Presenter: Senior Director of Admissions Nichole Reynolds, Mount Holyoke College
Director Reynolds is known for illuminating the essay and the evaluation process for students. She discusses what admissions officers seek when they read and how they consider the essay in the context of your application.
When people learn learn more about Job Corps and YearUp, they often think that these programs are too good to be true. Watch to learn more about what each has to offer, how to get involved, and what careers you can aim for via these programs. Guests: Molly Rhodes from Job Corps Cascades and Margarita Elias from Year Up Seattle.
Most people know the basics about apprenticeships—you learn a job under someone else—but there is so much more to it! Learn about free pre-apprenticeship programs, the high demand & very good salaries, and what you can expect in the construction industry. Guests will include the ANEW Pre-Apprenticeship program and people working in apprenticeships or the industry.
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Our local community colleges offer a wide array of certification programs where you receive specialized training in a 6 month - 2 year program, and come out ready for an in-demand, well-paying career in major industries. Learn how these programs work and how they differ from academic programs. Shoreline alone has 20+ programs in everything from health care to manufacturing, and other local colleges like Renton Technical College, Edmonds College, Bellevue College, and Lake Washington Institute of Technology expand your options to literally hundreds of programs. Guests from each of these colleges will present a few of their highlights.
Three experts talk about an array of options for students with IEPs and 504s. Organized by Shorecrest High School’s College & Career Center, this 90-minute webinar features after-high school employment programs through Shoreline Schools’ Transition program and the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR), plus a college options presentation by Amy Guatelli, a former Eastside special education teacher, current special education consultant and mom of a special needs child in college.