Experiential Adventure is in the beautiful Oklahoma City at the 40th Annual Southwest Association of Student Assistance Programs Conference.
We survived the crazy earthquake that hit OKC last night at about 11:30 p.m. My reaction was similar to Kirk Herbstreit’s (ESPN’s college football analyst) reaction. He was at the OSU-K State game and was on the air live when the earthquake hit!
However, I know we will survive, as this picture clearly states.
We are very busy at this conference! We will be exhibiting from Sunday-Tuesday, so make sure and stop by to see us! This is the presentation we are going to use at the exhibitor booth.
We are presenting two concurrent workshops at SWASAP! Both workshops are on Tuesday, and they are going to be awesome! Our first workshop, “Constant Motion: Invest Fun and Teamwork Into Your TRiO Program” is at 11 a.m. and will last until 12:15 in Convention Center Room 4. This workshop is packed full of tried and true experiential education activities specifically targeted toward helping your TRiO students succeed in college.
Our second workshop, “Culture Change – Breaking the Cycle for Post Secondary Success” will be Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. in Convention Center Room 20. This workshop intertwines experiential learning throughout our keynote presentation targeted towards helping your TRiO students set goals to succeed in college and in life.
All participants who attend our workshop will receive a free copy of our new e-book, “Not The Same Name Game Book: Creative Ideas for Your Group to Get to Know Each Other Better.” This is a 9.99 value!
Let us know you are here! Follow us on Twitter at @ryan_eller_ea or on Facebook at Experiential Adventure.
For the past 40 years, SWASAP has advanced and defended the idea of equal opportunity education by supporting programs that identify and deliver services to individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds. Our programs are grants from the U. S. Department of Education. Collectively referred to as the TRiO programs, they provide guidance, instruction, and reinforcement necessary for students to enter and successfully complete college.