College fair for teens in Kenai, Alaska

Nearly 50 educational institutions will send representatives to meet with KPBSD high school students on Tuesday, October 16, 2018, from 10:00—1:00 in the Kenai Central High School gymnasium.


The ninth annual Kenai Peninsula College Fair is free, and no appointments are needed. Students and parents can learn more about scholarships, loans, state and federal financial aid programs at the Financial Aid booth. KPBSD juniors and seniors will attend with their schools. Connections, IDEA and Cook Inlet Academy students can sign-in at the door. KPBSD students need to sign-up with their school counselor to attend; transportation is provided.


Academy of Interactive Entertainment, Alaska Christian College, Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education (ACPE), Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Peninsula Job Center, Alaska Pacific University, Alaska State Troopers, Boise State University, California Baptist University, California Lutheran University, College of Saint Benedict & Saint John's University, Colorado Mesa University, Colorado State University, Corban University, Eastern Washington University, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Fort Lewis College, Grand Canyon University, Idaho State University, Kenai Peninsula College, Kenaitze Indian Tribe, Lewis-Clark State College, Linfield College, Northern Arizona University, Northwest Nazarene University, Pacific Lutheran University, Peninsula College, Southwestern Oregon Community College, The College of Idaho, Tulsa Welding School-The Refrigeration School, Universal Technical Institute, University of Alaska  Southeast, University of Alaska College of Engineering, University of Alaska Fairbanks, University of Alaska Fairbanks-College of Liberal Arts, University of Alaska Fairbanks College of Engineering and Mines, University of Alaska Southeast Sitka, University of Idaho, University of Montana, University of Montana Western, University of Portland, University of Puget Sound, Washington State University, Weber State University, Western Washington University, Whitworth University, and Willamette University.

"We are excited to have so many post-secondary institutions visiting our district to meet with our students," said Sean Dusek, Superintendent. "This partnership allows our students to explore their college and career aspirations in a convenient and safe location. This is due to the large number of students in our district that are qualified for post-secondary education."