The Early Entrance Alumni Network (EEPAN), in collaboration with the Early Entrance Program and Honors, develops and implements initiatives that benefit EEP students, EEP alumni, and Cal State LA. EEPAN aims to support the academic, professional, and personal development of EEP students and alumni by providing opportunities for mentorship, recruitment, advocacy, and socializing. EEPAN members engage in these aims through a shared value of inquiry and discovery, creative and critical thinking, community and civic engagement, and the vital role in the continued success and growth of the Early Entrance Program.
Owynn is a double alumnus of Cal State LA, holding both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Anthropology from the University. Owynn has spent the majority of his career in various modes of education, including: charter and public schools, continuation and alternative education, as well as Community Colleges and Cal State LA itself. In his current role, he supports the University’s mission of improved educational practice and access as well as the use and incorporation of technology into instruction.
As the Chair of the EEPAN, Owynn’s main goal is in the development of programing in order grow membership and opportunities for all current EEPsters and Alumni. Owynn can be reached through the EEPAN email or directly at email@example.com.
The Honors College and the Early Entrance Program Alumni Network (EEPAN) invite EEP alumni to a reception at San Antonio Winery. Enjoy a couple of hours of food, wine, conversation, and take the opportunity to meet our new EEP Assistant Director, Dr. Andrea Arias. Must be 21 and over to participate with the tastings. Please RSVP no later than Tuesday, April 30, 2019 using the button below.
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Have an idea for a networking mixer, workshop, or seminar? Learn more about the network, or how to get involved and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.