The IC3 Regional Forums are a series of one-day events in high schools organized by the IC3 Conference Committees.
Leading high schools are placing an increasing emphasis on systems to best support students and families understand their multiple options at colleges and universities at home and around the globe, with the goal of finding the one which best suits their own aspirations and interests. The IC3 Regional Forums are aligned with IC3s mission to empower schools to build and maintain robust, well-resourced and research-oriented career and college counseling offices. The IC3 Regional Forums enable access for hundreds of schools that have limited resources for travel and training of their principals, teachers and counselors. Other key objectives of the IC3 Regional Forums are bringing inclusiveness, diversity and quality.
Hosted at local high schools, the IC3 Regional Forums provide an opportunity for learning and new knowledge creation along with networking. Counselors, teachers and principals from the local area interact with universities from across the globe.
The IC3 Regional Forums are also an opportunity for university delegates to learn more about the local area, students, education systems and schools. All participants will have an opportunity to share new knowledge through breakout sessions, which will be selected by IC3 committee members from among the session proposals received. For university delegates, there will also be optional high school student fairs held in conjunction with many of the IC3 Regional Forums.