- March 7, 2017
- Posted by: admin
- Category: News
Cal Students: Have high school students shadow YOU for a day!
Shadow Day brings together over 600 participants including 300 high school students from neighboring communities (Oakland, Richmond and Berkeley) to be matched in groups with 300 current UC Berkeley students. Many of the high school students are not “college- tracked” and are under-represented in the university system. These students come from diverse backgrounds and experiences. For many of them, they have not applied to college and will be visiting a college campus for the first time. They will be given the opportunity to learn first-hand, from Cal students, what college is really like.
The day begins in the morning when the high school students arrive to meet Cal volunteers, and continues throughout the day auditing classes, attending workshops, and touring campus. We will also provide breakfast, lunch, and t-shirts to all our participants. Most importantly, we will be providing an opportunity for high school students to be inspired to acquire information and help in applying and paying for college.
Questions about Shadow Day email firstname.lastname@example.org.