Tag Archives: Education

TROY offering Civic Heroes free virtual summer camp for kids

June 3, 2020
By Greg Phillips

Troy University’s Office of Civic Engagement is offering a free superhero-themed virtual summer camp for upper elementary school students starting Monday, June 22.

The camp, titled Civic Heroes, is aimed at students entering fourth through sixth grade and features virtual games, activities and civic lessons for children.

Campers will meet online twice weekly June 22…

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Troy University’s Coleman Center to reopen June 1

May 14, 2020
By Greg Phillips

Troy University’s Coleman Center for Early Learning and Family Enrichment is scheduled to reopen June 1 with a comprehensive COVID-19 safety plan.

Located at the university’s Dothan Campus, the Coleman Center provides high-quality early learning and care for children in the Wiregrass region from six weeks through 5 years old.

In order to promote a…

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Dothan Campus presents Teacher’s Fair April 7

March 10, 2020
By Greg Phillips

Troy University’s Dothan Campus will host a Teacher’s Fair on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, from 9-11 a.m.

The fair will be held in Malone Hall’s Harrison Room.

Educators, alumni or individuals interested in a career in education are welcome to attend.

 “This is a great opportunity for our students, alumni and educators…

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