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Student Organizations

  
 College Middle Level Association (CMLA)
 

Cmla

Purpose: The GC CMLA association is a professional education organization for college students preparing to become meddle level teachers.  It is an affiliate of the National Middle School Association. The main purposes of CMLA are to support the professional development of future middle level teachers as well as the development and nurturing of middle level education programs. The GC CMLA association is a professional education organization for college students preparing to become meddle level teachers. It is an affiliate of the National Middle School Association.  The main purposes of CMLA are to support the professional development of future middle level teachers as well as the development and nurturing of middle level education programs.

Eligibility: CMLA at Georgia College is open to the cohort students in Middle Grades Education.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Karynne Kleine and Dr. Nancy B. Mizelle

Dean's Student Advisory Committee (DSAC)

 

Purpose: The Dean's Student Advisory Committee (DSAC) is an organization of students committed to improving the academic, social, and professional quality of education in the John H. Lounsbury College of Education. DSAC facilitates interaction among students, student organizations, faculty members, alumni and administration. It assists in fulfillment of the mission of the College. The committee responds to students' needs and serves as their voice within the John H. Lounsbury College of Education, the education community and the community at large.

Eligibility: DSAC is composed of the presidents of each student organization and representatives from each program who are selected by the departments.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Jane Hinson

Georgia Association of Educators (GAE)  
 GAE

Purpose: The GC student program of GA is a pre-professional organization sponsored by the Georgia Association of Educations and the National Education Association.  The group exists to support, protect and strengthen those who are planning to become teachers and nurture Georgia's children. 

Eligibility: Membership shall be granted to any student who is interested in becoming a professional educator.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Marianne Edwards

 

naeyc

Purpose: The NAEYC Chapter of Georgia College is a group of students and faculty who are dedicated to improving the well-being of all young children, with particular focus on the quality of education and developmental services for all children from Pre-K-5. 

Eligibility: Membership shall be granted to any full-time student who is a member of a COE early childhood cohort.      

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Stacy Schwartz

Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC)
 
cec

Purpose: The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) is dedicated to improving the educational success of individuals with disabilities and/or gifts and talents.  CEC advocates for appropriate governmental policies, sets professional standards, provides professional development, advocates for individuals with exceptionalities and helps professionals obtain conditions and resources for effective professional practice. 

Eligibility: Professional membership is granted to any full-time student enrolled in a Special Education Cohort. Georgia College's local CEC Chapter is Chapter 996. 
 

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Rebecca McMullen

Student Professional Association of Georgia Educators (SPAGE)

Purpose: SPAGE is the student program of PAGE, Georgia’s largest association for professional educators. Through PAGE's publications, services and statewide meetings SPAGE members receive up-to-date information on education legislation, salary schedules, and current "hot" issues in the teaching field. SPAGE provides many services and benefits, including workshops on topics such as classroom management and the state code of ethics, and assistance with preparation for the GACE exams. We also offer digital professional learning opportunities via podcasts and webinars. One of the most important benefits SPAGE members receive is professional liability insurance for their work with children in student teaching and other field experiences.

Eligibility: Membership in SPAGE is open to any student who is pursuing a career in education.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Lyndall Muschell


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