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College and Career Center News

  • 1.The Northwest Youth Leadership Conference is happening IN PERSON at Pacific Lutheran University the week of June 20-23rd. July 11th-14th (NEW DATES)

    This is a great opportunity for current juniors who have a passion for leadership. Sophomores might be able to participate but priority is given to juniors since space is limitedStudents will participate in seminars led by spokespersons from business, government, military, and more! Students will stay in a PLU dorm on campus! This event looks great on a college resume and especially valuable if you plan on attending a military academy after high school.  Email me ASAP if you're interested in attending at dboesenberg@nthurston.k12.wa.us.
      
    2. Black Male Youth Summit: May 15, 2021 9:00am-3:00pm-
     
    The Summit is designed to mentor, educate, nurture and expose our young men to positive Black imagery in an effort to unlock their personal potential for greatness. Note- There is a fee to attend. For more details and to register, go to: https://hbcusummitseries.com/ 
     
    3. American Legion Auxiliary Girls State : June 13th -17th; Virtual
        American Legion Auxiliary Boys State: June 20th-26th; In Person (in Stanwood, WA)
     
    While attending, you’ll stimulate Washington State government by constructing your own local, county and state governments. Activities include running for office, creating laws and much more. This is open to current juniors and seniors. You’ll meet students from all over Washington. (Students will need to obtain teacher permission to attend since conference is happening during  school).
    For more details, contact Ms. Boesenberg at dboesenberg@nthurston.k12.wa.us.
     

     

     Class of 2021: The 2020/2021 FAFSA Application will be available to fill out October 1, 2020

    Parents/Guardians of every class of 2021 senior pursuing post secondary education after high school should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) before June 30, 2021. Check with each college / university for their actual due date.

    For Additional Information check out http://readysetgrad.org/educators/grad/cgw-students-families.

    FAFSA on the Web - This is the electronic application for most federal student financial aid: grants, student employment, and loans.

     


Meet the Support Staff

  • Stacey Cidzik 

    Registrar 

     

    Carletta Garraway 

    Counseling Center Scheduler

     

    Diane Boesenberg 

    College and Career Center Specialist

     

    Jennifer Gould 

    Homeless Liaison



  • Students and parents should contact a counselor if they have questions about transitions between schools, registration, course selection, interpretation and use of test results, or graduation requirements. High School counselors assist students with academic, vocational, college, and personal questions. Parents may contact a counselor to facilitate teacher meetings, discuss their students' current scheduling, or post high school planning. Students and parents are strongly encouraged to make an appointment with a counselor or our career technician.

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