One-Stop College Shop—For Free!

Considering college? You're in luck. Juilliard is hosting a special event for high school dancers on Sunday, October 3. "Dancing Through College and Beyond," offers a full day of networking, information and panels, brining together representatives form over 20 college dance departments. Participating schools include The Ailey School/Fordham University, The Boston Conservatory, The Juilliard School, California Institute of the Arts, Marymount Manhattan College and more. Presented by Career Transistions for Dancers, Dancewave, Dance/NYC and Pentacle, this first of its kind symposium offers a one-stop shop to get expert advice on finding the program that's right for you.

 

Date: Sunday, October 3

Time: Registration starts at 9 am, and sessions run from 10 am to 5 pm

Cost: Free!

To sign up: Pre-registration is required. Go to http://dancingthroughcollege.eventbrite.com/

Questions? Email Dancingthroughcollege@gmail.com or call 347.618.1734.

 

For other great college advice, be sure to look out for Pointe's October/November higher ed issue!

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