The Fall semester is in full swing and there is a lot of excitement on campus. Find out about all the events and programs taking place at Capitol this semester, in this issue of the Capitol Connector.
|Scholarship Golf Tournament, Friday!|
The annual Scholarship Golf Tournament may be taking place this Friday, Sept. 21, but that doesn't mean it's too late to sign up. Register as a single entrant or as a foursome as we sink putts and raise money for our scholarship students. The tournament will be held at the beautiful Glenn Dale Country Club in Glenn Dale, Md.
Your registration includes a light breakfast, lunch, greens fees and cart, an additional free round of golf, and a Capitol goody bag. Individuals can register for $130 and foursomes can register at the discounted rate of $425 per group.
Register for the tournament today!
|ILI President's Forum: Oct. 10 |
Part of Capitol College's celebration of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2012 will include the Innovation and Leadership Institute's President's Forum speech by Dr. Timothy Mucklow. The keynote address will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at noon in the Avrum Gudelsky Memorial Auditorium.
Mucklow is a senior historian at the Center for Cryptologic History. During the forum, he will present and discuss the most famous cryptographic machine in the world, the German ENIGMA machine. Mucklow will also be bringing the lesser-known, but unbroken, American SIGABA. Both machines will be present for guests to view.
For more information concerning this year's President's Forum, please contact Deb Berger.
|Capitol Begins CPIP Program
Capitol College will begin its College Preparation Intervention Program (CPIP) this month, with students from Potomac High School and High Point High School.
The goal of CPIP is to prepare high school and middle school students for the rigors of college and help them set career goals. Numerous workshops will demonstrate the importance and opportunity of careers in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. Other sessions also deal with financial management, scholarships, obtaining security clearances and college interviews.
Learn more about how Capitol College is helping high school students prepare for their futures.
|Meet Dir. of Admissions George Walls
As the director of undergraduate recruiting and admissions, George Walls plays a large role in helping students decide if Capitol College is perfect for them.
"In our role as enrollment managers, we are often key players in opening doors for students who might not have otherwise had the opportunity to go to college," Walls said. "The few inspirational words we have the chance to share can have a huge impact on people's lives."
Read the full interview with George Walls.