CU Denver’s LYNX National Arts and Media Camp

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.

Interested in being a police officer

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

Calling all future teachers: UNC Future Teacher Conference

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. 
For more information and to register for the conference, visit

Leadership Opportunity for SVVSD students

My name is Rose Hopman and I belong to the Longmont St.Vrain Rotary Club.  We feel privileged to extend our an invitation to SVVSD high school students to apply for a unique educational leadership experience.  Our club would like to sponsor a student or two interested in attending the World Affairs Seminar 2018 on Innovation: Shaping The World You Will Inherit. The 2018 World Affairs Seminar is Saturday, June 23 – Friday, June 29th at Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin.  This seminar is for students who fit the following criteria:
– Students must be between the ages of 16-18.
– Must have completed their sophomore, junior, or senior year in high school.
– Are in good academic standing.
– Have an interest in global issues and building a strong portfolio for college and future careers.
– Can be endorsed by a school official as a student in good academic standing, with integrity, maturity and a sincere desire to participate in the unique educational opportunity. 
We would like students that are interested to complete the application and write a short essay expressing their interest and how they feel they could benefit from attending the 2018 World Affairs Seminar.  We would also request that the student(s) awarded a scholarship give a presentation detailing their experience to our rotary group upon their return.  All applications and essays should be returned to the Longmont St. Vrain Rotary Club by February 12, 2018 to allow time to process and select a candidate or two.  Awarded students would need to pay for airfare to Wisconsin but lodging and meals are covered.  (Please see attachments for more detailed information.)  This amazing opportunity has been described by many past participants as a “life changing experience” so we would like to reach as many deserving students as possible.  
Please view all seminar details and the application in the link below:  
If you have any further questions please feel free to contact me at OR  OR 303-776-2265 
Please send student applications and essays to:
High Plains Bank
Attn: Rose Hopman
Longmont St. Vrain Rotary Club

Aims Community College to present College 101

Aims Community College to present College 101 for anyone interested in going to college

Prospective students, parents, families and anyone who would like to learn more about going to college are invited to attend Aims Community College’s College 101 presentation and a story time with mascot Arty at each campus. Dinner will be provided and all activities are free.

College 101 will run from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on the following dates:

  • November 14, Greeley Campus, Cornerstone building, 5401 W. 20thStreet, Greeley, CO
  • November 28, Windsor Campus, Public Safety Institute building, 1130 South Gate Drive, Windsor, CO
  • December 4, Loveland Campus, 104 East 4thStreet, Loveland, CO
  • December 6, Fort Lupton Campus, 260 College Avenue, Fort Lupton, CO

Please RSVP through this link: or call
970-330-8008 and press 0 to RSVP.

College 101 Presentation Overview

In this presentation, attendees will hear about Aims Community College’s degree and certificate programs, and the differences between four-year universities, community colleges and private colleges. An overview of transfer credit and accreditation may also be explored.

Attendees will also learn about the Aims Admissions process. Topics will include assessment requirements, college and program orientations, college acronyms and vocabulary. College costs/debt, scholarships, and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be discussed. Aims’ Who are you? quiz is a fun wrap-up activity for attendees to explore Aims opportunities.

Story time with Arty

While parents and high school students are participating in the College 101 presentation, younger children will have an opportunity to hear the Arty Goes to College story. They will also participate in a fun activity that helps them learn about the importance of college, and lets them see themselves as a future college student.

For more information about how to apply at Aims, please visit

College Goal Sunday

When: October 8th 1-3pm

Where: Island Grove Regional Park 501 N. 14th Avenue

For additional information please call 970.339.6548

College Goal Sunday is a FREE event designed to help students plan for college, from applying for scholarships to filling out required financial aid information. (There will be a scholarship drawing!)

 FAFSA completion

 Bright Futures Grant

 Aims, UNC, CSU, Latin American Education Foundation, and Daniels Fund representatives will be present.

 Local general scholarship opportunities

 Child care area

 Snacks & Drinks

 Spanish-speaking representatives available


For more information and what to bring with you please click on the links below:

College Goal Sunday English

College Goal Sunday Spanish

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