* College Assistance Migrant
Programs
* My current goal after I graduate high school . . .
* At school, to reach my goal I’ll need. . .
* Outside of school, to reach my goal I’ll need . . .
* Challenges my goal presents . . .
* Ideas to overcome these goals . . .
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*What is CAMP?
*Why CAMP?
*Who qualifies?
*What are the
benefits?
Fort Scott Community College
Oklahoma Panhandle State University
Seward County Community College
University of Arkansas Community
College-Morrilton
*Where is CAMP?
*What does each CAMP
site offer?
* The goal of CAMP
is to help
students succeed
in completing
their first year of
college.
* Financial Assistance
* Student Support Services
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Tri-State College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) is 100% funded by the U.S. Department of Education and the Office of
Migrant Education. The 2012- 2013 grant award is $407,402.
*11,000 migrant
students
*52% leave HS with a
diploma
*5% enter college
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*First generation
*Born in U.S.
*High school graduate
*Born into families with
no entitlement to:
*Minimum wage jobs,
overtime, health
benefits, unemployment,
work compensation, or
driver’s license, voting,
or a permanent home
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* A student is eligible for CAMP if
they meet one of the following
criteria:
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You, your parent(s) or
guardian(s) have engaged in
migrant or seasonal farm work
for at least 75 days within the
last 24 months; or,
You have been eligible for the
Title 1C Migrant Education
Program; or,
You have qualified for the
National Farmworker Jobs
Program [NFJP] (Workforce
Investment Act [WIA] 167).
AND
Must have high school diploma or
GED, and
Must be either a United States
citizen or a qualified resident
alien eligible for federal public
benefits.
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Assistance with application processing for:
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Admissions
Financial Aid
Housing
Other Services
Personalized Tutoring
Academic Advising/Career Counseling
Mentoring Program/Student Advocacy
Health Services
Cultural Activities/Campus Visits
Transportation, Child Care, Stipends
Transitional Services for continuing CAMP
students
Issued laptop for first two semesters
Students must enroll in 12 credit hours
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www.fortscott.edu
* Agriculture-Business
* Construction Trades
* Education, Social & Behavioral
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Sciences
Fine Arts & Humanities
Harley Davidson Technician
HVAC
John Deere Ag-Technician
Math & Science
Nursing & Allied Health
Campuses at Fort Scott,
Frontenac, Kansas City, & Paola,
KS.
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www.opsu.edu/
* Agriculture
* Business & Technology
* Education
* Liberal Arts
* Science, Math, & Nursing
* University College
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www.sccc.edu/
* Allied Health
* Area Technical School
* Business
* Humanities & Social
Sciences
* Science, Math, and PE
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Air Conditioning, Heating, &
Refrigeration Technology
Automotive
Business
Computer Information Systems
Dietary Management
Drafting
Early Childhood Development
Emergency Medical Technician
Liberal Arts
Nursing
Petroleum Technology
Surveying
Teaching
Visual Communication
Welding
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www.uaccm.edu/
Lynne Wheeler
Nicole Guerrero Foster
Tri-State CAMP Director
Tri-State CAMP Coordinator
Fort Scott Community College
Fort Scott Community College
2108 South Horton
2108 South Horton
Fort Scott, KS 66701
Fort Scott, KS 66701
Office 620.223-2700, ext. 7500
Office 620.223-2700, ext. 7510
Toll Free 888.372.2437
Toll Free 888.372.2437
Fax 620.223-4927
Fax 620.223-4927
Cell:620-249-2167
[email protected]
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[email protected]
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