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Student Leadership Spotlight

Student Leadership Update

Regional CONNECT Update

State Charity - DRAW

Defining the Variables in the Student Activities Equation

The Trading Post


2.10.14 - Regional CONNECT (Clinton Twp.) - SOLD OUT

2.11.14 - Regional CONNECT (Chelsea)

2.12.14 - Regional CONNECT (Auburn Hills)

2.24.14 - Regional CONNECT (Battle Creek)

2.25.14 - Regional CONNECT (Bay City)

2.25.14 - All Award Applications Due (except "Tonya")

2.27.14 - Regional CONNECT (Grand Rapids)

2.28.14 - Regional CONNECT (Livonia) - SOLD OUT

3.7.14 - Step Two Registration for States Due

3.7.14 - Final Count/Registration for States Due

3.7.14 - Last Day for Charity Donations

3.7.14 - "Tonya" Award Application Deadline

3.22.14 - 3.24.14 - Student State Conference (Traverse City) - SOLD OUT


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Student Leadership Spotlight

SET SEG Leadership Scholarship

SET SEG is once again showing their commitment and compassion for student leadership, offering scholarships for students to attend this year’s MASC/MAHS Student Leadership Summer Camp. This opportunity will fully cover 70 students to attend the 2014 camp at Albion College in July. Read more here!

Student Leadership Update

MASC/MAHS has always embraced challenges and making adaptive changes aimed at improving student services. That's why a holistic assessment is currently underway to ensure that our member schools are getting the most of their membership. Read more here!

Regional CONNECT Update

A quick Regional CONNECT update: As attendance quickly soars for the Regional CONNECT conferences, remember to get your registrations in as soon as possible. Now is also good time to mention that member schools will receive a Regional Recap that will cover a review of all of the content that was expressed at these conferences. Read more here!

State Charity - DRAW

DRAW is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing relief services to communities hit by natural disasters. Greg Martin started DRAW with a single idea in mind: a natural disaster was one of the only ways that a family could instantaneously go from well off to rock bottom. By raising money to purchase buckets made by DRAW, we are able to help provide relief to these families – fast. Read more here!

Defining the Variables in the Student Activities Equation

For a long time, student activities have been the subject of a curious chicken-or-egg style debate rooted in a classic either/or fallacy. Do student activities improve student performance or do better performing students participate in student activities? The implications of this debate have left stakeholders scrambling for answers, wondering if student activities should even be a part of educational reform. Download the full article here!

The Trading Post

Your one-stop shop for advisers and students to access ideas from across the state! The Trading Post allows for members to add, borrow, trade and incorporate activities into their school programs. Gone are the days of working in isolation. Read more here!

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