College & Career Readiness and Innovative Programs

Program Overview
 
Jumpstart Your Senior Year - A College Readiness Workshop for Juniors & Parents
When: Tuesday, June 6, 2017, 6:00 p.m.
Where: Eleanor Roosevelt High School, 7601 Hanover Pkwy, Greenbelt, MD 20770
Who:
PGCPS Juniors and their parents
What: The workshop is for juniors and their parents preparing for the college admissions process.

During the workshop, students and parents will engage in college exploratory activities to:
· Learn about federal and state financial aid;
· Learn how to approach standardized tests and prepare for the rigor and deadlines of senior
  year; and
· Learn the components of a strong college application package.

Register here - https://goo.gl/forms/7E17ywsZ2AIFJ9Di2
View event flyer here.

College Preparation Boot Camp
The College Preparation Boot Camp is designed for rising PGCPS seniors and juniors. This boot camp will provide students with a robust opportunity to engage in college exploratory activities such as completing a sample college application, writing a college entrance and scholarship essay, learning about the college entrance process through SAT and ACT preparation, and identifying sources to pay for college.

You may apply by clicking here, the application window is May 1, 2017 - June 15, 2017, but space is first come, first served until full. Students may only register for one session. There is a $50 fee for students. Meals and transportation will not be provided.

Contact Byra Cole at byra.cole@pgcps.org or by phone 301-669-6012 for more information. 

   

 Prince George's 3D Scholars

 ***SPECIAL INVITATION ONLY**** 

Prince George's 3D Scholars Program -
 register here   

 

 About Us:

 Career Academy Programs (CAP) are like schools within a school. PGCPS adopted this model based on projected workforce trends and future employment opportunities within the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area. All programs of study have strong collaborative relationships with business, industry and post secondary education. Hence, many programs may lead to industry recognized professional certifications and/or licenses. Equally important, some programs enable students to earn college credit while in high school. 

Programs of study consist of multi-year sequence of course work, career guidance, and work-based learning experiences that enables students to make more informed college and career choices. They also afford students an opportunity to earn college credit, industry certification/licenses, or pre-apprenticeship experience prior to leaving high school. 

Core Values

  •  Globally focused 
  •  Rigorous and relevant experiences 
  •  Equitable and effective partnerships 
  •  Achievement at high levels 
  •  Transformative and technologically advanced  learning  

 College & Career Readiness & Innovative Programs Mission Statement

The department of College & Career Readiness & Innovative Programs will provide programs and services that enhance and expand academic opportunities to support students' college and career readiness.

College & Career Readiness & Innovative Programs Vision Statement

The department of College & Career Readiness & Innovative Programs will prepare all students to graduate college and career ready to meet the demands of a global society.

Choosing a Career Academy means you will graduate from PGCPS college AND career ready. Career Academies infuse 21st Century skills and hands-on learning into a rigorous high school plan of study. Successful Career Academy students graduate from high school with industry certifications, college credits, and the skills and confidence to enter the workplace and/or college.

 

 
 
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College & Career Readiness and Innovative Programs

Lateefah Durant, Officer
Pamela Smith, Coordinating Supervisor

College & Career Readiness and Innovative Programs
Green Valley Administration Building

2215 Chadwick Street
Temple Hills, MD 20748

Phone: 301-669-6012
Email: college.career@pgcps.org 

 
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