A Parent Program on college preparation, financial aid and admissions will be offered on Saturday, February 27, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. via WebEx for parents/guardians of girls who have participated in the TVEYH and/or the San Joaquin EYH conferences and conference volunteers. Information regarding registration and useful resources for you and your daughter follow the agenda.
9:30-9:40 – Welcome TVEYH Parent Program and Webex Meeting Protocols
Ann Willoughby: Retired Chief of Staff, University of California, Office of the National Laboratories; American Association of University Women; Quest Science Center Advisory Board.
Kim Hallock: Directorate Administrator, Weapons & Complex Integration Directorate, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Khushi Gupta: Senior, Dublin High School, Project Lead the Way Engineering Academy; Tri-Valley GetSet
9:40-12:30 – Making the Most Out of High School: Preparations and Pathway to College, College Admissions, and California’s Higher Education System
Topics include: Benefits of a college education, college preparation and California a-g requirements for UC and CSU admissions, college readiness grades 9 through 12, financial aid sources, UC and CSU admissions eligibility, and community college transfer pathways to UC and CSU.
Michael Trevino, Education Planner and College Consultant
Michael is a national leader in undergraduate, graduate and professional school preparation and admissions with more than 20 years of experience as a dean or director of admissions and a champion of college admissions for underrepresented student populations. He has extensive knowledge across the spectrum of higher education from community colleges to the nation’s most selective colleges and universities and is a regular presenter at schools, conferences and workshops. He has been a resident faculty member at the Harvard Summer Institute for College Admissions for college guidance counselors and admissions officers from throughout the country and world. Michael served as the Director of Undergraduate Admissions for the University of California (UC) system and led admissions functions at the UC Hastings College of the Law, UCSF, UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy and performed admissions functions at Harvard University Graduate School of Education, Boston University School of Law, and the University of Washington. Michael earned his A.B. in social science and history from UC Berkeley, his M.Ed. in higher education leadership and policy studies and J.D. from the University of Washington, and he is a graduate of the Harvard Administrative Fellows Program.
Parent/guardian registration is required. Only one adult per household needs to register. You may register online or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no charge to participate. You are welcome to make the event a family affair and have your daughter(s) participate with you. Your daughter(s) does not need to register for the Parent Program if you have registered.
You will receive a confirmation email of your registration that will include information regarding how to use Webex. By 8:30 a.m. on Saturday February 27, you will receive another email with the Webex link and instructions to access the Parent Program, which starts at 9:30 a.m.
The following resources are provided to help your daughter pursue her STEM interests in middle and high school and her pathway to college. You are strongly encouraged to view these materials prior to the Parent Program and print out the CSU-UC Comparison of Minimum Freshman Admission Requirements (known as the a-g requirements). The CSU-UC Comparison will be referenced repeatedly during the presentation:
Support the efforts to increase the participation of girls and women in math, science, engineering, and technology by making a contribution.
A look at our past Conference photos where girls can gain solid practical experience with science as a process that is fun and compelling.
Thank you for your interest in Tri-Valley Expanding Your Horizons. Registration is currently closed. Please join us for the next conference in February 2022. Registration will open in late January 2022.
If you are looking for other events like EYH, please check out other EYH Conferences in the Bay Area.
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