Many different types of opportunities exist for Northern Michigan University students at the Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship. These include:
1. Working with the NMU-CEEE staff to create new materials for Upper Peninsula classrooms and parents.
Interns for the NMU-CEEE help the center make community presentations, put on workshops, prepare needed materials for teachers and do research.
Some recent examples of student-created learning materials include:
- Circular Flow Diagram, by Eric Janofski, art and design
- Learning More About the U.P. Mining Industry (including circular flow diagram) by Cindi Knoebel and Kristi Bobnock
- The crow and the pitcher (published in Econedlink) by Laura Lepannen
2. Pre-service workshops for future teachers and internships.
The pre-service workshops in economic education are designed to reach future K-12 teachers. Education majors or instructors of methods courses are encouraged to contact the NMU-CEEE to arrange for a pre-service workshop.
To contact the NMU-CEEE about these student opportunities, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.