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Chase Jordan / Sampson IndependentJamee Hunt Freeman, assistant admissions director for the University of North Carolina-Pembroke, left, speaks with Union High School student Amy Rodriguez during College Power-Up 2. The Tuesday event at Clinton High School featured a variety of admission officers from different colleges. It also included breakout sessions to assist students in the application process. The event is a collaboration between Sampson County Schools and Clinton City Schools. It was made possible through a grant from the Simple Gifts Fund.
Chase Jordan / Sampson IndependentJamee Hunt Freeman, assistant admissions director for the University of North Carolina-Pembroke, left, speaks with Union High School student Amy Rodriguez during College Power-Up 2. The Tuesday event at Clinton High School featured a variety of admission officers from different colleges. It also included breakout sessions to assist students in the application process. The event is a collaboration between Sampson County Schools and Clinton City Schools. It was made possible through a grant from the Simple Gifts Fund.
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Jamee Hunt Freeman, assistant admissions director for the University of North Carolina-Pembroke, left, speaks with Union High School student Amy Rodriguez during College Power-Up 2. The Tuesday event at Clinton High School featured a variety of admission officers from different colleges. It also included breakout sessions to assist students in the application process. The event is a collaboration between Sampson County Schools and Clinton City Schools. It was made possible through a grant from the Simple Gifts Fund.


Chase Jordan / Sampson Independent


Jamee Hunt Freeman, assistant admissions director for the University of North Carolina-Pembroke, left, speaks with Union High School student Amy Rodriguez during College Power-Up 2. The Tuesday event at Clinton High School featured a variety of admission officers from different colleges. It also included breakout sessions to assist students in the application process. The event is a collaboration between Sampson County Schools and Clinton City Schools. It was made possible through a grant from the Simple Gifts Fund.


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Tarrick C. Cox, senior associate director for undergraduate admissions at East Carolina University, helps a group of students fill out information cards at College Power-Up 2.


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Liz Webb, admissions counselor for William Peace University, interacts with students and parents during College Power-Up 2.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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