"Informative and wonderful opportunity to share with my peers what I am passionate about. I am happy OCC has created a platform for students to learn from each other and glimpse the expectation as we transfer to university level courses." -Presenter 2019 symposium
Who can participate?
Open to all OCC students
All disciplines welcome!
How do you participate?
In-class or independent project with a faculty or staff mentor
Find a mentor from the Potential Mentors list or ask other faculty or staff
If you need funding for supplies for your resources currently we are accepting applications for funding. Up to $100 with some possible exceptions of more is available. Fill out this form with your mentor Funding Request Form.
When are the key dates?
This form is on our Symposium Canvas site so if you are not already enrolled in it
This form is on our Symposium Canvas site.
What type of work can you produce?
Learn more about a passion topic
Resume and college application builder
Use this to springboard your work to other conferences
Prizes For Top Work
First Author Award
This is the winner of the entire event
Past Subcategory Awards (Varies based on submissions)
2019 Winner, First Author (In the news)
A Comparative Study on Suicide Prevention
Mentor: Ulrike Green, Anthroplogy
Rachel Ridnor - email@example.com
Hannah Kang - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dean Abernathy • Melissa Archibald • Jessica Asbell • Shazia Aziz • Angelina Bargeron • Diane Brown • Lori Cassidy • Audrey Crouse • Katherine Donahue • Brittni Doty • Kelli Elliott • Robert Ellis • Jerome Fang • Melissa Ferguson • Tara Giblin • Ulrike Green• Amy Hellman • Hannah Kang • Jon Mochizuki • Duy Pham • Rachel Ridnor • Eliza Rubenstein • Brent Rudmann • Guido Sendowsky • Michael Sutliff