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This program will help satisfy many of the suggested career explorations for girls working on a Journey or badge. Girls will interact with female professionals including law enforcement officers, attorneys and even a federal judge. Learn about how they use skills like leadership, communication, conflict resolution, advocacy and investigation in their careers. Come prepared with questions.
The workshop is free, but reservations are required and space is limited. To register, call Rachel Marshall, the Public Education and Community Outreach Administrator at the Eagleton Courthouse, 314.244.2410, Rachel_Marshall@ca8.uscourts.gov.
Reservation deadline is Nov. 26.
(These are just examples. Let us know what badge or Journey you’re working toward.)
Cadette: Finding Common Ground badge, Special Agent badge, aMAZE Journey
Senior: Behind the Ballot badge, Truth Seeker badge, GIRLtopia Journey, Mission:Sisterhood Journey
Ambassador: Public Policy badge, Your Voice, Your World Journey, JUSTICE Journey, BLISS Journey
The Judicial Learning Center is pleased to announce another installment in the “Inside the Federal Courthouse” series. This public program, offered in partnership with OASIS St. Louis, is open to adult members of the general public. To register, or for more information, contact OASIS at (314) 539-4556.
This program will take you on a tour of the 29-story Thomas F. Eagleton U.S. Courthouse. You’ll visit the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit and observe an oral argument. You’ll get the opportunity to learn about the appeal process from the clerk of court. The program also includes a visit to the Eighth Circuit law library, and many stunning aerial views of downtown St. Louis.
Friday, October 19, 2012 is launch day. Thanks for visiting! Be sure to explore the Student Center pages and test your new knowledge with the interactive student challenges.
The Judicial Learning Center will be introducing additional features on the website in the coming weeks, especially for teachers and other educators. Sign up now to stay connected.
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