Spend next summer investing in your future!
Apply now for Pre-College Programs at the University of Notre Dame.
Summers Scholars and Leadership Seminars are college-level academic programs that provide students a taste of life as a Notre Dame student. In addition to rigorous courses, participating in service is integral to our programs. Last summer students were able to choose from a diverse offering of service opportunities. Examples from Summer 2016 include:
- participating in our service-oriented literature course, Literature: Faith, Imagination, and Justice
- working at a community garden that provides free food to anyone in the community
- sharing a meal and playing games at a community for developmentally disabled adults
- performing in a talent show and playing bingo at an assisted living facility
- participating in a food drive that aided over a dozen local food pantries
- spending time playing with children at a local women's shelter
- participating in a poverty simulation, experiencing what life is like for those trapped in the cycle of poverty
As a participant in Summer Scholars
or Leadership Seminars
, you'll spend a summer living, learning, and serving as a Notre Dame student. You'll spend a summer preparing to lead a life for the greater good.
GREAT EXPECTATIONS - COMMUNITY COLLEGE ASSISTANCE
Great Expectations provides a myriad of support services to help current and former foster care youth gain access to community college. A coach connects students to community resources, mentoring, scholarship opportunities, etc. to help remove barriers and ensure their success in community college and beyond. Coaches help with college applications and securing financial aid. Once a student is enrolled, coaches provide the critical “wrap-around” support that teenagers need, including:
- Advising on curriculum choices
- Finding mentoring or tutoring
- Solving transportation and scheduling issues
- Career planning and job hunting
- Budgeting and financial planning
Since its inception in 2008, Great Expectations has served over 3,000 students, but there are many more college-age youth in the Commonwealth who are eligible for the program. More information can be found here. http://greatexpectations.vccs.edu/
American Legion Girls and Boys State 2017!
Date: June 18 - 24, 2017
American Legion Boys State and American Legion Auxiliary Girls State are the premier programs for teaching how government works while developing leadership skills & an appreciation for your rights as a citizen. As a participant in the program you, will run for office, learn public speaking, create and enforce laws and actively participate in all phases of creating and running a working government in this exciting and fun summer program. You’ll meet other students from across your state who will become friends for life. You’ll develop confidence and leadership skills that will shape your future.
Rising Seniors may apply. The cost of this program is sponsored by the local American Legion Chapter, so there is little to no cost for students.
Contact Mrs. Stonesifer in School Counseling by April 1st if you are interested.
The University of Virginia Facilities Management department will soon be accepting applications for our highly regarded and award winning Apprentice Program. The University of Virginia’s Apprentice Program began in 1982 and was the first Apprentice Program to be started by a state agency. Because of our success over the past 34 years, our program has become a model for other state agencies and institutions setting up Apprentice Programs of their own.
The Apprentice brochures on our website may be of interest to your high school seniors who want to learn a trade while working as a full-time employee in our department. Over a four-year training period, Apprentices learn their selected trade through a combination of on-the-job training, technical education and classroom instruction. This training is fully paid for by the University of Virginia.
We will be recruiting for several positions in the following trades this year:
Carpentry Electrical HVAC Plumbing
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and possess a GED or high school diploma by August 1, 2017. Applicants must be able to meet the physical requirements for their prospective trade.
Online Applications for this year’s Apprentice positions will be accepted from March 31 – April 21, 2017 until 5p.m. All interested individuals wanting more information can drop in during our Apprentice Job Fair on April 4, 2017 in the UVA Alumni Hall, 211 Emmet Street South in Charlottesville. We will have representatives from senior leadership, human resources, and current and former apprentices available to answer questions from 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. This is an informational session only and interviews will not be conducted this day.
More information on the Apprentice Program is available on-line at: http://www.fm.virginia.edu/depts/humanresources/apprenticeship/index.html including how to apply, brochures, FAQ’s, and curriculum relating to the Apprentice Program. Attached are flyers that you may wish to print and post or disseminate. The University of Virginia is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.
If you have further questions, please contact Elsa Sherrill, Human Resources Generalist, at (434) 982-6789 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Eirine Vlavianos, Human Resources Generalist, at (434) 982-5895 or email@example.com.
UVA Apprenticeship Program 2017 (1).pdf
UVA Apprenticeship Program 2017 (2).pdf
Camp Excel is looking for teen mentors between the ages of 14-17 and who are looking to build their resume by working with youth. They typically possess very strong leadership skills and can be considered very responsible. Although the mentors are not paid, we essentially trust them as we would our staff. We give them many tasks and responsibilities. As a reward to our mentors we take them on special field trips. We plan to tour a few colleges, have a team building field trip, and go to Kings Dominion.
Click here for the application and here for the criteria.
for the Guided Pathway Support System information page.
The Center for Legal and Court Technology (CLCT), at the College of William & Mary Law School, in conjunction with the Center for Gifted Education at the William & Mary School of Education, provides interactive and thought-provoking classes for high school students. Fred Lederer, Chancellor Professor of Law and Director, CLCT, exposes high school students to basic topics in law such as what is the law, how it is made, how judges can change the law, and how to resolve disputes. Courses include:
· Introduction to U.S. Law (June 26-29, 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.)
· Introduction to Torts (June 29-30, 1:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.)
· Introduction to Torts (July 10-11, 1:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.)
· Introduction to Evidence (July 12-13, 1:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.)
· Introduction to U.S. Law (July 17-20, 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.)
· Introduction to Search & Seizure (July 20-21, 1:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.)
· Introduction to Search & Seizure (August 10, 1:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., and August 11, 8:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.)
There are no prerequisites, and courses may be taken in any sequence.
· Introduction to U.S. Law: $330
· Introduction to Evidence: $190
· Introduction to Torts: $190
· Introduction to Search & Seizure: $190
A limited number of need-based scholarships will be available.
If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Mary Beth Dalton
Center for Legal & Court Technology
College of William & Mary Law School
P.O. Box 8795
Williamsburg VA 23187-8795