IT’S Thursday, JULY 2, 2015.
HELLO, I’M VERONIQUE MASTERSON.
HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT WHAT’S HAPPENING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT EL PASO.
THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF EL PASO AND UTEP ARE ONCE AGAIN COMBINING EFFORTS TO HELP TRANSITION CHILDREN FROM PUBLIC HOUSING TO UNIVERSITY LIFE.
THE SIXTH ANNUAL HIGHER OPPORTUNITIES THRIVE OR HOT SUMMER CONFERENCE INVOLVES ABOUT 400 MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS LIVING IN PUBLIC HOUSING WHO VISIT THE UTEP CAMPUS FOR ONE WEEK.
DURING THAT TIME, THE STUDENTS TAKE PART IN WORKSHOPS, LEADERSHIP SESSIONS, CAMPUS TOURS, AS WELL AS COLLEGE AND CAREER AWARENESS CLASSES.
(OSVALDO MORALES @1:40) “It’s a good idea to have the relationship between housing and UTEP so the kids that do not have the resources to come to UTEP…they could get that experience and experience what UTEP…what you could do here at UTEP and that could give them a little more motivation to attend.”
GENERATIONS OF UTEP ALUMNI AND SUPPORTERS WILL UNITE AROUND THE WORLD Saturday, JULY 11, FOR THE FOURTH ANNUAL ALUMNI PICK-NIC.
EL PASO’S PICK-NIC WILL BE FROM 5 TO 8 P.M. AT MEMORIAL PARK.
THOSE WHO WANT TO ATTEND ARE ASKED TO RSVP TO UTEP’S OFFICE OF ALUMNI RELATIONS BY Wednesday, JULY 8.
FOOD, DRINKS AND ENTERTAINMENT WILL BE PROVIDED.
VISIT ALUMNI.UTEP.EDU TO RSVP.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THESE AND OTHER STORIES, CHECK OUT UTEPNEWS.COM.
I’M VERONIQUE MASTERSON.