The Navient Community Fund and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware are bringing Drive-Thru College Fairs to Delaware. The final event will be today at the Western Sussex Boys & Girls Club in Seaford from 11 to 2pm. You’ll meet with College representatives and learn how to successfully prepare and pay for college – all while social distancing. High School students will also be given the opportunity to choose a prom dress.
COVID-19 safety measures will be in place to safely give teens and families access to regional colleges and universities in the Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania areas.
“The Boys & Girl Clubs of Delaware offers robust programs such as the College Awareness and Planning (C.A.P.) program to students and families looking to take the first steps on their higher education journey,” said Dr. Pat Smith, Director of the C.A.P program and owner of Holmes Smith Consulting Services. “The Drive-Thru College Fairs are additional opportunities to engage
students and families with the college process and learn how to pay for college.”
During the event, snacks, prizes and music will be provided for fuel and entertainment; college scholarships will be awarded; and high school students will be given the opportunity to choose a prom dress.
The fairs are proudly sponsored by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware, the Navient Community Fund, the Parents & Guardians College Planning Conference, Your Passport to Travel LLC and Holmes Smith Consulting Services.