HD 192A : Summer Training to Revive Indigenous Vision & Empowerment (STRIVE)

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Grading mode

Pass/No Pass grades

Total contact hours


Other hours



Instructor approval.

Course Description

Third in a 3-quarter series for high school students. Four-day live-in college preparation program that introduces students to the college experience through structured academic, leadership and cultural activities with a Native American and Indigenous perspective. Provides students with opportunities to explore and attain skills in leadership, teamwork, communication and conflict resolution. Interaction with college mentors prepares students of varying races and ethnicities to embrace post-secondary education as a viable option. P/NP grading.

Course learning outcomes

1. Explore different career options with the COCC faculty and community partners.\\n
2. Cultivate an awareness of contemporary and historical issues in Multicultural communities.
3. Gain familiarity with the COCC campus and prepare for the transition into college.
4. Foster the importance of self-care as it pertains to personal wellness and the college experience.
5. Develop human relationships through community building.

Content outline

  1. Group Leadership 
  2. Teamwork and Collaboration
  3. Communication and Conflict Resolution
  4. College and other post-secondary training options

Required materials

Textbook may be required.

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