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Virtual Programs, Opportunities & Webinars

Check out this page filled with online opportunities, programs, webinars, and more. Updated multiple times each week, this is your one stop for online learning opportunities and deadlines. Whether it is a virtual college fair, an extracurricular workshops to add to your resume, or tools to help manage stress levels, we make it easy for you to find what you might be interested in. Be sure to check back often to stay up-to-date!
Featured Opportunity: Alumni Service Day

Upcoming Opportunities:  

Junior Night Part 1: Behind the Scenes of an Admission Office
April 13th 4:00pm-5:00pm
On this session we will cover:
  • What happens after you hit submit through when you receive your decision?
  • How did the Test Optional policy impact admission decisions this year—and how are colleges like Pomona able to create a class without standardized tests?
  • How was application reading different from past years?
  • Essays: What do you look for in a great personal statement? How much do essays matter? Can they ever hurt your chances?
  • Demonstrated interest: How does it really work? What does Pomona track? What do other schools track?
  • Q&A: Submit questions in advance at this form. We'll select a few to answer live.
Junior Night Part 2: What Should I be doing Right Now to Prepare for College?
April 20th 4:00pm-5:00pm
On this session we will cover:
  • What has changed in the college admission world since the pandemic started—and what hasn’t
  • Why students should stop thinking of the admissions process as a contest of grades and scores (and what to do instead)
  • Why good students sometimes aren’t accepted at their “likely” schools
  • How (and where) to address pandemic experiences in the application
  • How students can stand out—in a good way—despite limited extracurricular activity involvement
  • What juniors can be doing right now: a tangible set of action items
  • Q&A: Submit questions in advance at this form. We'll select a few to answer live.
Paying for College
Saturday, Apr 22nd at 10 a.m.
College is an investment, especially financially, so the cost of college is a typical concern for students and their families. The Princeton Review will provide information on how to make paying for college affordable. Participants will learn about different forms of financial aid, applying for scholarships and how to make smart financial decisions. One hour session. Click here to learn more. Register here. 
Mind Out Loud
May 4-6, 2021
Free online event for students. Students join together for a three-day virtual experience to: 
- Connect with their peers across California
- Hear from engaging speakers to be equipped with practical tools for wellness
- Increase mental health awareness and advocacy for themselves and their friends
- Learn about suicide prevention
- Reduce stigma around mental health
College 101
Saturday, May 15 10:00am-11:00am
In this online session, students will review college admission requirements and application timelines. Students will also learn the differences between community college, private universities, UCs, CSUs and out of state options. As well as answer some other questions you may have such as: What is Early Admission/Early Decision? Why do they care about your high school GPA and test scores? 
College Application- Personal Statement
Thursday, May 20, 2021, 4pm-5:00pm

The college admission essay is an important but often overlooked key to admission. The majority of colleges require an essay as part of the application process, but what do you say? How do you tell your story? In this online session, students will learn key tips and strategies to improve their essays and allow their voices and ideas to be clearly heard. Register: https://pardot.princetonreview.com/partner/lapl


Saturday, April 17, 2021, 10 a.m
Choosing between the ACT®, SAT® is like deciding between Snapchat or Instagram Stories. They’re both going to share a story with your friends, but some people may like one more than the other. In this online session, we will break down each test and give students all the details they need to decide whether they should take the ACT or SAT…or both! Click here to learn more. Register here.

SAT/ACT Prep Series

In this online series, students will take a practice test and will virtually attend two strategy review sessions to provide a better understanding of how to improve test scores. Students will also gain access to an online portal to review their score reports, where they will receive detailed feedback and recommendations. (A 30 minute lunch break will be provided midway through the class session) Click here to learn more. Register here.

SAT Section 3: Saturday, April 10th   11:00 AM – 3:30 PM Test // Saturday, April 24th 10:00 AM – 3:30 PM Class

SAT Section 4: Saturday, April 17th 11:00 AM – 3:30 PM  Test // Saturday, May 1st  10:00 AM – 3:30 PM Class

SAT Section 5: Saturday, June 12th 11:00 AM – 3:30 PM Test// Saturday, June 19th 10:00 AM – 3:30 PM Class

SAT Section 6: Saturday, July 10th 11:00 AM – 3:30 PM  Test // Saturday, July 24th 10:00 AM – 3:30 PM Class

ACT Section 1: Saturday, April 3rd 11:00 AM – 3:30 PM Test //Saturday, April 10th 10:00 AM – 3:30 PM Class

ACT Section 2: Saturday, May 15th 11:00 AM – 3:30 PM  Test // Saturday, May 22nd 10:00 AM – 3:30 PM Class

ACT Section 3: Saturday, May 29th 11:00 AM – 3:30 PM   Test// Saturday, June 5th 10:00 AM – 3:30 PM Class

ACT Section 4: Saturday, July 17th  11:00 AM – 3:30 PM Test // Saturday, July 31st  10:00 AM – 3:30 PM Class



Ongoing Opportunities:

Virtual College Advising
Free virtual college support hosted by ScholarMatch in partnership with CollegePoint. Virtual office hours are held each week and are open to all juniors and seniors who need support with college applications.
Dates: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday weekly
Time: 3:00pm-5:00pm
More Information and Registration: https://scholarmatch.org/students/
Explore over 600 colleges without ever leaving home. Browse around or use the search to pick a destination. When you find somewhere you like, connect directly with the school from within the tour.
Virtual Job Shadowing 

Are you interested in becoming a health professional? Join us for virtual shadowing sessions. Pre-Health Shadowing can be completed from the comfort of your home. Meet with health care professionals from various domains and specialties to get an inside look at their education and career paths.Connect with our 4657 other pre-health students and professionals around the world. More information: https://www.prehealthshadowing.com/

Let's Go to College CA + Let's Go to College Los Angeles
Powered by SoCal CAN, Let's Go to College CA is student-led virtual hub that provides timely information, resources and virtual programming opportunities for students navigating college during the global pandemic. Visit www.letsgotocollegeca.org, sign up for our newsletter, and follow us on Instagram and Twitter @gotocollegeca. We're thrilled to be partnering with our colleagues at the L.A. Compact to be promoting the regional Let's Go to College Los Angeles campaign. Visit www.letsgotocollegeca.org/la to find LA-specific resources and events. 
Explore College Planning tools for Equitas Alumni including college options, financial aid, scholarships, and more. 
* Last updated: 4/6/2021