Parents of students in grades 6-12: Wondering what’s next for your child? Unsure what options are available and which path your child should take?

Join us for the Future Ready Parent Workshop! Choose from a variety of informational sessions about college and career planning and get the guidance you need to support your child with college and career planning.

All sessions will be recorded, and presentation materials are available online.

Future Ready Parent Workshop (virtual event)

April 19, 2021
6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Register for the event

Schedule of events

6 p.m.

Welcome, explanation of event structure, FutureMe website
Assistant Director Katie Siewert, VPS Career and Technical Education

Keynote: Finding hope for the future
EJ Carrion, CEO, Student Success Agency

6:30 p.m.
Session 1: Choose one of the following sessions to attend

Session title Demystifying college applications and admissions (repeated next session) Help your student transition to high school How to select a career: The big 6 career pathways Supporting students with different abilities through college Navigating college as a student of color Exploring military options: General overview
Presenter(s) Colton Lindelof, WSUV, and Abby Thompson, Clark College Kristina Howe, VPS school counselor Morgan Parker, VPS career pathways center Megan Jasurda, director of disability support services and counseling and health services, Clark College Tyler Monk, The Underdog Mentality SSgt. Gross, Marines; SSG Macdonald, Army; SFC Cline, Army; Lt. Siebert, Coast Guard; Petty Officer Carrillo, Navy; SSgt. Nichols, U.S. Air Force
Session title Dual credit options (AP, IB, RS, CiHS, CTE dual credit) How to write the college essay How to parent a high school student: Boundaries and techniques College Bound 101: En Español Choosing the right college: Public, private, 2 year, 4 year, technical Careers in the trades: Construction and roofing
Presenter(s) Jarrod Larse, Oregon State University, and Meredith Wilson, VPS college assessments coordinator Anna Aegerter, U of Redlands, and Alassane Diagne, Eastern Oregon U Dr. Anson L. Service, Psy.D., LMHC at Adventure Psychological Services Natalie Leal, GEAR UP, and Kurt Reeser, College Bound regional officer WCAN Natalie Powell, VPS career specialist Meg Kilmer, H.S. outreach coordinator, Pacific NW Carpenters Institute; and Joel Gonzalez, ORSWWA Roofers/Waterproofers Apprenticeship and Training Center

7 p.m.
Session 2: Choose one of the following sessions to attend

Session title Demystifying college applications and admissions (repeated from session 1) High school and beyond/forecasting/Xello: What classes should my student be taking? How do I pay for college? (repeated next session) College Bound scholarship 101 AVID and college and career readiness Exploring military options: Marines and Army
Presenter(s) Colton Lindelof, WSUV, and Abby Thompson, Clark College Dr. Brian Mathieson, VPS counselor lead Kim McDougall, WSUV, and Chippi Bello, associate dean of financial aid, Clark College Kurt Reeser, College Bound Regional Officer, WCAN Courtney Yinger, AVID SSgt. Gross, Marines; SSG Macdonald, Army; SFC Cline, Army
Session title Scholarships: How to find them and get them! NAACP: Future leaders must be developed today College resources for English learners College life: What’s it like? (student panel) The year ahead: Senior year timeline and tips Job-related services through the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation
Presenter(s) Amy Pham, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and Tracey Scharmann, VPS career connected coordinator Bridgette Fahnbulleh, ACT-SO Chair NAACP Vancouver Amy Tam, Clark College Recent VPS graduates Nhien Quach (U of NH), Sarah Faulk (SDSU), Megan Daniels (CWU) Connie Laurinat DVR regional training consultant, and Thavy Mom-Hing, DVR counselor liaison for VPS

7:30 p.m.
Session 3: Choose one of the following sessions to attend

Session title How has COVID impacted college admissions? Financial literacy for parents How do I pay for college? (repeated from session 2) Getting your student off the couch and into the world: Internships and opportunities The first generation college experience Exploring military options: U.S. Coast Guard, Navy, Air Force
Presenter(s) Adrian Calderon, University of Idaho, and Tiffany Viggiano, U of Alaska Anchorage Tim Walley, iQ Credit Union Kim McDougall, WSUV, and Chippi Bello, associate dean of financial aid, Clark College Tracey Scharmann, VPS career connected learning coordinator, and Nathan Abbott, ESD 112 Oswaldo Camarena and Arturo Santana, Upward Bound Program, and Nicole Leon, Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber Lt. Siebert, Coast Guard; Petty Officer Carrillo, Navy; SSgt. Nichols, U.S. Air Force
Session title Resources from the College Board: What can they do for you? Technical schools and the trades The Underdog Mentality: Finding passion and purpose College prep and goal setting Going out of state, WUE Attending a highly selective college
Presenter(s) Mikael Taylor, College Board, and Meredith Wilson, VPS college assessments coordinator Hector Novarro, Perry Technical Institute, and Bridget Quinn, NECA-IBEW Electrical Training Center Tyler Monk, The Underdog Mentality Colton Lindelof, WSUV Adrian Calderon, U of I; Zach Street, Conn College; Larissa Marple, Miami U Elizabeth Prater (Notre Dame), Eliana Stemm (art schools) and Noel Sims (Yale)

Distrito Escolar “Vancouver Public Schools” Taller Informativo “Future Ready” para los Padres de Familia

Padres de Familia de Estudiantes en los Grados 6º al 12vo: ¿Se preguntan qué es lo que sigue para su hijo después de la preparatoria? ¿No están seguros qué opciones hay y qué vía debería tomar su hijo?

¡El taller “Future Ready” (Listo para el Futuro) está específicamente diseñado para ustedes, los Padres de Familia! ¡Elijan de una variedad de sesiones informativas sobre la planificación para el colegio y carrera profesional y obtengan la orientación que ustedes necesitan!

Talleres en grupo proveerán más información sobre:

  • Establecimiento del Plan para la Trayectoria después de la Graduación de laPreparatoria (High School and Beyond Plan)
  • Oportunidades para programas de prácticas en compañías
  • Opciones para después de la graduación de la preparatoria
  • Solicitud de ingreso en colegios y universidades, proceso de admisión, y lasfinanzas
  • Oportunidades para carreras profesionales y los empleos más solicitados

Taller Informativo “Future Ready” para los Padres de Familia

Lunes, 19 de abril de 2021
de 6 a 8 PM
Evento virtual

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ванкуверские государственные школы  Информационный вечер для родителей по вопросам подготовки к будущему

Родителей учащихся 6-12 классов: Задумываетесь над тем, что ваш ребёнок будет делать в будущем после школы? Не уверены, какие есть возможные варианты, и какой путь следует выбрать вашему школьнику?

Этот информационный вечер подготовлен специально для родителей! Вы сможете выбрать из нескольких лекций на тему колледжа и выбора профессии и получить необходимую вам Помощь и рекомендаци.

Нижеуказанные лекции предоставят дополнительную информацию:

  • Планирование окончания школы и последующих действий
  • Возможности производственной стажировки
  • Возможные варианты после окончания старшей школы
  • Колледж и университет: подача заявлений, процесс поступления, финансовые вопросы
  • Востребованные возможные профессии и виды работ

Информационный вечер для родителей по вопросам подготовки к будущему

Понедельник
19 апреля 2021 года
6 – 8 вечера