Symposium on Contemporary Native American Issues in Higher Education see flyer below.
Students sign up with Matt Remle at MP or MG campus, for this field trip. Heritage Campus & A&T also Mt. View students see your counselor. Thanks
ASVAB - Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery Testing
When Friday, November 8, 2013 7:45 am – 11:00am
Where Career Center MPHS, MG and Arts& Tech
DescriptionHave you ever wondered what skills and aptitudes you have that aren’t evaluated by standardized tests??? The Career Center is offering the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery Test*, the ASVAB. This test is like nothing you have ever taken in school. Find out where your skills and aptitudes are even if you are not planning on entering the military! This can be a useful tool in planning your college major or vocational choices. To learn more go to: ASVAB Career Exploration *Students do not have to have their scores released to the Military Recruiters
Monday and Wednesday Scholarship lunches at the MPHS campus in the Career Center.
Thursday Scholarship lunches at A&T campus in the Career Center starting September 19th
Wednesday Scholarship Lunch at MG in the Career Center during both lunches
Starting September 16th during both lunches at MPHS learn how to apply for scholarships(seniors) and college applications bring your lunch and ask questions you might need answered.
Marysville Parks and Recreation invites students wanting to apply for college to take part in a workshop to learn how to best get through the college application process. Taught by Matt Stokes, educator and former Western Washington University Admissions employee. Learn the basics of what is expected in the college application process plus tips on how to apply. (360) 363-8400 or register online atmarysvillewa.gov. Cost is $20. Located at the Marysville Library at 6120 Grove St. For registration details call
College Entrance Essay Writing Workshop
Marysville Parks and Recreation invites students who need to write and submit a college entrance essay to this informative workshop. Taught by Matt Stokes, educator and former Western Washington University Admissions employee. Learn the basics of what colleges are looking for in an essay and how to best highlight yourself in the process. (360) 363-8400 or register online at marysvillewa.gov. Cost is $20. Located at the Marysville Library at 6120 Grove St. For registration details call