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Student Council for Exceptional Children

Description: SCEC is the Methodist University chapter of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC). CEC is the largest international professional organization dedicated to improving educational outcomes for individuals with exceptionalities. Student CEC is the part of CEC which serves the needs of future professionals in Special Education and related fields. Student CEC membership is open to all students interested in making positive change in the lives of those with disabilities and/or who are gifted. Special Education majors are particularly encouraged to join. SCEC membership offers opportunities for leadership, development, career advice, and peer support. Goals: To promote the welfare and education of exceptional children and youth.

Goals: To promote the welfare and education of exceptional children and youth.

Meetings: Once a month

Major Activities: SCEC is involved with Special Olympics, Very Special Arts, and a variety of other volunteer programs including giving time to children in the Fayetteville Schools. SCEC hosts parent conferences and has annual Soup and Sandwich luncheons.

Membership Costs: Membership is $35.00, but SCEC pays half of that, leaving members to pay only $17.50.


Advisor's Phone Number: (910) 630-7373