BTS Hosts Skill Shops

LaTasha Graham ( West Campus Transitions Coordinator), Tracie Godfrey (Osceola BTS Academic Advisor), Kiawania Heard (Dual Enrollment) presented the skill shop Should I Leave My Boo?: Understanding Relationship Dynamics. The work shop was very engaging and well attended more than 100 students packed the Osceola  campus auditorium to listen to the presenters.




About Bridges to Success

The Office of Bridges to Success (BTS) is responsible for working with diverse populations to assist with the post-secondary transition from application to enrollment and graduation; assist the college in creating an educational environment that supports the success of these students. In addition, BTS is committed to helping all students become successful in achieving their educational and career goals. We know that the Road to Success can be challenging as students balance their academic course work, responsibilities and personal life. An important element in a student’s success at Valencia is the connection with people and services that can assist them when they need it. BTS works within the college to provide services and programs of interest and benefit to our diverse student population. BTS, as a part of its action plan for minority recruitment and retention maintains vital connections with colleges and universities throughout the country, and with minority churches and other civic and ethnic groups in the community that support students in their educational endevaours.

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