Millions of dollars in scholarships for creative teens are available through the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Submissions open September 12, 2019 in 29 art and writing categories from students nationwide in grades 7–12, ages 13 and up. Deadlines vary by region. Click here to sign up and learn more.
Western Colorado University delivers career preparation, engineering, computer science and a liberal arts curriculum to 3,000 intellectually adventurous students. Preview Days at Western is a great way for your students to gain valuable knowledge about Western. Students will chat with professors, mingle with current students, explore campus, hear from the president and chow down in the dining hall. They’ll also receive information on financial aid, admissions and housing. Interested students are encouraged to learn more about Preview Days as well as sign up by clicking here.
Golden Door is a nonprofit scholarship organization which provides large college scholarships to high performing students with DACA. This year, Golden Door will award the scholarship to up to 50 students across the country attending college in Fall 2020 who are interested in pursuing a bachelor’s degree. In addition to funding, Golden Door provides 1:1 mentorship, professional development opportunities, and summer internships. Golden Door currently supports 293 students and have 67 graduates who are working or pursuing a Masters or PHD.
The due date for applications is Monday, September 16th.
Tulane University will be hosting its third annual Multicultural Fly-In Program for prospective students from Saturday, October 19–Monday, October 21. PreviewTU is an exciting opportunity for students of diverse backgrounds interested in Tulane, and more broadly, attending college, to get an in-depth look at life as a college student and the college admission process.
Students who attend PTU will stay overnight on Tulane’s campus, and travel assistance will be provided. While on campus for the program, students will explore academic offerings, immerse themselves in the campus environment, meet current students and faculty, participate in a college application workshop, and attend Campus Preview Day.
- High school senior in the fall 0f 2019
- Currently reside in the United States
- SAT and/or ACT report (unofficial score reports accepted)
- Unofficial high school transcript
- Letter of recommendation
Applications for PTU are due Friday, September 13. The application can be found here.
Looking for career info, check out Career Cruising/Xello by following the instructions listed below:
- Log on to Chromebook
- Go to the Portal (lps.org then enter Portal in the keyword/search box)
- Click on the Career Cruising / Xello icon:
arenting education courses that are available for parents or caregivers who have a desire to learn more about effective parenting skills with three different programs for parents of infants through teens.
Hope Spoke’s Parenting Program has been made possible through the Community Health Endowment (CHE). Classes are held for parents that have children in the following age groups: 0 to 5 years, 5-12 years, and adolescents.
See other services Hope Spoke offers, or click here to get started. For additional info about the Parenting Programs, contact Alicia Waltman, MA, LIMHP, LADC, LPC, the Outpatient Clinical Supervisor and Parenting Program Coordinator at 402.475.766 or firstname.lastname@example.org