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Welcome to the Auraria Chapter for the Student Council for Exceptional Children!

Student Council for Exceptional Children or SCEC  is a group of students from University of Colorado Denver and Metro State College of Denver that meet monthly to share ideas related to the field of teaching students with exceptionalities. The group has professional development speakers each month and supports a spring fundraising event to support the community of individuals with disabilities.  It's a great way to meet people and share ideas in the field of Special Education!  All are welcome!

 

 

 

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Student Council for Exceptional Children - SCEC Auraria is a group of students from University of Colorado Denver and Metro State College of Denver that meet monthly to share ideas related to the field of teaching students with exceptionalities. The group has professional development speakers each month and supports a spring fundraising event to support the community of individuals with disabiliites.

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Please discuss the general purpose of your organization:

Student Council for Exceptional Children - SCEC Auraria is a group of students from University of Colorado Denver and Metro State College of Denver that meet monthly to share ideas related to the field of teaching students with exceptionalities. The group has professional development speakers each month and supports a spring fundraising event to support the community of individuals with disabiliites.

Annual Membership Dues (if any):

None.

Do you have a new member selection process (probation, interviews, pledgeship)?

If your organization has selective membership, please describe the intake process.

Not applicable.

Meeting Frequency:

Monthly

Please attach a copy of your organization's constitution/by-laws:
President/Chair Name:

Meagan Ackerman

Vice President/Vice Chair Name:

Brittany Kelly

Treasurer/Finance Chair Name:

Sean MacDonald

Advisor Name:

Caron Westland