Thank you for the wait while we ironed out those pesky IT wrinkles.
THE ONLINE student application and recommendation form are available to fill out online.
It’s just like the paper application we sent out. There is an option as well to save your work and come back.
2015 Student Application: http://forms.pitzer.edu/cec-student-application/
2015 Student Recommendation Form: http://forms.pitzer.edu/cec-student-recommendation/
Good luck and please let us know if you run into IT issues. If you do have issues, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
A big thank you to Joseph Dickson at Pitzer Office of Communications, for putting this together for us.
CHECK IT OUT!!!
The 2015 Pitzer College/WesternU’s Natives 2 College Pipeline Program Student Application will be here tomorrow (technically here already except on the West Coast)!
We have made a lot of new changes, so please take the time to carefully read all the new directions/program changes and GET EXCITED!!!
Highlights of the exciting activities for summer 2015 will come soon. For now, tell your friends and family and urge them to fill out an application.
– The Pipeline Program
In case the previous post was a bit confusing, I would like to clarify it.The Career Ladder in the morning (8-noon) is at Western University and part of the usual Health Career Ladder Programming that WesternU does. The College Day activities starts at 2pm at Pitzer. We thought it would be easier for Sherman and other students to come out for the whole day instead of a few hours.
Here is the Flyer Detailing the College Day activities at 2pm starting at Pitzer below.
Hello Pipeline Family,
We are having an College Day event at Pitzer/Pomona on Saturday, October 19th. The following email is from Simone, the newest member of the Pipeline team.
Dear Students and Families,
Greetings from the Pipeline to College program at Pitzer College! First of all, thank you to all the students and families for being part of this program.
Second, I’d like to briefly introduce myself. My name is Simone Prince-Eichner, and I have just joined the Pipeline program as the College Prep Outreach Coordinator for Native students. I am a sophomore at Pomona College. My heritage is Jewish, through my mother, and German, through my father. At Pomona, I am planning to major in either history or international relations, and I am considering a career in law—human rights law, treaty rights law, or environmental law. I really enjoy cooking (and eating) all different kinds of food from around the world, being outside, making art, and cuddling with my cat! I am honored to be part of the Pipeline to College community, and I look forward to meeting all those whose paths cross with the Pipeline program.
Dear Pipeline Community,
We are happy to announce that we have recently received a generous grant from Pechanga’s Tribal Council to support this year’s Pipeline Program.
We are grateful for their support, as it means that we are able to continue to provide the Pipeline experience to our new and returning students; the 3-day camping trip at the Wishtoyo’s Chumash Cultural Village in Malibu, visiting the Hawaiian Gardens Powwow and Bear Ceremony, meeting Dr Lori Alvord, the first woman Diné surgeon, the SAT Prep intensive taught by a certified instructor, and the visit to FNX Studios.
This year’s Program will be a wonderful experience. Once again, we thank the Pechanga Tribal Council for their vision in supporting Native educational access and programs.
Scott Scoggins, MA