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Working with Generation Z/Running Start Students

May 14, 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

District Faculty Development

Spring 2019 Professional Development Event

 You are cordially invited to participate in the upcoming district-wide PD workshop

 Working with Generation Z/Running Start Students

 Willliam Jackson, Assistant Principal at Nathan Hale High School

Click here for related resources for the workshop – Working with Gen Z /Running Start Students Resources

Thursday, May 14, 2:00-3:30pm

On Zoom 

In this workshop, the facilitator will address what he has learned based on his extensive experience working alongside generation Z, examine the concerns this generation has regarding their education, experience, and future, explore stereotypes associated with generation Z/Running Start students, and help deepen the knowledge of this group as they navigate college and their future.

William Jackson grew up in Seattle, Washington, where he learned from his family and community the values of education, social justice, and service. William began his career in education teaching humanities, economics, and leadership, focused on social justice, racial equity, and economic equality. William is currently earning his doctorate in education at the University of Washington, while he serves as Assistant Principal at Nathan Hale High School. Here at Nathan Hale, William engages student leadership, building leadership, and family engagement to advance racial equity and social justice in Seattle Public Schools, and the Nathan Hale school community. Understanding the values of education, leadership, empowerment, and growth, primarily as it relates to the needs of our next generation, William consistently spends time with students that make up generation Z/Running Start students.

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For more information, please contact Yilin Sun, district Faculty Development @ FD@seattlecolleges.edu x 4103


May 14, 2020
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm


Yilin Sun
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