Welcome to the Association of Student Educators page. We are so glad that you decided to stop by. We are a group of students that would love to be future teachers/administrators/counselors. We meet every 2nd and 4th Monday at 11:00 am in Hinton 115. We discuss what you want to hear in the meetings. In the past, we've had meetings on how to handle stress, what principals look for in teachers, and classroom management. There are a variety of topics that we still haven't discussed. If you would like to fellowship with future teachers and professors from the school of education, then this place is for you. We're glad to have you. :)
The mission of ASE is to provide a forum for professional development, networking, and service among future educators at HBU. Through this community, University students will have the opportunity to build relationships and network with other peers as well as professors and those in the teaching profession. The overall purpose of ASE is to make better teachers for tomorrow, starting today.
Every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month
Dr. Kaye Busiek
Assistant Professor of Education
If your organization has selective membership, please describe the selection process.
Membership for ASE is open to any HBU student seeking to become an educator in the future.
If dues will be accepted, how much will they be and how often will they be collected?
Dues are $15 for one semester or $20 for the entire year. This includes a t-shirt.