WINTER & SPRING SCHEDULE COMING SOON!
Admission Session Student Panels and Multi-College Student Panels
We are offering a variety of LIVE admission sessions and college student panels in October and November. Virtual sessions are free, during non-school time, and open to all 9-12th grade students from the following Minneapolis Public Schools: Edison, FAIR, Longfellow Alternative, North, Patrick Henry, Roosevelt, South, Southwest, Washburn, and Wellstone. Select as many events as you are interested and available to attend. All events are virtual through ZOOM meaning you can participate in them with a phone, tablet, or computer.
ADMISSION SESSION & STUDENT PANELS
90-minute Zoom: Where you can connect with admissions representatives and current college students to learn more about what the college can do for you! To help you decide which webinar you would like to attend, view our quick college comparison PDF tool for past admission sessions by clicking here.
- Scroll down to view our new recorded college Admission Chats. Winter & Spring Admission Sessions coming soon!
MULTI-COLLEGE STUDENT PANELS
60-minute Zoom: Connect with former MPS high school students as they share their stories, experiences, and insights from their college! This is your chance to ask questions and compare and contrast up to 5 different colleges in one session.
- Scroll down to view our new recorded college Admission Chats. Winter & Spring Multi-College Student Panels coming soon!
Podcast: College Conversations
How do you decide which college or post-secondary option is best for you? Join Project Success facilitator Kyle as he interviews MPS students and experts on important post-secondary related topics, all to help inform your decision-making process.
Episode 1: Decision Making (9/28) Kyle connects with Cheryl (admissions coordinator at MCTC), Lana (Patrick Henry 10th grader) and Jordan (South Alumni now studying at the U of M) on their perspective of which factors are the most important when choosing a college.
Episode 2: First-Generation Scholars (10/5) Kyle connects with Kenzie (UMNTC Coordinator of Multicultural Outreach & Community Partnerships, Undergraduate Office of Admissions), Jeremiah (GEAR UP Program Manager), and Hana (Project Success Facilitator) on what it means to be the first to attend college. What are the challenges of being the first? How can you celebrate being the first?
Episode 3: Self-Advocacy (10/19) Kyle connects with Josh (admissions officer at Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College), Leo (12th grade student at Roosevelt High School), and Alwyn (MPS North High School Alumni) on Self-Advocacy. How can you be your own advocate both in college and during the college process? Why should you ask for what you need and what does self-efficacy have to do with it?
Episode 4: Community & Campus Support (10/26) Kyle connects with Derek (Manager of Counseling Services, Office of College and Career Readiness at MPS), Shonna (Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions at Augsburg), and Chelsea (10th grader, and PS alumni) about what do you need to feel supported on a college campus. How do you ask for support? Who can you go to? What resources are there and how can your community support you?
Episode 5: Financial Aid (11/2) In our final fall episode, Kyle connects with Sam (Financial Aid Counselor at the Dougherty Family College, St. Thomas), Keeley (Senior Financial Aid Counselor at St. Catherine University), and Zoe (10th grader at Southwest) about the cost of college. How can you pay for college? Is the debt even worth it? Who can support you?
Revisit our podcast content from spring 2020!
- Listen to the latest High School Panel, hosted by facilitator Ryan Weldon, who chats with MPS high school students about the transition from middle to high school.
- Listen to the latest episode of The Link, hosted by facilitator Kyle Munshower, who interviews Minneapolis Public Schools alumni about their post-high school path.
- Listen to the latest episode of Marc and Micah in the Morning.
If you have a question about programming, registration forms, podcast episodes, or about your college search process – please contact our team at email@example.com or call us at 612-874-7710! Thank you!
Other questions about college and career tours? Contact our College & Career Tours Program Manager, Kiah Christenson, 612-876-3910, firstname.lastname@example.org