Essie Childers, Director of Program

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on 08 January, 2013

Essie Childers, M. Ed.
President and Founder, Mvita Consulting
Young Ladies Success Seminar, Founder and Director            

Essie Childers graduated from Abilene Christian University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education in 1975 and with a Masters in Reading in 1979 from The University of Texas at Tyler. She also is a certified reading specialist. Currently Essie is a full-time professor for Blinn College and a TeamUP Faculty Advisor for Cengage Learning.  She has taught the following courses:  First Year Experience, Strategies for College Success, Learning Frameworks, College Preparatory Reading and Hybrid Reading. In 2008 she was hired to serve as the Summer Project Manager for The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Summer Bridge Program on the Bryan campus. This program was designed to serve rising seniors who were underprepared for college. After the program, many students became college ready in reading and writing.

For over 40 years, Essie has worked with students from preschool to college, community leaders, and professional organizations as well as ladies church programs. She has made numerous presentations, active in professional organizations and has made four trips to Mombasa, Kenya for missionary work.

Essie’s passion is having a desire for all students,   educators and community leaders strive for excellence and visualize success in every task. She offers engaging, active learning workshops for all groups (public and private).

On February 9, 2013, all 6 -8th young ladies will be invited to a first-ever Young Ladies Success Seminar held on the campus of Blinn College, Bryan Texas. The conference will be titled, “You Go Girl…Falling in Love with Success!” I hope that you will encourage a young lady to attend this fantastic conference today to help empower and motivate her to visualize success in middle school and beyond. To read the article that appeared in, “The Eagle” on August 1, 2012, click here.

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