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Presentations and Outreach

Community Achievement and Student Empowerment provides education and training opportunities for Clemson’s faculty, staff and students. Our efforts support the division and university’s priorities on inclusive excellence. Through our education and training opportunities we strive to increase understanding on various populations we support and services we offer.

Throughout the academic year we offer various scheduled training sessions;however,we also encourage faculty, staff and students to email us to request department or organization trainings. Staff in CASE are open to creating a presentation or training unique to your needs based on success for historically underrepresented and underserved students. Requests for presentations or trainings can be emailed to clemsoncase@clemson.edu.

Green Zone Training

Green Zone Training provides faculty, staff and students with an understanding of the military experience of student veterans as they transition from the military to campus life.

During Green Zone Training, participants will learn about:

  • Student veteran facts and figures
  • What it means to be a student veteran
  • The military and veteran experiences
  • Common myths/stigmas surrounding student veterans
  • On-and off-campus resources and support services
  • How you can better support your student veterans

Dates and Registration for Fall 2020 available in late July

Peer Mentoring for Underrepresented Student Success Training

During Green Zone Training, participants will learn about:

  • Theory related to peer mentoring
  • Elements of mentorship
  • Methods of peer mentoring
  • Benefits of mentoring for both mentee and mentor

Implementing Inclusive Transition and Retention Practices

The purpose of this presentation is to share our approach to supporting historically underrepresented and underserved students and the impact of our work. Additionally, the presentation can be designed to include opportunities for attendees to brainstorm ways to incorporate practices into their programs and services.