Former teacher at Duval County Drop Back In Academy for Alternatives Unlimited. Present Grad Student at Full Sail for the Master of Science program in Educational Media Design and Technology. I am also a freelance Graphic Designer and a member of the Multimedia/IT ministry at my church here in Jacksonville.
In addition to attempting to finish my studies by August 2011 I am attempting to seek out new opportunities in instructional Design, but I am not opposed to returning to the classroom teaching art and/or Media Arts/Technology
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Please vote to help Kappa Alpha Psi win $250,000 in funding for their foundation’s Kappa Kamp initiative. YOU CAN VOTE 3 WAYS:
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Overview Kappa Kamp, a partnership between The Piney Woods School and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, teaches students to envision their educational opportunities as stepping stones to positive influence in their decision-making for personal growth and community collaboration. During the two weeks, students are engaged in classroom learning, a variety of simulated laboratories employing the use of technology, field trips, and physical activities to emphasize that a well-rounded student has a better chance of becoming a more sophisticated adult who can then be a productive leader in their respective communities. Convening students from all over the US to Piney Woods School provides a measurable opportunity to create a “ripple-effect” of excitement about education and leadership development. Aligning Kappa Kamp with local alumni chapter mentors through national Guide Right programming further ensures that the benefits of the summer program are sustained.
About The Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Foundation, Inc. The Kappa Alpha Psi Foundation, Inc exists as the philanthropic arm of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. (KAPSI). It was established in 1981 as a non-profit entity under the IRS Tax Code. KAPSI will be celebrating its centennial celebration in 2011.