Over the past two years, Bancroft School has worked to combine both these goals - community service and project-based learning - and has transformed the last two months of the senior year experience, to the benefit of our seniors and the Greater Worcester community.
What does SYE stand for?
SYE stands for Senior Year Experience (various universities)
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 2 other meanings of SYE in our Acronym Attic
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- Sugar Yield Decline Joint Venture (sugarcane growers' research; Australia)
- Somali Youth Development Organization (Mogdishu, Somalia)
- Scholarship and Youth Development Program
- Six Year Defense Plan
- Sustainable Youth Development Partnership (Tanzania)
- System Data Request (Sprint)
- Soweto Youth Drama Society (South Africa)
- Stomach Yin Deficiency Syndrome
- Second Year Experience (various universities)
- Shining Yuan Enterprise Co., Ltd. (est. 1980; Taiwan)
- Slip-Yoke Eliminator
- Sophomore Year Experience (various schools)
- SubmitYourEx.com (website)
- Spokane Youth Environmental Conference (Washington; high school environmental science projects showcase; founded 1998)
- South Yorkshire Eating Disorders Association (UK support organization)
- Singapore Young Executive Network
- South Yorkshire Energy Network (est. 2002; UK)
- Seattle Youth Employment Program
- Summer Youth Employment Program
Samples in periodicals archive:
UCONN seniors can take a one-credit Senior Year Experience class, which covers life skills ranging from resume writing to personal financial management.
Although students reported that these senior year experiences were beneficial, different, and more rewarding than experiences they had in the junior year, they did not express the intention to pursue such jobs upon graduation.
Senior Editor Barbara Kantrowitz and Washington Correspondent Pat Wingert report on ways high school reformers are trying to enhance the senior year experience by focusing on the link between school and college or careers.