Project GOAL

Project GOAL (Gaining Opportunities thru Academic Leadership)

 

Department Contact

 

Adriana Riggs

Project GOAL Director
Phone: 701.477.7840
Ext: 1036
Email: ariggs@tm.edu
Office: Room A103C


 

Introduction

The Turtle Mountain Community College Project GOAL (Gaining Opportunities through Academic Leadership) is designed to generate participation of students identified as at risk. The goal of the program is to increase student academic achievement by offering a variety of learning programs or strategies to aid in preparation for post-secondary education.

Motto

Get Out And Lead”

Upcoming events

 

Weekend Academy & Summer Session

 

Target Schools:

  • Turtle Mountain Community High School, Belcourt
  • Dunseith Public High School, Dunseith
  • St. John Public High School, St. John

Services Offered:

  • Supplemental Academic instruction in math, reading, writing and science
  • Tutorial Services for academic and summer program.
  • Monthly weekend academies: Focusing on college/career awareness, student academic success, and health & nutrition.
  • Five-week summer session.
  • Leadership and community service opportunities offered throughout the academic year and during summer session.

Eligible Students:

  • Member or descendant of Federally recognized Tribe.
  • Students interested in improving academic achievement
  • Students interested in attending college.
  • Students interested in developing academic and career-long plans.
  • Attendance requirement for participating students.
Eligible students interested in being a part of Project GOAL can fill out the student application and submit through email or drop off at TMCC Rm A103C. Students are not guaranteed acceptance but will be put on a waiting list for open spots.
Student Application
Call or email the Project GOAL staff for more information and check back regularly for upcoming community events. 

 

 

This program is funded by the Department of Education.