Are you in? Binghamton students challenged their peers to get focused on graduating. Students organized a community resource fair to help classmates and parents get to know all the supports available to them, both in the school and around the community.
Learn how planning this real-world event led to great personal growth for these students!
1:00 – 4:00PM
Students, Parents, Teachers, Coaches, Administrators, Business Owners, Neighbors, Community Members, & Families -- All Are Invited!
Binghamton High School
31 Main Street, Binghamton, NY
How can your community help YOU become an American Graduate?
Come learn how!
Join us for an afternoon of fun, knowledge, and powerful conversation that focuses on what teens have to say about the dropout crisis-- and the support they need to graduate.
FREE FOOD prepared by BHS Culinary Arts students
- 3-on-3 BASKETBALL Tournament to benefit Dollars for Scholars
Q&A Panel featuring formerly at-risk students who overcame struggles and challenges to achieve graduation
- Find the SUPPORT you need! Meet with representatives from the Guidance Department, Upward Bound, The Haven, US Military, College Connections, The Urban League, Sister to Sister, and more.
This event is planned and presented by a 10th grade Careers English class at BHS! These students and their teacher, Ms. Emily Buss, submitted the winning proposal to host this event.
What does a high school diploma mean to them? Listen here.
ATTENTION LOCAL BUSINESS OWNERS & COMMUNITY MEMBERS!
Would you like to volunteer your time to support our local youth?
Does your business have resources that would help at-risk students achieve graduation?
Could you offer guidance and support to these students based on your personal life story?
Do you want to learn more about the national Dropout Crisis and its effect on our local economy?
Meet with local organizations to learn where your time, experiences, and resources can be most beneficial.
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