Any students who are interested in studying Cosmetology through the Career Development Center (CDC) should attend the Information Night on Thursday, February 1, 2018. BVSD has partnered with SVVS to offer our students Cosmetology through Boulder TEC at the Arapahoe Campus. The advantage to this situation is that students will be able to apply as 10th graders because Boulder Tec does offer a full Cos program with Hair, Skin, and Nails. The disadvantage is that students will need to provide their own transportation to the campus.
There will be a “Showcase Night” for the Cos program on February 1st, from 5-7 PM at the Boulder Campus. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.
Any questions about the program should be directed to the CDC Counselor, Becky Olson: email@example.com
Tuesday, January 30 from 7:00-8:30 pm, staff from Colorado Mountain College will be at The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, 6901 Wadsworth Blvd, Arvada. We welcome students as well as their family and friends to join us for an evening of presentations, prizes (including the chance to win a CMC student designed snowboard), lots of information about CMC and time to meet one-on-one with staff! This is a great opportunity for students to meet the staff of CMC close to home!
Students can find the sign up through www.coloradomtn.edu/denver or by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students who are interested in NJC should attend their Discovery Dayon February 19. The day will allow students to meet as a group to cover academics, financial aid, as well as athletic interests. Additionally, they will receive lunch on us and partake in a tour to familiarize themselves with campus. Students are welcome to bring their parents and experience what Northeastern has to offer together.
You can direct students to sign up using the following link: http://www.njc.edu/Admissions-and-Financial-Aid/Visit-Campus/Discovery-Days.
We wanted to remind you to please invite your seniors applying for major scholarships (such as: Daniels, Boettcher, Greenhouse, Gates) to attend a FREE Mock Scholarship Interview Event in preparation for their real scholarship interviews. Registration is required by Feb. 3rd and space is limited.
Goodwill hosts this event annually to provide major scholarship applicants an opportunity to polish their interview skills and gain valuable feedback from a panel of professionals. Attendees will also have an opportunity to meet other students from around the state and potentially their future schools, hear from a Keynote Speaker on how to make a good impression in their interview, participate in a College Panel to ask questions and get advice from current college students, and more!
Attached is a flyer that you may distribute to students and post in your school.
The event is Thursday, February 8th, 2018, from 5:00-8:00 pm (doors open at 4:30) at:
Hinkley High School
1250 Chambers Rd.
Aurora, CO 80011
Students must RSVP by February 3rd at: https://goodwillmockscholarshipinterviews2018.eventbrite.com
Please email Bethie Walters at email@example.com with any questions. Thank you for your support and for passing information along to students.
2018 Mock Scholarship Interviews – Student Flyer
The Colorado School of Mines’ Summer Multicultural Engineering Training (SUMMET) Program Application is now open!
The Summer Multicultural Engineering Training (SUMMET)
is a science and engineering program designed for rising juniors and seniors who are from underrepresented populations, including ethnic minority, rural areas and women throughout the states of Colorado and Oklahoma
.SUMMET combines course work, hands-on projects, industry tours, sporting activities and social events, providing an excellent glimpse into the lifestyle and opportunities of college. SUMMET students stay in Mines’ residence halls, experience life as a college student, and receivein STEM related curriculum instruction.
We provide room & board, including all meals, course materials and access to all off-campus events. Transportation to and from Mines is not provided.
Please let your rising juniors and seniors, who excel and show interest in math and science, know about this amazing opportunity.
SUMMET Session Dates
June 3 – June 15, 2018
June 17 – June 29, 2018
July 8 – July 20, 2018
Four Step Application Process
1. Click the application button below and submit an application by March 2, 2018
2. Student must mail one letter of recommendation from a math teacher, science teacher, counselor, coach or community member.Please note: We do NOT accept recommendations from family members.
- Recommendations must be printed on official letterhead, signed and delivered to you in a sealed envelope and mailed with all the other materials below.
- Recommendations must assess you in each of the following areas:
- Outstanding qualities in leadership and scholarship
- Academic achievements
- Community outreach
- Potential to pursue a science, engineering or math degree
- Motivation toward education
3. Student must meet a minimum unweighted GPA of 3.3, and mail our office a high school transcript.
4. Student must mail a two-page essay that answers each of the following:
- Why do you think you should be chosen to attend SUMMET?
- What school activities are you involved with and why do you chose to participate in them?
- What community service have/are you involved with and why?
- How do you expect to benefit from SUMMET?
- Please describe a stressful situation that you have encountered and how you handled it.
Student must mail one complete packet, with the above items #2 – #4, postmarked by Friday, March 2, 2018 to:
Colorado School of Mines
Admissions Office – SUMMET
1812 Illinois St.
Golden, CO 80401
Packets are not acceptable by email or fax.
If you’re interested in a career in arts and media you should check out the awesome summer camp that CU Denver’s College of Arts and Media puts on every summer. From the web site: The LYNX National Arts and Media Camps: are summer immersion programs for high school students interested in contemporary music, film, or visual arts. The camps are produced by the CU Denver College of Arts & Media and they have developed a reputation as one of the best high school summer arts camps in America. The camps are designed to be previews of our college programs. At the camps, students learn from CU Denver faculty, get a taste of college life, get mentored by current CU Denver students, and bond with other arts high school students from throughout the country. The camps take place on the CU Denver campus in downtown Denver, home to a thriving arts and music scene. We strive to inspire students, expose students to the latest arts and media technology, and help students to learn about college and career options in the arts!
Camps run from mid-June through mid-July and there are a variety of options.
Police Explorers Seek New Members
The Longmont Department of Public Safety, Police Explorer program is now accepting applications from young adults 14-20 years old with an interest in pursuing a career in policing. Longmont Police provides up-to-date training on police topics such as crime scene processing, accident investigation, high risk traffic stops, arrest procedures and much more! Explorers participate in community service projects such as crowd control, parades, traffic control and special events. Longmont Police Explorers attend competitions throughout Colorado and the western United States. These events provide the opportunity to meet and learn from other Explorer posts. Meetings are held every other Thursday from 6 pm to 9 pm. If you are interested, please call the Longmont Department of Public Safety at 303-651-8555 or visit our website.
Deadline for applications is Friday, December 22, 2017
What is iTHRIVE and How Can We Help?
AN EARLY INTERVENTION SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM
iTHRIVE is an early intervention program for teens 12-17 years of age that are struggling with alcohol or drug abuse. It’s also a program that works closely with the parents of the participating teens giving them the support they need to help their struggling teen.
There are 6 meetings in a session meeting once a week for two hours from 6:30-8:30 pm. An hour long intake must take place before enrolling for a 6 week group.
We offer groups in 3 locations.
In the teen sessions, youth receive skills needed to understand why they use, what their triggers are, and how to stop the abuse. It is a safe and supportive arena in which to listen, share and learn. While the teens meet the parents meet separately. The parents learn how substance abuse affects the developing adolescent brain, better communication skills, how to set boundaries and get support from other parents who are experiencing the same thing.
The cost of the 6-week session is on a sliding fee scale depending on family yearly gross income, (please call for fee).
TO REGISTER call us at 303-776-8184 to schedule an intake with both the teen and the parent/guardian.
To learn more about iTHRIVE, visit our website at www.thrivingteens.org or give us a call.
location to be determined
The Girls Lead the Way Conference registration is now open!
This Conference is for girls in grades 9-12 interested in being a leader in STEM. When entering collegiate or professional life, it is essential to be able to confront challenges confidently in order to successfully conquer them.
We would love for your students to join us. Please forward this to your math, science, computer science and STEM teachers to help us spread the word.
Event: Girls Lead the Way – STEM & Leadership Conference for High School Girls
Sponsored by the Society of Women Engineers – Mines Collegiate Section & the Rocky Mountain Professional Section.
Date and Time: Saturday, February 10th, 2018
8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
Location: Colorado School of Mines
1616 Maple St.
Golden, CO 80401
2018 – Girls Lead the Way Flyer
Cost: $30. Registration closes on January 30th.
Registration is open for the fourth annual UNC Future Teacher Conference on Friday, February 23, 2018 from 8:30 am to 2 pm. This free conference, designed for high school students is hosted by UNC’s School of Teacher Education, and offers a variety of presentations and workshops to help students learn what it means to become a teacher. The conference is open to any student interested in teaching. Participants will enjoy presentations from current pre-service teachers (UNC students), early career teachers, veteran educators and UNC faculty/administration.
The conference is packed with information about:
- early childhood education
- K-12 education
- special education
- educational technology
- urban education
- rural education
- english education
- physical education
The conference also includes a popular UNC student panel, games and prizes, a student-led campus tour and lunch in Holmes Dining Hall.