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HBCU College Fair 2013

The Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) College Fair 2013 - Educating Our Future - is this Sat., Mar. 16 at East High School. Special session for seniors and their parents on Fri., Mar. 15. Get more info and register at www.EthnicCollegeCounselingCenter.org.                                                   
Details for middle and high shcool students and parents:

89 Historically Black Colleges and Universities Represented

Many official college recruiters will be present.

Information and Workshops:

When do you start?  Are you taking the right courses? Are you making the right decision? How do you choose the right college?  What financial resources are available?

Saturday, March 16, 2013

8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Continental Breakfast and Lunch provided to those attending the workshops and fair.

East High School-1600 City Park Esplanade-Denver, CO 80206

Reception for seniors and their parents - Friday, March 15, 2013 6 pm – 8 pm

Holiday Inn Hotel Denver Stapleton Plaza-3333 Quebec St. Denver, 80207

High School seniors should bring an official or unofficial transcript.

$5.00 registration fee; deadline March 11, 2013

Pay on line or money order made payable to Ethnic College Counseling Center

PO Box 221710, Denver, CO  80222

Payment will also be accepted at the door--cash or money order only.

Individuals or groups may register online at   www.EthnicCollegeCounselingCenter.org  or

Call 303-423-6422

Sponsored by

Ethnic College Counseling Center

Denver East High School Black Student Alliance

Posted March 11, 2013.
 

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