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Apprenticeship 101:

How can I earn while I learn?

Thursday, November 14th


Room 210B

Refreshments Provided

Learn more about:

 What are apprenticeships?

 What are the benefits of an apprenticeship?

 Who is eligible to participate in apprenticeships?

 How can students get started?

Presented by:

 West High School Work-Based Learning

 United States Department of Labor Office of Apprenticeship

 ApprenticeshipNH

Letendre Student Athletic Training Summer School Scholarship

In 2020, NHMI will once again offer the Letendre Student Athletic Training Summer School Scholarship. This scholarship provides funds for high school students interested in careers in the sports medicine field of athletic training to attend a summer camp. More information about the field of Athletic Training is available at

The scholarship recipient may select the camp s/he attends. The award will have a $750 cap. Scholarship application deadline is April 1.

In 2019, our scholarship winner was Sydney Spenard. Sydney attended camp at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Sydney had an amazing experience and plans to attend college for athletic training next year! We're looking forward to providing this experience for another deserving student. Current year sophomores & juniors are eligible to apply. Please share the link below with interested students.

Complete information about the scholarship, including past recipients and application, is available at

2020 Student Leader Flyer.pdf

It’s that time of the year again and locally we’re gearing up for our 2020 Student Leaders Program (SLP)!

As a reminder, the Bank of America SLP is an eight (8) week paid summer internship (students will be paid $17/hour) with a Manchester nonprofit.

Below you’ll find additional details around the program as well as links for students to formally apply. Please note, the 2020 Student Leaders application period will be open from November 4, 2019 – January 31, 2020.

To become a Student Leader, the student must:

  • Currently be a rising junior or senior in a high school in Manchester
  • Be able to participate in an 8-week paid internship ($17/hour) at a local nonprofit organization in Manchester and work 35 hours a week
  • Be legally authorized to work in the US without sponsorship through the end of September 2020
  • Be able to participate in a week-long Student Leaders Summit in Washington, D.C. (Summer 2020) (All expenses paid. This week will be part of the 8-week experience)
  • Be a student in good standing at their school
  • Obtain a letter of recommendation from a teacher, guidance counselor, or school administrator
  • Complete and submit an application by Friday, January 31st

Learn more about the Student Leaders Program:

Formally apply for the Student Leaders Program:

Respect YLI Save the Date 2019.pdf

BAE Announces FOCUS!

BAE Systems is pleased to invite your students interested in science, technology, engineering and math to apply to our upcoming Winter session of our Fostering Opportunities and Careers Utilizing STEM (FOCUS) Program. The application is attached below and the deadline to submit is December 3rd. The first meeting will be held on January 15th. Please send completed applications or any questions to

More information about the program can be found below, in the attached brochure, and on our website

What is FOCUS?

Our FOCUS program gives high school students hands-on experience in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) through classwork and team projects led by BAE Systems employees — allowing them to explore STEM careers in depth before choosing any one path. The program demonstrates the basic principles and applications of software, mechanical, and electrical engineering through a small scale robotics competition. Guided by experienced engineers, FOCUS projects simulate a real-world atmosphere, where students work through various elements of a project lifecycle — including development, production, testing, finance, and project management.

The details

• Eighteen students per session

• Fall, Winter and Spring sessions offered — 11 weeks each

• Meetings held Wednesdays from 6-8 p.m. in Nashua, NH

Program Highlights

• Team building and collaboration

• Project Management

• Mechanical Engineering

• Electrical Engineering

• Software Engineering

• Presentation Skills

• Design Reviews

• Factory Tours


• High school students in the New Hampshire and Massachusetts area

• Interest in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics

• Attendance is mandatory

• Due to the nature of our business all students must be U.S. citizens. The students will need to bring proof of citizenship (certified birth certificate (original), US passport, Certificate of Naturalization) and a photo ID to the Orientation session. Failure to do so will result in not being allowed into the BAE Systems Facility.

We are very excited to kick off our Winter Session! Do not hesitate to reach out with questions by emailing

FOCUS Brochure.pdf

FOCUS Student Application.pdf

Rivier University’s

School Nursing Fair

Join us on Friday, Dec 6th, 2019

9:30am – 1:00pm


Why be a nurse?

Discover Rivier’s Nursing Programs

Practice skills in Rivier’s Nursing Simulation Lab

Meet Rivier’s Nursing Students, Faculty & Advisors

Enjoy Lunch in Rivier’s Cafeteria

Contact: Judi O’Hara Ed.D, RN

Director: Undergraduate Nursing Education



Southern New Hampshire University invites you to attend our 2nd Adaptive Sports Showcase on Saturday, November 9, 2019, from 1-4 PM. SNHU’s DEI office and Campus Recreation along with Athletes Roll, will host this showcase as part of SNHU’s Inclusive Rec Day spotlighting that “Every Body Can”. In the morning there will be a Special Olympics Unified Basketball Tournament, followed by a pizza lunch, and rounding out the day is the Adaptive Sports Showcase. This event is free to all and is being held on the SNHU Campus in Manchester NH in the Athletic Complex.





YMCA of Downtown Manchester

Help Wanted for Youth Programs

The Granite YMCA is currently seeking Assistant Group Leaders for our After-school Programs. We are seeking energetic individuals interested in making a difference every day after-school. Applicants must have the capacity to interact with children in a nurturing manner in a licensed after-school program focused on building resilient kids and supplementing academics.

Applicants must have desire to work as part of a team and will assist in facilitation of program day. Individual will assist with assigned group, assist with planning activities and homework help, facilitation of enrichment activities, as well as, opening and closing childcare site.

Programs run from 2:50pm – 6pm

Flexible schedules & professional development opportunities. Come for a job, stay for a career!

Pay rate $9.00 - $10.25 depends on experience

Email Adrienne Royal, Senior Director of Child Development @

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Interested in a Team Joe Fall Internship?

Our interns will be working from our Manchester office at 35 W Brook St right off Elm. We are very flexible with hours and can arrange transportation.

EXCELL afterschool flyer.pdf

Excell After School Program

EXCELL in STEM permission afterschool.docx

Excell After School Program Application

Coming soon...attend if interested

Gap Year Information night Hooksett.pdf

Gap Year Information Night

I hope you've had a great summer. I wanted to reach out again with information about our fall internship program for Joyce Craig's mayoral campaign. We had a really successful intern cohort this summer of 12 students from six high schools and universities, and look forward to a new group starting in the fall.

Interns work with campaign staff, voters, and volunteers to help build our grassroots campaign, and have the opportunity to learn about many aspects of political campaigns, including organizing, finance, and communications.

As the school year starts up, please forward to students who would be interested. I'm happy to sign off on community service or career exploration forms for them, the internship suits both. Our application is at and I've attached a job description and flyer. Thank you for passing on!

Thank you,

Olivia Bergen

Organizing Director, Joyce Craig for Manchester

My name is Chau Ngo and I am the new Assistant Director at Breakthrough Manchester at the Derryfield School. I was a Manchester k-12 public school student and a former Breakthrough student, school year teaching intern, and summer teaching fellow. Since I will be in periodical contact with you, I wanted to reach out to say hello and to briefly introduce myself.

As the school year kicks-off, I also wanted to let you know that I will be mailing you information about your current ninth grade students from this summer and that we are recruiting high students for our school year program.

We are looking for strong high school juniors and seniors to teach, tutor, and mentor smart students from the Manchester Middle Schools. This is a chance for them to step up and become leaders in a community. This is a volunteer position and Teaching Interns will need to dedicate themselves to five Super Saturdays throughout the school year (9:00 am-2:00 pm). There will also be trainings every Wednesday before these Saturdays (5:00-7:00pm). For more information, please have students visit our website!


- MUST be a Junior or Senior

- Wants to work with Middle School Students/has worked with kids before

- Needs to have reliable transportation to the Derryfield School campus on training days and Super Saturdays

Application materials:

- The Application needs to be filled out and sent by

- Official or unofficial transcript needs to be sent to the Breakthrough Office by the school

- One recommendation (not a parent or guardian)


I am able to come in any time next week, if you think you might have a group of students or class that might be interested! If you or a student has a question about this program or the application, please do not hesitate to reach out or give them my email or phone number!

BAE Systems is pleased to invite your female Junior and Senior students interested in science, technology, engineering and math to apply to our Women in Technology (WiT) Program. This year we plan to continue accepting 24 students! Please feel free to submit as many student applications as you wish.

The 2019-2020 Women in Technology (WiT) Program will kick-off on October 10th @ 2:00pm with an Orientation to be held at our Hudson Facility, 65 River Rd. (directions will follow). School coordinators are welcome to attend the Orientation along with the selected students. Sessions will continue to be held each following Tuesday from 2:00-4:00pm, with Thanksgiving and winter breaks. The program concludes in February.

BAE Systems is dedicated to helping our youth and community and please ask that any student applying must be willing to make the commitment to attend every session from October through February. For each student applying, the following forms must be completed (attached and can be found on our website at

• Student Application

• Photo Release (signed by Parent/Guardian if under the age of 18)

• Liability Waiver (signed by Parent/Guardian if under the age of 18)

Due to the nature of our business all students must be U.S. citizens. The students will need to bring proof of citizenship (certified birth certificate (original), US passport, Certificate of Naturalization) and a photo ID to the Orientation session. Failure to do so will result in not being allowed into the BAE Systems Facility.

We hope that you are as excited as we are to get the 2019-2020 WiT Program underway! Please contact us if you have any questions or would like to discuss a student’s eligibility for the program.

Applications and release/waiver forms must be submitted via email to no later than September 17th. The selected students will be notified no later than September 28th. I look forward to working with you all this upcoming year!

NH WiT Application.docx
Photo Release.pdf
NH Women in Technology waiver.pdf
MCC Info Flyer Printable 2019 (003).pdf
Early College, Running Start Flyer 18 - 19.pdf






Are You Worth $17/Hr?

Our appointment setters use the phone to schedule sales appointments, and work their own schedule & hours, full time or part time. Get great training, earn a guaranteed $10/hr, and have multiple ways to bonus. $17/hr is not unusual, $25+/hr is possible. After 12 weeks of training qualified candidates can work from home. 5 Immediate Openings with $1,000 Sign On Bonus. MUST BE AT LEAST 16 YEARS OF AGE. NH Exteriors, 50 Pinewood Road, Suncook, NH. 210-0128



A great opportunity HERE


Good afternoon everyone!

My name is Kris Komisarek and I am the Recreation Director at the center. My team and myself are looking for young individuals that was to donate some of their time and energy to those that are in need. I just wanted to follow-up and reach out to those that may have some individuals that may be interested in volunteering at Genesis Hackett Hill Nursing Home.

This is a great opportunity for those that need some community service hours and/or those that may be interested in pursuing a career in the healthcare field.

Thank you,

Kris Komisarek

Kris Komisarek | Recreation Director

Hackett Hill Genesis Healthcare

191 Hackett Hill Rd, Manchester, NH 03102

P: 603-668-8161 Ext: 1118 | eFax: 610-961-5883






Don't you wish the saying, "try it before you buy it" was applicable to the jobs you were interested in? Well City Year is making your wish a reality! This January City Year Boston, New York and New Hampshire are opening their doors for a Shadow Day to allow anyone interested in learning more about our organization and the work we do the opportunity to see it in person. Shadow Day participants will visit a City Year Site, meet current corps member and follow them into their respective schools to get a glimpse in the life of a City Year AmeriCorps Member. Please check out the attached flier for more information and follow this link to RSVP for one of our events



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