• Yale Young Global Scholars (YYGS)

    Posted by DOROTHY WILSON on 11/12/2021

    About YYGS:
    YYGS is the most globally diverse summer academic enrichment program in the world, with students representing over 150 countries, including all 50+ U.S. states & territories. Each summer, students participate in 2-week sessions—with STEM, social sciences, humanities, and cross disciplinary tracks offered—and connect directly with Yale faculty, undergraduates, and graduate students. We are big and small at the same time, with over 2,000 students participating across 12 sessions, and a 12:1 student-to-teacher ratio. YYGS is committed to access, and each year we provide over $3.4 million in need-based financial aid, distributed equally to domestic and international students (over one-third of 2021 participants requested aid, and YYGS met over 99% of those requests in full).I wanted to personally invite you to review our 2022 YYGS program offerings, and to encourage you to share these opportunities with your networks, students, alumni, and families. You can learn more about our sessionstuition & aidmarketing materialshow to apply (including full application preview), and more online. Please feel free to contact YYGS any time, either by replying to this email or by filling out our contact us form. 

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  • Oberlin College

    Posted by DOROTHY WILSON on 10/14/2021

    $10,000 Oberlin Commitment


    Last year, Oberlin introduced the renewable $10,000 Oberlin Commitment Scholarship to ease the burden of the high cost of college. We are happy to announce that we will continue this award for all new students who apply and enroll in the College of Arts & Sciences and/or the Conservatory of Music in fall 2022. This commitment reflects Oberlin’s historic, ongoing efforts to broaden educational access. Here’s more info about this renewable scholarship.

    Oberlin meets 100% of demonstrated financial need for all admitted students, so financial aid applicants may receive additional funding. And all admitted students, regardless of financial need, will be considered for additional merit scholarships.

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  • Air Force ROTC High School Scholarship Program

    Posted by DOROTHY WILSON on 5/25/2021
    • The Air Force ROTC High School Scholarship Program opens on July 1, 2021. The application can be found here and students are encouraged to apply as soon as the application opens. 
      • When students create their application accounts, there will be contact information for a WINGS technician according to their last name listed within the application directions. Encourage them to contact this individual with application questions for the time being!
    • If you have general or specific questions regarding the Air Force and/or Air Force ROTC program prior to the entrance. I would encourage you to utilize the contact form on the Air Force ROTC website, or alternatively, contact their closest Air Force ROTC detachment. 
      • Please note, detachment staff may be limited during the summer months, as many are currently helping with summer training. Delays in email communication are to be expected. 
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  • College of Idaho Admission Office

    Posted by DOROTHY WILSON on 5/12/2021

    For students who haven’t yet to apply, there is still time to submit a College of Idaho application.  You can complete our application (there’s no fee) or fill out the Common Application.

    If you have any questions, you can always reach out to our College of Idaho Admission Counselor.

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  • Mat-Su Senior Services, Volunteer

    Posted by DOROTHY WILSON on 5/11/2021


    Help Us Help Our Seniors Thrive!

    Are you a friendly team player who has a heart for supporting and encouraging our senior community? We would love to hear from you! Please take a look at the current volunteer positions available and reach out when you are ready.


    High School students 18yrs and older, this is also a great opportunity help with your resume.

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  • Whitworth University

    Posted by DOROTHY WILSON on 4/12/2021

    It's important to note that Whitworth University's intention is to resume normal operations for the 2021 Fall Term, including unrestricted occupancy in campus residence halls and a full array of in-person classes and co-curricular experiences. These are important and valuable aspects of a Whitworth education of mind and heart, and ones we demonstrated this year that we can do safely.

    If students/families are looking for more information before they apply, they're encouraged to join us for an in-person or virtual visit event. Learn more at whitworth.edu/visit. Or, they can always reach out to our team with questions at admissions@whitworth.edu.


    Please let us know if you have any questions at all. Our team is always here to help. 


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  • University of Idaho, Moscow

    Posted by DOROTHY WILSON on 2/24/2021

    University of Idaho, Moscow

    Visit Virtually

    Take a virtual tour of campus or connect with a current Vandal. Or, speak with an admissions counselor to learn more about all that U of I has to offer.


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  • Northern Arizona University

    Posted by DOROTHY WILSON on 2/24/2021
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  • FAFSA Wednesdays

    Posted by DOROTHY WILSON on 1/13/2021

    FAFSA Wednesdays

    Attend Virtual FAFSA Wednesdays with AK Commission on Postsecondary Education (ACPE) FAFSA Experts. The goal of FAFSA Wednesdays is to assist Alaska students/adult learners successfully complete the FAFSA while they are preparing for postsecondary education and career training.

    For more information, please connect with Dominika Szpotanska at dominika.szpotanska@alaska.gov.

    Join Zoom Meeting

     Meeting ID: 947 1651 7297

    Passcode: FAFSA

     One tap mobile: 8887880099, 94716517297# US Toll-free; 8335480276, 94716517297# US Toll-free

    Meeting ID: 947 1651 7297

    Passcode: 476153

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  • UAA Fireside Chats Series

    Posted by DOROTHY WILSON on 1/13/2021

    UAA Fireside Chats Series


    Hosted by UAA Office of Admissions, Fireside Chat is a series of event connecting prospective students and the UAA community. This series will provide the opportunity for open communication and is designed to create an approachable space for prospective students to ask questions and create connections.

    Visit the Fireside Chats page to register



    5:30 pm every other Tuesdays




    Hilary St. Clair, Events and Recruitment Coordinator

    Office of Admissions

    For staff: hgstclair@alaska.edu | (907) 786-1574

    For students: futuresawolf@alaska.edu | (907) 786-1480 option 2


    Click her to view EVENT DETAILS

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