Air Force Officer Shadow Day
Deadline to register: March 24
Are you interested in being an Air Force officer? Are you interested in attending North Carolina State University? If so, then feel free to sign up for Detachment 595’s Shadow Day! Det 595 hosts a Shadow Day every semester that provides the opportunity for High School juniors, seniors, and even college students to learn about what life as a cadet is like. If you are interested, read the Event Details below and make sure to Register no later than the deadline posted. Frequently Asked Questions are answered at the bottom of this page.
DET 595 SHADOW DAY
High School juniors, seniors, and In-College students interested in ROTC
Date: 29 Mar 17
Timespan: 0800-1700 (8AM-5PM)
Location: Reynolds Coliseum for arrival & departure
Registration: Due by 24 Mar 17
Point of Contact: Recruiting Flight Commander or via phone at 919-515-1551 and the Cadet Recruiting Officer.
Shadow Day is designed to provide a first-hand experience into the daily life as both a college student and AFROTC cadet. A campus tour will be provided showing all that NC State has to offer on both main Campus and Centennial Campus. Cadets from the detachment will also be available on the tour and throughout the day, so bring any questions with you and ask as many questions as you can during the day! Our cadets’ intent is to provide full honest opinions & any knowledge to the shadows. Shadows will also experience our AFROTC Leadership Laboratory at the end of the class day where the entire Cadet Wing comes together for mass instruction.
North Carolina House Page Program
The rolling application period for 2017 is still open.
This program offers young men and women the opportunity to learn about, and participate in, the legislative process of our state. It is a four day long experience that allows high school students between the ages of 15 and 18 (or 14 if already in the 9th grade) to observe firsthand how our laws are made. It provides them the unique privilege of working in the House Chamber in the midst of legislative action. Students can earn volunteer hours for their career exploring service, or a small stipend.
North Carolina Senate Page Program
WCPSS Future Teachers Scholarship !!!
Deadline: 5:00pm, March 31st
This program offers the students summer professional development while in college and the guarantee of a job offer with WCPSS when they graduate.
See https://docs.google.com/document/d/14inM6z3MUnRxoDOZ4Nzn77xN0cbW-RVBMcFQEmxtL-A/edit?usp=sharing for complete information
United States Military Academy - West Point - Summer Leaders Experience
Window Opens: 15 January 2017
Window Closes: 30 March 2017
The Summer Leaders Experience (SLE) is highly competitive since there are normally 6,000 applicants and just 1,000 attendees. SLE gives high school juniors a week to experience life as a cadet to inform their college selection decision. SLE is a fast-paced program of academic classes, military training, physical fitness training, and intramural athletics conducted during the month of June each year. You must have standardized test scores to be considered for SLE. For more information see the website listed above.
Note in the Pocket (NITP)
Deadline: April 25, 2017
The purpose of the Teen Board Internship is to:
Students should complete and submit the application, along with two letters of reference (one must be a school staff recommendation), to NITP on or before Tuesday, April 25, 2017.
Teen Board interviews will be conducted in early May at the NITP location at Lacy Avenue in Raleigh. Students chosen for the 2017-18 Teen Board will be notified of their selection by May 31, 2017. Twenty (20) students will be selected from Wake County to serve a one-year term on the NITP Teen Board from June, 2017 – May, 2018. Teen Board members will be expected to attend regularly scheduled meetings and participate in volunteer and fund raising events.
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NCSU Veterinary Medicine Open House
Saturday, April 1; 9:00-3:00
Make yourself at home at the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine as they open their doors to the public for their annual Open House from 9am to 3pm on April 1st.
Go behind the scenes at the school, get up close and personal with animals and meet the faculty, staff and students who make their institution on of a kind. Animal lovers of all sizes can also get hands-on experiences in what being a veterinarian is all about.
Location: NC State College of Veterinary Medicine
Centennial Biomedical Campus
1060 William Moore Drive
Raleigh, NC 27607
ASVAB SPRING TESTING REGISTRATION IS OPEN
The spring administration of the ASVAB will be on April 19, 2017, from 7:25-10:30, at Middle Creek.
https://goo.gl/forms/MDAmKCea3g2r621l1. Students must be registered by April 18.
NC Community Development Initiative - Youth Leadership Program-Summer Internship
To apply, please visit http://ncinitiative.org/sector-leadership/youth/
Deadline to apply is March 31.
See Mrs. Smith, Career Development - Student Services, prior to applying.
The Initiative’s Youth Leadership Program, launched in 2008, aims to develop the next generation of North Carolina leaders through an intensive, innovative six-week summer program.
The program places rising high school seniors in internships with high-performing community organizations around the state. It exposes them to the world of community economic development while giving them experience in the workplace.
The Initiative provides a stipend ($2,250) for each student in exchange for work on a five-week project at a nonprofit in their home community. Interns have completed projects such as coordinating a community health fair, assisting with creating a business plan, creating youth programs for children, building community gardens, developing community outreach campaigns and assisting with the documentation of the organization’s work in the community (via photos, video, testimonials, reports, etc.).
Interns gather every two weeks in Raleigh to share experiences and participate in forums designed to hone their leadership skills, including:
NEXT GEN PROGRAM
Deadline: April 3, 2017, at 11:59 pm EST
NextGen is a week-long leadership and civic engagement program for current high school juniors. CHCI will bring a group of students to D.C. to learn about how the Federal Government works, meet key leaders, visit historic sites and develop a deeper understanding of how they can affect positive change in their communities and their nation.
The program, which will take place July 23- 28, 2017, is completely FREE of charge to all selected student participants.
More details are available online.
SUMMER TEEN LEADERSHIP & SERVICE PROGRAM
Register at https://goo.gl/rRXuIy
The Summer Teen Leadership & Service Program will take place during TWO 1-Week Sessions:
WEEK 1: June 26-30, 2017
WEEK 2: To Be Confirmed
The Teen Leadership and Service program is a week-long, intensive summer program that gives participants opportunities to learn about a variety of community issues, such as poverty, hunger, and the environment and about the role volunteerism plays in making a difference in the community. Teens will tap into their personal leadership potential and explore their passion for social change, get hands-on experience designing their own project for social change and receive feedback and guidance from community leaders and professionals, participate in a community service project where they can see what they’ve learned in action, and present their ideas for making a difference to community leaders,
nonprofits, and peers at a showcase event!
Wake Tech's Summer Camps
Designed to excite and inspire young minds as they explore their interests and consider career options for the future. Camps are geared to specific grade or age levels and have a limited number of spaces available. Please visit http://www.waketech.edu/summer-camps for camp information.
Scholarships are offered for select camps.