Math Enrichment/Bridge Workshop provides supplemental learning for K-12 students in the areas of general math, algebra, integrated math, trigonometry, statistics, pre-calculus, and calculus.
College and Career Planning Workshop for Students
Middle school and high school students attend and benefit from this workshop in a computer based, classroom environment where they will interact with real-life scenarios, participate in mock interviews and create their college portfolio.
Led by READit's representative, this course for students is held in a workshop environment on a one or two day basis set aside by the respective district/school and agreed upon with the district/school representative and READit's representative. Training will take place over a total of six to 12 hours (one or two work days) for a maximum of 30 students (additional students may yield additional costs) and will include: overview of how to effectively prepare for life beyond high school, the college application process and investigating colleges, properly soliciting letters of recommendation, building resumes, identifying and applying for scholarships, and preparing for the college interview. Students will hone their interviewing skills and build the basic structure of their own resume and cover letter. Additionally, they will actively participate in mock college interviews led and facilitated by READit.
Optimally for one to 30 students, this workshop (led by a READit representative) focuses on students who wish to learn how to network and build their professional circle of influence via business, social, and dining etiquette.
This six hour workshop is meant to inform students about general and specific etiquette guidelines so that they are properly prepared for life in the professional lane. Students will actively participate in mock settings where they will see and work through proper etiquette practices and demonstrations. Students will learn about proper business, social and dining etiquette in a lively, fun and challenging environment. By the end of the day, they will walk away feeling more confident in their abilities to navigate multiple environments. More than 30 students may incur an additional charge.
Cyber Security workshop
We provide an overview of safe surfing, internet etiquette, tips, and tricks through hands-on and engaging activities for students in grades 6-12. This workshop uses activities such as encoding and decoding messages, encrypting and decrypting pictures, and converting from hexadecimal to ASCII codes. It also provides an overview of basic coding protocol and vocabulary. We also introduce students to Raspberry Pi and fun activities where they may apply cyber security concepts learned to create their first set of code, using the Raspberry Pis!