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    Flinn Scholars Information Sessions
    Juniors/Sophomores:  Attend an information session at the Arizona Science Center on Monday, April 10th from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. to learn about the prestigious Flinn Scholars Program.  The Flinn Scholarship is worth more than $115,000 and covers tuition, living expenses, funding for study abroad and an off-campus professional internship.  Eligible students apply in their senior year.   Visit:  flinnscholars.org  
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    The college financial aid process is starting early. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) can now be submitted as early as October 1.  Discover Student Loans is hosting a FREE webinar to help students and families make sense of the new changes to the FAFSA and the financial aid process: 

     

    College Financial Aid 101 presented by Discover Student Loans

    Wednesday, October 5th 2016 from 8:00-9:00 p.m. ET 

    Register Today

     

    College Financial Aid 101 presented by Discover Student Loans

    Thursday, October 6th 2016 from 8:00-9:00 p.m. ET 

    Register Today


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                                                                               Great Scholarship Links - Click Here!

     
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    Basha High School offers both ACT and SAT Testing right here on campus. 
    Click on the ACT/SAT link on this web page for more information!
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         What is The COMMON APPLICATION?
     
    The Common Application simplifies the college admissions process by saving time and eliminating duplication of effort.  Once completed online or in print, copies of the Application may be sent to hundreds of participating colleges and universities for consideration for undergraduate admission.
    Visit http://www.commonapp.org/        
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    Approximately 50% of new to college students are undecided.
    In effort to help students declare a major or find a strong area of interest, CGCC is now beginning to offer Career Workshops to help graduating high school seniors plan their future and explore careers/majors before they start college.
    Visit  http://http://www.cgc.maricopa.edu/Academics/Careers/Pages/Home.aspx    for more information and to register to attend these free workshops.
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    Our mission in the Career Center is to increase each student's ability to make a successful post-secondary and/or career transition. The Career Center provides assessment tools to help identify academic and career goals. Resources include:
     
    scholarship information
    career exploration programs
    employment opportunities
    testing information
    computer lab
    university, college, military and vocational school materials
    opportunities to meet with college/university admissions representatives
     
    Parents and students are always welcome!  Stop by and see
    Mrs. Fassinger, e-mail or call at 480-224-2211.


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