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GCC CACG upcoming events

by: GCC Student Center | .
Guam Community College | .
published: May 19, 2014

CACGP SUMMER PROGRAMS:

CACGP SUMMER BRIDGE (middle and high school students)

Summer Session A: June 9-June 27, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.  (Session A is almost full – a few slots are still available, so call now!)

Summer Session B: June 30-July 18, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

First come, first serve. Slots for 30 middle school and 30 high school students PER Session. FREE summer courses in Math, English, Career Exploration and more. FREE Cultural and Career Exploration field trips. Breakfast and Lunch included. Participant may only attend one of two sessions. 

CACGP RENEWABLE ENERGY Summer Program (10- High school students)

    June 16-June 27 DEADLINE: Until filled.

Career fields in sustainable energy are in demand! Students will learn about emerging careers related to power conservation, sustainable and keeping the environment eco-friendly. FREE Supplies, breakfast and lunch included!

CACGP GRANT AID* DEADLINE: June 20

$500 to $1,000 FREE MONEY for COLLEGE, for high school graduates attending a U.S. Accredited institution (GCC, UOG or off-island). Must be a CACGP member and Pell Grant eligible?

$1,000 (SUMMER/FALL 2014 AWARDS) Applicable to upcoming high school graduates.
$500 (FALL 2014 AWARDS) Applicable to juniors and seniors taking college courses or development courses; also for adult education students enrolling in courses that lead into career pathways or assist with entry into a post-secondary education institution.

*The number of grant aid awards is subject to availability of funds and based on timely submission of required and completed documents. This is a one-time award. OFFICIAL awards are processed after student's institution certifies Pell grant eligibility and enrollment. Any tuition/fees amount in excess of the grant aid award is the obligation of the student. Student should make payment arrangements with his/her institution and note the payment deadlines of their chosen institution.

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