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Jewish and College-Bound?

Join us for an informative discussion about finding the right college, Jewish life on campus and more. Come hear tips, ideas, suggestions and ways to navigate your college search, like

  • how to select the right school
  • ways to make the application process less stressful,
  • ways to make the college more affordable,
  • how to live a Jewish life in college,

and much more! Meet admission counselors from CU, DU, a former admission counselor from Naropa, college financial planner, and a Hillel representative and college students. This program is smaller than most high school college fairs, providing more opportunities for one on one conversations and Q & A’s.

Open to all high school students and parents. Don’t miss the first J-Teen college night at the Boulder JCC!

Wednesday, November 17, 6:30 – 8:00 pm at the Boulder JCC – 3800 Kalmia Ave, Boulder

Free and Open to the Public. For more information contact Sara Goldberg at sara@boulderjcc.org or Phil Rubinstein at jteen@boulderjcc.org, or call 303-921-6952.

Made possible by a grant from the Rose Community Foundation.

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