STUDENT SERVICES NEWS
February 8, 2019
Howard Community College has scheduled visits in Student Services soon.
Howard Community College visits for February and March.
Tues. Feb. 12th at 9:15am
Mon. March 4th at 9:15
Applications can be completed and submitted electronically on both dates.
HCC Honors application regular deadline is March 1st
Deadlines for Freshman Focus and Silas Craft programs are March 15th.
Sign up in Naviance or Student Services if you want to attend.
The Zonta Club of Howard County invites students, parents, educators, and the community to a free educational speaker program. Women in Aerospace Science and Engineering will feature women presenters discussing their studies and careers in aerospace science and engineering. Our guests are from the University of Maryland Department of Aerospace Engineering in College Park.
The event will take place on February 26, 2019, Tuesday at 7:00 PM, at the Howard County Elkridge Library (located at 6540 Washington Blvd, Elkridge 21075). Admission is free. Food and refreshments. All are welcome!
Zonta is a leading global organization of women and men with a vision of service to education and empowering women and girls locally and worldwide.
Karen Delgado Jarvis, President, Zonta Club of Howard County
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Howard Community College offers:
KIDS ON CAMPUS
Summer Enrichment Classes at Howard Community College
The program runs from June 24 through August 16, 2019 with both half and full day options. The courses provide wonderful enrichment options in a wide variety of subject areas for ages 6 – 17.
Booklets showing all courses are available in Student Services.
Some classes include:
College Applications and Scholarships 101
Crochet and Yarn Crafts
Drone Pilot 101: Build Your Own, Take It Home!
Introduction to Fashion Design
Introduction to Python
Speed and Agility Training
Woodshop: Skateboards from Scratch
Writing Dynamic Essays
AG Discovery at the University of Maryland
Spend 3 weeks this summer at the University of Maryland College Park in an immersive hands-on learning experience. See science in action as they explore animals, plants, food, culture, and the environment and discover the career opportunities that can stem from studying agricultural and natural resource sciences. Participants earn 3 hours of university-level course credits through the Terp Young Scholars Program. Any student in grades 9-11 who have not already participated in AG Discovery at the UMCP can apply. The program runs July 7-26 in College Park. Participants stay in campus residence halls for the program. Students accepted into the program pay transportation costs to the University. Other associated program fees are covered by the USDA. Apply today at www.APHIS.USDA.GOV/DISCOVERY
More information is available in Student Services.