Postsecondary Awareness With Success
PAWS is an exciting program for 4th and 5th grade students at Brown Academy.
PAWS began in 2007 as a pilot elementary-age college awareness program.
Educate. Encourage. Support. Inspire.
Our passion is...
Mentoring to children to achieve their dreams by becoming better students, friends, and citizens
so that they will lead the future of our communities, our country, and the world.
Our mission is to...
Increase awareness about postsecondary education opportunities for ongoing planning and goal setting.
Improve the understanding of the importance of postsecondary education for elementary students.
Help elementary children learn how to achieve their dreams of a postsecondary education.
UTC students provide mentoring services to students including homework assistance, interactive panel discussions, guidance on how to be successful in school, and ecourage awareness of the possibility of a postsecondary experience.
If you are interested in becoming a UTC mentor, please click the below link:
To learn more about PAWS, check out our additional website: http://utcpaws.weebly.com
Check out all of our Pictures Here! Facebook.com/UTCPAWS
Do you know about Think Achieve? If you would like to earn service points for priority registration, recognition at graduation, transcript distinction, and other benefits, you can earn Beyond the Classroom points for Think Achieve through PAWS! Visit www.utc.edu/think/beyond for more info!
Click the Links below to see what P.A.W.S. has been up to!
"We Inpsire" Project for MLK Overpass Watch Video!
PAWS kids paint mural on MLK Read Article!
PAWS kids learn about diversity Read Article!
PAWS kids paint mural to be displayed on ML King Read Article!
UT System President -Dr. Joe DiPietro - Supporting UTC and its movement into the Top 5 Watch Video!
DREAMWork Nursing program team up with PAWS Read Article!
Mentoring at First Christian Church Read Article!
P.A.W.S encourages academic success Read Article!
Funds received for mentoring program Read Article!
Aiding elementary students Read Article!
Tackling juvenile delinquency Read Article!