February 22, 2021
Hi Juniors! The College & Career Counselor, Mrs. Hurst, met with you all last month during your English classes to discuss the research and planning required for life after graduation. Many resources are available on Naviance and the PNHS College & Career Center website. If you would like to set up a meeting with Mrs. Hurst to discuss your plans after graduation, you can do so using this link: https://calendly.com/mrshurst/collegeandcareerplanningmeeting.
Below are some upcoming events that we are hosting to help support you on your journey.
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Participants can gain valuable college and career information from representatives of HBCU institutions and businesses including:
Participants can gain valuable college research and planning information from Admissions Representatives from the following colleges:
Register through Naviance: From the Colleges menu, click Research Colleges>College Visits and then Register Now
Meeting with College Admissions Representatives is a critical part of the college research process. These visits offer students an opportunity to show demonstrated interest in a college and to learn more about a college’s history, admission criteria, top majors, and campus life.
Visits are currently being added and subject to change, so please check Naviance for the most up to date visit schedule.
**Note that students should communicate with their teachers about missing class and are responsible for any make-up work.**
Montana State University
Northern Arizona University
University of Alabama in Huntsville
Joliet Junior College
University of Wisconsin-Platteville
Michigan Technological University
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
University of Louisville
New York Film Academy - New York City
Illinois Institute of Technology
Western Illinois University
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
University of Missouri-Columbia
Grand Canyon University-Traditional Campus
University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Lawrence Technological University
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District 202 high school juniors have the chance to broaden their academic horizons with the help of a special grant to help pay for a summer extended learning experience –whether in person, or virtually.
The Plainfield Foundation for Excellence will award multiple “Horizon Grants” totaling up to $4,000 to current high school juniors from District 202’s four high schools and Plainfield Academy.
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