PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Pace University School of Education hosted approximately 300 students for the Ossining School District’s Roosevelt Elementary School 5th Grade Collegiate Experience this week. Students from the Ossining District toured the campus with Pace University students in order to experience college life.
Dr. Corey Reynolds, the principal of Roosevelt School, tells his students that through education, the will become either college or work ready. For a number of years Pace's School of Education has partnered with Reynolds in this endeavor. The School of Education provides students with a mini campus experience to help learn about various career and work choices.
While walking across the Pleasantville campus, Pace students were able to chat with 5th graders about their experience on campus, and answered any questions that arose from students about the courses that have taken in high school and college.
For Pace students, the experience presented an opportunity to share their journey of become a college student with young minds.