This seminar is design to provide students with general tips on how to write and speak with clarity and precision. It will discuss the do's and don'ts of formal writing and speaking. The seminar will also include different strategies one can use in preparing and delivering a sermon. Her presentations are fun and interactive which are design to keep the audience engaged and participatory during the entire seminar.
Dr. Jarita Mitchell
Jarita A. Mitchell, Ed.D., holds a Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of TN at Chattanooga and was initiated into the Zeta Kappa Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. on March 31, 1996. She holds both her Master of Science in Leadership and Doctorate of Education in Reading from the University of Memphis, and her administrative certification from Bethel University. Jarita has been an educator for 19 years and is currently an Instructional Support Advisor for Literacy with Shelby County Schools. She is a 2013 graduate of the Emerging Leaders Program through Memphis City Schools, a 2013 participant of the Harvard Graduate School of Education Principal’s Leadership Institute, and a 2015 participant of Shelby County Schools Leadership Institute. Jarita holds certifications and licenses in Special Teacher Reading, Elementary Education, Professional Administrator, and Superintendent. With experience in program initiatives, optimizing the learning atmosphere, staff development, and promoting a safe environment, Jarita has a proven record for exceeding faculty goals through effective internal and external communication, and a firm commitment to student-centered learning.
AIHC School of Biblical Studies
P. O. Box 9473
Memphis, Tennessee 38190
Phone # (901) 239-2442
Fax# (901) 443-5026
AIHC School of Biblical Studies takes pride in preparing our students to share the gospel of Jesus Christ all over the world. Galatians 3:26 states, "There is neither Greek nor Jew, bond nor free, male nor female, for ye all one in Christ Jesus." All applicants are welcome to apply for admission at AIHC School of Biblical Studies regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, creed, disability, age, gender, or sexual orientation. All applicants are given the rights and privileges generally made available to students at AIHC School of Biblical Studies.