IQuest January Newsletter
New Classes, After School Care & No Interest College Loan
Next Monday January 18th is Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday - No IQuest classes and MindQuest after school
Spring Semester Has Begun!
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Public Speaking & Organizational Skills Development
This two-part course will help students gain confidence in public speaking with vivid presentations in a variety of settings.
- Public Speaking components
- Organizational Skills Development
Power-point, large audience, small audience, demonstrations and debates are covered to provide students the practice of timing, vocalization, composure and connecting with their audience. Recommended for ages 9-16, Mondays at 4:30pm. Class begins February 8, 2016.
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New Programming Class: Jedi Game-Maker!
Design your own Star Wars character and create games that give different characters amazing skills and abilities that exist in the entire Star Wars universe. Join fellow trainees to learn the art of game creation using Scratch programming language.
Programming lessons will incorporate Star Wars related themes and create their own interactive stories, animations, games, music, and art. Scratch is a beginner's programming language taught at high school and universities.
Recommended for ages 7-11. Wednesdays at 4:30pm. Class begins on February 3, 2016. Awaken Your Gaming Force at IQuest!
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After School Childcare Tax Credit
A qualifying individual for the child and dependent care credit is your dependent qualifying child who is under age 13 when the care is provided. Being a full time student in our IQuest MindQuest Afterschool Program qualifies you for this tax benefit. Full IRS article
Interest-free Student Loan available to Texas students
This is a no-interest loan for eligible Texas students. If the borrower meets certain requirements, then the entire loan amount can be forgiven upon graduation. The State of Texas funds the loan.
The loan shall be forgiven if you receive an undergraduate degree or certificate from an eligible institution and you graduated with a cumulative GPA of at least a 3.0, within certain restrictions of time.
B-On-Time students are encouraged to take the time to watch the official B-On-Time counseling video.
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