Archive for July, 2020

VOX looking for teen staff, teen voices, teen opinions

July 24, 2020 Leave a comment

For more than 25 years, VOX has been supporting the self-expression of Atlanta’s teens through print and online publications. Here are three ways Atlanta teens can get involved with VOX right now:

  1. VOX is now accepting applications for its fall 2020 teen staff. The programming year will start with virtual meetings only. Activities may move to in-person as circumstances allow.
  2. VOX is running its Atlanta Teen Survey to find out what’s on teens’ minds. They use the survey results to guide VOX programming. They also share this information with people who work with teens.
  3. Teens are always invited to submit their original stories, art or poetry to VOX’s Atlanta Teen Voices.
Categories: Enrichment

Webinar tomorrow about Mary Baldwin University’s early college for gifted girls

July 14, 2020 Leave a comment

Mary Baldwin University’s Program for the Exceptionally Gifted (PEG) gives highly gifted girls ages 13 to 16 the chance to forgo high school and enter college early, working toward a 4-year degree while living on MBU’s campus in Virginia.

PEG will host a webinar about its program tomorrow, July 15, at 6 p.m. (Sorry for the late notice — I only got word of the event this evening.) The web conference will provide information about admissions, academics and financial aid, and give a tour of the residence hall. No registration is needed to attend the webinar; simply sign on when it starts.

Categories: Beyond K-12