- CBC 2020 Events
- DigiPen Institute of Technology
- Lewis-Clark State College Important Dates
- Montana State University (MSU Friday) Visit Dates
- Oregon Coast Culinary Institute
- OREGON PRIVATE COLLEGE WEEK
- SeattleU - High School Camps (for sophomores, juniors and seniors)
- Marines - Summer Leadership and Character Development Academy
- UW Pre-Health Dive into Dentistry Day 2020
Women in Agriculture Conference- Saturday, January 25th
Young women interested in agriculture can plan to attend and have their lunch sponsored by the CBC Agriculture program through an AAUW Grant the college received. CBC is hosting 25 young women for this event. Registration is required- email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 509-543-1452 to register.
CBC/WSU Agriculture Campus Tour- Wednesday, February 5th
Register now to bring your class to CBC for this full day event. Transportation from CBC to the WSU IAREC (Irrigated Agriculture Research Education Center) in Prosser will be provided. Groups will get to tour the CBC campus and get a detailed tour of the Agriculture research farm, greenhouse, and research space. After lunch, students will be transported to Prosser for a tour of the WSU IAREC research facility. Funding for this event made possible by USDA grant funds.
Lunch will be provided.
Event begins at 8:30 am and will end back at CBC at 3 pm.
Registration is required and space is limited!
Register by contacting email@example.com or call 509-543-1452.
Senior Night @ CBC- Tuesday, February 11th 5-7:30 pm
Attention All Seniors! This is your opportunity to learn about all things CBC. Faculty from all academic programs will be on hand to answer questions and students can learn about activities, resources and how to get involved and make the most of their college experience.
Three $1,000 scholarships will be drawn from all seniors that attend at the end of the event.
No registration required.
Scholarship Workshop @ CBC- Wednesday, February 12th 4-6 pm
Don’t miss the CBC Foundation Scholarship deadline on February 21st!!!
The CBC Foundation application is online this year. Students can attend this workshop to get help with their essay or application materials for ANY scholarship they are working on. Writing tutors will be on hand to help review for students. Snacks will be provided.
No registration required.
Explore Science Day- Friday, March 20th
This half day event is for students interested in learning more about all things science. Students will be able to sign up for breakout sessions in their interest areas including:
Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Entomology, Physics, Exercise Science and so much more!
Schools can register to bring a group to this event. Registration will open in mid-February.
For questions on any of our upcoming events, reply to me or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 509-543-1452.
See you in the New Year!!!
Lewis-Clark State College Important 2019-2020 Events for you:
October 5: Saturday Visit
October 29: Boise Information Night
October 29: Coeur d'Alene Information Night
November 2: Nampa Descubre tu Camino. This event is for Spanish-speaking families.
November 5: Saturday Visit
November 8: Warrior Discovery Day. This event is for high school juniors and seniors.
November 15: Warrior Discovery Day. This event is for high school juniors and seniors.
December 7: Saturday Visit
January 25: Warrior Preview Day. This event is for high school juniors and seniors.
February 8: Saturday Visit
March 21: Saturday Visit
April 18: Saturday Visit
April 24: LC Connection. This event is for all high school students.
In early October, students can register for Discovery Day at www.lcsc.edu/discovery-day and information nights at www.lcsc.edu/visit-campus/off-campus-events. Family members are invited to attend!
Families can register anytime for our Saturday visits at www.lcsc.edu/visit-campus.
Also, we now have a website for Spanish-speaking families: www.lcsc.edu/admissions/recursos-adicionales
- MSU Friday Program:
Our MSU Friday visit program will be offered during the current upcoming academic year on June 14, 2019, October 18th, 2019, January 31st, 2020, February 28th 2020, March 13th, 2020, and June 12th, 2020. Individual campus visits are not offered on these dates. For more information about MSU Friday or to register, please visit: http://www.montana.edu/msufriday/.
2020 Oregon Coast Invitational; a high school individual culinary and baking competition: April 18, 2020
High School Instructor Culinary Camp: July 9 - 12, 2020
High School Student Culinary Camp: July 9 - 12, 2020
Oregon Private College Week: Monday, July 27 - Friday, July 31, 2020
Experience several of Oregon's private colleges in just 5 days. Concordia University, Corban University, George Fox University, Lewis and Clark University, Linfield College, Northwest Christian University, Pacific University, Reed College, University of Portland, Warner Pacific University, Willamette University
More information can be found at email@example.com
HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER CAMPS
Our high school summer camps provide rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors an opportunity to experience college classes, live in the dorms, participate in social activities, and engage with staff and faculty from Seattle University. We invite you to spend your summer with us for a one-week, two-week, or three-week program.
Albers' Summer Business Institute:
A six-day, five night, on-campus experience for college-bound high school students.
The Albers' School of Business & Economics' Summer Business Institute focuses on social entrepreneurship. The program provides high school aged youth the opportunity to explore entrepreneurship, marketing, data visualization, accounting, economics, and more while gaining exposure to university life in the Seattle area.
Program Dates: July 5 - July 10, 2020
Criminal Justice & Technology
A thirteen-day, twelve night, on-campus experience for college-bound high school students.
Seattle University's Transformative Technologies is an interdisciplinary program focused on the impacts of machine learning, criminal justice, and innovation. Throughout the two weeks you will select a modern ethical and social issue to address through AI while gaining exposure to university life in the Seattle area.
Program Dates: July 12 - July 24, 2020