Fall Workshops for Counselors - presentation
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UW HELP's publications are free and available for the audiences indicated below.
|Introduction to the UW System booklet||Comprehensive guide to the UW campuses for undergraduate applicants||High school seniors & juniors, parents, counselors||Automatically mailed late August|
|Gearing Up for College brochure||How to prepare for college while in high school. Printed in English and Spanish.||Students in grades 7-10.||Automatically mailed fall/winter|
|Apply Online bookmark||Promotes the online application for admission and MajorMania||School counselors, students, parents||Available at your request beginning late August|
|UW System Majors Poster||The undergraduate academic programs||School counselors||Automatically mailed late August|
|ByLine Newsletter||Updates about UW campuses and related information||School counselors, other educators||Emailed periodically throughout the academic year|
|Wisconsin Covenant "Stay on Track" poster||Encourages WI Covenant students to fulfill the pledge||Wisconsin Covenant high school students||Mailed upon request|
|Wisconsin Covenant "Stay on Track" bookmark||Encourages WI Covenant students to fulfill the pledge||Wisconsin Covenant high school students||Mailed upon request|
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UW System Fall Workshops for School Counselors
Each September, UW HELP puts together a series of free morning workshops for school counselors and other educators. Workshops are offered at eight Wisconsin locations, and in the Chicago and Twin Cities areas.
Each workshop includes a presentation by UW HELP, brief updates from UW campus admissions officers, and an opportunity for questions. You may also pick up the latest UW HELP and campus-specific materials.
Workshop dates and registration information are announced in the ByLine newsletter. Workshops are free, but registration is required.