Be A Leader – College Shadow Day

Be A Leader – College Shadow Day
Event on 2014-10-06 19:00:00

Sign up for College Shadow Week!

We’ll then do our best to match you with a college student who meets your availability and areas of interest for you to spend one day with a college student at ASU during the week of October 6th!

 What day will I be going? You will be contacted by Be A Leader Staff the week of September 29th to confirm your shadow week assigned day and college student.  Our volunteers work very hard to make themselves available for you during shadow week.  Once you sign up please make every effort to attend.  If you cannot attend please be sure to contact your high school coordinator as soon as possible!

Transportation: You will be responsible for finding transportation to the Burton Barr Central Library, we will be meeting @ 7 AM the morning of your assigned day.  The closest light rail station is Central/McDowell Station.  We will meet as a group and your assigned college student will meet you there.  If you’re assigned to the Tempe Campus we will take the light rail as a group to meet your assigned college student at the Tempe Campus and return to the library as a group.   

What to bring: Comfortable walking shoes and lunch/light rail money.  Be sure to save your receipt so that you may possibly be reimbursed from your Be A Leader Club at your campus.  You must turn in a parent permission slip in order to participate in this event.  

Caeer Catagories:

Architecture : Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Urban & Regional Planning…

Arts/Entertainment: Arts Education/Therapy, Broadcasting, Fashion, Films, Museums, Performing Arts…

Business: Accounting, Consulting, HR, Insurance, Real Estate…

Communications: Advertising, Journalism, Planning & Hospitality, Public Relations, Publishing, Technical Writing…

Education Teaching, Counseling, School Social Work, Speech Pathology, Library/Info Services..

at Century Branch Library
1221 North Central Avenue
Phoenix, United States

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