A Local Retired Couple Is Looking For Help With Maintaining Their Farm


This couple lives on 5 acres of land and the job would include:

  Yard care

  Pasture cleanup after high winds

  Pressure washing – blowing

  Wood stacking/splitting

  Barn cleanup

  Hay stacking

  Burning

  Help clean and organize garage tools

  Stain lawn furniture 

They are willing to pay  $15.00 an hour and students must have their own transportation, willing to work in 4 hour increments and must be self-motivated. See Mrs. O in the Career Center for contact information for this family.

Seniors, Interested in attending WSU? I have a scholarship opportunity for you!

WSUThe WSU Regents scholarship is now open! This Scholarship will award $4,000 per academic year for four years to qualified students. In order to qualify; Students must have a 3.5 GPA, submit their High School Transcript,  Summary of Results for their SAT/ ACT test and submit an essay stating why attending WSU would help them achieve their future Career Goals.

All of this must be turned into the Career Center by Friday, October 6th.

Click the following link to see if you qualify:Regent Scholarship Eligibility Calculator

Volunteer Opportunity!


The West Columbia Gorge Humane Society is looking for student volunteers to help in the mornings with cleaning in the cat shelter and they’re willing to give you credit for school or help you with your Senior Project.  Normally, cleaning hours for those 16-18 years of age are Monday-Saturday from 9-11, but they are willing to be flexible on those times, depending on your schedule.

They are also offering internships in the office during open hours. Students must be 16-18 years old to apply.

If you’re interested, you can sign up at the following website:  wcghs.org/

A Local Family Is looking For A Nanny To Watch Their Kids. Interested? See Below

They’re looking for a high school student to babysit after school and weekends.  Student would mainly be used on Friday or Saturday nights but we occasionally have a need during the week with various appointments.  They have two boys, ages 2 and 5 and they have lots of energy, love going to the park, library, and going for walks around Lacamas Lake! The Family lives near the high school and can pay $10 an hour.  Student should have their own transportation, enjoys being around children and has previous experience babysitting. You can contact the family at:megaskerr@aol.com

The Pacific Northwest College Of Arts Is Hosting An Open House Event!

PNCA is having an open house event on September 30 from 12:00 pm -5:00 pm. It’s a great opportunity to check out the college from every angle. Students will be able to get a feel for the campus and the community in person (highly recommended!), and they will be able to attend info sessions on the College Application Process and Financial Aid.

They are also offering free workshops in printmaking and WACOM 2D animation, as well as portfolio reviews!

For more information and to RSVP, here is the event link:

https://cal.pnca.edu/e/2128?s=20170930

Interested In The Service Academy? See Below!


Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler is pleased to announce the 2017 Service Academy Information Session will be held on Saturday, September 30 from 10-Noon at the Vancouver Community Library.

Prospective academy candidates and their families will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from each of the military academies and members of the Congresswoman’s Selection Committee who will be able to answer questions about the academies and the nomination process.

The University of Portland Has A Upcoming Event!


The University of Portland Financial Aid Department  is offering their annual High School Financial Aid Event on Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 10:00 AM on the University of Portland Campus in the Buckley Center Auditorium. Students and families must RSVP online at www.up.edu/finaid/RSVP

UP will present on the overall financial aid process, including the 2018-19 FAFSA and the federal and state financial aid options that come from filing a FAFSA. They will discuss Oregon and Washington state specific scholarship applications, provide some tips and tricks to applying for private scholarships, and answer any and all questions along the way.