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“The junior year is also a time to develop leadership skills in any of the co-curricular activities on campus.”
“Personal example: On Long Island, New York, $250,000 is what two working teachers near retirement age make together with some extra advisorships or chaparoning or other co-curricular earnings tossd in.”
“Start a student book club as a co-curricular activity at lunch time.”
“My co-curricular is, fortunately, to keep the library open and supervised until 5: 00 pm.”
“The co-curricular is all weighted as part of the teaching assignment.”
“Then, all staff members are required to do co-curricular activities.”
“NSCS also provides members with community service opportunities, local and national co-curricular programs, resources for leadership and personal development, not to mention access to a quarter of a million dollars in member scholarships annually.”
“Once deemed "extra-curricular" activities, these experiences are more accurately re-phrased as "co-curricular" -- study abroad, leadership training, service learning, interdisciplinary studies, interracial interaction, and contemplative practices.”
“What social or co-curricular activities will help you reach these goals?”
“Sure, administrators and faculty plan the guidelines for education and co-curricular activities, but it's the evolution of student culture over many years that comes to define the way a place feels to the young men and women who spend these transitional years on campus.”
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