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Career Center-Events and Job Postings

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 Dec. 19. WSU Tri-Cities Admissions Officer, Taylor Gregg, will be in the Career Center 11:30 - 3:00 p.m. Drop in to get help on your application and get answers to your questions.

Colleges Visiting Wa-Hi
Savannah College of Art and Design i
s coming to Wa-Hi. Dec. 11th, Periods 3,4,5 in Laufenburg's classroom. This college concentrates on art and design studies and creative careers. If you have an interest in attending an art school after high school, take advantage of this opportunity to hear what an art college can provide. If you'd like to attend, email or see Ms. Clizer during her afternoon office hours, to get a pass.

Training Opportunity:
Save-the-Date for Walla Walla Valley Disability Network training, Jan. 5, 2018. This training is ideal for high school students who want to help with winter recreation programs for children with disabilities and with their new Buddy Club. More details will be available soon.

 Project H.O.P.E. (Health Occupations Preparatory Experience) is a four-week, paid summer internship for high school students at health care facilities within the student's local community. Students who are either, first generation college bounds, from rural areas, or from populations that are under-represented in the health professions are encouraged to apply. Eligibility requirements are at:
Space is limited and selection is competitive. Application is at:



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