Tuesday, April 28, 2009

2009 GRADUATE HORIZONS

2009 GRADUATE HORIZONS
Saturday, July 18 - Tuesday, July 21, 2009U i i f C lif i B k lCollege HorizonsIs Your Tribe From California?Are you a current or former undergraduateat University of California, Berkeleystudent interested in Graduate School,Medical School, Law School, orMBA Programs?If you answered YES thenplease consider applyingto the 2009 SummerGraduate Horizons ProgramThe Graduate Horizons Program is a four-day "crash course" on issues facing Native Americancollege students, master's students, or alumni which helps prepare them for graduate school(master's, Ph.D., or professional school). Faculty, admission officers and deans representing hundreds ofgraduate disciplines and a host of graduate and professional schools will help you:² Select programs and career pathways suitable for you Contact² Learn what turns an applicant into an admitted student² Learn graduate school survival tips² Meet others with similar goals² Become a test-prep "whiz kid" on the GRE, GMAT, LSAT, & MCAT² Students will be selected by application. Second round receipt deadline is Feb. 27. Applications will beaccepted on a space available basis to June 1st (after May 1st, please contact us).²Christine Suina,Program Coordinator# (505) 401.3854info@collegehorizons.orgComplete program cost is $175 (includes tuition, room, meals, and transportation to campus from theOakland airport). Students are responsible for their own airfare, but substantial funds are available forairfare and tuition assistance (in 2008 the 70% of our students received travel awards).Note: Tribal members are eligible to apply, including Federal and Non-Federal Recognized NativeAmericans. Copy of Tribal Enrollment, Certificate of Indian Blood or letter of support from your tribe,tribal community, or tribal organization is required.Collaborating partners: American Indian Graduate Center, Winds of Change magazine, the Princeton Review Foundation, UCBerkeley American Indian Graduate Program, Cal NERDS, and many of the nation's finest graduate and professional programs.To Apply Visit: www.collegehorizons.orgMap credit: California Indian Library Collections: http://www.kstrom.net/isk/maps/ca/calprecontact.gif

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