Workshop helps prepare students for success |

Workshop helps prepare students for success

A Workshop offered in collaboration with Colorado Workforce and The Center 4 Excellence-Grand County will offer students effective ways to prepare for success after high, whatever direction they decided to go. The workshop is a two-part presentation. Part one will focus on preparing for post-secondary education (college). We will discuss what type of skills, study habits, and ethics are needed to achieve success.We will look at the four most important characteristics that college professors are looking for in students who are entering college. We will look at the different type of learning institutions (community college, university, vocational, etc.) and find out what works best for each person. Part two will cover preparing for today’s job market. Employment specialists will address the most current local and national employment trends and how to prepare for these opportunities. We will discuss the most effective means of seeking employment, and how you can utilize your education in career and employment opportunities. Limited placement (20 per session).• Early registration (before Jan. 31) $61 high school students/$70 for adult learners. • Registration after Jan. 31, add $5• A few scholarships may be available. Registration covers study skills assessment, handouts and reference material. Lunch is provided upon request (please see “Lunch Menu” on application form).Each participant will have the opportunity to register with Colorado Workforce to provide additional assistance with employment. Each participant will also receive a 15 percent discount on any course offered through The Center 4 Excellence-Grand County during 2011.Any student who attends the workshop will get a FREE PASS to the All-County Dance that night from 7-11:30 p.m. For more information, call Lawrence Norman at 970-557-4100 or Cindy Hoover at 887-1857.

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