Signed in as:
Signed in as:
A college partner is created when a college dean signs a college partner agreement. The key benefit to the college is the opportunity to cultivate the interests of student club members in high school chapters, both in-state and out-of-state, and generate applications for college acceptance.
The professor who serves as host of your college chapter arranges on-campus and virtual tours of your college by Bell High School AgriScience chapter members.
The leaders of your college chapter plan, budget, and conduct special projects that involve networking with students and civic leaders in local communities.
Bell Community Services agrees to actively search for grant funding to conduct research that requires use of the scientific method, and lab facilities and equipment provided by the college..
Your college chapter consists of students in your Bell AgriScience Chapter who are seeking research internships, and job experiences aligned with their documented career plans.
The chapter host is a college professor selected by the dean who agrees to host the chapter.
Members of your chapter agree to visit 1 - 3 high school chapters in your state to help with projects in development and to make presentations about degree programs and generate financial support to high school chapters.
You agree to exhibit at the annual area-wide college and career fair in your state.