Date: November 10, 2014
Time: 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Location: Central Penn College - Summerdale, PA
Cost: Free to attend
Registration: Required, see below.
After the success of our first Basecamp Summit in April 2014, Central Penn College is offering a second event this fall!
This senior-focused bridge program is designed to demystify the transition to life beyond the high school classroom. Basecamp Summit provides valuable lessons in relevant topics such as dispute resolution, social media, and budgeting, while also engaging students to discuss concepts that are important to them right now.
During Basecamp Summit, students will also have an opportunity to tour our campus and enjoy lunch with their peers. This program, which comes at no cost to your school, will be held on Monday, November 10 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Central Penn College in Summerdale, PA.
In this opening session, students will explore their options after high scoool and take a look at what they want to be "when they grow up."
Click (Dis)Like: Why Social Media Use is Now a Professional Issue
Learn how your personal social media use can be used for, or against you, when applying to college, for a job or even for a loan.
Intro To Criminal Justice—The Forensic Process
This session explores the forensic (scientific) process and how it can be applied in the real world.
You Can, You Will … Succeed Online
This session will debunk many of the common myths associated with online learning and will provide you with the necessary skills to succeed.
Getting Along: How To Deal With Conflicts in College
This session will teach you some skills that will help you get along in a new environment, even with people you already know.
Don’t Just Survive … THRIVE!
This session will focus on how to find balance when juggling academics, extracurricular activities and independent living!
Financial Literacy 101
This session focuses personal finance, debt and student loans. As well explores budgeting tips, creating short and long-term financial goals.
This event is free to attend; however, registration is required by filling out the form below.
You may also contact Rebecca Bowman at (717) 728-2267 or firstname.lastname@example.org with additional questions or to register a group of students.