The program puts special emphasis on diversity; positive learning environments; high-poverty and non-native English speaking populations; curriculum, instruction, and assessment; family and community engagement; civic education; and policy studies.Students select one of the following emphases to prepare for certification in two content areas: 1) Language Arts and Science; 2) Language Arts and Social Studies; 3) Mathematics and Language Arts; 4) Mathematics and Science; 5) Social Studies and Mathematics; or 6) Science and Social Studies.
Multiple performance opportunities including solo recitals and participation in both large and small ensembles are available. in Music are prepared to enter a variety of fields.Now, that said, should Reader C put her leadership positions on her resume? I’m also not sure whether “leadership” is really a quality that grad schools are looking for, above and beyond, say, critical thinking, researching, and writing skills.I often talk about my theory of preparing for an interview by thinking of three great traits, with stories to accompany them — I wouldn’t have a problem with you pulling a story from your leadership experience at the sorority.I held a leadership role in my sorority (one where there was no committee under me, but I did initiate and successfully complete some large projects) and was also a recruitment counselor for Greek life for two years (a highly competitive position at my school).If I omit these positions, my resume is rather sparse in the leadership category. Should I say that I was in Greek life, but leave the name of the sorority off?