Any students who are interested in a Career Development Center program are highly encouraged to visit on the Open House night, Wednesday, November 29 from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. Bring your parents, guardians and friends to learn about what CDC has to offer.
CDC OPEN HOUSE flyer
Programs available at CDC are:
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Aims Community College to present College 101 for anyone interested in going to college
Prospective students, parents, families and anyone who would like to learn more about going to college are invited to attend Aims Community College’s College 101 presentation and a story time with mascot Arty at each campus. Dinner will be provided and all activities are free.
College 101 will run from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on the following dates:
- November 14, Greeley Campus, Cornerstone building, 5401 W. 20thStreet, Greeley, CO
- November 28, Windsor Campus, Public Safety Institute building, 1130 South Gate Drive, Windsor, CO
- December 4, Loveland Campus, 104 East 4thStreet, Loveland, CO
- December 6, Fort Lupton Campus, 260 College Avenue, Fort Lupton, CO
Please RSVP through this link: https://goo.gl/forms/WyOCU2tfKUno8RSB2 or call
970-330-8008 and press 0 to RSVP.
College 101 Presentation Overview
In this presentation, attendees will hear about Aims Community College’s degree and certificate programs, and the differences between four-year universities, community colleges and private colleges. An overview of transfer credit and accreditation may also be explored.
Attendees will also learn about the Aims Admissions process. Topics will include assessment requirements, college and program orientations, college acronyms and vocabulary. College costs/debt, scholarships, and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be discussed. Aims’ Who are you? quiz is a fun wrap-up activity for attendees to explore Aims opportunities.
Story time with Arty
While parents and high school students are participating in the College 101 presentation, younger children will have an opportunity to hear the Arty Goes to College story. They will also participate in a fun activity that helps them learn about the importance of college, and lets them see themselves as a future college student.
For more information about how to apply at Aims, please visit www.aims.edu/prospective.
Are you or a friend coping with a family member who has alcohol addiction? You are definitely not alone, and Alateen can help. Alateen is a support group for teens who have family or friends addicted, and there is a new support group starting Thursday, November 9 in Longmont.
Alateen Weekly Meetings
Thursday Nights, 7:30 p.m., First Evangelical Lutheran (803 3rd Avenue, Longmont)
Questions: District Alateen Coordinator, 720-583-4510.
Front Range Community College is hosting a FREE FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) help session on Sunday, November 12 from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. All seniors/college-going people are encouraged to attend. Bring your 2016 tax information.
Hi MHS! If you’re interested in attending FRCC you should check out their Open House Nights:
Tuesday, November 7, 3:30 – 6:00 p.m. at Longmont Campus (2121 Miller Drive, Longmont)
Wednesday, November 9, 3:30 – 6:00 p.m. at Westminster Campus (3645 W. 112th Avenue, Westminster)
Beginning this year, every Coloradan admitted to Nebraska Wesleyan University automatically receives a $15,000 Flagship Match grant. This annually renewable award allows students to choose an outstanding private education at virtually the same cost as CU Boulder! Additional financial aid will be determined in the following ways:
- Any student who tours NWU, will also receive a $1,000 annually renewable Campus Visit Grant.
- Students may also qualify for NWU Academic Scholarships ranging from $6-$10,000 per year.
- By submitting the FAFSA, students may qualify for thousands more in additional grants and need-based aid
If interested look at the NWU website for application information!
Greetings from the CU Denver College of Arts & Media!
We’re writing to let you know about some exciting upcoming events for prospective students. As you likely already know, CU Denver’s College of Arts & Media is located right in heart of downtown Denver. We offer career focused arts programs in three departments: Film & Television (hands-on BFA filmmaking program), Music & Entertainment Industry Studies (largest music department in the Rocky Mountain Region and a one of the top contemporary music programs in the country), and Visual Arts (technology infused BFA programs with a unique connection to the thriving Denver Arts scene).
- The CU Denver College of Arts and Media (CAM) will host three Preview Day events on Fridays this fall. They will be held on September 29th, October 13th, and November 10th. The Preview Days are a great way for prospective students to see all that we offer at the college. Faculty members from all three of our departments (Film & Television, Visual Arts, and Music & Entertainment Industry Studies) will be available to speak with students and give department tours. Students and parents can register to attend a Preview Day on the CU Denver Admissions website here. These are free events and lunch is provided. See attached flyer about all of our upcoming visit day events.
- Our Music & Entertainment Industry Studies (MEIS) Department will host four MEIS Open House events during the 2017-18 academic year. The Open Houses will be on the same days as our live audition dates for Fall 2018 MEIS applicants: December 1st, February 2nd, March 2nd, and March 30th. The Open Houses feature a program overview, a student panel, sitting-in on a general recital class, lunch with the faculty, and a music department tour. See the attached flyer. Students and parents can register for the MEIS Open Houses on our website here. These are free events and lunch is provided.
- The Denver Music College Fair will take place on Friday, September 29th from 7:00-9:00 pm at the University of Denver’s Newman Center for the Performing Arts. The CU Denver College of Arts & Media is one of the co-sponsors for this event. We’ll have a booth there along with about 30 other colleges with music programs. This event is free to the public.
- The Denver NACAC Performing and Visual Arts College Fair will take place on Monday, November 6th from 7:00-9:00 pm at the Seawell Ballroom at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. The CU Denver College of Arts & Media will be at this event along with at least 50 colleges from throughout the country. This is one of the only college fairs in Denver that is specifically for arts students (music, film, visual arts) and it’s free to attend! The poster for this event is attached.
We encourage seniors to apply now to CU Denver! The Fall 2018 application is currently available. You can find complete information about how to apply to the CU Denver College of Arts & Media on our website here. MEIS has additional application requirements for music applicants that you can review here.
For non-seniors, we encourage you to attend one of the LYNX Arts Camp Programs this summer. This summer we are offering one-week programs in Photography, 2D Design/Illustration, and Audition Production/Ableton Live from June 11th-15th. Our two-week Music Industry Program will take place from June 17th-29th and our two week Filmaking and Digital Animation/Motion Graphics Programs will take place from July 8th-20th. The camps are designed to be previews of our college programs. The application will be available on our website on November 1st.
Hi Maverick parents! Here are a couple of great opportunities for you to get support and maybe some much-needed answers to your parenting questions:
Rollercoaster of Change – FREE class, September 27, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., Longs Peak High. Spanish and English translation available, including childcare Rollercoaster of Change
Parents Involved in Education fall and spring class schedule: NewPIECalendar2018c
ADHD, Depression, Anxiety, OCD, Bipolar, Schizophrenia…
Do you live with a child, teen or adult with mental illness? You are not alone and NAMI is here to help.
Register now for NAMI classes starting in September in Boulder, Broomfield, Louisville
and Longmont. Contact Helen Todd at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-601-4330.
NAMI CLASSES – FLYER
iTHRIVE is a bi-lingual early intervention program for teens struggling with drugs/alcohol abuse and it is also for the parents of these teens. Through a powerful combination of group therapy, experiential learning, parent education and individual psychotherapy (optional to both parents and teens), iTHRIVE supports an adolescent’s right to joy and productivity and we also support their families in reclaiming hope and happiness. Our groups offer a place for teens and parents to talk and process, receive support, and learn the tools and skills they need for recovery and for repairing relationships. On top of that, teen groups and fields trips demonstrate to them that there are many other ways to enjoy life, disconnect, self-sooth, and feel amazing in their bodies. We work to help teens and families thrive.
TBD in October 2017
Please call 303-776-8184 for more information.