Area students, from first-graders to high school seniors, will come to The University of Toledo for Campus Exposure, a program designed to give them a glimpse of the college experience.
The theme for the four-day event is “Take Hold of Your Future.”
Sessions are designed to help students of all ages identify academic and career goals.
Elementary students will be on campus Monday, July 19; middle school students will attend the program Tuesday, July 20; high school students will be at UT Wednesday, July 21; and a fun day for all participants is slated for Thursday, July 22. Sessions will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
Students will learn about theatre, the arts and women in history. Younger students will have scavenger hunts with prizes, and older students will attend character development sessions and have discussions on “What is Your Dream?” “Think Big!” and “Living Science” with hands-on experiments.
Campus Exposure is sponsored by the UT Mentoring Collaborative, which partnered with the UT Judith Herb College of Education and the UT College of Pharmacy, along with UT faculty and staff, community partners and State Farm Insurance.
Registration is limited and is on a first-come, first-served basis.
For more information or to register, contact Sheila Doles, program facilitator for the Mentoring Collaborative, at 419.381.3280 or firstname.lastname@example.org.