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University Survival Guide: Funding + Scoring in the Post- October 18, 2023
October 18, 2023 at 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
|Location:||Virtual Event: ZOOM platform.|
|Audience:||Carleton Community, Current Students|
University Survival Guide
University Survival Guide 2: Funding. Are you going into post-secondary? How should you be paying for your education? Where should you look for scholarship, grant, and bursary opportunities? How do you apply for a scholarship? Come and get your questions answered about all things funding in a safe environment catered to you by Black university students. Through an online presentation and a scholarship application demonstration, this chapter will provide you with tips for how to find and apply to scholarships that can fund your post-secondary education.
Scoring in the Post
Going into post-secondary next fall? Curious about picking a school, the application process, funding, academics, or what it’s like to be a university student? Just need to vent? Get all your questions answered and speak your mind in a safe space catered to you by a Black university student. The Scoring in the Post Q&A sessions will help you power through the transition into post-secondary.
Important Event Information
- Registration is required to attend this event.
- Attendees will be emailed the zoom link prior to the event.
- If you indicated that you require accommodations to attend the event online, our team will be in touch with you in the next 72 hours.
- Open Q&A/ guidance session by ACB Carleton student
- Giveaway of 1 $100 honorarium and Umoja swag!
- This is a combined event between the University Survival Guide: Funding event on October 5th and Scoring in the Post on October 18th.
This event is open to anyone, especially prospective Carleton students from the OCDSB and OCSB school boards. The event will be hosted online.
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