WHAT IS TALENT SEARCH?
Talent Search is a TRIO program funded by the U.S. Department of Education to provide services for students in grades 6-12. Its primary focus is to assist students and parents with a variety of activities involved in getting a student ready to attend college. Some of the FREE activities include:
- Academic Advising
- ACT Prep Class
- Career Exploration
- College Information
- College Visit
- Cultural Enrichment/Activity/Field Trip
- Dual Enrollment Assistance
- Dual Enrollment FAFSA Completion
- Dual Enrollment Information
- Development of College – Motivation, Attitude, Behavior
- Financial Literacy Information
- Scholarship Information
- College Admissions Assistance
- FAFSA Assistance and/or Completion
- Study and Test Taking Skills
- Tutorial Service
HOW CAN YOU PARTICIPATE?
To participate in the Talent Search Program, a student must complete a Talent Search Application Form. If you are in the 6TH THROUGH 12TH Grade (or under the age of 27 working on your GED), and you are interested in participating in Talent Search, complete a TALENT SEARCH APPLICATION.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Talent Search staff visit area middle and high schools to work with students who desire these services. Counselors typically visit schools a few times each month to meet with high school students in small groups or individually to discuss annual goals and complete activities designed to prepare students for college. Additionally, students are invited to participate in large group events, such as visits to college campuses.
Phone: 256-352-8230 or Email: email@example.com
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Learn more about the federal Talent Search program here, and check out our Wallace State Talent Search social media pages: