• July 16, 2019

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Posted: Sunday, June 9, 2019 12:51 am

The University of Texas Permian Basin College of Education has scheduled a two day camp, Future Falcon Leaders in Teacher Education (FFLITE), designed to inspire the next generation of teachers Wednesday through Friday inside a UTPB dorm.

High schoolers interested in a career in education can get a taste of teaching this summer, free of charge.

Participants will spend two and half days on campus learning about a career in teaching and prepare a group lesson for presentation.

The College of Education will offer a scholarship to one camp participant. The camp will also include meals and a lot of fun.

Go online to register.

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