Washburn Tech will have its sixth annual National Technical Letter of Intent Signing Day Thursday, Feb. 21.
This event is similar to the NCAA’s National Signing Day, which is for athletes that commit to playing sports while in college. The students sign a letter of intent, which means they write a short essay to submit as part of their submission package in their application to a school or university, which is saying that the student intends to enroll in the specified institution and informing the admissions department of their education, such as your transcript and career background.
This event also means that students sign their letter of intent and put on a Washburn Tech cap for the ceremony, which is designed to honor students who are entering any technical field and celebrating the dignity of their work. It has become a national movement with many colleges following. Washburn Tech invites any and all colleges to attend this event, which is every third Thursday of every February. This event is free to the public for anyone who is thinking about joining the Washburn Institute of Technology.