“Throughout the entirety of this year, I have had the opportunity to take in the Juntos program. I was in awe of this program, because it has not been adopted in CA, where I am from. The need, though, for this type of program is growing and crucial to the success of the students in their education This program is growing more than we can keep up at times…
This year, the Corvallis campus welcomed more than 1,150 people from 23 communities across the state to partake in Juntos Family Day. This OSU Open Campus event is designed to bring Juntos students and their families to Oregon State to engage in college and career showcase workshops, as well as connect with educational resources, social groups, programs, financial aid, and other opportunities. The driving goal behind Family Day is to give families a snapshot of OSU college life and build upon the Juntos tradition of offering community-based preparation and educational pathways.
Hard work and dedication pays off for North Wasco and Hood River County Juntos students, as they receive several scholarships in preparation for college.
Open Campus and Juntos would like to take a minute to acknowledge everyone that helped make OSU Juntos Day a huge success!
Written by José García On May 21st Juntos students and their families from Dayton, McMinnville, Philomath, and Corvallis had the opportunity to visit and tour Linfield College and the Chemeketa Yamhill Valley Campus. During the visit students had the opportunity to engage with college students with similar backgrounds during a student panel Q&A at both … Continued
Tillamook’s Open Campus is engaging the community through new workshops, legislative outreach, charity drives, STEM awards, and more. Written by Open Campus Coordinator, Emily Henry.
Originally from John Day, Caleb is familiar with the challenges rural communities face.
Providing families with the “how to get to college tools”, as Ruth puts it, is the “best part” of what she does during the six week workshops.
I remember before my oldest son started high school. He would ask me, “Mom, do you think I can do it?” I would say, “I believe you can, but it’s not important for me to think you can. It’s important for you to think you can.”