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Last updated March 9, 2020

Welcome educators! Here you will find everything you need to engage your students in the #WeBelongInCollege campaign.

In this video, Enoch Jemmott, one of the main subjects of the film, PERSONAL STATEMENT, explains the #WeBelongInCollege campaign.

Engage your students with the #WeBelongInCollege Curriculum Unit

You can use this free Curriculum Unit to engage students in the #WeBelongInCollege Campaign if you have a copy of the film, PERSONAL STATEMENT.

The curriculum unit amplifies the power of the experience of engaging students in creating their own #WeBelongInCollege stories because it incorporates a screening of the film, PERSONAL STATEMENT. In the film, three high school students share their stories of struggling and persisting through the college process and into college.

You can learn more about the film, PERSONAL STATEMENT,  here.

You can request a free copy of the film if you want to use the #WeBelongInCollege curriculum unit with your students.

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Engage students with the Curriculum Unit

Download our free Curriculum Unit to engage students in the #WeBelongInCollege Campaign with the PERSONAL STATEMENT film:

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#WeBelongInCollege Curriculum Unit Slide Deck

Download Curriculum Slide Deck that can be used with the #WeBelongInCollege Curriculum (above).

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