How to get involved with Ceep as an organization!

So you've heard about CEEP and now you want to get involved with our program but don't know how to get started? Below are a few simple ways of how an organization (you) can get involved with our wonderful program, but first, a short summary of what CEEP actually is.  Screen Shot 2022-01-14 at 2.15.43 PM

Above is a basic overview of what we do here at CEEP, to look more in-depth at the details click here.

CEEP as a program is very fresh, so we're looking for a few things from any potential organizations wanting to get involved! Check them out below:

1 | Opportunities

We can use as many contacts as we can. Whether it be a research conference offering free/discounted entries for our students or a neighborhood business association wanting to compare data, CEEP wants to create these connections with organizations, so we can all thrive. Opportunities are key to our students, so anything from a volunteer position to a mentoring role would be greatly appreciated here. Reach out and let us know how we can all help each other! 

 2 | Feedback

CEEP is young. We are growing into what we hope will be an immersive and beneficial program to students and faculty alike, but we can always use help. Research is a popular practice and plenty of the organizations looking at this page have tons of experience in the field, so please feel free to contact us with suggestions, critiques, or anything that you think will help improve the program's quality. 

 3 | Spread the Word!

As CEEP grows as a program so should our reach, and you (the organizations) can help us do that! After you've finished scrolling through our website, follow us on our social media pages and recommend a teacher, student, or other organization that you think might benefit from knowing about our program! Shout us out and we'll make sure to do the same for you!

 Send us an email and we can get started on involving you with our wonderful program! 

Professor Shane Snipes:

Research Assistant Jessica Pitts:

Research Assistant Raymond Lou:

Research Assistant Tristan Rodriguez:

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