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).
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In this webinar discover how to help your student select courses for their upcoming sophomore year, and choose which academic pathways to follow. Also, we will review the A-G requirements for college admissions and discuss the summer school application process.
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Formed in 2006, the Center for Future Global Leaders (CFGL) is a non-profit organization dedicated to cultivating the youth of today into the leaders of tomorrow through educational attainment and character development.
CFGL believes that providing access to quality educational opportunities to young people of all economic and social backgrounds and fostering good character development are the key means to shaping the youth of today to become future leaders who will make lasting contributions to all sectors of society from business to government, from law to medicine, from politics to religion, from public service to the arts.
- Among the various activities that CFGL sponsors are the International Academic Competitions (IAC), a triad of academic competitions that seek to recognize outstanding achievement in the areas of essay writing (CFGL Essay Contests), mathematical problem solving (CFGL Math Challenge), and mastery of English vocabulary (CFGL Lexicon Challenge).
- The IAC is open to high school students in the United States, Canada, and South Korea, with competition winners recognized at the Divisional, Regional, National, and International Levels. Over 6,000 high school students participate in the IAC in every year.
Description of IAC Competitions:
- CFGL Essay Contest
The CFGL Essay Contest seeks to recognize high school students who demonstrate outstanding essay writing skills. Participants are judged based on their ability to demonstrate mastery of written English language through 25-minute essays that require participants to effectively develop a point of view on a given issue.The CFGL Essay Contest consists of six rounds of essay writing contests, and participants may participate in any or all of the six rounds. Winners are selected from each of the six rounds of the essay writing contests, with individual winners recognized at the Divisional, Regional, National, and International Levels.
- CFGL Math Challenge
The CFGL Math Challenge seeks to recognize high school students who demonstrate outstanding mathematical problem solving skills.The CFGL Math Challenge consists of six rounds of 70-minute mathematic multiple-choice problem sets that contain mathematics topics from basic arithmetic through Algebra 2. Participants in the CFGL Math Challenge are required to complete in all six problem sets within the Competition Period.
- CFGL Lexicon Challenge
The CFGL Lexicon Challenge seeks to recognize high school students who demonstrate mastery of English vocabulary. The CFGL Lexicon Challenge will require the participants to correctly identify the meaning of 50 challenging words that are randomly chosen from a list of 2,000 words. Participants will have 30-minutes to complete the CFGL Lexicon Challenge
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