It’s no secret that a college education can set you up for opportunity, but the barriers to higher education can make it seem out of reach. Join Anythink Perl Mack, and representatives from Front Range Community College, for an info session geared towards folks thinking of heading back to school. Learn about the pathways to the classroom that would fit you best, and discover resources —from scholarships to financial aid —that can help you avoid taking on more student debt than you can handle. Part of Anythink Perl Mack’s Take Control series.
Thinking about college? Explore your options and career goals in one-on-one sessions with a college advisor with over 30 years of experience. Presented by the Brighton Housing Authority in partnership with Anythink Brighton, this sessions will help answer questions about potential schools, the application process, financial aid and much more. Sessions are geared towards students in grades 8-12 .Space is limited; registration required. Please register in advance at https://collegementor.youcanbook.me. Parents and guardians are encouraged to attend alongside students. Translation services can be made available.
Are you an older teen or adult that wants to go to college but you don't know where to begin? We're here to help get you started! Anythink York Street, Mapleton Public Schools, and the Educational Opportunity Center at Colorado State University have partnered to bring you all the information you need to start on your college and career journey. Join us for a presentation by EOC representatives followed by the opportunity to make an appointment for individualized help. Topics covered will include the college admission process, referrals to GED and ESL programs, filling out a FAFSA, and more. EOC services are targeted toward first-generation students aged 19 and older, veterans, and at-risk youth, but anyone interested may attend. This information session will be held at Anythink York Street library on the Mapleton Skyview Campus. No registration required.
The SAT – a rite of passage that most high school student’s encounter to continue this journey we call life. I’ll never forget waking up at 7 am on a perfectly good Saturday to take a four-hour exam that would decide the next step in my life. It was beyond nerve-wracking; and even after hours upon hours of studying, I was still not prepared. I said it then and I’ll say it now: I don’t think this test design is the best option for colleges to decide who gains entrance.