College & Career Center
Join us in 2021 for our Live Wednesday Virtual Series with WANIC and Career Panels. You can also find the event links in the College & Career Center Calendar.
Live Wednesday recorded sessions are “college visits” brought to students by MS Teams. The information sessions are presented by college admissions reps who are your college contacts. Click the button below for links to the recorded events.
- Fred Hutchinson Internship Opportunities (click for due dates)
- Teens in Public Service Summer Internships (TIPS), Due 3/5/21)
- Seattle Children’s Hospital Research Training Program for High School Students (Due 4/4/21)
- Salt House Kids Team Member (Job Opportunity)
- Pedalheads Instructors Wanted (Job Opportunity)
- Still Deciding on College? Try a Virtual Campus Visit.
- Celebrate Engineering Week with Lockheed Martin, 2/23/21 | Apply Today!
- KUOW Intro to Radio Journalism Summer Workshop, Application Due 3/9/21
- 2021 STEM Engineering & Construction Camps, 3/15/21
- Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program, Apply by 3/19/21
- COPE Junior Health Scholar Summer Program, Application Due 3/31/21
- College Goal Cascadia Registration Still Open!
- New! Career and Technical Programs Can Help You Get the Job You Want
- New! 2021-22 WANIC Registration Opens 2/2/21
- New! Virtual Community & Technical College Fair, 2/11/21 & 4/20/21
- New! NACAC Virtual College Fairs - Spring 2021 Schedule
- CWU - Aviation Program
- CWU - Virtual Campus Tours & Virtual Group Visits
- Evergreen Boys State Program for Juniors & Seniors | Now Enrolling for June 2021
- ACE Mentor Program | Architecture, Construction & Engineering
- iUrban Free Classes for Teens
- Young Women Empowered (Y-WE)
2 year community or technical/vocational college - one or two year degrees or specific career training programs
Apprenticeships - hands on career training for crafts or trades - "earn while you learn"
Gap Year - Volunteer and/or live abroad
Military – Full time and part time service
Private Career Schools – Specific training program (i.e. culinary, aviation, NASCAR)
Did you know you can get a head start on college by earning dual credit while still in high school? Here is how you can do it! Students can earn BOTH high school AND college credit (this is called DUAL CREDIT) for completing select high school courses with a grade of “B” (3.0) or better.
Credit by passing a college course
College in the High School provides college courses that are taught at the high school, by high school teachers, with college curriculum, college textbooks, and oversight by college faculty and staff.
Running Start - Students enroll in courses taught on-campus at Washington’s community and technical colleges and at select four-year colleges.
Credit by exam
Credit by articulation
Students can earn credit through some career and technical education (CTE) courses with CTE Dual Credit.