WWW: Web Workshop Wednesdays from Norco College Counseling
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WWW: Web Workshop Wednesdays from Norco College Counseling

 

 

Norco College Counseling is excited to offer an online workshop series this semester covering a variety of topics to support students as they pursue their academic goals at Norco College. Workshops are open to ALL students and are FREE! A variety of topics will be covered: Transfer to 4-Year Universities, Career Exploration, Support Programs at Norco College …and many more. Starting March 26th, workshops are ONLINE, every Wednesday from 4:30-5:30pm. Students can log on from campus, work, or home. See the flyer for a full list of workshops, topic descriptions, and website information.

 

HOW TO PICK A MAJOR: March 26 @ 4:30PM - 5:30PM
Undecided on your major? Learn about what to consider when choosing your major.
Sign up online: http://preptalk.tv/live_event/how_to_choose_your_major
STRESS MANAGEMENT: April 2 @ 4:30PM - 5:30PM
Learn tips and strategies for coping with stress and how to balance work/personal/school life.
Sign up online: http://preptalk.tv/live_event/stress_management  
PERSONALITY & CAREER: April 9 @ 4:30PM - 5:30PM
Understanding ones personality can lead to happy and succesful careers. Learn which careers match your personality.
Sign up online: http://preptalk.tv/live_event/personality__career
ASSOCIATE DEGREE FOR TRANSFER (ADT): April 23 @ 4:30PM - 5:30PM
Interested in transferring to a CSU? Learn about this great pathway to help you transfer to the CSU.
Sign up online: http://preptalk.tv/live_event/associate_degree_for_transfer
I GOT IN! ... NOW WHAT?: April 30 @ 4:30PM - 5:30PM
Congratulations on your admission to a four-year university! This workshop will cover your next steps as you make the transition from Norco College to a four-year university.
Sign up online: http://preptalk.tv/live_event/i_got_in_to_my_4year_universitynow_what
WHAT FIRST YEAR COLLEGE STUDENTS SHOULD KNOW: May 7 @ 4:30PM - 5:30PM
Review general education requirements for associates degree and/or transfer, graduation requirements to include Math and English sequence, and one semester education planning.
Sign up online: http://preptalk.tv/live_event/what_firstyear_college_students_should_know  

Riverside Community College District is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodation to all District programs and activities.  Accommodations for persons with disabilities may be requested by contacting the Disability Resource Center (951) 372-7070 or the office of Diversity, Equity and Compliance at (951) 222-8039 by no less than 3 days before the event.  Requests received after this date will be honored whenever possible.