Health Careers Day on the HillRegistration FILLS UP FAST!
SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 2019 9:45 AM - 5:45 PM
Register at https://nchcap.unc.edu/pre-college/health-careers-day-on-the-hill/
Held at UNC School of Medicine, this event gives high school students the opportunity to learn more about health careers through interactive sessions and a resource fair.
Enjoy presentations from: UNC School of Medicine UNC School of Dentistry UNC Student Life Organizations and MORE! Registration is $30 per student and lunch is provided.
The ECU Miller School of Entrepreneurship presents:
A summer camp for emerging entrepreneurs in North Carolina. Designed to teach students the basics of entrepreneurship and how to launch your business idea. The camp will conclude with a mock pitch competition. If interested visit your Career and Technical Education teacher at your high school. Applications must be in by May 10, 2019, students will be notified by May 17, 2019.
For more info contact Corey Pulido at firstname.lastname@example.org
Red Hat Shelton Leadership Challenge Registration Open:
Calling all rising 9th through 12th grade students - apply for the Red Hat Shelton Challenge! (See attached flyer and key information document)
The Red Hat Shelton Challenge is a six-day summer experience for rising first-year students, sophomores, juniors, and seniors in high school. Shelton’s five cornerstones of values-based leadership—honesty, integrity, compassion, diversity and social responsibility—are the foundations of the camp.
The cost for the program includes room & board, meals, ropes courses, t-shirt, and an unforgettable experience! Scholarships are available through separate application process.
We are still accepting applications for all four of our sessions:
2019 Exploring theEarth Summer
Advancing Women in Trades-May 6
Please RSVP: http://tinyurl.com/y2acceno
Join the Triangle Area Inaugural Event focused on Advancing Women in the Trades
Monday, May 6, 2019
Panther Creek High School 6770 McCrimmon Pkwy, Cary, NC 27519
NETWORKING AND RESOURCE FAIR
Meet our presenting partners to learn about resources for students, women in the trades, and employers. Interact with our community supporters.
SNEAK PEEK OF HARD HATTED WOMAN (2020)
Enjoy a sneak-peak of the upcoming film, Hard Hatted Woman. The film is the first theatrical-length documentary about women breaking down gender barriers in blue-collar construction trades. www.hardhattedwoman.com/
WOMEN IN TRADES PANEL DISCUSSION
Hear from students and women in trades as they discuss their experiences and share success stories. Moderated by Kayleen McCabe www.kayleenmccabe.com/
INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVES Industry leaders from workforce development, economic development, education, and the trades will share their perspectives on the future of advancing women in trades. Attendance is FREE! Please RSVP: http://tinyurl.com/y2acceno
NEED MORE INFORMATION? Interested in sponsoring? Contact Rachel Fleming at email@example.com
Light refreshments will be provided
NC Initiative Youth Leadership Program
Deadline for Applications: April 8
(See link to the right for application)
NC Initiative is offering a 3-week program for rising high school seniors to participate in its Youth Leadership Program. Students will receive an invaluable opportunity to participate in a paid, three-week leadership development training program. Students benefit from mentorship and working alongside diverse peers from across the state while gaining real-world perspectives and insight into the nonprofit sector. Information for this opportunity can be found on the website under Student Services, Academic Enrichment Opportunities.
Don't Miss Out!! 2019 NC State Junior Green Belt Certification Academy
The NC State College of Textiles - Zeis Textiles Extension is excited to announce a training program for North Carolina junior and senior high school students.
The Junior Green Belt Certification Academy is an introduction to Lean Six Sigma (LSS), a continuous process improvement program that incorporates the efficiency tools found in Lean Manufacturing and the data collection and analysis tools found in Six Sigma and merges them into a robust toolkit. Learning these skills will provide the team with the means to reduce waste, improve quality, increase customer satisfaction and improve the bottom line. In addition to receiving LSS training, student teams will complete a project to improve an existing process at their school. The training will provide a structured approach to problem-solving useful at school, work and in life. The participants will be given access to an online training program, attend a four-day session on campus and present their project results in October.
For more details about the Academy, please visit: Junior Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Academy
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