escobedo, M.A. Candidate 

10 a.m. - Fourplex 218 - CSU Mentor: How to Plan and Apply to the California State University System

Stay ahead of the CSU application process! Participants will learn important pointers about how to navigate through www.csumentor.edu. As application deadlines and accuracy are critical, this session will help ensure that your application is complete the first time. Make sure you check out this workshop! the priority filing application period for Fall 2016 is October 1 to November 30. Do not miss out!

Presenter: Lucia Zarate, CSUSB Admissions Office

10 a.m. - University Hall (UH-240) - CSU Freshman Admissions and Selection Process: "a-g" Subject Requirements

Do you need information to decide on a CSU campus? Curious about what CSU San Bernardino has to offer? This workshop is designecd to inform students and their families about the CSU System, with an emphasis on CSUSB San Bernardino. Participants will learn about the 23 CSU campuses, where they are located, highlight differences between campuses, review admission requirements and trends, cost, majors and general information on the CSU System as a whole. Come learn what CSUSB has to offer!

Presenter: Salvador Pérez, CSUSB Admissions Office

10 a.m. - University Hall (UH-106) - Ayuda Financiera y Becas

Si quiere saber más acerca de como pagar por el colegio, este es el taller al que no debe de faltar. La ayuda financiera y becas son muy importantes para poder pagar el costo del colegio. Al atender este taller, aprenderán acerca de varios tipos de ayuda financiera, como ser elegible, importantes fechas y direcciones de como llenar la aplicación FAFSA. Tambien aprenderá acerca de becas para estudiantes Latinos. No pierda esta oportunidad.

Presentadora: Patricia Sotelo, CSUSB Oficina de Ayuda Financiera y Becas

10 a.m. - SMSU Bay - Prevenir y Tratar La Diabetes Typo 2

Usted puede prevenir o demorar el inicio de la diabetes tipo 2 con un estilo de vida saludable. Si ya tiene diabetes tipo 2, es importante hacer unos cambios en su alimentación, aumentar el nivel de actividad físíca, y mantener el peso adecuado para vivir un vida saludable y con calidad!

Presentador: Carlos Carrio, MPH

11 a.m. - University Hall (UH-106) - Financial Aid and Scholarships

Not sure about financial aid requirements and eligibility? Financial aid is critical to college affordability. Attend this workshop to learn about financial aid programs, eligibility, important deadlines and directions on how to fill out the FAFSA. Participants will learn about various types of financial aid including Cal Grants, Pell Grants and loan options. Information will be shared about specific Latino scholarship programs. Don't miss out on this information!

Presenter: LaKeisha Rivers, Financial Aid and Scholarship Office

1 p.m. - Fourplex 218 - La Educación en una Era Digital

Esta presentación se enfocará en la importancia de la tecnologia en la educación para mejorar los logros académicos de los estudiantes y ser parte de las carreras del futuro. Hablaremos sobre el nuevo movimiento STEAM y como tal conocimiento motivará a nuestros estudiantes desde la Primaria has la Universidad. Los participantes de esta sesión comprenderán como la Ciencia, Tecnología Ingeniería, Arte y Matemáticas son integrados en la hora de la enseñanza y como esta estrategia apoya el desarrollo del líder global de mañana.

Presentadoras: Imelda Martin y Maria Valencia, Especialistas de Patres, Projecto 2Inspire, CABE (California Association for Bilinigual Education)

1 p.m. - University Hall (UH-241) - Tipos de Involucramiento Familiar

En este taller se presentarán varias formas en las cuáles la familia puede participar para tener una relacion mejor en casa, en la escuela, en el trabajo y en la comunidad.

Presentadores: Patricia Luna, Elidia Valencia, Isabel Torres, Jacqueline Carmona, Sandra Aviles, Maribel Colin

1 p.m. - University Hall (UH-240) - Los Cuatro Sistemas de Educación Avanzada

Participe en esta sesión y recibirá información acerca de los requisitos de admisión para incribirse en los diferentes tipos de colegios después de la preparatoria. Los estudiantes en California tienen muchas oportunidades!

Presentador: Sergio Estrada, CSUSB Admision

1 p.m. - Fourplex 215 - CSU Transfer Admission Criteria and Selection

Do you need information to decide on a CSU campus? Curious about what CSU San Bernardino has to offer? This workshop is designed to inform transfer students about the CSU System, with an emphasis on CSU San Bernardino. Participants will learn about the 23 CSU campuses, where they are located, highlight differences between campuses, review admission requirements and trends, cost, majors and general information on the CSU System as a whole. Come learn what CSUSB has to offer!

Presenter: Brenda Machuca, CSUSB/PDC Admissions Office

1 p.m. - Fourplex 216 - The Importance of Student Engagement

In this session, students will learn the array of engagement opportunities available at CSUSB. with over 100 clubs and organizations, part-time employment, internships and more, our students are destined to succeed!

Presenter: Yadira Ortiz, CSUSB Educational Opportunity Program and Admissions Office

1 p.m. - Fourplex 217 - Candid Conversations - CSUSB Student Panel

Come hear from those students who have been there! In this interactive session current CSUSB students will share their stories and education journeys. They will present the "do's and dont's" of college life. This is a session you don't want to miss!

Presenter: Lucia Zarate, CSUSB Admission Office

2 p.m. - Fourplex 215 - CSU Criteria de Admisión y Selección para Estudiantes que Quieren Transladarse al CSU

2 p.m. - SMSU Bay - The Four Systems of Higher Education

Participants attending this session will receive information about the admission requirements to enroll in the various types of colleges or universities after high school. Students in California have plenty of opportunities! 

Presenter: Sergio Estrada, CSUSB Admissions Office

2 p.m. - Fourplex 217 - Candid Conversations - CSUSB Student Panel

Come hear from those students who have been there! In this interactive session current CSUSB students will share their stories and educational journeys. They will present the "do's and dont's" of college life. This is a session you don't want to miss!

Presenter: Lucia Zarate, CSUSB Admissions Office

2 p.m. - Fourplex 216 - Support Services to Help Students Succeed

In this workshop, the presenter will provide information on CSUSB's programs and resources that will assist students achieve their educational goals. Programs that will be highlighted are the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), Career Center, Writing Center and Advising Office.

Presenter: Yadira Ortiz, CSUSB Educational Opportunity Program and Admissions Office

2 p.m. - Fourplex 218 - CSU Freshman Admissions and Selection Process:"a-g" Subject Requirments

Do you need information to decide on a CSU campus? Curious about what CSU San Bernardino has to offer? This workshop is designecd to inform students and their families about the CSU System, with an emphasis on CSUSB San Bernardino. Participants will learn about the 23 CSU campuses, where they are located, highlight differences between campuses, review admission requirements and trends, cost, majors and general information on the CSU System as a whole. Come learn what CSUSB has to offer!

Presenter: Salvador Pérez, CSUSB Admissions Office