Levittown Students Search For Higher opportunities

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Representatives from approximately 50 East Coast colleges and universities attended both Levittown’s Division Avenue and MacArthur high schools’ annual c

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From left, Division Avenue High School students Laiba Ahmed, Hyzell Lim, Menna Abotelleb and Vicky Marinakus collected information about potential schools at the college mini-fair.

ollege mini-fairs. Students visited the tables stacked with information and took the time to speak with recruiters about programs, the application process, and acceptance criteria and procedures.

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MacArthur High School student Nick Colardi spoke with University of Rhode Island representative Louis Brill about the school’s nursing program during the college mini-fair.

The purpose of mini-fairs is to encourage juniors and seniors to start thinking about the college search, if they have not already begun the process. A mini-fair provides opportunity to collect information about potential higher education choices, aids in eliminating the stress of having to make a planned visit, and assists those students who are unable to physically visit a college.

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