First out-of-state College Fair at Esperanza and Yorba Linda high schools

Esperanza staff pictured (L-R): Counselor Amy Selof, Counselor Brianne Gullotti, Guidance Tech Abbey Combs, Intern Vidhi Kantawala and Counselor Yvette Kettering.

In support of the district’s college-readiness campaign, Esperanza High School and Yorba Linda High School hosted a mini College Fair for juniors and seniors on Friday, Oct. 23. Featuring over 50 out-of-state schools, college representatives spoke to hundreds of students about their academic future.

The first-of-its-kind event showcased public and private out-of-state universities, international colleges (including schools in Canada and the United Kingdom!) and a large number of Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) institutions. Every junior and senior had the opportunity to visit representatives and get information from the many colleges in attendance.

Additionally, Esperanza was fortunate to be able to hire a fulltime college and career technician in order to reopen their Career Center to provide assistance for students with the college process, as well as career readiness.

Click here for our Facebook album of the College Fair.

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