Sophomore Jump Program
The Sophomore Jump Program provides all sophomore students at Colorado College with opportunities to grow and develop personally, academically, and socially throughout their sophomore year.
Students who participate in the Sophomore Jump Program will:
- Continue to develop their sense of belonging on campus, as well as their strategies for achieving academic success and personal well-being
- Cultivate relationships with faculty beyond their advisors and professors
- Understand different academic programs available at CC and possess the tools to make informed decisions about their majors by the end of the academic year
- Learn about off-campus and study-abroad programs, as well as grant, fellowship, and research opportunities, in order to maximize their time and experience at CC
- Know how to find and apply for internships and how to narrate their experiences to potential employers
Join faculty from across the curriculum for dinner and discussion. Come hear how your professors discovered their interests and talk about your future goals.
Dinners are held on the second Tuesday of every block at 6:00 pm, RSVP to Jenn Sides, Academic Support Specialist, jsides@ColoradoCollege.edu.
First semester dinners are as follows:
Block 2 - September 29th - Anthony Bull, Associate Professor of Human Biology and Kinesiology
Block 3 - October 27th - John Williams, Assistant Professor of History and East Asisan Studies
Block 4 - December 1st - Elizabeth Coggins, Assistant Professor of Political Science
Block 1 -
Please RSVP to Jenn Sides at email@example.com for any of the following events!
September 3rd at noon - "Planning Your Study Abroad" with Heather Browne, Assistant Director of Off-Campus Study
September 23rd at noon - "Finding Your Career Interests" with Stacey Stevens, Career Coach
September 25th, 2:30-4:00pm - Internship Forum, Worner Center. Sponsored by the Career Center