W.T. Woodson College and Career Center Newsletter

4 October 2019

By K. Ishii
College and Career Center Newsletter
October 04, 2019

This information is provided for your convenience and perusal. Postings do not indicate endorsement or sponsorship by W.T. Woodson, FCPS, or any administrator or employee of either W.T. Woodson or FCPS.

Parents need to check and be satisfied with any program chosen for their children.

This document contains links to one or more web pages that are outside the FCPS network.  Neither W.T. Woodson High School nor FCPS controls the content or relevancy of these pages.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

SAVE THE DATE: RESOURCES NIGHT - TOOLS FOR OPPORTUNITIES

Wednesday, 23 October, 7 pm, Cav Hall – Resources discussed will include SIS, ParentVUE, Naviance Student, library resources, and much more.  These resources will assist you in finding everything from your student’s grades to paid internships, free special programs, and scholarships.  This is a fast-paced evening that covers a lot of information. Bring a note pad or smart device to take notes and follow along.  Although we invite all of our freshmen parents to this event, everyone is welcome - especially anyone who has not attended in previous years.  For more information, please contact Kathleen Ishii, College and Career Center Specialist at @email.

SAVE THE DATE: FAFSA LINE-BY-LINE INFORMATION SESSION

29 October 7 – 8:30 pm, Woodson High School.  College Access Fairfax will go through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) with attendees line-by-line, clearly explaining exactly what is needed for each line.  Avoid confusion and get your FAFSA right!

FAFSA TIPS / HINTS

  • USE THE DATA RETRIEVAL TOOL (DRT) - The FAFSA includes a Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) that allows users to have data pulled directly from the IRS into appropriate lines of the FAFSA.  Successful transfer has several advantages. 

    • It is fast, easy, and accurate.

    • Using the DRT greatly reduces the chance you will be selected for verification.  Colleges are required to verify at least 30% of their FAFSA applications. 

    • Your tax information does not appear to your student or you when looking at the completed form.  It is there, you simply can’t see it.

  • DATA RETRIEVAL TOOL HINT – Linking to the IRS requires users to enter their information exactly as it was entered on your taxes for the year with the data.  The name must be exact and the address must be the same even if you have moved.  If parents have divorced since the tax year with needed data, they won’t be able to use this tool because the custodial parent must report his/her earnings only.
  • STUDENT CITIZEN WITH PARENTS WHO DON'T HAVE A SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER - Parent information must still be provided.  Parent enters 000-00-0000 for his/her social security number, provides all requested information, prints the form, signs it, and submits as directed.

  • WATCH FOR THE QUESTION ABOUT OTHER SIBLINGS - If you have multiple students in college, watch carefully for the message on the submission confirmation page asking if you have any brothers or sisters in college.  Following this message allows parent information to be copied from the first child’s FAFSA into their second or third child’s FAFSA.  Once the subsequent FAFSA is begun, it can be saved and completed later.  This is the only message/link allowing this opportunity.  If you miss this message, parents have to re-enter all information for subsequent children.

IRS DATA RETRIEVAL TOOL TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE 

SUNDAY 6 OCTOBER, 7 am – 5 pm - The IRS Data Retrieval Tool will be unavailable Sunday, Oct. 6, from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. Eastern time. During this time, students can still complete and submit a FAFSA form by entering the necessary tax return information manually. However, students and their families may wish to either submit their FAFSA before or after this window of unavailability in order to use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool. For more information, visit https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/fafsa.

MORE FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Check our Current & Local Financial Aid Opportunities compilation page to be reminded of all the other events, important information, and opportunities awaiting you.  Visit: https://woodsonhs.fcps.edu/node/3722.

DON’T FORGET

CREDIT EXAMS FOR WORLD LANGUAGES – World Language Credit Exams will be administered 6, 7, and 8 November.  Students capable of writing a well-developed essay in one of the 30 languages listed may take the exam, and, if they pass, will receive two world language credits toward their advanced diploma.  The exams will be administered at three locations:

  • Wednesday, 6 November at 4 pm at Centreville High School (6001 Union Mill Rd, Clifton) in the Cafeteria;
  • Thursday, 7 November at Edison High School (5801 Franconia Rd., Alexandria) in the Cafeteria;
  • Friday, 8 November at Marshall High School (7731 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church) in the Cafeteria. 

Students should see their school counselor to register for the credit exam.  Registration will close at 4 pm on 10 October.  Late registration will not be accepted.  For more information, visit the FCPS Credit Exam website at https://www.fcps.edu/index.php/academics/high-school-academics-9-12/world-languages/credit-exam-world-languages.

FUTURE QUEST COLLEGE AND CAREER CONFERENCE

26 October, 8 am – 3 pm, George Mason University, Johnson Center – Future Quest is a FREE college and career conference held every two years for middle and high school students with disabilities, young adults with disabilities, their families, and professionals who work with them.  The conference is organized by George Mason University and Northern Virginia Transition Coalition.  Future Quest features more than 40 workshops and 40 exhibits related to a successful life after high school.  For more information and to register, visit http://www.futurequestgmu.org/.

MOVING ON TO LIFE IN THE COMMMUNITY: A RESOURCE FAIR FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

15 October, 6:30 - 8:45 pm, Lake Braddock Secondary School, Little Theater and Cafeteria, 9200 Burke Lake Rd Burke, VA 22015 – This FREE Resource Fair is for students with disabilities and their parents.  Learn about vocational, residential, leisure, recreational, independent living and advocacy options. This resource fair is for all individuals requiring ongoing employment and community support services after graduation.  Registration begins at 6:30 pm followed by a presentation in the theater at 6:45 pm and a resource fair in the cafeteria at 7:15 pm.  To register, visit https://www.fcps.edu/node/28019.

NEW COLLEGE AND CAREER FAIRS

2019 EDISON ACADEMY APPRENTICESHIPS AND SKILLED WORKFORCE CAREER FAIR

7 November, 11 am – 1:30 pm – The Edison Apprenticeship offers an opportunity to become educated about and to connect with in-demand technical careers and skilled trades that offer careers attainable through apprenticeship, industry certifications, and one or two-year trade schools or community college programs.  Interested students should arrange a pre-approved absence if they would like to attend.  Please contact Eugenia “Genie” Williford at @email or call 703.924.8154 to register your attendance.

NEW SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES

HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMATS UNITED STATES

(HSD U.S,), 22 July – 2 August 2020, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ – High School Diplomats is a scholarship program that brings together high school students from the United States and Japan engaging together in academic and social pursuits in a ten-day summer program at Princeton University.  Examples of activities include a Japanese summer festival, a sports tournament, and a karaoke night.  Students also attend daily language classes ranging from beginner to advanced.  Current Sophomores and Juniors are eligible to apply.  For more information and to apply, visit http://www.highschooldiplomats.com/americaCompleted applications are due 8 January 2020.

NEW WORKSHOPS

IRRITABILITY IN CHILDREN AND YOUTH: HOW TO HELP CHILDREN COPE

1 November, 10:00 am – Noon, Dunn Loring Center for Parent Services, 2334 Gallows Road, Entrance 1, Room 100, Dunn Loring – Dr. Ramaris German, Ph.D., Psychologist and Ms. Wanda Wheeler, Mental Health Clinician from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), will present this workshop for parents of irritable children and youth.  They will highlight: understanding appropriate vs. inappropriate levels of irritability; the psychological processes that underlie irritability; the impact on home and school for children with irritability; strategies for children and youth to use to cope; and current NIMH studies on irritability in children. This workshop is FREE and for adults only.  For more information, visit https://www.fcps.edu/resources/family-engagement/parent-resource-center/workshops-parents-educators-and-community.  Register at:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSco6UgVLtjuwBG02r42lxVmw4gtH1UU6wtLbVEqM3tB6GK_zw/viewform

RAISING A SCREEN SMART KID:  EMBRACE THE GOOD AND AVOID THE BAD IN THE DIGITAL AGE

7 November, 6:30-8:30 pm, Dunn Loring Center for Parent Services, 2334 Gallows Road, Entrance 1, Room 100, Dunn Loring - This presentation will focus how to help kids navigate friendships, bullying, dating, self-esteem, and more online.  Topics include: using social media to enhance connection with friends and family instead of following strangers and celebrities; finding online support and community for conditions such as depression and eating disorders; and learning and developing life skills through technology--for example, by problem-solving in online games while avoiding inappropriate content.  The workshop is FREE and for adults only.  It will be presented by Juliana Miner, public health expert and the creator of the popular blog, Rants from Mommyland.  For more information, visit https://www.fcps.edu/resources/family-engagement/parent-resource-center/workshops-parents-educators-and-community.  Register at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSchY6JieT3oZiLWgs8u9k1VR-tX7yJAWfdigUlOpeP0AZCqlg/viewform.

UNDERSTANDING AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER:  BEGINNING YOUR JOURNEY

8 November, 10 am – Noon, Dunn Loring Center for Parent Services, 2334 Gallows Road, Entrance 1, Room 100, Dunn Loring – Attend this workshop, presented by Julia Calhoun and Katie Boxer, FCPS Behavior Intervention Teachers, to understand characteristics of Autism Spectrum Disorder.   The workshop is FREE and intended for parents whose children have a new diagnosis or who suspect their child may have autism.  Highlights will include: understanding the unique learning styles of students with autism; effective strategies to use in the home and classroom; examine examples of resources.  For more information, visit https://www.fcps.edu/resources/family-engagement/parent-resource-center/workshops-parents-educators-and-community.  Register at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf_pi5bM4ns-x_4RICJjmdOlzFctnvc_0E43mLtVYs4rE56yw/viewform

SPECIAL EDUCATION:  UNDERSTANDING THE PROCESS AND COLLABORATING WITH YOUR SCHOOL

13 November, 6:30-8:30 pm, Dunn Loring Center for Parent Services, 2334 Gallows Road, Entrance 1, Room 100, Dunn Loring - Topics include: What is Special Education? How do children qualify for services? What is Least Restrictive Environment? What is the difference between accommodations and modifications? What is an IEP? What are the roles and responsibilities of IEP team members? How can I work with the school team to develop an IEP? How do I advocate for my child at school and in the IEP process?  This workshop is FREE.  For more information, visit https://www.fcps.edu/resources/family-engagement/parent-resource-center/workshops-parents-educators-and-community.  Register at:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd5tNThdQO2BgNFp71ymRQHzg4VH2gsrmq3B3p9CUNulvDNWw/viewform

BUILDING SUCCESS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION

15 November, 10:00 am – Noon, Dunn Loring Center for Parent Services, 2334 Gallows Road, Entrance 1, Room 100, Dunn Loring - Learn fun activities for the whole family to get your child moving while reinforcing a wide range of skills needed to participate in physical education.  You will learn how to: motivate your child to be physically active; modify games to enhance success; reinforce the adaptive skills students need to be successful in PE; taking turns and following rules; participating in group games and interacting with peers.  The workshop is FREE and will be presented by Phyllis Orner, FCPS Adapted PE Specialist, Manda Tirado and Christy Stone, FCPS Adapted PE Teachers.  For more information, visit https://www.fcps.edu/resources/family-engagement/parent-resource-center/workshops-parents-educators-and-community.  Register at:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScJQnkErWHhR7n7pTAY2ekplQp7ZMaF2_VgXGeNaVmKV7WEJw/viewform

PARENTING THROUGH CHALLENGING TIMES: SUPPORTING YOUR CHILD THROUGH LIFE’S UPS AND DOWNS 

Friday, 22 November, 10:00 am – Noon, Dunn Loring Center for Parent Services, 2334 Gallows Road, Entrance 1, Room 100, Dunn Loring - Transform feelings of being overwhelmed, anxious and stressed to calm, confident, and compassionate. Learn tools and techniques to navigate turbulent waters and times of change within home and family life such as a job change/loss; a move; divorce/separation; addition of a family member or sibling to the home; death; mental/physical illness; or child leaving the home.  The workshop is FREE and will be presented by Corinne Coppola, M.A., and Well-Being Professional.  For more information, visit https://www.fcps.edu/resources/family-engagement/parent-resource-center/workshops-parents-educators-and-community.  Register at:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScjDEvZnYTtT_XRRbj-wspD1tgwOAr72011AVsS1rMccVgibw/viewform.

NEW INTERNSHIPS

THE BORGEN PROJECT INTERNSHIPS

Ongoing Opportunities at Various Locations – The Borgen Project is a nonprofit organization that addresses extreme poverty and hunger across the globe.  The organization meets with U.S. Congressional leaders to secure support for crucial poverty-reducing legislation, mobilizes people across the world behind efforts to make poverty a political priority, teaches basic advocacy skills that allow citizens to communicate with their government, and builds awareness of global issues and innovations in poverty-reduction through online and community presence.  There are several unpaid work from home internships available. College credit may be earned.  For a list of current openings and to apply to individual internships, visit https://borgenproject.org/telecommute-internships/.

NEW SCHOLARSHIPS

ASSE FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP FUND

The American Association of Safety Engineers sponsors a scholarship for spouses and children who have lost a loved one in a workplace incident.  Applicants must be U.S. citizens who are accepted to or attending full- or part-time at a community college, university, or trade/vocational school.  A completed application must include a transcript, details and documentation for the incident in which their loved one was lost.  Registration is required to discover all application details.  Visit Naviance Student or https://foundation.assp.org/family-scholarship-fund/ for more information.  Applications are evaluated on a rolling basis.

AXA ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP

The AXA Equitable Foundation sponsors awards of $2,500 (300), $10,000 (42), and $25,000 (10) for Seniors who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents with demonstrated achievement.  Eligibility requirements include applying to college for the fall 2020 semester.  Applications are evaluated based on ambition and drive, determination to set and reach goals, respect for self, family and community, ability to thoughtfully convey how they identified a challenge and volunteered to strengthen their community through service, and ability to succeed in college.  Awards also include a $1,000 grant to each winner’s school.  Application includes school and community activities, work experience, GPA, and details of your outstanding achievement.  Finalists must submit a transcript and an appraisal.  Registration is required to access all details of the application.  Further information is available through Naviance Student or at https://us.axa.com/axa-foundation/AXA-achievement-scholarship.htmlApplications are due 15 December or until 10,000 applications are received.

BARBARA LOTZE SCHOLARSHIPS FOR FUTURE TEACHERS

The Association of Physics Teachers sponsors a $2,000 scholarship and a complimentary AAPT student membership for one year.   Applicants must be Seniors or college students who are U.S. citizens, accepted to or enrolled in an accredited college or university in the U.S., and plan studies leading towards teaching high school physics.  Recommendations are required.  Applicants must register to discover all application details.  Visit Naviance Student or at https://aapt.org/Programs/grants/lotze.cfm.  Applications must be received by 1 December.

CHALIK & CHALIK INJURY LAWYERS CANCER SURVIVORS SCHOLARSHIP

This $1,000 scholarship recognizes a deserving student who not only survived a devastating illness but now demonstrates a commitment to helping others diagnosed with cancer or another serious illness.  Applicants must be a Senior or college student with a 3.0 or better GPA, and admitted to or enrolled in an accredited college or university. Application requires unofficial transcript and essay (PDF format) of 500-1,000 words on How are you helping others diagnosed with a serious illness and how did your cancer diagnosis influence you to help others?  Applicants are asked if they are U.S. citizens or authorized to attend school in the U.S.  Further details are available through Naviance Student or https://www.chaliklaw.com/cancer-survivors-scholarship/. Applications are due 15 June 2020.

COMCAST LEADERS AND ACHIEVERS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM 

Comcast sponsors over 800 scholarships of $2,500-$5,000 for Seniors residing in a community served by Comcast, NBCUniversal, or Telemundo.  Applicants must have demonstrated commitment to community service, outstanding qualities in character, integrity and leadership.  They must also have a 3.0 or better GPA, plan to enroll full-time at an accredited U.S. college/university or vocational-technical college for the 2020-21 academic year, and demonstrate financial need.  A completed application requires current transcript.  Registration is required to access all details of the application. Further information is available through Naviance Student or at https://learnmore.scholarsapply.org/leadersandachievers/Applications are due before 5 pm 6 December.

FREE BROWSING LINK SCHOLARSHIP

Free Browsing sponsors a $1,000 scholarship for a Senior or college student with a 3.0 or better GPA who will be enrolled or due to enroll in a U.S. college when the scholarship is received.  A completed application requires personal information, parent permission if under 18 years, and an essay of over 1,000 words on How to limit which companies track your internet activity.  CAUTION: Submission grants permission to publish applicant’s name, institution, photo, email, and essay.  Additional details are available through Naviance Student or https://www.freebrowsinglink.com/scholarship/. Applications are due 31 March 2020.

FRIEDMAN & SIMON LLP ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP

Friedman & Simon Injury Lawyers  award $1,500 to a deserving Senior or college student admitted to or enrolled in an accredited college or university.  A 3.0 or better GPA is required.  A completed application must include personal information, an unofficial transcript, and an essay of 500-1,000 words discussing one of the following topics: (1) How will your studies contribute to your future career aspirations?  (2) What do you most hope to accomplish during your college studies?  (3) How did your experiences or accomplishments during high school prepare you for success in college? Recipients must allow use of name and essay on website.  Visit Naviance Student or https://www.friedmansimon.com/2019-academic-scholarship/ for more information. Applications are due 15 June 2020.

HEART DISEASE SCHOLARSHIP

The Berger and Green team sponsors a $1,000 scholarship for a Senior or college student with heart disease or a congenital heart defect.  Applicants must have a 3.0 or better GPA and be accepted to, or enrolled, at an accredited college or university in the U.S.  A completed application must include personal information, a transcript, and an essay of 500-1,000 words on one of the following topics: (1) How has heart disease affected or changed your plans in life?  How have you dealt with your diagnosis to continue to strive to reach your goals? (2) What aspects of living with heart disease do you wish society better understood? (3) What steps do you think the U.S. should take to reduce heart disease? (4) What advice would you give to a young person who has just been diagnosed with heart disease? Proof of medical diagnosis and updated GPA may be required of applicants.  Submission grants permission to publish essays in whole or in part and to publish the winner’s name.  For more information, visit: Naviance Student or https://www.bergerandgreen.com/heart-disease-scholarship/. Applications are due 15 June 2020.

JEFFERSON SCHOLARS PROGRAM

The Jefferson Scholars Foundation offers stipends covering the full cost of attending the University of Virginia. The criteria for selection are excellence in leadership, scholarship, citizenship, and a school nomination. Be sure you are considered for nomination by submitting a pre-application. To qualify, you must be a high school Senior, have agreed NOT to apply under a binding early decision to any college or university, and must meet the requirements for admission to UVA. Leadership and personal essays are required.  Interviews will be held Thursday, 7 November during returns. Download pre-application materials from the Naviance Student scholarship list.  (Enter Blackboard, click Naviance, click the Colleges dropdown, click Scholarships and Money, click Scholarship List, find and open the scholarship listing, and click on the link to the application form on the opened scholarship page.)  Learn more about the program at https://www.jeffersonscholars.org/scholarshipAll completed materials must be submitted to the Career Center before 8:10 am on Wednesday, 6 November.  You may submit on teacher workdays or earlier.  NOTE: Although this is a highly competitive process and WTW can only make a single nomination, the work done for this application can prepare you well for other applications.

JOHN FOY & ASSOCIATES STRONG ARM LEUKEMIA SCHOLARSHIP

John Foy and Associates  recognize one Senior or college student who has battled leukemia or whose life has been affected by it with a $1,000 scholarship.  Applicants must be enrolled at or incoming freshman at an accredited college or university in the U.S, with legal U.S. work or study status.  A completed application must  include an official transcript, a paragraph stating how this scholarship would benefit you, and an essay of 500-1,000 words on one of the following topics: (1) How has living with your or your loved one’s leukemia affected your education? (2) What adjustments have you made as a student to accommodate your or a loved one’s leukemia? (3) What one obstacle do people with leukemia face that you would like the general public to know about? Further information is available at Naviance Student or at https://www.johnfoy.com/strong-arm-leukemia-scholarshipApplications are due 15 July 2020.

LEGIT WRITING SERVICES SCHOLARSHIP

Legit Writing Services sponsors a scholarship of $1,000 for a Senior or college student with a 3.0 or better GPA who will be enrolled in an American college when the scholarship is received.  A completed application requires personal information, parent permission if under 18 years, and an essay of over 1,000 words on The Future of American Education.  CAUTION: Submission grants permission to publish applicant’s name, institution, photo, email, and essay.  Further information is available through Naviance Student or https://legitwritingservices.com/scholarship-essay-contest. Applications are due 31 March 2020.

SIMMRIN LAW GROUP ENTREPRENEURIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The Simmrin Law Group awards $1,500 to an entrepreneurially-minded Senior or college student. Applicants must have a 3.0 or better GPA and be enrolled or accepted to an accredited college/university in the U.S.  A completed application must include personal information, a transcript, and an essay of 500-1,000 words discussing one of the following: (1) How and when did you first realize that you are an entrepreneur at heart?  How did this first experience shape your plans and goals for the future – and how has your entrepreneurial dream grown since? (2) What is one way in which you think the world would be a better place if more people were entrepreneurs?  How could our society better prepare young people to have the skills and passion to choose an entrepreneurial path in life? (3) What was the biggest failure you ran into when first trying out entrepreneurial projects of your own?  How did that experience change the way you approach later projects?  Visit Naviance Student or https://www.simmrinlawgroup.com/2019-entrepreneurial-scholarship/ for more information.  Applications are due 15 June 2020.

VETERANS & MILITARY FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP – George Sink, P.A., Injury Lawyers awards $1,000 to a student who is an active duty service member, veteran, spouse or child of an active duty or retired service member. Applicants must have a 3.0 or better GPA, legal school attendance in the U.S., and acceptance to an accredited U.S. junior college, college, or university.  A completed application must include an unofficial transcript, personal information, and an essay of 500-1,000 words  on one of the following topics: (1) How has being in the military affected your ability to pursue an education? (2) What do you wish the American people better understood about military service or military families? (3) What sacrifices have you and/or your family made because of military service?  (4) When you reflect on your family member’s military service, what are you most proud of and what are you most grateful for?  Recipients will be contacted for proof of military service.  Submission grants permission to publish the winner.  Visit Naviance Student or http://www.sinklaw.com/veterans-military-family-scholarship/ for more information.  Applications are due 15 June 2020.

COMPILATIONS

Discover a full listing that includes previous entries for each important category below.

COLLEGE AND CAREER FAIRS

Discover local College and Career Fairs at https://woodsonhs.fcps.edu/node/3687.

COLLEGE REP VISITS CALENDAR

https://woodsonhs.fcps.edu/student-services/college-and-career-center/going-college/college-visits-calendar.

CURRENT & LOCAL FINANCIAL AID OPPORTUNITIES

Discover financial aid information sessions, FAFSA completion clinics / assistance opportunities and general information that will benefit your financial aid process: https://woodsonhs.fcps.edu/node/3722.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Find a listing of Employment Opportunities at https://woodsonhs.fcps.edu/node/2247.

ENRICHMENT & SUMMER PROGRAMS

Visit Naviance Student for a searchable listing of enrichment and summer programs: Go to the “colleges” tab; scroll down to enrichment programs.

INTERNSHIP and APPRENTICESHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Find a listing of Internships and Apprenticeships at https://woodsonhs.fcps.edu/college-and-career-center/work-and-careers/internships-apprenticeships-listing.

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Find an easy-to-read listing of scholarships below the important scholarship information at https://woodsonhs.fcps.edu/college-and-career-center/going-college/scholarships/school-independent-scholarships-contests.

SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES

Find a listing of Special Opportunities at https://woodsonhs.fcps.edu/node/3691.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Find a listing of Volunteer Opportunities at https://woodsonhs.fcps.edu/node/3690.

WORKSHOPS

Find a listing of Workshop Opportunities at https://woodsonhs.fcps.edu/node/2408.