SBM SkillsUSA and Microsoft are hosting Family and Friends Game Night Tournament on December 4, 2019, 4:30pm to 7:00pm in the gym. All Townview Gamers Unite! Special Guests from esports will be there! Tickets will be sold for S3 presale in room 293 during all lunches up to November 29th and $5 at the door. Registration for the tournament is at 4:30 Dec. 4th in the gym. Games: Tekken 7, Fortnite, Fifa, Madden, Super Smash, and more…
The SEM Engineering club known as TAME/SHPE/NSBE (Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, National Society of Black Engineers) is participating in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow competition.
Laura Thompson, TAME/SHPE/NSBE President says, “I’m excited to do this again! It’s going to be a lot of work but our project will help our community and that makes everything worth it.”
SEM is currently a State Finalist competing to be the State Winner.
The competition focuses on how STEM can be applied to impact a problem within the community. Learn more about the competition at: https://www.samsung.com/us/solvefortomorrow/
Follow the TAME/SHPE/NSBE chapter on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sem.engineering/
Join us for info, fun, and food!! See flyer:All-Pro-Dads-Organization-Flyer
All Dallas area high school students are invited to the annual Young Leaders, Strong City racial justice and equity summit. There will be food, music, and is free for all and an opportunity to gain volunteer hours.
YLSC intentionally recruits a diverse group of students from various backgrounds, levels of academic achievement, and existing leadership skills or experience. Our goal is to invest in students where they are right now by creating a day that exposes them to conversations covering topics such as environmental justice, sports and activism, identity, and organizing for change.
YLSC Sixth Annual Summit
Saturday, November 16th
10:00 AM – 04:00 PM
TWU Dallas 5500 Southwestern Medical Ave. Dallas, TX 75235
Hope to see you there,
The Health Professions Recruitment and Exposure Program (HPREP) is now taking applications for its free program that includes interactive workshops, exposure to science and health careers, and a career fair.