NCSU Environmental Career Day
Are you a student interested in pursuing an environmental career? Join us to explore the exciting possibilities awaiting you!
Saturday, March 24
10:00am-1:00pm (optional majors fair from 9-10)
Jordan Hall Addition, NC State University
At this event, you will:
-Engage in hands-on activities related to our majors
-Interact with current students
-Hear from alumni in a variety of environmental professions
-Learn about the NC State admissions process and requirements
You will have the opportunity to choose one of four environmental career tracks for the day: Engineering and Innovation, In the Field and Outdoors, People and Policy, or General Sustainability (if you're not yet sure what careers most interest you).
Questions? Contact Alex Loflin at 919-515-8659 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adventures in Biotechnology
On-line applications open on February 26th and close on March 12th.
Application can be found at:
SESSIONS LOCATED AT 5000 Davis Drive, RTP, nC:
Session I: July 9 - 13
Session II: August 6 - 10
Job Resource Fair
When: Monday, March 26th from 4 to 6 p.m.
Where: Chavis Community Center (505 MLK Jr Blvd)
The City of Raleigh Community Development Division is partnering with DHIC, owners of Washington Terrace, to host a Job Resource Fair.
Click HERE for more information
Companies in attendance:
Attendees should bring their resume/past work experience and contact information to the event.
NCCU Business & Entrepreneurship Academy
The NCCU School of Business Summer Youth Business and Entrepreneurship Academy (SYBEA) is a residential 10-day program held on the campus of NCCU.
The Academy is open to high-achieving rising 10th, 11th and 12th grade students, with a "B" average or higher.
Selected students will receive business training and exposure to higher education on the campus of NCCU, along with a full scholarship to cover the cost of attendance plus materials.
For more information: http://www.nccu.edu/academics/sc/business/summer-academy/
Note in the Pocket Teen Board Applications
The Deadline to submit Teen Board Applications is April 30, 2018.
Calling All Wake County High School Teens!
Teen Board’s Mission Statement
“Teens providing school clothes to children in Wake County with dignity and love.”
Teen Board Applications will be available on Noteinthepocket/TeenBoard March 15 – April 15.
For questions, please contact email@example.com.
Application deadline: May 18, 2018.
We will accept application after this date on a rolling basis until the program has been filled.
North Carolina Wesleyan College is delighted to offer The Shelton Leadership Challenge on our campus July 8-July 13, 2018. The Shelton Challenge seeks youth that are rising 9th to 12th grades students (graduating seniors included) with a 3.0 grade point average or higher. Cost to attend the program is $500 for the week. The cost includes meals, room, transportation during the camp, and any activities that will take place during camp.
Below you will find the link to our website to pass along to students that would be interested in attending a leadership camp and engaging in values-based leadership. The core curriculum focuses on leadership roles and accountability, team building, leadership styles and situations, social responsibility, integrity as a leader, public speaking, changing behaviors and goal setting. These challenges are designed to appeal to youth who are motivated to learn how to lead others and make a difference for their families, community and nation. The results of this leadership camp have been outstanding. The growth we have seen from the students during this six day residential camp has been amazing each year.
The House and Senate Page Programs will be accepting applications until March 16th for the Summer 2018 program. This opportunity is open to current high school students, and is a wonderful chance for students to spend a week in our state's capital city examining some of the inner workings of government. Students may apply directly to their representatives in the House and/or Senate.
North Carolina House Page Program
The application will open November 2017.
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.