Please share this information with students about ACAP's amazing Summer 2019 Residency Week. This full-time, week-long program accepts Washington State rising freshman, sophomores and juniors high school students. The program introduces participants to majors and careers in the accounting, business, economics and finance fields.
This school year, PSCCN piloted a worksite tour effort in Pierce County to expose students to a variety regional employers, work environments, types of positions, and employees with diverse educational and employment experiences so that they could continue to develop critical thinking skills related to career decision-making.
On March 5, students from Washington and Franklin Pierce High Schools in Franklin Pierce School District traveled to Olympia where they had the opportunity to meet AOC employees who provide administrative, technological, financial, program, and research services to the state’s judicial branch.
PSCCN recently updated the Financial Aid Toolkit for students and families on demystifying Financial Aid Verification and Award Letters and Financial Aid Transition Steps. These resources are great to use with students and families or to provide educators with key messages on these topics.
Happy New Year from PSCCN! We are excited to welcome two new PSCCN team members: Dinda Davis provides overall program coordination and communications for PSCCN and Mercy Daramola joins us as a PSCCN Manager to focus on King County Promise, Pierce County Strong, the Transition Action Team, and more. We are lucky to have these two join our amazing team!