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An opportunity for all: LAVC College Fest draws near

LAVC will host its annual College Fest on Saturday, Sept. 18 for students of all grade levels to learn more about the college application process.
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Los Angeles Valley College (LAVC) will be teaming up with Local District Northeast to host their annual College Fest virtually on Zoom for attendees to learn more about the application process and different colleges on Saturday, Sept. 18 from 9:00 a.m. to noon.

Representatives from the University of California, California State University, California Community College and private colleges will speak at the event. They may also gain insight into out-of-state schools as well.

Various online workshops will be available to students too, ranging from topics such as essay writing and test preparation to financial aid and admission tips. Other specific information to better understand the college admissions process will be provided.

To access the virtual workshops, use the link www.lavc.edu/outreach/CollegeFest.aspx

 

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Angelica Venturina is the Print Editor-in-Chief. A senior now, this is her last year of journalism. She likes reading historical fantasy books, creative writing, video editing, watching Korean dramas, listening to music and playing with her cat, Chowder. Outside of journalism, Angelica is involved with TASSEL Cambodia and First Gen. In the future, she hopes to visit the Philippines again and spend time with her relatives there while enjoying Filipino street food. After graduation, Angelica wants to pursue a career as a surgical technologist.
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