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American Association of University Women hosts college informational workshop

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Posted: Wednesday, February 26, 2014 12:22 pm

On Jan. 26, the Lodi Branch of the American Association of University Women hosted a college informational workshop at the Lodi Public Library for our Tech Trekkers. Students and parents met their mentors.

Ren Pham Peck got students thinking about what they are doing now to ready themselves for college.

Then everyone went into the computer lab to search websites that provide information about colleges and financial aid. Mentors shared their college experiences and career paths. Students talked about their career aspirations. Finally, Pat Drouin shared plans for future workshops and Shari Goodfellow encouraged volunteer activities.

— Source: Suga Moriwaki

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