PAGE and the members of Future Georgia Educators (FGE) cordially invite all Education Pathway (ECE and TAP) classes to attend one of our “FGE Days” to be hosted at various colleges across the state. The colleges of education at these institutions have teamed up with PAGE to plan an exciting day of professional learning, networking, and college visitation for students who may be considering a career in education.

Dates and Locations

DateLocationCityRegistration Deadline
Wednesday, October 4, 2023Georgia State UniversityAtlanta9/15/2023
Thursday, October 5, 2023Augusta UniversityAugusta9/16/2023
Wednesday, October 18, 2023Columbus State UniversityColumbus10/6/2023
Thursday, October 19, 2023Georgia Southwestern State UniversityAmericus10/6/2023
Tuesday, October 31, 2023University of North GeorgiaDahlonega10/20/2023
Wednesday, November 1, 2023Clayton State UniversityMorrow10/20/2023
Thursday, November 2, 2023Georgia Southern UniversityStatesboro10/20/2023
Friday, November 10, 2023Georgia Gwinnett CollegeLawrenceville10/27/2023
Wednesday, January 31, 2024Dalton State CollegeDalton1/19/2024
Thursday, February 1, 2024University of GeorgiaAthens1/19/2024
Thursday, February 8, 2024University of West GeorgiaCarrollton1/26/2024
Tuesday, February 13, 2024Valdosta State UniversityValdosta2/2/2024
Thursday, March 14, 2024FGE Day at Mercer UniversityMacon3/1/2024
Thursday, March 14, 2025FGE State CompetitionMacon3/1/2024

Registration Costs

Rates shown below are per person and include lunch.

Affiliated FGE Chapters* All Other Groups
Students $10 Students $12
Teachers $10 Teachers $12
Others (chaperones, bus drivers, etc.,) $10 Others (chaperones, bus drivers, etc.,) $12
 *When we receive your affiliation, we will provide a promo code to use when registering for FGE Day in order to get the discounted rate.

Tentative Agenda

Please note: the agenda below is to give a general idea. Agendas, including starting and ending time, will vary by location.

8:45 – 9:15 – Check-in
9:30 – 10:20 – Opening session and Keynote
10:30 – 10:50 – Knowledge Bowl
11:00-11:45 – Breakout sessions/ College fair, Round 1
11:45-12:15 – Lunch (included in your registration)
12:20-1:05 – Breakout sessions/ College fair, Round 2
1:10-1:55 – Breakout sessions/ College fair, Round 3
2:00 – Optional campus tour (Note: campus tour not available at UGA or GA State)

Dress Code

The dress code is casual. T-shirts are discouraged unless your group is wearing matching t-shirts. Jeans are acceptable, and please follow your school’s dress code. Comfortable shoes are recommended. Please note the weather expected for the day and be prepared for walking outdoors between buildings.

How to Register (High School Classes/FGE Chapters)

Registration is completely online; you may choose to pay by credit card or check.

IMPORTANT:  All attendees (students and adults) must bring a signed photo release form. (Students’ forms will need to be signed by a parent/guardian.)

Note: Attendees at FGE Day at Clayton State University and Georgia Southern University will also need to bring signed copies of the college’s  release forms:

Clayton State Student Release  Clayton State Adult Release

Georgia Southern Student Release   Georgia Southern Adult Release


NOTE: If you have any difficulty with the online registration system, you may need to clear your browser’s cache.  If you have further difficulties, please contact Mary Ruth Ray at maryruth@pageinc.org or 912-237-1899.

Registration for Colleges (College Fair)

Colleges click here for information on the college fair.

What is FGE Day?

Watch our video to find out!

Each event will include:

  • Keynote address from an award-winning educator
  • Engaging workshop sessions on teaching topics
  • College Fair with representatives from colleges across Georgia
  • Mini-session with host college’s admissions staff
  • Education and Ethics Knowledge Bowl Competition (available to all attendees)
  • Additional competitions for affiliated FGE chapters
  • Lunch provided

Who is invited?

  • High School FGE chapters
  • Students enrolled in an Education Pathway (ECE or TAP)
  • Teachers are also encouraged to bring any high school students interested in exploring a career in teaching