Summer Bridge will be held in person at the Navarro Campus, Monday - Friday, June 14th - June 30, from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM.
During Summer Bridge, students will learn about the different degree pathways they can pursue, meet our partners from ACC and IBM, complete their ACC application, and prepare for and take the TSI (a college entrance exam necessary to enroll in college courses). We are also in the process of planning field trips to the ACC campus our students attend and the IBM facility our students work at, subject to availability.
We'll have regular lunch every day, as well as special catered lunches once per week.
This is a great opportunity for early college scholars to learn about Navarro, the Early College program, ACC, IBM, and meet their fellow early college cohort members.
Aplicar a Austin Community College
Paso 2: Complete la solicitud siguiendo las instrucciones de este documento:
ACC luego le enviará lo que se llama un "número 900" que usará en lugar de un número de seguro social para completar la solicitud. ¡TODAVÍA DEBE COMPLETAR LA SOLICITUD ACC!
: Cuando su solicitud esté completa, recibirá un correo electrónico con su ACC
eID. Una vez que reciba este correo electrónico (puede tardar hasta 24 horas después de enviar su solicitud), complete este formulario para finalizar su inscripción a la clase: https://forms.gle/cnuEGkEwnq6iME79A
Apply to Austin Community College
Step 1: Start your application by navigating to www.austincc.edu, and then clicking the Apply Now button.
ACC will then send you what is called a "900 number" which you will use in place of a social security number to complete the application. YOU MUST STILL COMPLETE THE ACC APPLICATION!
: When your application
is complete, you will receive an email with your ACC
eID. Once you get this email (can take up to 24 hours after submitting your application
), please fill out this form to finalize your class registration: https://forms.gle/cnuEGkEwnq6iME79A
Apply to Navarro Early College Programs:
ECHS/P-TECH Online Application
The purpose of our Early College High School is to enable students to receive a high school diploma and an associate's degree by taking a mixture of high school and Austin Community College classes throughout their 4 years at Navarro Early College High School.
Students are provided with academic and social support services that allow them to achieve 60 college credit hours by the time they graduate high school, increasing college readiness and decreasing barriers to a post-secondary education.
All of this, at no cost to them.
If you are an 8th grader at Burnet, Webb, or Dobie Middle Schools, we will be coming to your school to speak with you during the spring semester about the exciting opportunities offered at Navarro.
Austin Community College
ACC is our Early College Higher Education partner, giving students access to high-quality college instruction, tutoring labs, libraries, and an accredited institution for their college credits and degree(s).
Jason Berinsky, Early College Coordinator - firstname.lastname@example.org
Nydia Ortiz, ECHS and Dual Credit Counselor - email@example.com
Nahum Pacheco, IBM Industry Liason - Nahum.Pacheco@ibm.com
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