Student organizations in the College of Education
Association of Middle Level Education (AMLE)
Members are dedicated to improving the educational experiences of all students ages 10 to 15 by providing vision, knowledge, and resources to educators and leaders.
Advocating for Families and Children
The purpose of this organization is to promote care and education of young children, citizen action, and continuing study of the needs of young children and their families.
Bear Power Ambassadors
Volunteer peer mentors who provide individualized support for Bear POWER (Promoting Opportunities for Work, Education and Resilience) students. Students establish one-on-one relationships with Bear POWER students and engage with them both academically and socially.
Child Life Student Association
Members of the Child Life Student Association are interested in learning, volunteering and networking within the field of Child Life.
Educator's Honors Society (ETHOS)
This is an educational honors society for education majors of any level who are also members of the Honor's College. Ethos works with the Honors College to adapt requirements to be more easily achieved by COE Students.
International Reading Association
Members promote high levels of literacy for all by improving the quality of reading instruction, disseminating research and information about reading, and encouraging lifelong reading.
Kappa Delta Pi (KDP)
Kappa Delta Pi is an International Honor Society in Education. Kappa Delta Pi elects members who exhibit the ideals of scholarship, high personal standards and promise in teaching and allied professions.
Missouri State Student Organization of Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism
MOSABA is a forum to discuss research and policy in the area of Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis. MOSABA members will be provided opportunities to engage in faculty/student discussions, research conferences, and clinical experiences.
Student Council for Exceptional Children
This international organization is designed to improve education and set standards for educating individuals with exceptionalities, including gifted students and students with various disabilities.
Student Missouri State Teachers Association (SMSTA)
Members have opportunities to engage in personal and professional growth, leadership skill development, and participation in professional development at local and state levels.
Student National Education Association (SNEA)
Members preparing for careers in education have opportunities with personal and professional development trough membership in a local, state, and national professional organization.
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