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YWE 2020 Fall Academic Scholarship Application NOW OPEN

 

Deadline for Scholarship Applications October 20, 2019
 

Eligible applicants are female, graduating high school seniors from the Greater Houston area with exemplary academic records and demonstrated leadership potential. Eligible applicants must plan to attend an Accredited Four Year University or Accredited Two Year Community College  in the Fall after the award is made. Proof of registration must be presented to WEN’s scholarship panel prior to disbursement of awards.
 

YWE
Join us Saturday, November 9 at University of Houston-Downtown!

Interested in learning more about energy careers & STEM? You are invited to Young Women Energized
2012, 2019 World Oil Award Finalist for Best Outreach Program

Are you a High School Student in Grade 9 – 12?
YWE offers students, parents and educators a jump start to college and career planning with its signature mentoring circle format and interactive sessions for all attendees.

Join us on Saturday, November 9, 2019 for our event from 10am to 3pm at the University of Houston Downtown.

YWE sessions include:

  • A discussion on the next generation of students advancing in energy
  • Ask the experts — engineers, scientists, technology professionals, lawyers, accountants, and more
  • Mapping your own career
  • Freshman/Sophomore students special session
  • Q&A session for parents, educators, and career & college counselors
 
 
 

2018 YWE was a great event! Congratulations to our scholarship winners and thank you to our speakers, volunteers, partners, and sponsors.

Click here to view photos from the event.

REGISTER HERE

Rice

Campus visits are a great way for students to experience Rice culture on their own. Below are our upcoming fall program dates. Please mark your calendars and encourage interested students to register online. (Counselors are welcome to attend, too!) 

  • Explore RiceSept. 15 or Sept. 22
    Our annual fall open house program for high school seniors. Students and families will have the opportunity to interact with current faculty and students in ways that go beyond a normal campus visit. It's truly the best time to visit our beautiful campus before applying. If your seniors are considering Rice, we hope to see them in September. 
     
  • Preview RiceNov. 25
    A campus visit opportunity for students in grades 10 - 11. This is a short half-day program packed with must-have information for students starting their college search. We schedule it for the week of Thanksgiving to accommodate high school calendars. 

If your students are unable to attend a fall event, please encourage them to schedule a campus visit.

LLSF

SmartUp & the Linda Lorelle Scholarship Fund College & Career Fair

 

A dynamic day of speakers & breakout sessions where we connect the dots between what to study on a 2 or 4-year college campus and the skills required to fill current and future, well-paying jobs in multiple industries. Students and parents have a perfect opportunity to interact directly with educational institutions and employers on site. Plus, scholarships will be given away at this event!!

Admission is FREE!
 

Where?

George R Brown Convention Center

1001 Avenida de las Americas

Houston, Texas 77010

When?

Saturday, September 21, 2019

8:00 - 9:00 Registration and College/Career Fair

9:00 - 9:30 Opening Remarks

10:00 - 11:30 Break Out Sessions

11:30 - 1:00 Lunch & College/Career Fair

1:00 - 3:00 Break Out Sessions

3:00 - 4:00 Closing Remarks, Door Prizes & Scholarship Giveaways
 
colleges
Harvard, Princeton, the University of Virginia, Wellesley, and Yale would like to spend some time with you in your own backyard.
You know our names, but find out more at our evening programs this fall.  Don’t miss your opportunity to hear admissions officers from all five schools discuss the variety of opportunities one can find at our institutions. Learn about scholarships and our generous need-based financial aid offerings.
We are committed to making education at our schools affordable, accessible, and unforgettable.  Please join us in Houston on 9/15 at 2 pm.

24th Annual Children's Festival Volunteers Needed!

The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion would be delighted to have you as a volunteer at the 24th Annual Children’s Festival on Saturday & Sunday, November 9 and 10, 2019.  

Please go to the following link for information and to sign up to volunteer today!  => https://www.woodlandscenter.org/cf-2019/volunteer

Questions? Please contact Carmen Smiley, Development Volunteer Coordinator at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion at csmiley@thewoodlandscenter.org. 

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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