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Young Professionals in Training

Young Professionals In Training (YPIT) is a mentoring and tutoring program for students in 5th–12th grade. The program will expose students from underrepresented populations to majors and careers on Auburn University's campus. YPIT is a collaboration between Auburn University Outreach, Truman Pierce Institute (TPI), and the Curtis House, a local non-profit. YPIT seeks to understand participants' challenges and needs by allowing them to be the drivers of the program.

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PK-12 Survey for Families

Share your needs so we can work with community partners to provide affordable resources and programming for youth in the community. Use the button below to take a 5-10 minute community survey. The information will be used to tailor CEOE programming and partnerships to meet the needs of preK-12 students in our community.

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Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Supplemental Program

The AU Center for Educational Outreach and Engagement (CEOE) has been awarded a $214,000 grant (renewable for 3 years) to partner with the Macon and Bullock County Career Technical Education Centers.

Last Updated: June 7, 2023