Scholarship Sharing Non-Profit Scholarship & College Fair helps students to learn about local and national nonprofit and community organization scholarships opportunities to pay for college. It also helps students to network with participating college’s admissions and financial aid representatives to gain insights on enrollment, scholarship, and financial aid opportunities at their institutions.
Nonprofits with scholarship programs will distribute brochures with information on their scholarship requirements, and when applications open and close each year.
College representatives will speak to student attendees about financial aid and scholarship opportunities at their schools, as well as enrollment requirements for their institutions. Several colleges will conduct on-site admissions and waive fees.
50 nonprofits and 50 colleges exhibiting!
Scholarship Fair 2016 Flier
Virginia Wesleyan College Batten Center
1584 Wesleyan Drive, Norfolk, VA 23502
Date: September 17 & 18 of 2016
Time: 12 – 5 pm
Who can attend: Virginia & Washington DC Middle School Students, High School Students 9-12, current College Undergraduate & Graduate Students, Adult Learners
Individuals can register to attend at http://www.scholarshipsharing.org/#!2016-scholarship-fair/itftl to avoid lines the day of the event.
If you have any questions regarding the event please contact me by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or Call: 804-577-8513 or 757-632-5185
Please participate in the 2015-2016 Gifted Services Community Survey. All parents, teachers, principals, administrators, and community members are welcome to complete the survey using the link below.
Join Education Unlimited® for a residential summer program on a prestigious college campus this summer. Make lifelong memories with new and old friends, gain access to the very best instructors and learn from an exciting, dynamic curriculum not typically offered in school year institutions.
Link for more information: https://www.educationunlimited.com/pages/all_camps_summary
TCC is offering a bridge program to provide students between high school and college with enrichment and college prep activities. Please see the link below for more information about the program.
2016 Bridge Program Flyer
Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts offers 3 programs this summer for students ages 6 and up. See the link below for more information.
Suffolk Public Schools is sponsoring two CTE Enrichment Camps this summer. See below for descriptions and application.
Building with STEM Structures
July 11-14, 2016
Registration Fee: $100.00
Students will bridge science, technology, engineering, and math by building various types of structures. Through hands-on activities and team work, students will build different structures to learn about forces, materials, equilibrium, design processes, construction, historical perspectives, structural engineering, technological design and geometry. Some structures will be tested for destruction for observation and analysis of tension, compression, and shear. Limited to 20 students (Current 5th-8th graders)
Get a Grip on STEM with Robotics
August 1-4, 2016
Registration Fee: $150.00
Students will build a robotic arm (theirs to keep) and bring science, technology, engineering, and math to life. Through hands-on activities and team work, students will create and operate robotic arms to get a grip on hydraulics, Simple machines, robotics, team work, physics, engineering, Cartesian coordinate systems, basic programming, and more. Limited to 16 students (Current 5th-8th graders)
Application: STEM Camp Flyer 2016
Girls Inc. is sponsoring a co-ed summer camp in the Hampton Roads area. See the link below for more information.
The Governor’s School for the Arts is hosting summer camps throughout the month of July in the areas of Art and Musical Theatre. Please see the link below for more information and costs.
The link below provides a list of summer camps available in the Norfolk area.
The Big Blue Summer Camp is an 8-week day camp for boys and girls ages 6-12 and is an American Camp Association® accredited camp. Big Blue Summer Camp focuses on helping campers develop friendship skills, independence, teamwork, family citizenship, competence, interest in exploration, responsibility, affinity for nature and confidence in problem solving. Every week campers will participate in the following activities: swimming, rock-wall, arts & crafts, and general fun & games. Some weeks will include a field trip to some local attractions. See the link below for more information.