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High School Juniors and Seniors Invited to Explore South Mountain Community College Programs

Phoenix, AZ — South Mountain Community College’s (SMCC) annual “Cougar Day” college exploration event will take place on Fri., Feb. 6, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. All valley high school juniors and seniors are invited to spend the day at the college to learn about the high-quality education programs, opportunities, services and financial assistance options available to students attending SMCC.

Cougar Day is free and will feature information on programs of study such as teacher education, bilingual nursing, performing and fine arts, athletics, music, technology, engineering and bioscience. SMCC is a 2015 STEM designated college for students wanting to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

The program also includes motivational speakers, faculty and staff presentations, campus tours, a resource fair, student performances, raffles, giveaways, and complimentary lunch.

Registration for the event is required; students should contact Peter Do at 602.305.5834 or peter.do@southmountaincc.edu.

For more information about South Mountain Community College, visit southmountaincc.edu. To learn more about STEM careers, visit stemjobs.com.


 

South Mountain Community College offers transfer-ready academic courses and job-specific occupational training. The main campus is located on Baseline Rd. and 24th St. in Phoenix. There are two satellite locations, SMCC’s Guadalupe site and SMCC’s Laveen site. South Mountain Community College is part of the Maricopa County Community College District, one of the largest community college districts in the nation.

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