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Graduation Commencement Ceremonies

Two graduation ceremonies are held each year on the La Plata Campus for students attending classes at all sites. These ceremonies take place in January and May. All degree and certificate recipients in attendance are recognized.

Honors Reception

An annual Honors Reception (held prior to graduation in May) honors those students whose academic work in specific areas of study is meritorious. Each academic division views this event as an opportunity to recognize promising students.

Graduation Honors

There are three levels of honors awarded at the completion of degrees or certificates: highest honors-a cumulative grade point average of 3.9 to 4.0; high honors-a cumulative grade point average of 3.75 to 3.89; and honors-a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 to 3.74.

Students must have earned at least one-half of their degree or certificate credits at CSM in order to be eligible for honors. The honors designation is recorded on the transcript, based on all CSM courses included in the degree or certificate.

Spring Schedule of Events

Wednesday, May 23, 2018 Thursday, May 24, 2018 Nurses Recognition

Spring Graduation Commencement 6 p.m., Administration (AD) Building Lawn, La Plata Campus ( View Map )

Share your graduation experience on social media with #csmgrad2018 ! Follow us for live coverage at www.csmd.edu/social !

Information for Guests

Guests are encouraged to arrive at least 30 minutes before the ceremony begins.

If the ceremony is hosted inside, tickets are required. Doors will be closed once the procession begins and guests will not be admitted thereafter.

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Photos and Flowers

Commencement photographs will be taken of each graduate as they cross the stage to receive their diploma. They can be viewed at news.csmd.edu .

The College Store will sell flowers for the graduates at the graduation ceremony.

Bag-Checking

The safety of CSM students, guests, and employees is of the utmost importance. CSM will be conducting a bag check at the winter commencement. Please note that everyone may be subject to a bag check before entry. We encourage you to leave large bags, purses, diaper bags, and backpacks in your vehicles or at home, as these will be subject to the bag check process at the door. We appreciate your cooperation and patience.

Disability Services

There is a seating section for elderly or disabled guests. Due to limited space, the college recommends that the person with the disability and only one other guest sit in the accessible seating section. Additional members of your party should sit in the regular seating areas.

Information for Graduates

Congratulations! You have made monumental strides to build a strong foundation for your future by completing your program of study. We look forward to celebrating your success.

ECNL U18/U19 – Natalie Beckman, Midfielder (Colorado Storm)

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OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE AWARD RECIPIENTS

ECNL U15 – Brigid Molloy, Midfielder (WNY Flash)

ECNL U16 – Marcella Cash, Forward (Ohio Elite SA)

ECNL U17 – Anna Haddock, Midfielder (Tennessee SC)

ECNL U18/U19 – Charlemagne Kern, Defender (Ohio Premier)

CLICK HERE to view the complete list of the Ohio Valley All-Conference teams

SOUTHEAST CONFERENCE AWARD RECIPIENTS

ECNL U15 – Jazmin Ferguson, Defender (GSA)

ECNL U16 – Olivia Candelino, Forward (Armada WFC)

ECNL U17 – Avery Paterson, Midfielder (Florida Elite)

ECNL U18/U19 – Sydny Nasello, Forward (Tampa Bay United Rowdies)

CLICK HERE to view the complete list of the Southeast All-Conference teams

SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE AWARD RECIPIENTS

ECNL U15 – Colby Barnett, Forward (Strikers FC)

ECNL U16 – Reilyn Turner, Forward (So Cal Blues)

ECNL U17 – Ryan Campbell, Goalkeeper (So Cal Blues)

ECNL U18/U19 – Carlee Giammona, Midfielder (Heat FC)

CLICK HERE to view the complete list of the Southwest All-Conference teams

TEXAS CONFERENCE AWARD RECIPIENTS

ECNL U15 – Maile Hayes, Forward (Challenge SC)

ECNL U16 – Barbara Oliveiri, Midfielder (Albion Hurricanes FC)

ECNL U17 – Briley Weatherford, Defender (Sting Dallas)

ECNL U18/U19 – Taylor Moon, Forward (D’Feeters SC)

CLICK HERE to view the complete list of the Texas All-Conference teams

The Girls ECNL / United Soccer Coaches All-America selections will be announced following the 2018 ECNL National Finals, which take place July 6-7 in Richmond, VA. Thirty players will be named to the Girls ECNL / United Soccer Coaches All-America team, along with a Girls ECNL Player of the Year.

About Girls Elite Clubs National League :The Girls Elite Clubs National League (Girls ECNL) was founded in 2009 to enhance the developmental experience of female youth soccer players in the United States through: (i) improving the competitive environment through creation of a true national competitive league; (ii) improving the process for identifying elite female soccer players through a systematic scouting and identification program based on national competitions; and (iii) improving the daily training environment at top female youth soccer clubs through developing best practices and training and organizational guidelines for its member clubs.The ECNL is sanctioned by US Club Soccer and is sponsored by Nike Soccer.

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There is large variation in the outcomes of specific ECCE interventions. To maximize the benefits of these interventions, the design of an ambitious national investment in children should be guided by research findings identifying the characteristics of particularly successful ECCE efforts. One of the clearest findings is the importance of the characteristics of child care providers and staff. Some of the most important characteristics are credentials, schooling, and experience, but other characteristics related to quality are intangible ones, such as energy, enthusiasm, and motivation (Blau 2001).

However, the low pay of child care workers presents a severe barrier to attracting the type of workforce at scale that would maximize the benefits of ECCE. Table 1 , reproduced from Gould (2015), highlights that child care workers are overwhelmingly female (95.6 percent) and disproportionately workers of color (39.9 percent, versus 33.9 percent for other occupations). In part because of the lingering labor market penalty suffered by women and workers of color, child care workers receive very low hourly pay, many significantly below the state median wage. However, their low pay is not just a function of their demographic characteristics—these workers face a wage penalty even after controlling for relevant worker characteristics. Gould (2015) has documented that the wage penalty for child care workers is 23.0 percent even when compared with demographically similar workers in other occupations.

Table 1
Table 1

* Race/ethnicity categories are mutually exclusive (i.e., white non-Hispanic, black non-Hispanic, and Hispanic any race).

Note: To ensure sufficient sample sizes, this table draws from pooled 2012–2014 microdata.

Source: EPI analysis of Current Population Survey Outgoing Rotation Group microdata

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The effect of child care workers’ demographic characteristics being consistently penalized in the U.S. labor market, along with the occupation-specific wage penalty, combine to make median hourly wages for child care workers nationally just $10.31, 39.3 percent below the $17.00 median hourly wage of workers in other occupations. In fact, one in seven child care workers (14.7 percent) live in families with income below the official poverty line, compared with 6.7 percent of workers in other occupations. After accounting for demographic differences between child care workers and other workers, child care workers are 5.9 percentage points more likely to be in poverty than similar workers in other occupations (Gould 2015). Current proposals to set a wage floor for child care workers at $15 an hour would directly raise wages for 60 percent of child care workers, for a total wage increase of $156 million per week. Angara Pear Drop Amethyst and Diamond Necklace in Rose Gold buFITpb

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