College Exploration Day

flyer of College Exploration Day

The Inter-Tribal Education Collaborative (ITEC) is honored to present the 4th Annual College Exploration Day 2018 at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. This conference brings together Native American elementary, middle, high school, transfer, and returning adult students and families to increase awareness of opportunities available through higher education. Join us as local colleges, universities, and tribal organizations unite to collectively move the Native American community toward a better future!

Saturday, January 13, 2018

8:00am - 9:15am           Campus Tour & Continental Breakfast (Bronco Student Center, Bldg 35)

9:20am – 9:30am          Blessing and Welcome

9:30am – 9:50am          Keynote Speaker Timothy Williams Ft. Mojave Chairman

10:00am – 10:50am      Session 1:
Adults - Financial Aid & Student Loans Workshop and session for Returning Students
High School - 9th & 10th College Prep and FAFSA Fun 101
Middle School - Animal Sciences, Language & Danza Workshop
Elementary - Critical Thinking Skills and Careers Workshop

11:00am – 11:50am      Session 2:
Adults - College 101 Student Panel and Financial Literacy: Investing for College Workshop
High School - 11th & 12th Grade College Prep, Professor Round Table, Careers Workshop, and Engineering Workshop
Middle School - Cultural Session and Tour of the Bronco Recreation & Intramural Complex (BRIC)
Elementary School - Language & Danza and Cultural Sessions

12:00pm – 12:50pm      Session 3:
Adults - Careers Workshop
High School - Financial Aid & Budgeting for all HS students, Student Panel, and Personal Statements/Summer Programs
Middle School - Science & Engineering with Native Students from CPP and UCR's American Indian Science & Engineering Society and Introduction to Medical Careers/Allied Health Professions
Elementary - Cultural Session and Tour of the Bronco Recreation & Intramural Complex Tour (BRIC)

1:00pm – 2:00pm          Lunch, College Fair, and Raffles

2:00pm – 3:00pm          Closing Remarks by Stanley Rodriguez and Raffles

Parking Information

this is a map of parking structure 2 where guests can park for the event


Parking Structure above as outlined

this is a map of where the event will take place in Bronco Student Center and how to access it from the parking structure

Bronco Student Center (Bldg. 35) outlined above

Indicate if you would like a parking permit during your registration and considering carpooling. The university will cover parking for the first 200 guests.  Application information coming soon!

Contact Information
For more information about the event, please contact Native American Student Center, at 909-869-3967 or Dr. Sandy Dixon at 909-869-4594.