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    Counseling Bulletin Mar 12, 2021
    Posted on 03/12/2021

    Course enrollment for the 20-21 school year has CLOSED.  If a student still needs to complete registration, please have them contact their counselor or Cindy Spencer in the Registrar’s office, with their course selections as soon as possible.  We will re-open it again in the end of May for students that want to make changes.



    There are no college visits currently scheduled.


    NEW!  Opportunity for students pursuing higher education online. Sigma Chi Psi aims to provide a sisterhood for women pursuing their higher education aspirations online. We operate virtually and connect women locally - we strive to build a network of growth and evolvement. Sigma Chi Psi is an organization of educated, empowered women with a commitment to building public services within diverse communities by doing "good deeds".  Through volunteering, social activities, academic excellence, and career progressions, we plan on uplifting the Jades within our organization. Learn more about us by clicking here.  (3/12)

    NEW! STEM-Focused College Webinar Wednesday, April 7, 2021 @ 4:30pm - 6:00 pm  Many students pursue STEM majors in college for the wrong reasons and are often unaware of the specific skills and experiences to cultivate in order to be competitive for college admission, internships, and jobs in these areas. Join Dr. Mark Hofer for an introductory talk on the STEM college application and admissions process. This seminar is most helpful for parents of freshmen and sophomores, but families of juniors will find it useful, too.  Contact Mark for webinar link and password.  This is a free online class sponsored by the Ingraham High School Counseling Office.  (3/12)

    NEW! Amherst, Bowdoin, Carleton, Pomona, Swarthmore & Williams are joining forces to offer you an opportunity to connect with their deans of admission as they reflect on this year’s application season and help you prepare for the application season ahead. Register for a session time that works for you.   (3/12)

    • Junior Jumpstart - April 20 at 8 pm EDT or April 22 at 8 pm EDT (5 pm in Seattle)
    • Navigating and Belonging: A Special Session for First-Generation and Low-Income Students - May 24 at 8 pm EDT or May 26 at 8 pm EDT (5 pm in Seattle)

    Demystifying the College Process Workshop Webinar - April 1st from 6:00 to 7:30 pm

    Featuring owner of Kussick College Coaching, LB Kussick, Founder/Executive Director of Liddane Tutoring & Learning Services, Andrea Liddane and the LTLS Director of Test Prep and College Admissions, Marie Harang - In this online workshop, high school sophomores, juniors, and family members will learn about:
    - The current college admissions landscape
     - What to look for when building a college list
     - What does it mean to be "Test Optional" and the impact of COVID
     - Testing: SAT vs. ACT: which ones to take, when to take them and how to prep
     - What a student can do to make their application shine without a test score
     - Timelines for 10th, 11th and 12th grade
     - Money: Financial aid vs. merit aid
    register and join us for this free online webinar, where we discuss how to plan for your student's educational future.

    SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES  -  View the full list in Naviance

    NEW!  The Friends of Seattle World School Scholarship application is currently open. Any student who previously attended SWS is eligible to apply and usually any student who applies is awarded some scholarship money. Students also have the option of receiving support from a mentor. The mentors help with the transition to college and are available for as long as needed. Contact Nancy Peterfreund,, the director of the scholarship program with questions. To apply Click HERE  (3/12)

    NEW!  The Shelby Tiffany Arts Foundation Scholarship program, named for Shelby Michael Tiffany, a graduate of Ingraham High School and California Institute of the Arts and an accomplished designer and team leader at Nike North Ameri­can Basketball, offers twelfth grade students enrolled at Ingraham High School in Seattle the opportunity to apply for a scholarship in design/visual arts.
    Student applicants must currently be enrolled at Ingraham High School in Seattle, Washington, plan to attend an accredited college or university in pursuit of a degree in art or design, should have a cumulative grade point average of 2.75 or higher and complete the requirements of the applications.  The scholarships may be used for tuition, campus room or board, and in­structional resource expenses.  Applications are due June 30, 2021. Please email Ingraham Counseling office at for an Application Form.  Additional information may be obtained from Dale Tiffany, (3/12)

    PB&J Scholarship is available to students who have experienced personal challenges that may not have allowed them to perform well academically (high GPA is not needed to qualify).  Deadline to apply is May 31, 2021.

    The Ron & Vanessa Banner Scholars Program is currently accepting applications through March 15. Winners of the scholarship will receive $10,000 annually for four years that will go towards college tuition and expenses and will be paired with a mentor in the field of their choosing who will guide and coach them throughout their college experience.  Applicants must be high school seniors, have a current 3.0 or above grade point average and must be involved in community service.

    Many more scholarship opportunities are available in the SPS March Scholarship Bulletin and in Naviance.


    NEW!  The Seattle Skill Center is offering an information session! Here you will be learning about Seattle Skill Center, benefits, and courses the Skill Center offers for our Seattle Public High School students. Please register HERE and you'll receive the link to the meeting. (3/12)

    NEW! Learn about the military from Veterans and take a Military IQ Quiz. This is a good opportunity to learn about the military without having to speak with a recruiter. Register for the Zoom meeting on April 20, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. (3/12)

    NEW! Volunteer with Student Connection! If you are a high schooler looking to make a change in your community, sign up to become a tutor for an underserved student. The program aims to give every student an equal chance in school and battle educational inequity. There’s a quick application process and then you will be matched with a K-12 student in need of a tutor. Tutoring occurs in 1-hour sessions, once or twice a week on Zoom after school. It’s an opportunity to lower inequality, be there for a student in the community, and gain volunteer hours. We are accepting applications until March 28th!  (3/12)

    Cultural and Creative Workforce Development Program at Northwest Folklife is a program in partnership with the City of Seattle’s Office of Economic Development and the Office of Arts and Culture. This program provides paid remote internships for Seattle’s young creatives, ages 16-26. The internships range between 12-24 weeks long and give youth and young adults hands-on training in various creative fields. Interns work 15 hours weekly in these internships and are paid Seattle’s minimum wage.  (3/8)

    Seattle Youth Employment Program (SYEP) is offering two internship groups this summer:  Opportunity Promise Internship for Seattle Promise students, working with Seattle’s top employers like Amazon and Kaiser Permanente, and Summer Internship working the City of Seattle and non-profit organizations. The program will include virtual, in-person and Hybrid activities. Apply through April 2nd. (3/8)

    The University of Washington is excited to announce its spring evening enrichment courses for high school students.   Online classes starting in late March include:

    > Build an App: Android Development Fundamentals

    > Digital Photography

    > Screenwriting Workshop

    > Natural Science Illustration Studio

    > Sharpen Your Writing Skills

    The registration deadline is March 15 and courses begin the week of March 22, 2021.