SURVIVE Series

SURVIVE 


 

The SURVIVE series is a collection of seminars and workshops that aim to promote adult lifestyle education. By learning practical and applicable skills survivors of the SURVIVE series receive a more well-rounded education and increase self sufficiency.

At the commencement of the program you receive a “road map to success” that outlines all the seminars you should attend. If you complete all the “stops” on the road map, you receive a fantastic certificate of completion from the Student Activities Office!

Learn how to “survive” the adult world!

Topics include:
Nutrition and Cooking
Overcoming Adversity
Public Speaking
Leadership Through Personality Awareness
and many more!
Click HERE to see the programs! Anything with an (S) tag is part of the series and counts towards your road map!

The SURVIVE series is presented by the Leadership Department of the Student Activities Office

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