Sophomore Visitation

Sophomore Visitation

Explore Eastland-Fairfield

 Sophomore Visitation:
 All sophomores from our associate school districts are invited to visit and explore Eastland-Fairfield and our program labs during the fall. In September, our Career Services Specialists will be speaking to sophomores in our associate schools about Eastland-Fairfield and hand out sign-ups and permission forms for the upcoming sophomore visitation field trip opportunities. 
 
Students will be able to choose to visit two program labs at Eastland Career Center during the October 30th - November 1st visitation. During the November 13th-15th visitation, students will choose to visit two program labs at Fairfield Career Center, or choose to visit one program lab at a Satellite location. Contact your Career Services Specialist, or ask your school counselor, for specific visitation dates for your child's school. 
 
To register for sophomore visitation, please complete the fillable Sophomore Visitation Registration and Permission form and email the completed forms to Angie Bolin: abolin@efcts.us. Forms must be submitted by October 15th.  (To complete the form: Click on the link to the right (2019 Sophomore Visitation Form) and type your information in the form, then click on the boxes to indicate your program choices. Download and save the fillable form to your computer and then email the form to Angie Bolin). 
 
 
 
Career Tech Thursdays:
Did you...
  • Miss Sophomore Visitation?
  • Attend Sophmore Visitation but you want to take another look?
  • Miss Open House?
  • Attend Open House but you want to take another look?
Career Tech Thursdays are for just this purpose! They are open to freshmen and sophomores from our Associate Schools. Career Tech Thursday visit opportunities begin in January and reoccur one Thursday every month until April. 
 
Complete the Career Tech Thursday form on the right and follow the instructions on the form for turning it in.  No one may attend Career Tech Thursday without this form having been submitted to your school counselor or Angie Bolin.
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