Date Name Description
02/21/2020

High school students can participate in a day-long introduction to Portland Community College's programs and services. Learn how to get ready to attend PCC, go on a campus tour, and spend time interacting with faculty and staff.

02/21/2020

A program for underrepresented 10th and 11th graders to learn about careers in cancer research at OHSU during the summer. Participants will be paid a stipend and receive free housing and lodging. Only open to students at select high schools in Oregon.

02/22/2020

Meet current students, eat lunch with faculty, attend chapel, visit a class, tour the campus, stay overnight in the residence halls, and meet with faculty and staff regarding academics, financial aid, student life, and athletics.

02/22/2020

Sonia Kovalevsky Day is a program of hands-on workshops and talks for high school girls and their teachers. The purpose of the day is to encourage young women to continue their study of mathematics and to assist the teachers of women mathematics students. Held at Western Oregon University.

02/25/2020

Schools, students and families can join for a series of live streamed presentations with Oregon experts about paying for college. Sponsored by Oregon Goes To College, OASFAA, and The College Place. 6:30 pm

02/27/2020

A half-day college prep program designed for first-generation, ethnically diverse, or economically disadvantaged high school students in ninth through twelfth grades.

02/27/2020

Come for a campus visit and get your questions answered about enrolling at Umpqua Community College.

02/27/2020

Learn about planning and paying for college in a free workshop presented by ECMC. 2/27 in Portland, 3/12 in Eugene, 3/18 in Pendleton, 4/9 in Woodburn and 4/20 in La Pine.

03/04/2020

Explore the fields of law enforcement, corrections, parole and probation, community crime prevention and other criminal justice professions. High school and college students are welcome to attend this one-day event.

03/05/2020

A half-day college prep program designed for first-generation, ethnically diverse, or economically disadvantaged high school students in ninth through twelfth grades.

03/06/2020

University of Oregon's spring campus visit program for prospective students and their families. Learn about academics, student support services and more.

03/06/2020

Learn about union construction careers and apprenticeship opportunities. Held in Tangent on 3/6 and Portland on 6/5, 9/4 and 12/4.

03/07/2020

OSU is hosting a free half-day science workshop for middle school girls and their parents. The event is designed to nurture girls’ interest in the sciences by providing a program of hands-on activities paired with positive adult women scientist role models. Individual pre-registration is required and due March 2.

03/10/2020

Shows students the region's amazing diversity of career opportunities, as well as the skills and education needed for those jobs. Held in Portland and organized by the Portland Workforce Alliance.

03/10/2020

Schools, students and families can join for a series of live streamed presentations with Oregon experts about paying for college. Sponsored by Oregon Goes To College, OASFAA, and The College Place. 6:30 pm

03/10/2020

Oregon Coast Community College will have FAFSA and ORSAA help from 3:30-6:30 p.m. The events are open to the public for anyone to come get help with their applications. 1/21 and 3/10 in Newport, 2/11 and 4/7 in Lincoln City

03/12/2020

A free, two-day event that gives a chance to get to know the university by attending chapel, dining in the cafeteria, sitting in on classes, and meeting with professors.

03/12/2020

Learn about planning and paying for college in a free workshop presented by ECMC. 2/27 in Portland, 3/12 in Eugene, 3/18 in Pendleton, 4/9 in Woodburn and 4/20 in La Pine.

03/13/2020

University of Oregon's spring campus visit program for prospective students and their families. Learn about academics, student support services and more.

03/13/2020

An event for Latino high school students in Oregon that includes leadership workshops, a college/career fair and keynote speakers. Held at Southern Oregon University.