MindWorks would love to invite New Haven students (that means YOU!) to their UPGRADED SAT Boot Camp at Fairfield University on February 16, 2019. Based on demand, they have enhanced our camp to provide both an in-person and online experience to deliver even more value to your students. Please note, the spots are filling up fast with students planning ahead so register ASAP if you are interested!
MindWorks wants to empower the future of your students, one correct answer at a time. Many students who have participated in the program have seen an average increase of 200 points. They are offering $5000 in scholarships for low-income students to attend.
To Register click here: https://www.mindworksprep.com/boot-camps.html
To apply for Scholarships click here http://www.mindworksprep.com/sat-scholarships.html
Do you like drama, drawing, dancing, or even just doodling? Or would you rather read, recite, rehearse or write?
Are you interested in improving your skills in public speaking, presenting, performing, and pondering different points of view?
Do you want the credentials to convey that you can convincingly communicate, carry yourself with confidence, critically consider contrasting cultures, connect with your community and collect college credit?
If you are a New Haven public school sophomore or junior that answered YES to any of these questions, we encourage you to apply to become a Festival Fellow and immerse yourself in the Festival’s programming and behind-the-scenes action in the 6 months leading up to the Festival! (Psst… it’s free!)
The application is due December 15th!
Date: Saturday November 17th
Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm
Location: 149 York Street, New Haven
Who Can Come: Students in Grades 9 – 12
Lunch will be served!
|Attention Creative Writers, Theater Fans, and Playwrights! Are you looking for a place to express yourself in new ways? To be challenged, to laugh, and to work hard with a group of other creative high schoolers? Please join us for a Yale Pathways to Arts & Humanities new playwriting initiative in collaboration with Dramaturgs from the Yale School of Drama.
At New Voices in Theater (NVIT) you will:
Please come with your favorite pen or pencil…and get ready to write! To register follow this link (or click the Register button): onhsa.yale.edu/NVIT.
Questions? Email Sarah Wessler
Science on Saturdays @Yale : How Cells Use Chemistry & Physics to Break the Bones that Power their Movement
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 10AM-12PM
STERLING CHEMISTRY LAB, 225 PROSPECT ST. NEW HAVEN
FREE & OPEN TO TO KIDS & ADULTS OF ALL AGES! BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY!
NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
|So, it’s time to buckle down? Come learn from Prof. Enrique De La Cruz the importance of holding the salt, so you can wiggle and break a little actin. Who says scientists don’t have moves? Science on Saturdays is a special lecture series designed for families that brings the excitement of research and the passion of scientists to the community. Each event involves a lecture by a Yale professor and tons of hands-on science demonstrations run by Yale students & faculty, including an inflatable planetarium show! This event will also feature a wind tunnel from Heliventures, a Sikorsky outreach group! Bring the whole family! Refreshments will be served. Free parking is available at the Sachem-Prospect Garage on Prospect Street.|
Science on Saturdays: How Cells Use Chemistry & Physics to Break the Bones that Power their Movement!
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 10AM-12PM
STERLING CHEM LAB, 225 PROSPECT ST
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED. LET YOUR FRIENDS KNOW TOO!
DEMOS 10AM-11AM; LECTURE 11AM-12PM
So, it’s time to buckle down? Come learn from Prof. Enrique De La Cruz the importance of holding the salt, so you can wiggle and break a little actin. Who says scientists don’t have moves? Science on Saturdays is a special lecture series designed for families that brings the excitement of research and the passion of scientists to the community. Each event involves a lecture by a Yale professor and hands-on science demonstrations run by Yale College students, including an inflatable planetarium. This event will also feature a wind tunnel from Heliventures, a Sikorsky outreach group! Bring the whole family! Refreshments will be served. Free parking is available at the Sachem-Prospect Garage on Prospect Street.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1PM-3PM
STERLING CHEM LAB, ROOM 110
225 PROSPECT ST
OPEN TO ANY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS. LET YOUR FRIENDS KNOW TOO!
|Writing a personal statement for college applications can be daunting for most students, so our mentors would like to help! After a short introductory presentation covering general tips for writing college essays, students and mentors will break into small group discussions about sample essays. Students who have begun writing their own essays are encouraged to submit their college essay drafts to us during online registration (or bring hard copies to the event). Students will have the opportunity to discuss their essay with a mentor. Registration is required at onhsa.yale.edu/essay2018.