High school students interested in learning about college are invited to the City of Baldwin Park Teen Summit: "What Would Teens Do?" to be held this Saturday, March 24, in the
This year, the has partnered with to coordinate the teen summit. The event will be held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will feature live entertainment, educational sessions, raffle prizes and lunch for all attendees, said Vanessa Carbajal, program coordinator.
Teens will also have the opportunity to meet other students and listen to a keynote address from guest speaker Dr. Sanjeey Nandakumaran, a family practice physician from the
The summit will consist of valuable workshops such as "Choosing the Right College" and "Finding One’s Passion."
"There are going to be different college counselor that will ask students what programs they are interested and which school have them," said Carbajal. "They will also learn what they need to do in high school to prepare for college."
on how to plan their college careers. The organization recent
For the Saturday event, walk-ins will be accepted on the day of the event. But they encourage people to register in advance by visiting www.wwyd.info or by calling 626-813-5245, extension 317.