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Camp GenTX is accepting applications




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The Valero Energy Foundation, Generation TX San Antonio, and Project WORTH are accepting applications from all incoming Bexar County high school juniors and seniors for a chance to see what it’s really like to live on a college campus. Attend Camp GenTX Monday through Wednesday, July 8-10, on the Trinity University campus at One Trinity Place in San Antonio.

Students will attend multiple workshops with subjects ranging from financial aid, college applications, and money management to healthy eating, avoiding risky behavior, and career preparation focused on career paths and professional communication in social media.

All students must apply by Friday, May 17, by downloading an application at www.gentxsa.org or asking their school counselor for information.

For more information or to apply, call 210-254-9376 or visit www.gentxsa.org.
 

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