Conference Opportunity: MECA in Anaheim August 19-20, 2017

Academia Foundation would like to invite you to MECA (Multicultural Education Conference in Anaheim).  This multicultural, education-focused conference is free to attend and will be held Saturday, August 19 – Sunday, August 20, 2017 at the Anaheim Convention Center.

The conference will feature presentations from some of the world’s leading linguists as well as intercultural communication experts.  We also invite teachers to give presentations in any of the following themes:

  • bilingual education
  • TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)
  • intercultural communications
  • school leadership and classroom strategies
  • international film and culture
  • initiatives for peace and sustainability

Key speakers will include Dr. David Nunan and Dr. Kathleen Bailey: world renowned linguists in the field of TESOL.

REGISTER TODAY! One-minute online registration:
There is no charge to attend. Registration form must be completed for each attendee. To register, please fill out the form from here.

If you are interested in presenting at MECA:

Teachers interested in presenting at MECA can visit the website for instructions in how to submit their materials. The deadline to apply is June 16, 2017.

Please visit www.academiafoundation.org for more information and to register for MECA.  We look forward to seeing you in August!

MECA -Conference flyer here

USC SPRING FEST!! Saturday, April 1st 2017

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No April Fool’s. It’s actually happening.

Come thru McCarthy Quad on April 1st for an absolutely fuego lineup of music and food.

There will also be ticket giveaways and super fun games.
Special thanks to our friends at Progam Board, USG, GSG, ESA and Trojan Pride

Check the Springfest Facebook page for the full lineup!

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First Generation College Student Summit

The inaugural First-Generation College Student Summit was launched in February 2016 at the University of Southern California with the mission of bringing first-generation college students, staff and faculty to learn, engage and dialogue on the first-generation college student identity. The success of the first summit proved the need to continue to have an annual summit at USC.

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