Student Opportunities

BAE Systems Announces...

BAE Systems is excited to be hosting another session of virtual STEM Talks for students who are interested in learning more about careers in STEM from our BAE Systems employees.

Our fall session kicks off on October 13 and runs through November 17, sessions take place on Thursday evenings from 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.

We have a great schedule of topics for the fall session including, “introduction to manufacturing”, “a day in the life of a mechanical engineer” and “STEM career paths” among others. STEM Talks are hosted by BAE Systems employees, and students will have an opportunity to learn, engage and ask questions!

Students, parents and school administrators can learn more about the program by visiting our website: www.baesystems.com/stemtalks

There is an application process for students who are interested in attending the 6-week program with a deadline of October 6.

Questions may be directed to ecd.es@baesystems.com or to Laurel Skiff, Engineering Pre and Early Career Program Manager.

Thank you,

BAE Systems STEM Talks Team

Electronic Systems

BAE Systems, Inc.


M: 603-305-4820 | E: ecd.es@baesystems.com

baesystems.com/stemtalks


The Derryfield School Announces...

For 31 years, our non-profit program has upheld the mission to place Manchester middle school students, particularly those with limited opportunities, firmly on the path to college. Through our students-teaching-students model, we are also committed to inspiring high school and college students to pursue careers in education.


As the school year kicks off, we are recruiting for School Year Teaching Interns, motivated leaders who aspire to be educators or are interested in working with middle school students. This internship is a volunteer position open to juniors and seniors in high school. Our Teaching Interns explore the world of education, gain valuable leadership skills, and the opportunity to lead a classroom through a lens of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Teaching interns have fun working with peers, attending field trips with a college focus, and mentoring younger students!

In addition to an orientation held one Wednesday evening and a Saturday in October, Teaching Interns will dedicate themselves to five Super Saturdays throughout the school year and training sessions each prior Wednesday evening. For more information, please visit our website!

Qualifications:

  • Open to high school juniors and seniors

  • Interest in teaching and mentoring middle school students

  • Prior tutoring or teaching experience is helpful (not required)

  • Transportation to The Derryfield School for orientation, training, and all sessions (please connect with us if transportation is needed and we will try to make a carpool connection.)


How to apply:

  1. Complete the Application

  2. Submit official or unofficial transcript to the Breakthrough Office

Transcript request form PDF is Attached

  1. Recommendation: submit the name and email address of a teacher, coach, employer, or other adult who has worked with you in the past year (may not be a relative)


THE APPLICATION DEADLINE IS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2022!


BTM - School Year Program Teaching Intership 22:23 !.pdf



Request for Academic Transcript 2022 (3).pdf



Southern NH AHEC Science of Health and Nursing Camp!

See informational flyers below


All camps run from 9 am-12:30 pm

Nashua: July 11-15, 2022

Manchester: July 18-22, 2022 and July 25-29, 2022

Nitanga can help answer your questions, nitanga@snhahec.org


Nashua Nursing Camp Flyer update 67.pdf



Manchester Nursing Camp flyer updated 519 (2).pdf



FREE Summer Nursing Camps at MCC


We have two Nursing camps running at Manchester Community College the weeks of July 18th and 25th, Monday through Friday from 9-12:30 pm. The camps are free to sign up for students in grade 8-10th and we will provide transportation from West High School to MCC. Both camps are identical so students have the option to sign for the first camp July 18th – 22nd or the second camp July 25th - 29th. During our sessions students will learn about different nursing careers in various settings, become certified in CPR, measure vital signs - blood pressure, temperature, and explore topics in chemistry, physics, biology and many more.

Application: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1P2A7w_x2xWdcux3GT3-T8l7AQpx52f8zpEk3tbtCNaE/edit


Women of Distinction ~ Apply Now!



For 150 years, Smith College has emboldened students to become engaged global citizens who change the world. Join the Women of Distinction program and learn more about the possibilities Smith holds for you.


Women of Distinction is an all expense paid fly-in program at Smith that serves as an opportunity for rising high school seniors (class of 2023) to learn about the unique opportunities at Smith for African American, Latina, Native American, Asian American, and first generation college students.


Attend Panels and Workshops * Learn About Student Life and the College Admission Process * Connect With Current Smith Students and Faculty



BOL Posting Doc.docx

Seniors...Are You Taking a Gap Year?

City Year New Hampshire is hiring now for the 2022-23 academic year. City Year is a paid, fulltime position as a tutor and role model to students Manchester. In City Year, you support students' academic and social growth while also growing yourself. City Year believes in the power of young people to create social change, in schools and through developing you as a leader. Its leadership development program includes career support, training on diversity and equity, discernment on mission and values, and much more. City Year members make lifelong friendships with each other as they work in teams in each school. Upon graduation, members receive a $6,400+ education on top of the $890 bi-weekly pay.


Click here for more information. To express interest, fill out this form.


I Rise Flyer.pdf

I Am College Bound!

As students head into the summer months, we want to add an extra layer of support! We are introducing I Am College Bound: I RISE. This program will assists rising college freshman with the transition from high school to college life. Our Education and Career Counselors will take you on a resourceful college tour to learn more about each department on campus, what additional resources you might not have considered, and how and when to get in contact when it is needed. In support of I RISE, colleges and universities have provided insightful remarks in what they think is important for families when making this transition.

This will be a three part series, two programs for students and one for parents. We are asking if you could share out this information to your students and their families.

We have attached a flyer with links to register. All events will be virtual and require students and parents to register. Let us know if you have any questions!


Job Corps & You

What is Job Corps?


Job Corps is a trade school, as well as an educational program for students 16-24 years old. Job Corps is federally funded through the U.S. Department of Labor, and has been in existence since 1964. Nationwide, there are 125 centers that provide training in various trades, such as medical, construction, machining, security, electrical, culinary, hospitality, and more! Enrollees that need to obtain their High School Diploma or equivalent, can also achieve their diploma during their stay as a Job Corps student.

Job Corps provides students with job training, education, housing, food, and driver’s education. Everything an individual will need to succeed in the program is 100% FREE! That said, our program is a structured program that requires an individual to have some independence, be able to work well with others, and secure a full time employment position at the completion of the program.

Job Corps is a zero tolerance facility for drugs, tobacco, alcohol, weapons, and violence. Any individual looking to enroll into our program must be able to pass a drug screen and remain drug free throughout their stay, which can range anywhere from nine months to two years. If/when a zero tolerance is breached, this student will be separated from the program immediately.


Kristen Dennison B.S.

Outreach Admission Counselor

NH Job Corps

943 Dunbarton Road

Manchester, NH 03102

dennison.kristen@jobcorps.org

Office: (603) 695-8890

Work Cell: (978) 331-0130

NHJCC Eligibility Flyer.pdf



NHJC Trades.pdf



NHJCC Center Flyer.pdf



FREE HVAC101 Class next Fall at

Manchester Community College

Fall registration is now open for high school students to sign up for the Saturday HVAC 101 course beginning 9/3/22 at MCC!

Students shouldn’t wait, these WILL fill quickly! Really easy to sign up!

Taking HVAC101 in the fall allows students to continue with additional HVAC classes for free in the Spring!

This is a great opportunity for any high school student who may be considering (or not even considering) HVAC as a career choice. It is a 3 credit college class that at minimum can be used for an open elective toward any college degree. With early college and the governor’s scholarship it’s free!


HVAC 101 will be offered two times next semester:


1st 8 week beginning on 9/3. It is an 8 week class. Saturdays -Times: 8:00 – 10:30 am

10447 HVAC101M Introduction to HVAC Systems (HYBRID: Online plus on campus Saturdays) 3

OR

2nd 8 week beginning on 10/29. It is an 8 week class. Saturdays - Times: 8:00 – 10:30 am

10983 HVAC101M Introduction to HVAC Systems (HYBRID: Online plus on campus Saturdays) 3


Registering will be done via email.

Mr. Grenier is the instructor and he can answer any specific questions you may have about the class itself.

Tools and textbooks ARE provided by MCC for students in HVAC101 to use.

Please let me know if you have any additional questions about the HVAC Program that I can answer.

Click the link below and Check out the HVAC Program Videos! Please feel free to share these with peers, students, parents or anyone whom you think should see them!

Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC) Degree Program - Manchester Community College, New Hampshire (mccnh.edu)

Edward Curran

Professor HVAC

Manchester Community College

1066 Front Street, Manchester, NH 03102

(603) 206-8041

ecurran@ccsnh.edu



YMCA Lifeguard Certifications May.June.pdf

Attention Student Journalists

Click here for a great workshop opportunity!

BAE Systems is pleased to be continuing the STEM Talks series this spring!

STEM Talks is a series of virtual information sessions hosted by BAE Systems employees to help students understand topics related to science, technology, engineering and math, as well as learn about career pathways in these areas.

STEM Talks will be hosted weekly on Wednesdays from 4:30 to 6:00 PM EST, via Zoom, starting on May 4 and ending June 15.

Topics include: Evolution of Electronics, Microcontroller Circuits and Code, Embedded Software, Optics/RF, Mechanical Engineering, STEM Career Paths, and Manufacturing.

Because these are interactive sessions, pre-registration is required to attend and attendance is limited to 50 students per session. Students in grades 9-12 are welcome to participate. Students are not required to attend all sessions and can select the STEM Talks that align with their interests!

Students who would like to participate should fill out an interest form on the Tallo platform.

If you have questions in advance please contact ecd.es@baesystems.com


Saint Anselm Wants You to Spend Part of Your

Summer With Them!

We invite students to spend part of the summer at Saint Anselm College! Day and overnight summer camps are available for students with a variety of interests. They can learn to program a quantum computer, work on their football skills or engage with Saint Anselm faculty learning about leadership styles through the ages (and earn college credit!).


Staffed by Saint Anselm professors, students, coaches and outside experts, students will have access to Saint Anselm facilities and enjoy the beauty of the Hilltop during their time at camp.


Q-School

July 11 – 22


Saint Anselm College will offer Q-School, an overnight summer camp aimed at high school students with an interest in studying quantum physics and information science. The camp assumes no background knowledge and will be taught by top university professors and industry experts. Students will learn how to program a quantum computer, learn to use equipment in our Quantum Optics Laboratory, and participate in a Hackathon to solve real-world quantum computing problems.


Sports Camps

For Summer 2022, Saint Anselm Athletics is offering a variety of sports clinics for high school students. These camps will focus on skill development, technical knowledge, partial and full game play, and tactical training.


Current camps being offered:

Women:

  • Saint Anselm Women’s Soccer Overnight Camp: 7/10-7/13

  • Hawks Field Hockey Summer Clinic: 7/16 - 9:30-2:30pm

Men:

  • 2022 Prospect Camp (Football) 7/23 (Session #1 11-3pm) (Session #2 2:30-6:30pm)

Saint Anselm Drone Camp

July 10 – 15, 2022


Saint Anselm College will offer the Saint Anselm Drone Camp, an overnight summer camp aimed at high school students with an interest in studying the construction and ethics of flying autonomous drones. The camp assumes no background experience and will be taught by Saint Anselm professors and industry experts. Students will learn Python programming, how to construct and operate and aerial drones, the basics of machine learning and AI, and the ethics of drones and modern technology.Princes, Presidents, & People: Human Leadership in Literature and History

June 21 – July 9, 2022


Saint Anselm College’s Gregory J. Grappone ’04 Humanities Institute is offering a team-taught Humanities course for college-aspirant high school students seeking to take a college-level academic course and earn college credit doing so. The course will examine examples of leadership from the age of European monarchs to the emergence of Democracy and contemporary politics. The course will be team taught by Saint Anselm Professors Dr. Andrew Moore and Dr. Gary Bouchard.

For more information about all of the camps, please visit www.anselm.edu/summer-camps.


UNH Manchester Summer 2022 ESOL Program

We’re excited to announce our UNH Manchester Summer 2022 ESOL Program. Please encourage interested students to apply. They can submit a hard copy of the application (attached) or apply through this link: https://bit.ly/ESOLapp. Please see attached flyer for additional information and reach out with any questions. As always, tuition waivers and scholarships are available.


UNH MANCHESTER SUMMER ESOL PROGRAM 2022

About the Program

Want to improve your English Skills?

The English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Program at UNH Manchester has helped over 500 students from more than 65 countries embark on new and productive lives in the United States. Supported by a UNH instructor and guest speakers, you’ll develop English writing, listening, reading, and speaking skills through:

Class discussions and presentations

Guest speakers from the UNH and Manchester communities

Reading and writing assignments

Library research

This 5 week intensive program is designed for students who plan to pursue a college education, but individuals wishing to improve English skills for career or personal advancement are also welcome. Due to space limitations, preference will be given to Manchester area residents.

Program Details

When July 6-August 4, 8:30am – 12:30pm, Monday-Thursday

Cost $400 (tuition scholarships available)

Location In-person on campus at UNH Manchester 88 Commercial Street, Manchester, NH

Eligibility and Application Process

Students should be age 18 years or older and have an intermediate level of English competency. To apply:

Complete an application (https://bit.ly/ESOLapp)

Write a personal essay (included in application)

Request a letter of recommendation from a teacher, guidance counselor,

or colleague and have them submit at this link:(https://bit.ly/ESOLrec)

Take a computerized test through UNH Manchester’s Center for Academic Enrichment

Contact Us

For more information and to apply, contact:

Emily Kerr, M.Ed

Multilingual Learner Support Coordinator Center for Academic Enrichment

Emily.Kerr@unh.edu • 603-641-4320

or

Donna Laferriere

Administrative Assistant

Center for Academic Enrichment

Donna.Laferriere@unh.edu• 603-641-4113


ESOL Program flyer 2022 summer.pdf



ESOL Summer 2022 Application.docx



Registration for the 2022 Summer Leadership Program is OPEN!

Our signature Summer Leadership Program is a dynamic residential week of leadership development, self-discovery, and social connection for high school students from all over NH and New England!

join us

Sunday, April 7th - Friday, April 12th

Lions Camp Pride in New Durham, NH

Who should come to the Summer Leadership Program?

Any teen you know!

Whether already involved or looking for their path,

this program is for all teens!

Scholarship opportunities available!





Summer Institute for High School Juniors & Graduating Seniors!


Based on Lindt’s continuing need to hire and the opportunity to provide valuable opportunities to students, we are again offering a unique Summer Institute program for high school juniors and graduating seniors. Lindt, located in Stratham, NH is a recognized leader in the market for premium quality chocolate. Lindt has built a reputation as one of the most creative companies crafting premium chocolate.

The Lindt Summer Institute Program combines full-time paid experience, an education program including hands-on learning, job shadowing and mentoring in advanced manufacturing. Participants will also be registered into a nationally recognized US Department of Labor Registered Apprenticeship Program. Graduating seniors who are successful in the program will have the opportunity to join Lindt as a full-time employee, and juniors may have the opportunity to continue working on a limited basis throughout the following school year with potential full-time employment with Lindt after high school. There is no cost to the students that are selected to participate in the program – it is a paid apprenticeship program ($16/hour on first shift or $17/hour on second shift + 10% shift differential).

I’ve attached a program letter and flyer on Lindt’s Summer Institute, including key dates and deadlines. If you could get this distributed to students who you think might be interested, we would certainly appreciate it. Also, if you have a way of getting this information out to parents, it may engage more students.

Students should complete an on-line application by going to www.jobs.lindtusa.com and searching for #22-623 “Lindt Summer Institute”.

Applications deadline is May 16th.


Lindt Summer Institute Marketing Flyer.pdf



Lindt Summer Institute Applicant Letter.pdf




FREE HVAC class being offered again this fall at Manchester Community College

Fall registration is now open for high school students to sign up for the HVAC 101 course at MCC!

Students shouldn’t wait, these WILL fill quickly!

Taking HVAC101 in the fall allows students to continue with additional HVAC classes for free in the Spring!

This is a great opportunity for any high school student who may be considering (or not even considering) HVAC as a career choice. It is a 3 credit college class that at minimum can be used for an open elective toward any college degree. With early college and the governor’s scholarship it’s free!

HVAC 101 will be offered two times next semester:

1st 8 week beginning on 9/3. It is an 8 week class. Saturdays -Times: 8:00 – 10:30 am

10447 HVAC101M Introduction to HVAC Systems (HYBRID: Online plus on campus Saturdays) 3

OR

2nd 8 week beginning on 10/29. It is an 8 week class. Saturdays - Times: 8:00 – 10:30 am

10983 HVAC101M Introduction to HVAC Systems (HYBRID: Online plus on campus Saturdays) 3


Tools and textbooks ARE provided by MCC for students in HVAC101 to use.

Please let me know if you have any additional questions about the HVAC Program that I can answer.

Click the link below and Check out the HVAC Program Videos! Please feel free to share these with peers, students, parents or anyone whom you think should see them!

Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC) Degree Program - Manchester Community College, New Hampshire (mccnh.edu)


Project LEAP 2022 Application Information.pdf
EXCELLL Program flyer 2022 summer.pdf

Are You Interested in Journalism?

Here are two exciting programs the New England Newspaper and Press Association promotes.


Journalism Education Foundation of New England Scholarship Program

The New England Newspaper and Press Association awards up to 5 scholarships each year, ranging from $2,000 - $2,500 to aspiring journalists through the Journalism Education Foundation of New England. Our foundation strives to encourage and support young people who plan to pursue a career in the newspaper industry. High school seniors from New England, who are studying journalism, are eligible to apply. The application deadline is April 1, 2022.

Find out more


New England High School Journalism Collaborative Summer Workshop

This is an all-expense-paid summer workshop for students interested in journalism. The 2022 workshop dates are June 25 – July 1, 2022. The program is intended for students who are from traditionally underserved populations from urban areas. Some preference is given to current juniors and seniors in high school. To apply students will need to provide a school transcript and teacher recommendation. The application deadline is April 1, 2022.

Find out more


Please follow the links to find out more about the programs.



STEM is all about exploring, creating, building, and

making things better,

and at our Summer STEM program, you'll do just that!


Are you thinking of a career as a coder, game developer, designer, or robotics engineer? Then start with the experience of a world-class program like the Naval Academy's Summer STEM Program!

The Summer STEM program involves a vibrant week of problem-solving, exploratory learning, critical thinking, and team building for rising 9th-11th graders interested in a future in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

You'll work with students from all over the country as you test your problem-solving, creativity, and collaboration skills.

Use the link below to learn more about the program and apply by no later than March 31, 2022! If you have already submitted an application, please disregard this message.


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Click here to APPLY NOW

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FREE offer for high school students who want to become LNA’s!

One class is a full-time 6 week program that will leave students who pass with a certificate for LNA, Phlebotomy, CPR and EKG! The class costs $5,500, and that includes the state/ national exams, textbooks, uniforms, and other supplies. Our next class start June 27th! Attached is a flyer with more information on the program

We are also offering FREE tuition for high school students who want to take an LNA class with us! Typically, each LNA class costs $2,000, but it would be free for students who are still in high school! If you know any students who are interested, please email brenda@lnahc.com for more information.


Interested in becoming an Actuary?

An actuary is a business professional who uses mathematical and

financial tools to help identify and manage risk, so it's a great career

for students who are strong mathematically but who are not necessarily

interested in teaching. It's also great for students who like business

and have good math aptitude.


I run a one-week summer program for rising high school seniors who want

to learn more about the profession. Here's a link to the program web site:

http://www.lvc.edu/academics/summer-community-programming/actuarial-science-camp/

Because of Covid, we're running this year's camp remotely and reducing the price from 950 to 600. However, we're preserving the vital aspects of the experience:

  • students will work in teams and present their solutions to relevant problems;

  • practicing actuaries will give real time presentations and work with students on mini-projects;

  • RAs will facilitate co-curricular programming for students.

If you or your students have questions, or if you'd rather not receive this message, please let me know.

Cheers,


Patrick Brewer

Director of Actuarial Science

Lebanon Valley College

717-867-6082


Why Study Nursing.pdf

Why Study Nursing?

The NHCUC Admission Directors Committee is excited to present "why study...Nursing" featuring several NH colleges and universities on Wednesday, January 19 at 5:30 PM via Zoom webinar (participants join without video but can ask questions using the Q & A feature).

Prospective students, families, and school counselors are invited to

  • learn about careers in nursing

  • learn about pathways to study nursing in NH

  • ask questions about a career in nursing

Please see the attached flyer for more information about this opportunity and share it (via social, with GU coordinators, NH scholars, and school counselors, etc...)!

There is no advance registration, the link, https://tinyurl.com/yks5w27c, will open the webinar on 1/19 at 5:30 PM.

Attention West Seniors & Parents

The application for the $5,000 Brodsky Prize is now available on-line and due Thursday, March 31st. This prize is open to high school students who live in New Hampshire and attend public, charter or parochial schools. Students who live in a neighboring state, but attend a NH School, are also eligible. Judging criteria includes student's journalistic initiative and enterprise, as well as what Brodsky calls "a contrarian nature and out-of-the-box thinking." To apply, please go to: https://thebrodskyprize.com/.

Spring registration is now open to sign up for the HVAC 101 course at MCC!

Students shouldn’t wait, they WILL fill quickly!

This is a great opportunity for any high school student who may be considering (or not even considering) HVAC as a career choice. It is a 3 credit college class that at minimum can be used for an open elective toward any college degree. With early college and the governor’s scholarship it’s free!

HVAC 101 will be offered two times next semester:

1st 8 week beginning on 1/22. It is an 8 week class. Times: 8:00 – 10:30 am


23238 HVAC101M Introduction to HVAC Systems (HYBRID: Online plus on campus Saturdays) 3

OR

2nd 8 week beginning on 3/26. It is a 7 week class. Times: 8:00 – 10:30 am

20670 HVAC101M Introduction to HVAC Systems (HYBRID: Online plus on campus Saturdays) 3


Mr. Wheelock, the Early College Coordinator, can assist with registering for the HVAC 101 Saturday course. Registering will be done via email.

Ms. Strong is the instructor and she can answer any specific questions you may have about the class itself.

Tools and textbooks ARE provided by MCC for students in HVAC101 to use.

Please let me know if you have any additional questions about the HVAC Program that I can answer.

Click the link below and Check out the HVAC Program Videos! Please feel free to share these with peers, students, parents or anyone whom you think should see them!

Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC) Degree Program - Manchester Community College, New Hampshire (mccnh.edu)


BIPOCGroup.pdf
2021-22 GRTC Flyer-FINAL.pdf

Internship Opportunity!

Girls Rock the Capitol!!!

Contact:

Melissa R. Mason

grtc@girlscoutsgwm.org

Are you interested in Jewelry, Design, Business, or Marketing?

If yes, Day's Jewelers has something for you!

High School Internship Program_school presentation.docx



High School Internship Posting.docx



Interested in Becoming an Actuary?


An actuary is a business professional who uses mathematical and

financial tools to help identify and manage risk, so it's a great career

for students who are strong mathematically but who are not necessarily

interested in teaching. It's also great for students who like business

and have good math aptitude.


I run a one-week summer program for rising high school seniors who want

to learn more about the profession. Here's a link to the program web site:


http://www.lvc.edu/academics/summer-community-programming/actuarial-science-camp/


Because of Covid, we're running this year's camp remotely and reducing the price from 950 to 600. However, we're preserving the vital aspects of the experience:

  • students will work in teams and present their solutions to relevant problems;

  • practicing actuaries will give real time presentations and work with students on mini-projects;

  • RAs will facilitate co-curricular programming for students.

If you have any questions, contact the person listed below.

Patrick Brewer

Director of Actuarial Science

Lebanon Valley College

717-867-6082


NH Job Corps has RE-OPENED!

Job Corps provides, 100% FREE housing, food, job training, high school diploma, GED, drivers license, resume writing, job search, job training and job placement!

If you know someone who may need STABILITY and assistance in their life, please forward this information to them or their parents or guardians.

* NH Job Corps is 100% FREE for eligible applicants.

* We are federally funded and operated under the U.S. Dept. of Labor.

* There are 121 Job Corps centers nationwide.

* The goal of Job Corps is to help underprivileged youngsters obtain financial and educational stability, with the end goal of landing a great paying job, and self-sustainability.

* The program is primarily aimed toward young people ages 16-24 yrs old, BUT if someone has a MH disability, educational disability such as an IEP or 504, or physical disability, the entry age is limitless!

* Students can be full residential, or commuter students. We provide 100% of costs to live, train and achieve an education on our center.

Some of the trades offered are:

1. Pharmacy Tech

2. Automotive Tech

3. Computer Tech

4. Welding

5. Plumbing

6. HVAC

7. Clinical Medical Assistant

8. Medical Admin Assistant

9. Licensed Nursing Assistant

10. Construction

11. Advanced Manufacturing

12. Security

13. Facility Maintenance

14. Culinary

15. And so many more!

For more information, please contact:

Kelly Hillyer

Admissions Counselor

603-695-8888

Hillyer.kelly@jobcorps.org

New Hampshire Job Corps

943 Dunbarton Road

Manchester, NH 03102


Early College, Running Start Flyer 2020.pdf

MCC Offers Many Opportunities to Get a Jump Start on College



Opportunity for Math & Finance Students

An actuary is a business professional who uses mathematical and

financial tools to help identify and manage risk, so it's a great career

for students who are strong mathematically but who are not necessarily

interested in teaching. It's also great for students who like business

and have good math aptitude.


There's a one-week summer program for rising high school seniors who want

to learn more about the profession. Here's a link to the program web site:


http://www.lvc.edu/academics/summer-community-programming/actuarial-science-camp/

HiSET Plus Program Flyer.pdf
2014_Participant_Waiver_Form.pdf



BAE Systems Engineering Career Day_Application_2019-2020_FINALV2.pdf




Future

Educators

Club


FEC.pdf


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 2:50 pm – 6 pm

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 @ aroyal@graniteymca.org

For Teens, Outdoors Is Greater

UNH study finds adventure therapy cheaper than traditional therapy

www.unh.edu/unhtoday/2019/09/teens-outdoors-greater-0


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 bit.ly/JCInternship and I've attached a job description and flyer. Thank you for passing on!

Thank you,

Olivia Bergen

Organizing Director, Joyce Craig for Manchester

drive.google.com/open?id=0BwLpXTbYEzIUWGU1dlRXTllmUEs2MkdPZ1JGMXBmNTFtRWxz

drive.google.com/open?id=0BwLpXTbYEzIUWGU1dlRXTllmUEs2MkdPZ1JGMXBmNTFtRWxz

MCC Info Flyer Printable 2019 (003).pdf
Early College, Running Start Flyer 18 - 19.pdf