Last Updated: Friday, January 18, 2019
Thursday, January 24
9 A.M. – NOON —
EXHIBITS AND DISPLAYS EXHIBIT THEMES
- Ready, set, go! – Check in with our teams to collect your lanyard and bag to carry all of your WVU swag.
- First step – Are you a creator? Innovator? Pioneer? Decide which career path you’d like to explore at our Career Personality exhibit.
- How do you plan to change the world? What are your hopes, dreams and aspirations? Share them with the world on our Dream Big sticky note wall. Your aspirations are our inspiration!
- Curious about where you’ll live, what you’ll eat or how you’ll make friends? Get all the facts about college from real WVU students (and Collegiate 4-H’ers) at the Ask Us Anything About College booth.
- Visit our Go to College Now exhibit to get your very own WVU mock-student ID, learn about our various WVU camp programs and how to earn college credits from WVU while you’re still in high school through our Access Early College program!
- Picture Your Future at our selfie photo booth, where you can choose your dream job and even dress the part.
- Get hands-on with pocket-sized robots and miniature experiments in our STEM lounge.
10 A.M. – 10:30 A.M. —
WVU DAY AT THE LEGISLATURE HOUSE PROCLAMATION
- A special proclamation declaring January 24, 2019, as WVU Day at the Legislature will be read in the House Chamber.
10 – 11 A.M. —
4-H’ERS MEET WITH DELEGATES AND SENATORS
- Visits should be prearranged by contacting your delegates/senators directly.
11 A.M. —
WVU DAY AT THE LEGISLATURE SENATE PROCLAMATION
- A special proclamation declaring January 24, 2019, as WVU Day at the Legislature will be read in the Senate Chamber.
11 A.M. – NOON —
OBSERVE THE HOUSE AND SENATE SESSIONS FROM THE GALLERIES
About the Day
Many educational and entertaining programs will be available at different times during the day, including:
- Exhibitors sharing information about Extension and WVU programs.
- Activities, with cookies and coffee in the Lower Rotunda.
In addition visitors can:
- Tour West Virginia’s beautiful capitol building. For many of our younger guests, this may be the first time to see the Capitol up-close and personal.
- Hear guest speakers talk about the importance of education, the impact that Extension programs had on their lives, and the importance of following your dreams.
- Connect with their legislators by setting up an appointment with them before the event.
- Visit other Capitol attractions including the Culture Center.
- Enjoy the splendor of West Virginia’s Capitol City.
The most important activity of the day is to visit with your senators and delegates. Other activities offered during the day are optional.
We look forward to seeing you in Charleston!