Student Opportunities

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