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Upcoming Virtual Events for Students and Parents

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As the world of education goes increasingly virtual, events and fairs are too. This is great news for families with teens because there is no travel involved - and most of these virtual events are free to attend by parents and students. Our team at TeenLife is on the lookout and will share the most interesting fairs, panel discussions, webinars that are taking place in the weeks and months ahead in this blog. Be sure to bookmark this post! We will also share a link in our monthly newsletter, so sign up if you are not already on our email list.

Events are added on a regular basis so stay tuned! For recordings of past TeenLife events, check out the bottom of our Resources page!

College Guidance Network - The Write Stuff: How To Nail Your College Essays

Date: August 5

Time: 7:30 PM EDT

Cost: Free

Join Collge Guidance Network host Brennan Barnard as he welcomes Kortni Campbell of University of North Carolina - Asheville and Brian Smith of the Marlborough School for a 60-minute live event.

>> Register Here <<

TeenLife Presents "What You Need to Know Now about Paying Less for College"

Date: August 12

Time: 7:00 PM (ET)

Cost: Free

Join us online for an important conversation with Cyndi Menegaz, National Program Director at SMARTTRACK® College Funding.You may be surprised to learn that you can significantly lower out-of-pocket costs, maximize grants and scholarships, and use your resources in a more tax-advantaged, cost-efficient way.

>> Register Here <<

X-STEM All Access

Date: September 21-24

Time: Multiple-Day Event

Cost: Free

X-STEM All Access is an entertaining, educational, and interactive online STEM experience for 6-12th graders. Through a series of daily livestream events, students will hear from an exclusive group of visionaries who aim to inspire kids about careers in science, technology, engineering, and math.

>> Register Here <<

SciFest All Access

Date: October 18 -24

Time: TBA

Cost: Free

SciFest All Access is targeted to K-12 students, college students, educators, and families. ​At the 2020 SciFest, sev​en exhibit zones featured 137 engaging booth activities ​representing top life science universities, high tech and life science corporations, non-profit organizations, and governmental agencies. Attendees could also view inspiring ​performances on the STEM Stage, engage in an interactive scavenger hunt, and gear up at the STEM retail store. Registration for the 2021 festival is coming soon, and we will update this page as more information is made avialble.

>> Register Here <<