Student Organizations


STUDENT COUNCIL for EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN

CEC

The Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC) is a chapter of the Council for Exceptional Children, a national organization that is dedicated to improving the educational experience for children with exceptionalities.   SCEC’s goal is to enhance the lives of persons with exceptionalities in Washington County.  The SCEC achieves this goal by:  volunteering at Special Olympics, Siblings United, as well as additional events within the community and campus. Not only do we serve our community, but we are also an organization that connects students at East Tennessee State University who are interested in working with persons with exceptionalities.  Through socials and monthly meetings, the SCEC is a great way to connect yourself with other students on campus who are also interesting in serving their community and persons with exceptionalities.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION for YOUNG CHILDREN

SAYC

Student Association for Young Children (SAYC) is an organization for undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff of ETSU that want to promote the growth, development and well-being of young children. We participate in many on-campus as well as off-campus events including Homecoming, Relay for Life and volunteer opportunities at local elementary schools. We host a Family Fun Day in the Spring semester every year. This event is open to all students of East Tennessee State University. Students, faculty, alumni, children and friends can come out and enjoy a day of fun as they go around the gym to centers of interest. We also attend at least one early childhood conference each year. In addition, SAYC works closely with Little Bucs and the Child Study Center. If this is for you, we encourage you to join our organization!

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STUDENT TENNESSEE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION
 STEA This organization gives members opportunities for developing professional skills along with many other great advantages.       These include access to professional websites, free admission to developmental workshops held on campus, free subscriptions to professional journals, and other discounts on various products at various locations.This organization has meetings on the first   Tuesday of every month in Warf-Pickel. All meetings provide fun games, beneficial information, and an opportunity to communicate with peers in the education department as well as other professionals.

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STEA at ETSU