Northern Arizona University will have an Admissions Counselor visiting Willamette on Thursday, April 25th at 10:45 am through the first part of lunch. Do not miss this opportunity to speak with a representative from an out of state school!
Seniors! You need to accept or decline the offers of acceptance to ALL the colleges which have accepted you BY MAY 1st. Usually there is a place for you to do this on-line. After you make your choice, be sure to pay any deposit right away, so your place will be saved for you.
How to make the final decision? Here’s an article from Big Future to help you compare your choices. And if you were waitlisted, here’s an article from CollegeWeekLive to help you move from the wait-list to getting an acceptance letter!
2019 Johnston Law Firm Scholarship
Who: Graduating Seniors pursuing a legal related degree (For example, political science, corrections, forensic science, paralegal studies, legal studies, criminal justice, criminology)
We will have an admissions representative from the University of Oregon on campus tomorrow. Admitted students, students still in the process of admissions, and any student that has an interest in attending at the U of O should take time to visit. This is your opportunity to ask all of those questions you have about next steps!
When: April 17th, 9:15 am to 9:45 am
Where: Front Office Conference Room (the room with all of the windows)
Do not miss this opportunity!
Who: Current Sophomores and Juniors
What: Free 4 day camp; This program is open to students with an interest in the FBI, what we do, and how a relationship with the FBI can help
Criteria: A combination of GPA, school activities, and community involvement
Deadline: May 15, 2019 at 4 pm
For more information and application, click here.
The Rites of Passage summer academies at Lane Community College are designed to inform and inspire high school and middle school students of color in Lane County. Students representing four racial/ethnic groups are immersed in their own respective Summer program focusing on their cultural history, literature, folklore, and traditions. These programs are based in an academic framework that promotes positive self-image and self-esteem. The four affinity-based programs include:
The University of Oregon has many opportunities for students this summer. Here are just some of them:
- SAIL is accepting application for up to two weeks of free summer courses on the University of Oregon campus, where students learn about various subjects from distinguished University of Oregon faculty members through fun social and interactive activities. Register here!
- The NextGen Media office at the University of Oregon in Portland is teaming up with Street Roots, Portland’s flagship publication addressing homelessness and poverty, to offer a free workshop for 24 high school journalists and communicators, August 1-4, 2019. Learn more here! Application deadline: June 7th
- Next Generation Storytelling has a week long opportunity, where students are immersed into the UO life – living in a dorm, eating in the dining hall, attending classes taught by School of Journalism and Communication professors, media and newsroom tours, and hearing from industry professionals who give them a realistic view of the future of media. Learn more here! Application deadline: May 17th
Find other opportunities here!
3rd Annual Southwestern Oregon Firefighter Camp is Saturday June 1, 2019 from 9 am to 3 pm at North Bend High School. Registration is required for this free event.
Oregon Tutor is a for profit tutoring service that is offering a series of free AP Calculus Test practice sessions. These free sessions will be held on select Sundays in April and May from 4 pm to 5 pm, registration is required.
Sessions will include practice test questions in both free form and multiple choice categories. There will be discussions of overall concepts encompassing both AB and BC.
For more details:
1144 Gateway Loop, Ste 100
Springfield, Or 97477