The ASVAB is scheduled to take place on March 3rd, from 1PM-4 P, in the MPR, and is open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
As a website that puts a very high level of regard on issues regarding science, we understand better than almost anyone that the younger generations who will soon be entering college are one of the most important resources we have. As college costs have risen by more than 1000% since the 1980’s, even the best and brightest in America feel as if they may not have all of the resources necessary to pay for college.
Even if some scholarships and financial aid are achieved, there are other impending costs such as books, housing, and supplies that add up so fast it makes new students’ heads spin. When a gifted mind is pulled in many directions by the stresses of making ends meet, it is distracted from the learning and productivity it is capable of!
That’s why we here are Dronenthusiast are happy to give back to female students who are choosing to pursue science. (Sorry Guys, you already have a lot of advantages We have already documented just how important drones can be when it comes to operations such as search and rescue, geography and mapping, along with having some good leisure time flying with friends.
On Saturday, January 28, 2017, UCLA Strategic Partnerships and Community Engagement will be hosting a special program called Get College Ready! targeting 8th-11th grade students and their parents/caregivers. This college knowledge event will inspire students to strive for college and learn what it takes to Get Ready. There will be workshops for students and parents/caregivers about college admissions, financial aid, student panel, etc. The event will be held on the UCLA campus and will be FREE. It is a great program to bring a group of students to enjoy. Parking and lunch provided for guests, but they must register individually through the on-line registration site (www.admission.ucla.edu/events/GetCollegeReady ).
For questions about the event, contact: Marques or Simone via email (connecting.saonet.ucla.edu) or phone (310.206.3357).