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Georgia State University
100 Auburn Ave., N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30303
Free parking available at GSU W-Parking Lot located on 51 Courtland St., N.E.
College Preparation Workshop
Sat. march 2, 2019
8:30 AM – 12:45 PM
Mini camp college:
Mini Camp College is a program sponsored by the Southern Association of College Admission Counseling and Georgia State University designed to help high school students apply to and pay for college. College admission professionals from institutions across the country will lead workshops to help you make the most of your college search.
Pizza Lunch and Debrief
Join us for a pizza lunch and debrief after the Mini Camp College at 1:00 PM! Held in the same building at Georgia State, join Brent Shropshire (email@example.com) to debrief with students and their families.
Paid Summer Internship Opportunity!!!
Project Transformation is looking for college-age young adults seeking a summer of hands-on ministry with underserved children Greater-Atlanta area.
- Work in teams to coordinate programs for children and youth in low-income communities.
- Live in an intentional community with other interns who share a passion for service.
- Weekly trips to explore different forms of ministry and service vocations.
- Living stipend of $2,000 + room and board.
- Form lasting relationships with the children, families, and other interns.
PRIORITY DEADLINE IS FEB. 15TH, 2019.
More information can be found at: https://tinyurl.com/ptngsummerinternship
For questions email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You’re invited to join us for our Deans’ Night Panel located at the Westminster Schools Campus.
Where: McCain Chapel in Pressly Hall
When: Monday, February 11th from 7:00 PM until 8:00 PM
Director of Undergraduate Admission
Director of Undergraduate Admission
Dean of Undergraduate Admissions
University of Virginia
Dean of Admissions
Washington & Lee
Senior Associate Dean of Admissions
Please feel free to spread the word. There is no need to register for our Deans’ Night Panel. All are welcome. Bring your friends!
Victoria Lamar, a 2018 graduate of Westlake High School in Atlanta, GA, and founder of Securing Degrees Debt Free, LLC. received over $3 Million in scholarship funding and would like to teach students and parents on how to do the same!
The next scholarship seminar is January 19, 2019 from 10AM –12PM. Please click here to visit the website and feel free to distribute to any high school students (underclassmen and upperclassmen) who may benefit from this seminar. Their website also has more information about the program, online resources, and details for scheduling sessions at schools or in the community, if interested.
I have included the following information to familiarize you with our program:
1) Youtube video link (recap of attendees and parents) :https://youtu.be/dIXiBz0ROWM
2) Youtube video link (recap of panelists): https://youtu.be/
3) Website address: https://www.securingdegrees.
Join admissions representatives from the University of Chicago, Purdue University, Georgia Institute of Technology, and the University of Georgia for an information session for prospective students and their families. Sessions include a brief overview of each institution, information on admissions and financial aid, and a chance to speak informally with admissions representatives. Please feel free to bring your friends and family!
Representatives from the School of Ethics and Global Leadership and the High Mountain Institute will inform you about your chance to explore and learn with high school students from around the world.
The application process begins sophomore year.
The School for Ethics and Global Leadership is located in Washington, DC.
High Mountain Institute
Breakthrough Atlanta cordially invites you and your family to learn more about an amazing opportunity to experience semester school, during your junior year of high school. The application process begins sophomore year.
The Semester Schools Network represents 13 schools offering semester-length educational opportunities for talented high school students. Students leave their home schools behind to attend our semester programs, returning with academic credit, out-of-classroom experiences, and a whole new worldview. We have enrolled thousands of students from hundreds of high schools across the U.S. and world. Choose from semester schools located in big cities, small towns, mountains, forests, coasts and more.
NEW HUMANITIES SESSIONS
We’re thrilled to be expanding to nine sessions this year, featuring two inaugural humanities sessions: Creative Arts & Media and Literature, Philosophy, & Culture. We’re also offering an additional session of Politics, Law, & Economics due to popular demand. View all our sessions, including STEM opportunities, on our website: https://
YYGS encourages students with demonstrated need to apply for our generous financial aid opportunities. In 2018, YYGS distributed over $2.3M in need-based financial aid, and over 10% of matriculated students received full tuition waivers.
Current high school sophomores and juniors are eligible to apply online today. The application deadline is February 6, 2019, and more information is available here: https://globalscholars.
Come and hear first hand about New Jersey’s only national liberal arts college located in beautiful Madison, NJ — a 47-minute train ride to New York City. Come to meet Drew faculty, staff and students and connect with alumni in your area. We hope to see you “on the road.”
Presenters: Chris Teare, Senior Associate Director of Independent School and Counselor Relations, Drew University
Christopher Teare | Sr Assoc Dir of Admissions | Admissions – College of Liberal Arts
Drew University | 36 Madison Ave | Madison, NJ 07940
wk: 973-408-3221 or m: 340-626-8999 drew.edu | @D
When: Monday Oct 29, 2018, 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM
Register to Attend
What is Barnard Bound?
Barnard Bound provides a taste of both Barnard College and New York City for promising young women who will be high school seniors in Fall 2018 and self-identify as students of color (which we define as individuals from Black/African-American, Hispanic/Latina, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, bi- and multi-racial backgrounds), especially those students who couldn’t otherwise afford to visit. Due to limited funding, Barnard Bound is only open to students currently residing within the continental U.S.
During this two day overnight program, students will have the opportunity to experience the cultural diversity of New York City and Morningside Heights, while getting a full perspective of life as a potential Barnard student. Participants will stay overnight on campus with a current student host within the residence halls. They will also participate in workshops, panels and classes while getting a feel for student life and meeting current Barnard students, faculty and administrators. Finally, students will learn important details about our admissions and financial aid processes.