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Attend College & Career Fair for the Arts at Center Theatre Group

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If your student is looking to forge a career in the arts, they will want to check out the Center Theatre Group’s College and Career Fair. On March 21, 2020, more than 25 colleges, universities and organizations will be participating. Not only will students get free one-on-one college counseling, workshops, and the opportunity to meet…

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Mount St. Mary’s University Holding Application Days

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If your senior is interested in attending Mount St. Mary’s University, it’s not too late. They will be holding application days on their Chalon and Doheny campuses where students can meet with an admission counselor, learn about merit scholarship eligibility, and receive an admission decision during their appointment. Students will need to complete and submit…

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Toastmasters Offer Free Youth Leadership Program in February in Westwood

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Here’s a great program for students ages 12 – 17 that is designed to develop speaking and leadership skills. These skills will definitely come in handy during the college interview process! The Century City Toastmasters is sponsoring The Youth Leadership Program where participants will learn how to evaluate their speaking ability, prepare and give speeches,…

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West Angeles Education and Enrichment Program Provides College Tour to Howard University

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West Angeles Education and Enrichment Program provides college tours throughout the year to a variety of colleges and universities. For students interested in Howard University, they will be traveling there on April 4th – 6th. Go here to register. Prices were not listed on the site, you will need to contact them at (323) 733-8300…

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Young Center Offers Tour of Bay Area Colleges and Universities

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College tours are a great way for students to get an idea of what the campus is like before applying. It may help them whittle down their list of schools. If you don’t have time to take them on a tour, there are companies and organizations that will offer supervised college tours. The Young Center…

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Museums Offer Fellowship to Undergrads Interested in Curating

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The Andrew W. Mellon Undergraduate Curatorial Fellowship Program seeks to make a critical impact on American art museums by developing gifted curators from historically underrepresented groups who are committed to engaging the full spectrum of museum audiences. The Program occurs at six partnering institutions: the Art Institute of Chicago; the High Museum of Art, Atlanta; the Los…

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Inner-City Arts Offers Spring Creative Workshops

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Update: Date change for registration, it will now be on Saturday, February 1, 2020. Inner-City Arts in downtown Los Angeles offers low cost creative workshops for middle and high school students. Students can enroll in classes such as drama, photography, playwriting, sculpture, and more. The 11-week program costs $175 plus a $20 registration fee. A…

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LACC Hosts Annual Math Contests for High School Students

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LACC will hold a math contest on their campus on March 7, 2020, from 7:45 AM to 12 PM. Middle and high school students in Southern California are eligible to participate. The problems to be solved in this competition require a solid algebra and geometry foundation. These problems challenge the student’s ability to think and…

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A Public Space Offers Editorial Fellowships

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Here’s a great opportunity for NY-based students interested in writing and looking to build an editorial career. A Public Space created a new Editorial Fellowship program which runs from March 15 – November 15, 2020. Fellows will receive intensive training in all aspects of editing, from evaluating submissions to publication of a piece. As part…

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Financial Literacy for Students

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Annuity.org has put together a great primer for students, Students & Financial Literacy, to help them navigate the financial aspects of college life. The free guide covers merit-based scholarships to meal plans and everything in between. It’s a great starting point to get students thinking about the monetary investment of a college education and how…

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