Pathway to Your Future

     


    Pathway to Your Future: June 2022


    Wabash College
    will be hosting a FREE, week-long visit program this summer with SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY from June 26-July 1, 2022 for rising sophomores and juniors in high school who are underrepresented minority students, eligible for federal Pell Grants, and/or first-generation college students

    Students will:

    • Have the potential to receive an annual scholarship up to $25,000 upon completion of this program in addition to MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS upon admission to Wabash College; 
    • Engage superior faculty and staff in student-centered, hands-on learning experiences;
    • Enjoy the College’s first-class athletics and recreational facilities;
    • Learn from civic and business leaders to develop transferable skills; and
    • Build life-long connections with high school students from around the country.

    Providing a taste of collegiate life, Pathway to Your Future aims to ensure that all students, regardless of background, graduate with the necessary skills to lead thoughtful conversations and to help build more inclusive communities.  Pathway to Your Future is provided specifically for underrepresented minority students to learn about the numerous benefits that come with being a Wabash Man, and to build a connection with guys they will see again when they come to Wabash.

    Diversity, equity, and inclusion matter at Wabash College. A leading liberal arts college for men in west central Indiana, Wabash College is conveniently situated 45 miles west of Indianapolis (IN) and 150 miles south of Chicago (IL).  Preparing young men to think critically, act responsibly, lead effectively, and live humanely, the College ranks nationally in several categories, like No. 1 in Best Alumni Network, No. 3 in Best Internship Opportunities, and Great Professor Accessibility.     

    Travel expenses are covered, and the event is free. The only funds participants will need to bring is for incidentals. 

    For any enrollment questions, please contact Lauren Jay, Sr. Asst. Director of Admissions (jayl@wabash.edu), or Kim King II, Asst. Director of the Malcolm X Institute of Black Studies (kingk@wabash.edu).

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: Saturday, April 16 at 11:59 pm ET.

     

    DAILY SAMPLE AGENDA FOR PROGRAM.

    Additionally, you can find a copy of the program flyer here. 


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