Providence Medical Group on Mill Plain will be hosting a Career Highlight session. It is a free, 3-hour course, that allows High School students to be converse with health care professionals in a small setting. This will take place on Saturday, Dec. 5 from 9 am- Noon. If you are interested in registering for this event, sign up here:Providence Medical Tour
If you are a Junior or Senior student and you’re looking for a job; then I have a position for you! A local family is looking to hire a Nanny who will also tutor their children. This position will take place on Fridays between 4:30 and 8:30pm. The kids are 6 and 9 years old and they need help in the areas of reading and mathematics. If you are interested in this position, see Miss. Walcott in the Career Center.
The Business After School Program will be touring two local companies in the Month of December. They are giving interested students an open door to tour Plexsys and Rebound Orthopedic & Neurosurgery. Space is limited and you will want to Register Here and secure your spot! You have until December 1st to Register.
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Thursday Trades is a new program here at CHS! It opens doors for community members from various Career Fields, to come in to the school and share about their specific Field. Our first meeting will be held on Thursday, November 12th in the Career Center during both A and B Lunch! We have a Public Relations Officer from On PR coming in and sharing what it takes to excel in the field and how you can begin preparing NOW for future employment.
Seniors, are you applying to Seattle U? Do you have a strong g.p.a.? Demonstrated leadership through school activities and community service? Have a commitment to social justice and the well-being of others? Then consider applying for the Sullivan Leadership Scholarship. The deadline for this full room and board and tuition scholarship is November 15th so don’t delay! Complete details can be found Here.
Have you ever considered pageantry as a means to obtain scholarship money? The Miss Clark County’s Outstanding Teen competition is opening positions for ages 13-17 (not seniors) and awards hundreds of dollars in prizes. If this is something that interests you be sure to turn in the2016 Contestant_Applicationby November 8th.
The Washington Aerospace Scholars program is open to high school juniors that are residents of Washington State and United States citizens. You must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0. See theApplication for further information and note that the deadline to apply is Friday, November 6th.