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Upcoming Events for 2019-20

 

TBD Mock ACT at TMHS (9 AM - 1 PM)
TBD Final Dual Credit Deadline
TBD Lone Star College New Student Orientation at TMHS
TBD Senior Awards Ceremony - By Invitation Only

Some of the following information is being distributed as a community service. 

Tomball ISD is not a sponsoring organization for many of these activities or opportunities.

 

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Fall internship opportunity in the area open to local high school students interested in politics:

It’s critical for young adults to have their voices heard, even if they aren’t quite old enough to vote. Past interns have found the program to be particularly helpful in enhancing their resumes for college applications. In my experience, campaign interns have even parlayed their experiences into opportunities on Capitol Hill, with state government, legal work, and fundraising!

Interns will learn about grassroots engagement, digital and TV advertising as well as fundraising. Furthermore, interns will be provided with a platform to discuss important issues that Michael works on every day, such as funding childhood cancer research, the rise of drug overdose in Texas, human trafficking and lowering the cost of higher education.

 

Marshall Branch

Field Director

McCaul for Congress

mbranch@michaelmccaul.com

LSC Leadership High School

10th & 11th Grade Students:

Lone Star College Leadership High School Northwest Program

 

Applications now open!

 

Leadership Northwest is an amazing leadership program offered through Lone Star College. The year-long program is a wonderful way to grow your leadership skills as well as learning how you can have a greater impact on serving your community.

 

Apply online by September 20th at http://www.lonestar.edu/leadership-highschool.  Students accepted to the program will be notified by Lone Star College.

 

If you have any questions regarding the program, please contact:

 

Kay Fitzsimons

Executive Director, Leadership & Economic Development

Kay.L.Fitzsimons@lonestar.edu 

Office: 832.813.6623 | Cell: 281.330.5494

www.lonestar.edu/cli

CTCL
 

Saturday, August 10, 2019
10:00 AM

Omni Houston Hotel
Post Oak Ballrooms A-G
4 Riverway
Houston, TX 77056

The program begins promptly at 10:00 AM with a 30-minute information session. A college fair follows immediately afterwards, lasting approximately 1.5 hours. This program is offered to the public free of charge.

Register online (students only). Counselors should register on-site.

See the entire list of programs here.

Colleges anticipated to be in attendance include:

Agnes Scott College • Allegheny College • Austin College • Beloit College
Birmingham-Southern College • Centre College • Cornell College
Denison University • Earlham College • Eckerd College • Emory & Henry College
Goucher College • Guilford College • Hampshire College • Hendrix College
Hillsdale College • Hiram College • Hope College • Juniata College
Kalamazoo College • Knox College • Lawrence University • Marlboro College
McDaniel College • Millsaps College • Ohio Wesleyan University • Reed College
Rhodes College • Saint Mary’s College of California • Southwestern University
St. John’s College • St. Olaf College • The Evergreen State College
University of Lynchburg • University of Puget Sound • Ursinus College
Wabash College • Whitman College • Willamette University • College of Wooster

College Application Kickoff 2019 - Tuesday, July 23rd at TMHS

 

 

College Application Overview

Essay Writing Tips

 

Apply Texas/ Common App

1:30 - 2:30 PM

LGI

Library

Apply Texas - Room 1401

2:30 - 3:30 PM

LGI

Library

Common App - Room 1401

 

3:30 – 4:00 PM Break – Visit with college reps at their tables

 

College Application Overview

Essay Writing Tips

Apply Texas/ Common App Workshop

4:00 – 5:00 PM

LGI

Library

Apply Texas - Room 1401

5:00 – 6:00 PM

LGI

Library

Common App - Room 1401

 

College Admissions Process Presentation - Parents may attend

Kelly Tallerine, Texas State University

Our Texas State University representative will discuss the 4 year college admissions process including information for students who plan to transfer to a 4 year university after starting at a community college.   She will also review the online tools you can use to determine how your dual credit/AP credits transfer.

Students only please

Essay Writing Tips

Brandon Mack, Associate Director of Admission for Rice University

Essays are required in the application process to many selective schools and scholarships. The essay is only one part of the application, but it is one of the few parts where you can really set yourself apart from all the other applicants.  Come learn how write your best essay.

 

College Application Platforms – Check the list of colleges you are applying to to see what application portal those schools use. You may attend both sessions if needed.

Apply Texas

Nick Terrell, Stephen F. Austin University

Apply Texas is the common application portal for all Texas public universities and two year schools plus many private colleges and universities. You will learn how to start your application and tips for successful completion.

https://www.applytexas.org/adappc/gen/c_start.WBX

Common App

Tiffani Hoot, University of Alabama at Birmingham

The Common App is another application portal that many private and out-of-state universities use. You will learn how to start your application and tips for successful completion. Click on the link to see what institutions use this platform.

https://www.commonapp.org/explore-colleges