• College and Career Fairs

  • Probe College Fairs

    Annually, Georgia College Probe Fairs provide opportunities for students to connect with colleges & universities locally. Other college fairs may be available ONLINE through virtual platforms and through other venues throughout the state. Specific college fairs are available for STEM, Arts, Technology and other pathways that can be visited as well. 

    Probe College Fairs are offered at numerous high school locations throughout the school years. 

    TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 2023


    4:00- 6:30 PM  

    Locations of college fairs can be found on GA Probe's website as well as by viewing our monthly college & career calendar.

    Everyone is welcome! Students and families are encouraged to register and speak with college admissions representatives for transitional planning. 

    Colleges & Universities admissions representatives are awaiting to meet students and families while attending the GA Probe College Fair.

    Click here for a list of upcoming Probe Fairs for which you can register.

  • College Fly-In Programs

    Some families and students options go beyond the current state and there are a few colleges and universities that offer FLY-IN Programs that will allow student and families to visit to have an Open House or Preview visits. 

    Pomona College is excited to announce that, this fall, we will be hosting our first on-campus diversity fly-in program since 2019: Perspectives on Pomona (POP)!

    Students from diverse backgrounds who are traditionally underrepresented in higher education (including, but not limited to, low-income, rural, first-generation, undocumented and DACA mented students) will have the opportunity to experience the Pomona community by meeting students and faculty and exploring academic and social opportunities at Pomona.Participating students will receive shuttle transportation between local airports and Pomona College, on-campus housing, and all meals for the duration of the program. Travel grants are available to cover airfare expenses or, for local students, mileage expenses. All POP applicants also receive fee waivers to apply to Pomona.The Fall POP application will open by the end of May, and applications are due by August 15. Look out for 2023 Info Session!!!


    2022 Williams College Windows on Williams (WOW).The WOW fly-in program provides more than 200 high-achieving seniors an all-expenses-paid opportunity to visit campus and experience the Williams community. WOW is a selective program open to rising seniors in the U.S. and Puerto Rico; preference is given to high-achieving students who couldn't otherwise afford to visit Williams.WOW participants stay in dorms with current students, attend classes, meet with professors, and learn about our admission process and our extraordinary financial aid program. Currently, WOW participants will be required to provide proof of Covid-19 vaccination and booster, if eligible, in order to visit campus. We will notify WOW participants should campus Covid-19 policies change. 


    Explore Bowdoin fly-in programs will be returning to in-person programming this fall.Explore Bowdoin is an all-expenses paid college visit program for low-income and/or first-generation high school seniors.

    Bowdoin handles all of the logistics and covers the cost of the programincluding transportation to/from campus, lodging, and meals for the duration of the student's trip. 

    Explore Bowdoin 1: September 15–17, 2022Explore Bowdoin 2: October 13–15, 2022The final deadline to apply is September 14.
    Sweet Briar College Fly-In Program 
    Female high school juniors & seniors of all ethnic & socioeconomic backgrounds are welcome to participate. Sweet Briar College offers opportunities to visit their beautiful campus at no cost. As part of the program, students will get: 
    • Funded travel to and from campus for the student and one (1) parent or guardian. Students may travel by plane, car, bus or train. 
    • Accommodations in the Elston Inn, campus hotel. 
    • All meals while on campus. 
    • Sweet Briar merchandise from the campus bookstore. 
      Interested students can be nominated by Mrs. T. Kimbro