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  • Juniors,

     

    I am very excited to send you all this email. This year, the district will be putting on our first-annual USD259 College & Career Boot Camp and Fair, May 31st – June 3rd. This is a four-day fun and intensive training event that will prepare our Juniors for Senior year and their next steps after graduation. Each day will be from approximately 7:30 AM to 3:10 PM. Participation is expected for all 4 days.

     

    Day 1 will focus on helping you with your soft skills: email & phone etiquette, building your resume, job shadowing & internships, nailing the interview, and dressing for success.

     

    Day 2 will focus on military options and their college scholarship programs, including a real military boot camp obstacle course with drill sergeants. In the afternoon, we will introduce you to Juniors on how to find and apply for scholarships, find a major, and hear from former seniors about what they did to prepare for their senior year and after graduation.

     

    Day 3 focuses on understanding your college pathway: researching colleges, creating a Top 10 list, mastering the application (Common App), requesting a transcript, the importance of visiting your colleges, and making it all happen (timeline).

     

    Day 4 is heavily focused on meeting with colleges, military, and career opportunities. In the morning, students will sign up and meet up with 5 of 42 community partners, for 25 minutes each, learning about their opportunities. After lunch, there will be a district-wide College & Career Fair for our 9th – 12th graders and parents!!

     

    - YOU MUST REGISTER

    - YOU MUST COMMIT TO ALL 4 DAYS – Tuesday, May 31st through Friday, June 3rd, 7:30 AM until 3:10 PM.

    - YOU MUST COMPLETE AND TURN IN THE 2 FORMS BELOW TO THE CCC – Mrs. Lacy in E11

     

    Here is a list of just some of the community partners that will be working with you and training you each day:

    WSU, Textron, Spirit AeroSystems, Chick-fil-A, Dress for Success, US Marine Corp, WSU Tech, Emporia State, Friends University, Newman University, Butler CC, Fort Hays State University, KU, K-State, and Cowley College