Did you know that DO-IT has many opportunities beyond the DO-IT Scholars Summer Study program?
On April 9, 2009, students from four Seattle high schools participated in a Transition to College event at Seattle Central Community College (SCCC). Outreach and Recruitment Coordinator Gina Nakamura, kicked off the event with an enthusiastic presentation on what a community college has to offer. She explained some of the differences between two- and four-year institutions to an attentive group of high school students and staff. Students asked many thoughtful questions regarding the variety of offerings, testing, and admissions procedures, as well as social opportunities.
Meet the 2009 Scholars
This summer DO-IT will host its annual Summer Study program for DO-IT Scholars. Primary funding for the DO-IT Scholars program is provided by the State of Washington. Additional funding for Scholar activities is provided by the Microsoft Corporation, the National Science Foundation, and the Boeing Company. For information about the DO-IT Scholars program, consult www.washington.edu/doit/Brochures/Programs/scholars.html.