Colleges That Change Lives: "Is a non-profit organization dedicated to the support of student-centered college search. The programs are designed to offer students, parents, and counselors a new perspective on college admission, to address some of the misconceptions about college admission, and to help students connect with representatives." The college fair portion will last for approximately 1.5 hours. Website:ctcl.org/events-all/
Service Academy Night - Tuesday, April 24th - Springfield Air National Guard, 183rd Wing, 3101 J. David Jones Parkway, Springfield, IL, 62707 - Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the program begins at 7:00 p.m. - If you are interested in applying to any of the following U.S. Service Academies, you should attend this meeting. - U.S. Air Force Academy - U.S. Coast Guard Academy - U.S. Merchant Marine Academy - U.S. Military Academy - U.S. Naval Academy To RSVP: Must RSVP no later than April 20, 2018 to Mr. Mike Gilmore at email@example.com. When replying, please provide the complete names and dates of birth of those attending.
Parkland College, Art & Design Open House - Thursday, April 26th - 5:30 - 7:30 PM - C Wing, D Wing, Giertz Gallery - Demonstrations: Metalwork and jewelry, Drawing, Painting, Sculpture and 3D Design - Watch Classes in: Ceramics, Digital Photography, Typography
2018 World Affairs Seminar (WAS) - Is a unique international educational experience offered by Rotary. High school students from around the world come to WAS to tackle challenging global issues in an atmosphere of learning, interaction and cooperation. WAS is an on-campus experience held in June. Tuition is usually paid by local Rotary clubs. - For more information, please visit: worldaffairsseminar.org/
University of Illinois at U-C, College of Fine & Applied Arts Summer Programs The College of Fine and Applied Arts offers four residential summer programs for high school students: Illinois Summer Youth Music, Discover Architecture, iSTEAM, and FAA Summer Intensive. For more information, visit our website. High School Talent Competitions Students in grades 9 through 11 are encouraged to enter one of our seven talent competitions: Architectural Drawing, Self-Portrait, Dance Choreography, Design a Playscape, Music Performance, Acting: Shakespeare, or Ideal City. Prizes include full scholarships to our summer programs. For more information, visit our website. New Majors The College of Fine and Applied Arts will be offering two new majors beginning in Fall 2019: Lyric Theatre, a Bachelor of Musical Arts degree providing comprehensive training for the singing actor, and Computer Science + Music, a Bachelor of Science cross-disciplinary degree for students interested in pursuing a career in music technology or who want to push the boundaries of music composition.
15th Annual Illinois Latino Law Forum Any high school students, college students and recent graduates who might be interested in college or law school can participate in this pipeline program - offered at no cost - designed to encourage more Latino/as to consider the field of law as a profession by exposing them to the value of a legal education and a career in the field of law. Guest speakers include judges; practicing attorneys; college admissions counselors; law school administrators, including one of only a very small number of Latina law school Deans in the country; government lawyers, and many other inspiring professionals. This event is free! Advanced Registration:www.eventbrite.com/e/15th-annual-illinois-latino-law-forum-tickets-43097985234
Baker College, Law Enforcement Day For: "High School students interested in meeting representatives from multiple policing agencies to learn more about potential law enforcement careers. Baker College students, particularly Criminal Justice students, interested in learning more about specific law enforcement agencies and the opportunities available. Program: "Presentation by representatives from Michigan State Police, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Detroit Police Department, Michigan Department of Corrections and more. Tour of campus and demonstrations will be available. Time: 9:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Welcome 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Program Locations: Baker College of Flint 1050 W. Bristol Road Flint, MI 48507
Bake College of Jackson 2800 Springport Road Jackson, MI 49202 Cost: $0; lunch will be provided RSVP: Call Michelle at (810_766-4077 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Illinois at U-C, College of Media Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors are invited to join us at our 360° Sports and Entertainment Summer Camp July 8 through 13. They can personalize their on-campus experience with classes and workshops that interest them in the fields of journalism, advertising, or media and cinema studies. Campers will learn from faculty and pros in the field about broadcast and mobile journalism, photography, play-by-play, film reviews, podcasts, animation, working with drones, GoPros, and more. We've added new sessions and more labs for returning campers, but space is still limited. Applications are now open.
Paul Mitchell the school Normal Experience a day in the life of our school - May 4th, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm - RSVP: paulmitchell.edu/normal/events National Open House Night - Tuesday, March 27th, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm - RSVP: Marissa Hough at email@example.com, 309-451-0400
University of Illinois at U-C, "Crop Sciences Visit" Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors who are interested in plant genetics, biotechnology, business, sustainability, or crop production are invited to attend our Visit Crop Sciences Day on Friday, March 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Visitors will meet with current students and professors and discover new trends in the field of crop sciences. Lunch will be provided. Contact: Ms. Erika Olivares at firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Illinois at U-C, School of Social Work, "Be a Change Agent" - Date: Friday, June 22, 2018 - Time: 8:30 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. - Location: University of Illinois, School of Social Work, 1010 West Nevada Street, Urbana, IL 61801 - "Join us for a free, one-day event specifically designed for Junior and Senior high school students who are passionate about being a catalyst for social change". - You can register online using this link: forms.illinois.edu/sec/7563624 - For more information, visit our website: socialwork.illinois.edu/social-work-summer-program-be-a-change-agent/ - Contact: Ms. Laura Graven at email@example.com ** Lunch will be provided.
University of Illinois at U-C, Gies College of Business The Gies College of Business will once again host its summer Emerging Business Leaders (EBL) Program from July 9 to 20. This on-campus program is designed for high-achieving Black, African American, Hispanic, Latino/a, and Native American students interested in studying business who are entering their senior year of high school. All students who participate in the EBL Program and enroll as a student in the Gies College of Business will receive a renewable merit-based scholarship to help cover their college costs. The EBL application will be available on this website starting February 1. New this year, a high school counselor letter of recommendation will be required along with the student application. Website:business.illinois.edu/undergraduate-affairs/admissions/ebl/?utm_content=Majors%20Updates&utm_campaign=HS%20Counselor&utm_source=Slate&utm_term=2018&utm_medium=email Contact: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 217-244-3890
University of Illinois at U-C, College of Engineering GAMES Camp Girls’ Adventures in Mathematics, Engineering, and Science (GAMES) Camp is a summer program held on campus for academically talented girls (rising 6th through 12th graders) interested in math, science, and engineering. Alongside women in these disciplines, girls will explore engineering through demonstrations, presentations, and fun hands-on activities. For more information, visit our website. Applications open in mid-January.
University of Illinois at U-C, School of Social Work This summer, the School of Social Work is hosting a day of service learning specifically for high school students interested in exploring the field of social work. If you know students who enjoy helping others, volunteering, and serving in their community, this event may be for them. Interested students should contact Laura Graven, Undergraduate Affairs Coordinator, for more information.
Rotary Youth Leadership Camp Dates: Friday, April 27th - Sunday, April 29, 2018 Cost: $165 per attendee with an early registration discount of $10 if sent and paid for by February 28, 2018. For Questions, Contact: Ms. Roxanne Johnston at 217-714-4322 or email@example.com For Applications, please see Mr. Tanner in the College & Career Center.
Juniors Exploring Engineering at Purdue "Make plans now for your college campus visit to Purdue University supported by the Women in Engineering Program! Register online (www.purdue.edu/wiep/) to attend a FREE, multifaceted engineering program called, Juniors Exploring Engineering at Purdue (JEEP), on Monday, April 9, 2018. A daylong event geared toward women in their junior year of high school with an engineering interest. If you'll be on campus, visit our welcome assembly, Sunday evening, April 8 from 7-8:30 p.m. EST. Online registration is open at www.purdue.edu/wiep/ under the Events tab. Registrations are limited and due by Friday, March 30, 2018. Contact Information: (765)-494-3889, firstname.lastname@example.org and www.purdue.edu/wiep/