High School Juniors and Seniors Invited to Demo Day at Sheridan College on April 4


Contact: Wendy Smith, Director of Marketing and Public Information (307) 675-0412, wsmith@sheridan.edu

Claire Barnes, Writer/Editor (307) 675-0416, cbarnes@sheridan.edu

This event is free for students, teachers and counselors, but participants must register by March 2.

On Wednesday, April 4, high school juniors, seniors and homeschool students at the junior or senior level are invited to Sheridan College for Demo Day. This free event will give students the chance to experience career and technical programs firsthand with a tour of the Technical Education Center, student and faculty demonstrations, and hands-on activities in welding, diesel technology, machining, construction, computer sciences and culinary arts. Lunch will be provided to all participants at no charge in the campus cafeteria. This event is free to students, teachers and counselors, but all participants must register by Friday, March 2.

Participants should plan to arrive between 8:15 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. to check in. The first session will begin at 8:45 a.m. The day will consist of 50 minute sessions in each of the following programs offered at Sheridan College: Machine Tool Technology, Diesel Technology, Welding Technology, and Culinary Arts and 24 minute sessions in Construction Technology and Computer Science. Students will be involved in a hands-on activity and/or demonstration during each session. Lunch will be provided in the Thorne-Rider Campus Center at 11:30 a.m., and the final session will end at 2:20 p.m.

“This event is a fun opportunity for students to explore our high-tech labs and equipment in the state-of-art Technical Education Center, get to know our faculty, and explore all our programs have to offer,” said Misty Bateman, CTE Student Recruiter.

To register, contact Misty Bateman at mbateman@sheridan.edu or (307) 675 – 0787 by Friday, March 2. For each student participant, please provide their full name, mailing address, email address, phone number, high school attending, current grade, and graduation year.