Virtual College Tours
One-stop link to virtual college tours for Universities within the North Carolina System
Virtual College Workshops
Virtual Workshop Series for all high school students. Each Monday GPC staff will be hosting virtual workshops on various topics. Most days, they will host two different workshops using Eastern Standard Time (EST). Sessions at 10 AM will cover topics mostly pertaining to underclass students. Sessions at 2 PM will cover topics mostly pertaining to Seniors. Students are encouraged to attend any and all workshops.
College & Career Promise Update (CCP-Dual Enrollment)
Wake Tech has now developed the Mandatory Information Session Online! Students who currently have the capability will be able to complete the Mandatory Information Session on their webpage. If you have already attended an informational session you do not need to do the online session. In order for students to obtain the credit for attendance they must do the following:
- Watch the ENTIRE video https://www.waketech.edu/admissions-aid/career-and-college-promise/info-session
- Sign-In, and
- Complete the survey
Failure to do all three may result in not receiving the application materials.
Providing this online version will assist students as we deal with the current situation.
SEE MCHS CCP document attached for more information.
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences' (CALS) Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) at NCSU (https://cals.ncsu.edu/about/diversity/) is hosting a FREE summer program, called CAALS 3-D, from July 20th through July 24th, 2020, for rising 11th and 12th grade high school students.
They are inviting students from local high schools, to NCSU for a four-day research experience with faculty in their college. The goal of this program is to introduce underrepresented students with interests in science to the science of agriculture and biotechnology, one of the most prolific career paths in North Carolina. Please see the attached information card, (flyer link) - https://go.ncsu.edu/caals3dinformation
Interested students need to apply via: go.ncsu.edu/CAALS3D and submit a teacher/counselor recommendation via: http://go.ncsu.edu/CAALS3Drec. Selected students will be notified via email before July 1st.
Internship in Construction Management
Build Up your skills and expand your knowledge this summer with DPR Construction’s Build Up Internship in Construction Management. Tool belts not required!
Obtain qualifications and application at http://go.dpr.com/build-up-internship
Deadline: May 1, 2020
Wanted: Bright, curious students, who see possibilities they can create with science, technology, engineering, and math
The MIT Beaver Works Summer Institute (BWSI) Online Educational Program Nomination for rising seniors is now open for 2020! Students must be nominated by a teacher or guidance counselor in order to participate in the program. To get your teacher to nominate you to to https://mit-bwsi.formstack.com/forms/bwsi_nomination_onlinecourse_2020 .
MIT Beaver Works Summer Institute (https://beaverworks.ll.mit.edu/CMS/bw/bwsi) is a rigorous, world-class STEM program for talented and passionate high school students. The four-week summer program at MIT teaches STEM skills through project-based, workshop-style courses. BWSI program started in 2016 and it was a huge success (4-week residential program at MIT, no-cost to students, 46 students from 24 high schools, 24 from out-of-state and 22 from Boston area as daytime students).
See the attached handout for more information.