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Stavros Center Programs, Workshops and Seminars

The Stavros Center hosts numerous professional development opportunities throughout the year for K-12 educators to assist them with implementing economic education and financial literacy curriculum into their classrooms. 

We look forward to having you join us for exciting professional development activities. Below you will find a list of current programs and workshops for educators. For more information about upcoming workshops and seminars, please contact us.

 

Upcoming WORKSHOPS

 


GLobal Literacy: Industries, Innovation, and Infrastructure 

  • Thursday, December 1, 2022
  • 5:30p.m. to 8:30p.m.
  • USF Stavros Center, 4111 USF Willow Dr, Tampa
  • A light dinner will be provided
    • Event Description: Infrastructure, meaning roads, bridges, tunnels, water supplies, electric grid, Internet, and phone networks, are essential for people to access good education, jobs, and healthcare, and sanitation. While major improvements are being made to infrastructure, providing roads, public transport, electricity, connectivity to the Internet, and clean water and sanitation to people around the world, billions of people still live without good services. 
    • In this session we will share ways kids can, and have, created innovative solutions to real world problems and provide Florida-standards-aligned lesson ideas to guide your students toward becoming innovators and inventors.

This workshop is Free, but space is limited. Registration will close on November 25, 2022. Teachers will receive free resources.

The first 30 individuals who register for and attend will be eligible for a $50 stipend.

Sponsored by Coca Cola Beverages Florida

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Holiday reading, writing and arithmetic:  budgeting and gift giving in a financially sound way

  • December 6, 2022
  • 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
  • USF Stavros Center, 4111 USF Willow Drive, Tampa
  • A light dinner will be provided
  • Using current events to get students to read, write and compute using financial literacy skills.
  • Is there such a thing as a smart gift giver?
  • What is so wrong with using credit cards during the holidays?  A lesson in dept for all ages.

The first 30 individuals who register for and attend will be eligible for a $50 stipend.

Sponsored by State Farm

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