For our first webinar of the 2018-2019 academic year, we will have Mark Ousley and Michael Kelly walk us through Naviance, a comprehensive college and career readiness program that helps schools align student strengths and interests to postsecondary goals, improving student outcomes and connecting learning to life. The session will last from 40 minutes to an hour.
We have two dates and times to accommodate multiple time zones. The first session will be on Wednesday, October 10th at 1pm Eastern Time. The second session will take place on Thursday, Oct 11 at 4pm Eastern Time. Please register for either session by clicking the link above. Once registered, you will receive a follow-up email with information and link to your selected session.
Mark and Michael will also be at our National Conference and will be able to speak about Naviance in more detail for members who will be in Louisville.
Contact Mike Kelly (703) 859-7401 / firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Registration Deadline for National Conference 2018
Registration for our National Conference will close on Wednesday, October 3 by 8pm Eastern Time. We currently have 70 registered participants, representing 36 NativityMiguel schools. Click here for all Conference details, including registration and hotel accommodations.
ALUMNI PROFILE: Zoeta Zigbuo
(as seen in Durham Nativity’s September Newsletter)
Zoeta Zigbuo (DNS ‘17) has been up to some great things since graduating from Durham Nativity School! The current sophomore at Tallulah Falls in Georgia did a summer internship with Dr. Deborah Attix in the Duke Department of Neurology.
The internship allowed him to shadow Dr. Attix and assisted with several projects. He did such an amazing job that he was invited to return again next year!
Zoeta was introduced to Dr. Attix through his mentor, Phillip Walker, a Duke Medical School student, and Morehouse graduate. They first met during a Duke mission trip to Uganda while Zoeta was in 8th-grade at Durham Nativity. Some of our students were able to participate in the mission trip thanks to the generous efforts of Dr. Michael Haglund, a neurosurgeon at Duke Health.
When Phillip learned that Zoeta would be attending school in his home state of Georgia and that he was an aspiring doctor, he took the young man under his wing. Since then, Phillip and his parents have become a second family for Zoeta, helping him to strengthen his commitment to becoming a doctor one day – a dream which began at Durham Nativity.