WSU-Vancouver will be having their Preview day on Wednesday, February 11th. Students will have the opportunity to learn about programs and degrees, how to apply for admission and how to pay for college. They will get their questions answered by faculty, students and financial aid experts.
To sign up for this event, click here: WSU Preview Day
WSU-Vancouver is offering a free leadership conference for any interested Juniors or Seniors. This conference will be held on Saturday, February 7th from 9:30am-4:30pm. You can expect to receive strategies that you can be applied to your personal, academic and future professional lives.
If interested, Students must register at vancouver.wsu.edu by noon on Monday, Feb. 2.
The General Geroge C. Marshall Youth Leadership award is awarded to a High School Senior that has academic Achievements, service contributions and future leadership potential in Clark County. This award is intended to identify, encourage and support young leaders in our community. It is based upon the commitment to public service demonstrated by General George C.Marshall. The award recipient is given a 2,500 college scholarship and a paid internship with the Fort Vancouver National Trust.
Please see Miss. Walcott in the Career Center if you feel like you fit the above criteria and would like to be nominated.
SCAD College is an Art School located in Savannah, Georgia that is offering upto 20,000 a year to any interested student. Please see Miss. Walcott in the Career Center for the requirements to receive this award.
Through the Better Business Bureau Foundation's Students of Integrity Scholarship, high school seniors can create a 90-second video for a chance to win $10,000. The scholarship is designed to recognize seniors who personify high ethics as demonstrated through leadership, community service, personal integrity and academic accomplishments. The deadline for this scholarship is next Friday, January 30th.
To learn more about this scholarship click Here.
To apply for this scholarship, please click Here
The National Liberty Museum's Selma Speech and Essay Contest offers high school students ages 14-18 an opportunity to win 5,000. After viewing the film Selma, contestants are expected to respond with an original 500-700 word speech and a videotaped reading of their speech on the following topic: What do you think needs to be done today to protect individual freedom and self-determination? What are you doing or will you do to peacefully advance those rights? This contest closes February 15th.
To Apply for the contest click on the following link:Application Form.
If you would like to know more about the contest click here:Selma Speech and Essay Contest
The National Academy of Future Physicals will be hosting their annual Congress this coming June. The Nominations for this event is due at the end of this Month. If this is something that interests you, inquire with Miss. Walcott in the Career Center.
Click the link to find out more information: National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists