Kentucky Colleges Seek to Recruit African-Americans

Kentucky Colleges Seek to Recruit African-Americans

The Council on Postsecondary Education and the Kentucky Department of Education are sponsoring the 24th Annual Academically Proficient African-American High School Junior and Senior Conference.

Published May 16, 2011



(Photo: www.cpe.ky.gov.insitutions)

FYI Kentucky Residents: Know of a student approaching junior or senior year of high school? If so, it’s about that time for them to start thinking about their immediate future: college. The Council on Postsecondary Education and the Kentucky Department of Education are sponsoring the 24th Annual Academically Proficient African-American High School Junior and Senior Conference. The conference will take place on June 17-18 at Morehead State University and will cover a wide range of college-planning topics from financial aid and scholarships to selecting a college and a career. Additionally, college representatives of Kentucky Institutions will be on site following the sessions.

 

Besides the great advice, one of the best parts of the conference is that it’s free. (There is a $12 per person fee if families need overnight housing). To participate, students must be classified as juniors and seniors during the 2011–2012 school year.

 

To register and for more information, visit http://cpe.ky.gov/news/calendar/statewide/acadprof.htm.

 

Written by Danielle Wright

COMMENTS

Latest in news