SSCC College Night 2012 will help prospective students explore options Mar. 7

Event showcases programs, involvements, and student services

Getting ready for college requires learning about college itself. South Seattle Community College has that need covered Mar. 7 with their annual College Night event. Open to the public, the free event offers neighbors, high school students, parents and families, counselors, or career changers, an opportunity to ask questions about what SSCC has to offer. Faculty, staff and students will be on hand.

Visitors can:

· Begin training for a dream job in career-ready programs, including Automotive, Culinary Arts, Business Information Technology, Landscape Horticulture, Wine Technology, Nursing, and more.

· Start a four-year transfer degree here.

· Finish a bachelor’s degree with South’s Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree in Hospitality Management program or with SSCC's university partners – City University, and Eastern Washington University.

· Get information on financial aid and scholarships.

· Learn about how to get involved in clubs, resource centers, or student government.

Refreshments will be served and prize drawings will be held throughout the evening.

Driving directions: Take Metro routes 125 or 128 for front-door service to South.

This event is supported by Carl D. Perkins Vocational Education Funds and the College Access Challenge Grant.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012
5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Jerry Brockey Student Center

South Seattle Community College
6000 16th Ave. SW, Seattle, WA 98106
Phone: (206) 934-6691

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