4 Day Workshop
July 9th – 12th 2018
9am – 4:30pm
No cost to attendees
Must be high school senior, junior or college freshman in fall 2018
Fun interactive sessions like marketing, transition to college, presentation skills, social media 2.0, etiquette luncheon and a case study with final presentation!
Program held onsite at 13197 South Frontrunner Boulevard Draper, UT 84020
What is Student STAR?
The Dell EMC Student STAR Program is a 4 Day intensive workshop, designed to equip students with the tools needed to excel in both their academic and professional journeys. The four key areas central to every student’s success are Communication, Teamwork, Life Skills and Business Acumen. As a bridge between higher education and Dell EMC, Student STAR will broaden the horizons of local college bound students at no cost to attendees!
Who can participate?
Any student entering their junior or senior year of high school or freshman year of college. This is not limited to immediate family members of EMC employees – feel free to consider your nieces, nephews, children of friends, neighbors, etc. as long as they meet the applicant criteria mentioned above.
What topics will be covered?
Student STAR covers a broad array of topics to satisfy the four key areas of STAR. From business-focused topics like Engineering and Marketing, to sessions such as Personal Finance or Transition to College, students are provided with key tools that they’ll be able to apply now and in the future. Presentations equip students with a set of cross-functional interpersonal skills applicable to all areas of life. Lastly, academic-focused presentations such as The College Application Process or The Princeton Review’s SAT Overview rounds out the program to provide students with a complex skill set that truly encompasses the academic, business, and life skill benefits.
Student STAR 2018 will run July 9th through 12th from 9am – 4:30pm each day.
Students are expected to attend all day every day; please do not apply if you are unable to attend any portion of the program as group work depends on full participation from every student.
Transportation is the sole responsibility of the student’s family.
Students under the age of 18 will not be allowed to leave EMC premises during the day unless with their parent/guardian, or the person who is providing transportation during the program. Students 18 or older will be allowed to leave on their own accord.
Lunch will be provided to participants all four days of the program. Please be sure to note any food allergies or sensitivities when registering.