Dulles High School seniors take part in annual College and Career Day
To help students prepare for life after high school, Dulles High School hosted its annual Senior College and Career Day event that welcomed more than 600 students and representatives of colleges and institutions. The event, coordinated by College and Career Readiness Advisor Abby Brasell and Substitute Advisor Maya Bajwa, offered participants four components: a college fair, financial aid presentation, college application workshop and a guest speaker.
Fort Bend ISD Superintendent of Schools Dr. Charles Dupre served as the event’s guest speaker, offering students advice and words of wisdom to help guide them in making college and career choices based on their interests and skill levels.
The college fair included more than 50 college/university/institution representatives, who were eager to share information regarding admissions, available graduate and undergraduate programs, entrance exams and more.
“This event gave students an opportunity to meet face-to-face with college and university representatives and ask questions they may have regarding admissions policies, financial aid, housing and campus life,” said Bajwa. “It also allowed them to learn about institutions they may not have considered attending before.”
Students can learn more about preparing for post-secondary careers by visiting the District’s College and Career Readiness webpage.