Contact

Stephanie Cales 
NCCEE 
919.791.1995 
stephanie.cales@nccee.org 

When

Friday, October 14, 2022 from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM EDT
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Where

Appalachian State University 
Peacock Hall
416 Howard St
Holland Engagement Room, Room #4140
Boone, NC 28607
 

 
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Accounting for their Futures

This workshop is designed for high school CTE teachers serving in Title 1 schools or schools where greater than 50% of the student population qualifies for free/reduced cost meals, who need tips for integrating accounting principles and personal finance.

Teachers will have an opportunity to explore strategies that teach basic accounting skills that can be applied in a professional or personal setting. Additionally, NCCEE will highlight a resource that can be shared with students that outlines the jobs outlook for NC by region including demand, salary expectation and level of education required. Last, you will learn about a program from Appalachian State University that provides scholarships for first generation students that guarantees job placement upon graduation. This session is all about a secure future for your students.

A $125 stipend or substitute pay reimbursement will be provided for teachers who attend the entire session. The session will be very interactive. Please come prepared to participate and have fun!

There is no cost to attend but space is limited.

  • Certificates for 6 hours of high-quality professional development will be provided.
  • A $125 stipend or substitute pay reimbursement will be provided for teachers who attend the entire session.
  • Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
  • Activities are aligned to NC Essential Standards in Social Studies (EPF Course) and CTE
  • Activites are interactive and hands-on.
  • Arrive early to sign in.
  • Access to web-based resources with thousands of lesson plans and interactive resources will be provided.
  • There is no cost to attend, but space is limited so register now using the link below.

This workshop is made possible by and in paternship with the Accounting Department of the Walker College of Business at Appalachian State University.