College Awareness Day 2018
The day was broken up into two halves. The first half of the day, students followed their affinity track (ACES, BOLD, DALE, PIPE, or RAIN), where as a group they experienced a mock university class and an empowering workshop. The second half of the day, all students came together to explore the college fair and select from a variety of afternoon breakout sessions.
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Opening Keynote Speaker
|Asians Connecting and Empowering Students (ACES)
John Eklof // ACES
|Black Opportunity and Leadership Day (BOLD)
Aaron Reader // BOLD
|Día de Avanzando Latinx en Educación (DALE)
Alejandra Pérez // DALE
|Pacific Islanders Pursuing Education (PIPE)
Michael Tuncap // PIPE
|Reaching American Indian Nations (RAIN)
||Alice Tsoodle // RAIN
College Fair Participants
Cascadia College, Central Washington University, DigiPen Institute of Technology, Eastern Oregon University, Eastern Washington University, Edmonds Community College, Edmonds Community College, Evergreen State College, Grand Canyon University, Northwest University, Pacific Lutheran University, Prescott College, Saint Martin's University, Seattle Central College, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle University, The Art Institute of Seattle, The Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, University of Washington Bothell, University of Washington Seattle, University of Washington Tacoma, Washington State University, Western Washington University, Whitworth University
Afternoon Breakout Sessions
> College Panel
> Funding Your College Education
> Human Library
> Making the Most Out of College Visits
> Muslim Student Life: College & the Deen
> Navigating Community & Technical Colleges: Top 10 Things to Know!
> Organizing and Student Activism
> Persisting and Resisting Barriers in our Education
> Preparing for the College Application Process
> Public Speaking 101: How to Change the World?
> Social, Digital, and New Media Marketing
> We're Here, We're Queer, and We're Going to College!: Being LGBTQIA+ on Campus
> Where Are All the Black People on Campus?
> Writing the College Essay