Elementary school students explored the possibilities ahead for them
Kindergartners at Cedar Park Elementary School (Seattle) listen to their teacher tell her college and career story.
A future doctor in the Fairwood Elementary School (Kent) Time Machine!
During #CollegeGearDay, the fifth graders at Terminal Park Elementary (Auburn) sported shirts from the University of Illinois.
Middle school students got hands-on experience
Lakota Middle School (Federal Way) students work on robotics during a #DiscoverSTEM activity presented by The Museum of Flight.
Scholars at Kilo Middle School (Federal Way) playing a college & career themed game of Family Feud, with questions like "What are the Ten Largest Employers in Washington?"
High schoolers met with real-life professionals
Students from Lindbergh High School (Renton) learning about product creation at Costco. During DiscoverU Week, hundreds of high school students visited worksites to get hands-on job experience and learn about real career paths.
At Foster High School (Tukwila), students envisioned their futures in the #FlashForwardFriday photo booth.
Evergreen High School (Highline) invited King5 meteorologist Rhonda Lee to share her education and career story.
College campuses also joined in on the fun
South Seattle College put a college twist on #CommunityHeroesDay by celebrating #CampusHeroesDay!
At Seattle Central College, staff and students promoted DiscoverU all week through #CollegeGearDay and more.
It wasn't just schools!
Community partners also participated
Techbridge Girls showcased their students' futures on #FlashForwardFriday.
College Access Now combined two theme days
---- #DiscoverSTEM and #CommunityHeroesDay
---- in its celebration of nurses.