Other Student Opportunities

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         OTHER STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES 

     

     

    HOBY Youth Leadership

    HOBY is excited to remind you that the 2022 Leadership Seminar is still accepting students.  
    HOBY Youth Leadership

     

     2021-2022 Arts & Sciences Academic Days - ECU

    Are you a high school junior or senior? Do you have an interest in certain areas/career paths, but don’t know what major to pursue?
    Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences at ECU has the solution! We will host 4 academic days with different themes as indicated below.

     You must register through Admissions (links provided below) to attend.  Space is limited!

    The following themed sessions will provide answers to many questions you may have.  Join us for one or join us for all!

    Wed, October 13 from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm   Environment, Natural Resources, & sustainability

    The Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences, the largest one at ECU, is named for the explorer Thomas Harriot. Harriot was an expert in many of the subjects that our faculty are experts in, too, like Geography, Geology, Physics, and Math.  No matter what major you choose in Harriot College, you’ll be ready to make a major difference in the world when you graduate from ECU. We offer so many ways to create solutions to help our environment, preserve our natural resources, and promote sustainability.  Major in biology and become an ecologist who can protect our earth’s biodiversity…Or, major in community and regional planning so you can design sustainable cities… major in environmental studies to focus on the social, political, economic, and cultural aspects of the environment.  Major in Economic to learn the practices that support long-term economic growth without negatively impacting social, environmental, and cultural aspects of the community. How will your major decision help you make a major difference?  Come find out more at our session.  You can also visit us at https://thcas.ecu.edu/

     October 13th - https://eastcarolina.secure.force.com/events/targetX_eventsb__events#/esr?eid=a123g000000TV10AAG 

     

    Mon, October 25 from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm  Culture & Communication 

    The Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences, the largest one at ECU, is named for the explorer Thomas Harriot. Harriot was an expert in many of the subjects that our faculty are experts in, too, like English, Foreign Languages, Geography, and History.  No matter what major you choose in Harriot College, you’ll be ready to make a major difference in the world when you graduate from ECU.  Major in Foreign Languages and Literatures to understand globally shared issues confronting the world today…Major in Political Science to examine the cultural context of world governments…Major in English to study the literature, film and pop culture that move us.  *With majors and minors in our college, you improve your communication skills—writing and speaking, but also visual design, digital communication, and collaboration—and your awareness of how people understand each other within and across cultures.  How will your major decision help you make a major difference?  Come find out more at our session.  You can also visit us at https://thcas.ecu.edu/

     

    October 25th - https://eastcarolina.secure.force.com/events/targetX_eventsb__events#/esr?eid=a123g000000TV1KAAW

    Wed, October 27 from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm  Social Justice & Diversity

     The Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences, the largest one at ECU, is named for the explorer Thomas Harriot, who was an expert in many of the subjects that our faculty are experts in, too. Harriot College has over 25 different majors to choose from so no matter what major you choose in Harriot College, you’ll be ready to make a major difference in the world when you graduate from ECU.  We offer so many ways to challenge yourself to understand issues and policies surrounding social justice and diversity.  Major in anthropology to explore how and why societies have varied customs and ideas…major in African and African American Studies to understand the generations-long struggle for equity and accountability.  Major in sociology and learn more about protest movements that bring about real change. Major in criminal justice to explore how social injustices impact law enforcement, juvenile delinquency, and our jail system. The possibilities are endless.  How will your major decision help you make a major difference?  Come find out more at our session.  You can also visit us at https://thcas.ecu.edu/ 

    October 27th - https://eastcarolina.secure.force.com/events/targetX_eventsb__events#/esr?eid=a123g000000TV1PAAW

     

    Wed, November 3 from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm  Technology & Medicine

     The Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences, the largest one at ECU, is named for the explorer Thomas Harriot. Harriot was an expert in many of the subjects that our faculty are experts in too, like Science and Math.  No matter what major you choose in Harriot College, you’ll be ready to make a major difference in the world when you graduate from ECU. We offer so many ways to explore, research and discover how to change the face of technology and medicine.  Major in Chemistry to get down to the molecular level of how our bodies can fight off diseases.  Major in Neuroscience to bridge the laboratory and the clinic.  Major in Philosophy or Religious Studies to bridge the cultural gap when working with patients from various religious backgrounds.  Major in Psychology for a deeper understanding of human behavior. Major in Professional Writing and Information Design to communicate new scientific discoveries to those who will need and use them.  How will your major decision help you make a major difference?  Come find out more at our session.  You can also visit us at https://thcas.ecu.edu/

     

    November 3rd - https://eastcarolina.secure.force.com/events/targetX_eventsb__events#/esr?eid=a123g000000TV1jAAG

     

     

     

    UNC SYSTEM SCHOOLS VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE

     

    CACRAO Virtual College Fair Registration is LIVE! 

     

     

    SPCC MEDICAL ASSISTING OPEN HOUSE INFORMATION

     

    "Auburn Theatre & Arts"
    Please Click Here
     to access Auburn University Theatre & Arts Scholarship page!

     

    "Stanford University"
    We are not conducting any travel or in-person events at this time but are conducting many virtual programs where students can learn more about the admission process and Stanford University. Please check this website regularly for new events or last-minute changes. If you wish to schedule a virtual campus visit and participate in our traditional undergraduate admission Discover Stanford information session followed by a student panel, please visit our Virtual Admissions Information page. If you have further questions, please feel free to call our office at (650) 723-2091.

     

    "Columbia Virtual Visit"
    A Columbia Undergraduate Admissions representative will host a virtual session for your region to engage with your community, share updates about Columbia and answer your questions. This session will cover academics, student life, undergraduate research, study abroad, internships, admissions, financial aid, and much more!
    Click HERE to register

     

    "El Camino to Clemson"
    The Clemson University Office of Hispanic Outreach, the Hispanic and Latinx Alumni Council, Office of Undergraduate Admissions, and various Clemson Latinx student-based organizations want to meet future Hispanic/Latinx students and their families at El Camino to Clemson. Attendees will have an opportunity to tour campus, interact with current students, faculty and staff and learn about the resources that make Clemson a special place for learning and living.  Please click HERE to register.

      

    "Davidson Admissions Intensive"
    Our Davidson Admission Intensive workshop series will be taking place throughout September and October. These virtual workshops are free to attend and open to high school juniors and seniors.
    Our two-day ACCESS DAVIDSON virtual visit program will be in October.
    The deadline to apply is Monday, September 27.
    Students will need to submit an online application, high school transcript, and senior class schedule for consideration. 

     

    "Discovery Day Montreat College"
    Don’t miss Discovery Day at Montreat College! This free immersive open house event is a special opportunity for prospective students and families to experience what makes a Montreat College education distinct – right here in Montreat, NC - Please click HERE

     

     

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    "How To Apply to The University of Alabama"
    This online event is so much more than a general admissions presentation! It is an interactive conversation dedicated to providing students and families with information about the Fall 2022 admissions application and scholarship process. This event is hosted by Allison Pudlik, your UA- North Carolina Regional Recruiter.
    Sign Up Here

     

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     NC Live  NC Live Career and College Readiness Resources

    NC LIVE​ is a cooperative library service for the students, faculty, business people, and residents of ​North Carolina​. Our partnership with UCPL allows our students and staff access to a myriad of information resources through this state-wide service.

    Career and College Readiness resources available through NCLive:

    Testing and Education Reference Center​ - Provides resources for standardized test preparation, researching and selecting college and graduate schools, finding tuition assistance, and exploring careers. ● PSAT, ACT, SAT, AP, Accuplacer and CLEP practice tests ● Law enforcement, firefighter, Real Estate and Cosmetology practice tests ● ASVAB and AFOQT military practice test ● Career Planning Center and Tuition Cost Finder ● Peterson’s online career guides and test books in ebook format and more...

    Students can access this resource via ​NCLive​ by logging in with their student ID number as their username and birth year as their password.

    Parents can access this resource via ​NCLive​ by logging in with their UCPL library card number as their username and their chosen password.