Center Theatre Group’s
College & Career Fair for the Arts
· 25 local colleges, universities, and organizations participating
· One-on-one college counseling
· Student workshops on theatre careers and entrepreneurship for artists
· Parent workshops on college planning and helping your student artist
· Meet with professional actors, playwrights, designers, and directors
· Food truck with free brunch
· PLUS: free headshots for the first 100 students who RSVP and attend!
Saturday, March 21, 2020
Center Theatre Group Offices at The Music Center Annex
601 W. Temple St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
9am – 4pm
RSVP at CTGLA.org/CollegeFair
RSVPs required to guarantee admission and be eligible for free headshots upon check-in.
RSVP Deadline: March 19, 2020 at 5pm
The Fair is open to current high school students, parents, and teachers. Some workshops are just for students (see below).
College & Resource Fair 9am – 12pm
Meet with representatives from local colleges and universities, as well as arts organizations and other services for teens and young adults.
Free Headshots 10am – 4pm
Professional photographers are donating free headshots to the first 100 students who register and attend. Photos will be taken on-site and available digitally afterward. Make sure you RSVP in advance and arrive early.
Free Food Truck 10:30am–12pm
Vegetarian & vegan options will be available.
College Counseling 10am – 12pm
College counselors will be standing by to meet individually with students and/or their families.
Artists’ Life Info Tables 10am - 12pm
Curious about how to become a playwright, actor, designer, or director? What about internships, resumes, or audition tips? We’ll have professionals available to answer all of your questions.
Participate in fun artmaking activities, learn about free Center Theatre Group programs and tickets for students, and get a free one-year subscription to Backstage, a great online resource for actors and performers (for new student subscribers only).
College Financing for Parents of Artists (Parents/Guardians/Educators Only) 12pm-1pm
Your Theatre Career (Students Only) 12pm – 1pm
100% That Boss: When You Are the Brand, the Artist, and the Entrepreneur (Students/Parents/Guardians/Educators) 1:15pm – 2:15pm
I Am/You Are An Artist: Parents & Teen Artists in Conversation (Students/Parents/Guardians/Educators) 2:30pm-4pm
For questions or more information, email CareerFair@CTGLA.org.
Greetings from Malibu! Pepperdine University is thrilled to announce our Junior Pepperdine Preview event.
This event is on Friday, February 14th, beginning at 6:30am
Students interested in attending Pepperdine Preview can register here.
Additionally, Pepperdine University is thrilled to announce our very first bus program for our Junior Pepperdine Preview event
This program will take students from Vistamar School to Pepperdine University to allow them to experience Pepperdine Preview without the constraints of getting to Malibu on their own. Pepperdine Preview is for juniors in high school to get an immersive experience into life as a Pepperdine student. The day is packed with activities to familiarize students with campus and gives them the opportunity to learn more about the application and financial aid processes.
If any current juniors would be interested in this busing program to attend Pepperdine Preview, please RSVP by filling out this form.
The bus will pick students up at Vistamar School, 737 Hawaii St, El Segundo, CA 90245 and will promptly leave for Pepperdine at 6:30 AM. There is parking at the high school for students that may drive themselves. Pepperdine Preview ends at 2:00 PM, and we anticipate the students will be returned to the high school no later than 3:30 PM. Breakfast and lunch are provided for all students attending the event.
Greetings from the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture!
Are you interested in engaging with the arts in college? Are you excited about art-making, dance, world cultures, activism, and/or social justice?
We are excited to offer a student panel for prospective students to learn more about our Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance on Saturday, February 1st at 11:30AM.
A flyer with more event details is attached. Please have students and their guests sign up at the following link.
Monday, February 17, 2020 at 8:30 AM until 1:15 PM Pacific Standard Time
Whittier College Shannon Center
6760 Painter Ave
Whittier, CA 90601
Splash is a one-day educational program with the mission of building excitement for learning. This year, you get to choose your own classes from 65 different classes designed and taught by UCLA students and faculty.
The topics include:
Find more classes that excite you on https://splashatucla.learningu.org/learn/Splash/Winter2020/catalog.
When/Where is Splash? Splash will take place on Saturday, February 1st, 2020, at UCLA Kaplan Hall and Haines Hall from 9am to 5pm.
Who can go to Splash? Anyone, as long as you're in 9-12th grade! The program is entirely free of charge and includes a free lunch.
LEARN MORE: on http://splashucla.org/