• College Q & A in the CCC

    March 21st at 7:45 A.M. in the College and Career Center- come ask all the questions!



    College Series for Juniors

    Various sessions beginning on March 20th- come hear from college representatives about admissions, majors, and careers!



    Birmingham Area College Fair

    March 21, 2023- 6:00-7:30 P.M. at Marian High School- come speak with several representatives at once! Seaholm is co-hosting this informative event!


    NACAC Metro Detroit National College Fair

    April 18, 2023 from 8:30-11:30 A.M. and 6:00- 8:00 P.M. at Suburban Collection Showcase (Novi); for registration: https://www.nacacattend.org/fairs


    Info from GVSU -

    GV in the 313
    “Registration is now open…Held in Downtown Detroit Monthly.
    January 24th (we’re offering on-site admissions!) | February 28th | March 28th | April 25th https://apply.gvsu.edu/portal/detroit_events.”



    Virtual MAT2 (Michigan Advanced Technician Training) Apprenticeship Program Info Sessions – “Virtual Info Sessions to learn more about the various opportunities with the MAT2 Apprenticeship Program”  For info:  MAT² - Advanced Technician Training Apprenticeship Program (mat2apprenticeships.com)
    January 24 – 3:00 p.m. - Meeting Registration - Zoom
    February 23 – 11:30 a.m. - Meeting Registration - Zoom
    March 14 – 3:30 p.m. - Meeting Registration - Zoom




    CAVA — College Access Virtual Assistant
    “MCAN’s College Access Virtual Assistant, or CAVA, is a web- and text-based chatbot that connects Michigan students with resources, support, and up-to-date information on the college-going process.”   CAVA — College Access Virtual Assistant - Michigan College Access Network (micollegeaccess.org)




    Michigan Achievement Scholarship – Newly established – “Starting with the high school class of 2023, students will be eligible for more financial aid from the State.”
    For information:  https://www.michigan.gov/mistudentaid/programs/michigan-achievement-scholarship  or  Michigan Achievement Scholarship.


    Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Latino’s Young Ambassadors Program

    Graduating high school seniors with a passion for the arts, sciences, or humanities as they pertain to Latino communities.  

    For more information, to view the information videos, and to apply please visit: http://www.latino.si.edu/yap.”



    Prepping for a college interview?

    Check out this video with tips from The Princeton Review.

    8 Tips for Acing Your College Interviews | The Princeton Review




    Society of Women Engineers – Detroit High School Events
    “SWE-D’s Virtual High School Mentorship Program
    (October 2021 – May 2022) – For 10th -12th grade Michigan residents ONLY. Are you interested in getting advice about majoring in and having a career in STEM? Sign-up for SWE Detroit's High School Mentorship Program! You will meet at least 5 times virtually with a STEM professional from companies like Toyota, Ford, General Motors, Ball Aerospace, and participate in virtual group events!” Email haleyantoine@gmail.com with questions.



    Virtual Information Sessions - Harvard, Princeton, the University of Virginia, Wellesley, and Yale

    For information, dates, and registration links visit:

    The Office of Undergraduate Admission (virginia.edu)



    Coast to Coast College Tour - Dartmouth College, Northwestern University, Princeton University, University of California-Berkeley, and Vanderbilt University
    Program, with presentations, offered on various dates in September.  See link for details and registration:  Coast To Coast College Tour (coasttocoasttour.org)


    College Planning Check-List for Juniors:

    Seaholm College Planning Check-Off List 2021




    Learn About The Honors College at Oakland University - Special Virtual Event

     "Learn About The Honors College" - Wednesday, March 24th, from 4:00 to 5:00 PM

    "You will hear about how we aid in supporting your high achievement, gaining opportunities, exploring extra benefits such as priority registration,
    a dedicated support staff, and more!! High school students in grades 9 through 12 are welcome to join us for this important information
    and some fun too!  Click here to register."




    U.S. Army Junior ROTC

    See website for information - 




    Pathways to Apprenticeship – School to Work (STW) Summer Program

    “Collaboration between the Michigan Laborers’ & Apprenticeship Institute (MLTAI), Laborers' International Union of North America (LiUNA) and Oakland Schools has provided a

    summer opportunity for students interested in construction as a career choice since 2016. Once again, Oakland Schools is pleased to offer the

    Pathways to Apprenticeship – School to Work (STW) Summer Program for high school juniors and seniors.”


    Pathways to Apprenticeship – School to Work (STW) Summer Program presentations are being held on three different dates.  Students, parents, teachers and counselors can learn about the program and info about the application.



    Society of Women Engineers

    "Interested in learning more about engineering and other STEM fields?

    SWENext is a free program that offers resources for students interested in engineering including a monthly newsletter, a high school leadership academy (https://swe.org/learning/high-school-leadership-academy/),

    an awards program (https://swe.org/k-12-outreach/swenext/swenext-awards/), access to over $1 million in college scholarships (https://swe.org/scholarships/), and more.

    SWENext (https://swe.org/k-12-outreach/youth-programs/)




    Interlochen Arts Camp

    1-6 Week Sessions - June-August

    View videos and information:  camp.interlochen.org/virtual-tour

    More info: camp.interlochen.org

    Addmission and Financial Aid info:  admission@interlochen.org


    Prepping for a college interview?

    Check out this video with tips from The Princeton Review.

    8 Tips for Acing Your College Interviews | The Princeton Review





    Figuring Out the Cost of College 

    What Do Colleges Look for in a Student - from CollegeData.org

    Princeton Review's List of Colleges with the Best Financial Aid

    How Colleges Use Social Media to Evaluate Students (from Common Sense Media)

    This checklist for Juniors (Class of 2022) is provided by "Going Merry", a scholarship website. The recommendations are pre-COVID; however, the suggestions are still good ones! 11th grade checklist

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