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UPCOMING EVENT!

LRHS COUNSELOR’S WILL BE HOSTING A LUNCH & LEARN.

Pat long from CoxHealth Medical Explores will be talking about summer and fall medcial explores opportunities. It will be held on Thursday April, 26th 2018 @ 11:00-11:30 (WNT). If any students intrested in going to this please come sign up in the counselor’s office.


OTC STEAM DAYS!

 

 


Summer Internship Program!

 


 

Summer Program 

 

Do you know a rising sophomore, junior or senior interested in design and fabrication while earning future college credit and scholarship money?  If so, would you share this information with them.

Wentworth will be offering a 4-week summer program from July 9 to August 3, 2018.



Please share this opportunity with your students who have an interest in:

  • Designing and Constructing a full-scale structure
  • Temporary art or temporary installation
  • Creating a community-based project
  • Earning college credit
  • Living on a college campus in Boston (optional)

Interested students can learn more at www.wit.edu/summerfab. If you have any que stions, you may contact the programat summerfab@wit.edu.

Sincerely,
Maureen Dischino
Executive Director of Admissions
Wentworth Institute of Technology
 


STEM SUMMIT-EWING MARION KAUFFMAN FOUNDATION

NOVEMBER 5th-7th, 2018

 

Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation

4801 Rockhill Road, Kansas City, MO 64110

November 5th-7th, 2018

Join us this November as we bring together visionaries and leaders from business, education and government for the 2018 STEM Summit. The Missouri Mathematics and Science Coalition will reconvene STEM education and talent professionals from around state to connect, engage and exchange ideas.

 

General and breakout sessions will share thoughts, best-practices, and seek input on STEM talent development across the state with a focus on innovation and entrepreneurship in the classroom and training center.

 

To find out more information on the 2018 STEM Summit please use the registration button below. This is one event that you will not want to miss this fall!

 

REGISTER

Missouri Mathematics and Science Coalition

In C/O

Missouri Chamber Foundation

428 E. Capitol Ave,. Jefferson City, MO 65102

573-634-3511

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SUMMER FOR SUCCESS (BEACON COLLEGE’S) JULY 2018

Beacon College's Summer for Success

 

Our summer immersion program is uniquely designed to help prepare students who learn differently for the transition to college. Could this program be the right fit for one or more of your students? 

See what past students are saying about the Summer for Success:

 

“I WANTED TO BE HERE WITH PEOPLE WHO WOULD KNOW HOW TO HELP ME LEARN. I WISH IT WAS LONGER!” -Veronica 

“WE WENT TO AWESOME PLACES LIKE DISNEY, UNIVERSAL STUDIOS AND THE BEACH. WE HAD FUN WHILE WE LEARNED.” -Elijah 

“I DIDN’T KNOW WHAT KIND OF LEARNER I WAS. LEARNING EXERCISES THAT I CAN DO ON MY OWN HAVE HELPED ME TO UNDERSTAND HOW I LEARN.” -Laurabelen 

"I FELT A CHANGE IN ME. NOW I FEEL LIKE I CAN DO IT — I FEEL REALLY CONFIDENT ABOUT MYSELF.” -Eli

 

Click HERE for a complete, detailed program description and a typical day’s schedule. Scholarships for the Summer for Success program are available for students in need, but they should apply early for first-come first-serve consideration.

 

ENCOURAGE YOUR STUDENT TO APPLY NOW!


 

While living on campus at Beacon College, summer students will:

 
  Participate in two core courses and one additional class from nearly a dozen electives.
 
  Experience what it’s like to live and learn on a college campus.
 
  Learn, from current Beacon students, how to self-advocate and make the most of essential college support programs.
 
  Participate in a wide range of campus activities and join in weekend excursionsto such venues as the Kennedy Space Center, Orlando theme parks, and area beaches.
 

Why Beacon College?


For more than a quarter century, Beacon College has been the recognized leader in offering affordable, career-focused baccalaureate degree programs for students with learning disabilities, ADHD and other learning differences. Our impressive results speak for themselves:

 

70%

Four-Year
Graduation
Rate (10yr avg)

 

83.5%

Beacon Graduates Employed
or Pursuing Continuing
and Graduate Study


For questions or assistance, call us at 855-220-5376 or email admissions@beaconcollege.edu.
Many thanks for your assistance.
 

Dale Herold

VP of Admissions and Enrollment

 


Honors College University of Missouri Summer 2018

 

Office of the Chancellor

 

 

The Honors College at the University of Missouri (Columbia) is pleased to announce the Summer 2018 Cherng Global Leadership Academy for high school students of all levels.

Participants of this residential program will be led through a series of activities, programs, workshops and projects that will enhance their leadership traits and skills, while connecting them with a broad leadership network.

If you have any students looking for opportunities to develop leadership skills, encourage them to come join us for ten days of exciting opportunities for greater leadership development.

The program runs from July 15 through July 24. Cost to attend the Cherng Greater Leadership Academy is just $400 and includes room, board, activities and materials. Need-based scholarships are available to a limited number of participants. Space is limited. Deadline to apply is June 1.

Interested students and parents should visit the following page for more information and to apply: https://honors.missouri.edu/cherng-global-leadership-academy/.

Sincerely,

J.D. Bowers, Ph.D
Director, The Honors College
The University of Missouri

210 Lowry Hall
Columbia, MO 65211
(e) bowersjd@missouri.edu
(w) honors.missouri.edu
(p) 573-882-3893



University of Missouri
Honors College
210 Lowry Hall - Columbia, Missouri 65211
573-882-3893

 


Upcoming College Representative visit to LR-HS

University of Missouri- Tuesday, March 27th @ 11:00am

University of Central Mo- Tuesday, April 3rd @ 11:00am

Drury University-Wednesday, September 20th @ 11:00am

College of the Ozarks- Monday, September 25th @ 11:00am

University of Missouri-Columbia- Monday, October 9th @ 11:00am

OTC- Wednesday October 11th, @ 11:00am

Paul Mitchell-October 12th, @ 10:30am

National Guard- October 12th, @ 11:00am

Pittsburg State- Monday, October 16th @ 11:00am

Mo. Southern State University- Monday, November 13th  @ 11:00

Truman State University- Thursday, February 8th, 2018

If any student’s are interrested in meeting with any of these College Representative’s please sign up in the Counselor’s office on the sign up sheet.

 


 

Twin Oaks Country Club Girl’s Golf Scholarship 2018

Ladies Classic Participants… Past, Present and Future

Girl’s Golf Scholarship..
If you would like to fill out a form for this scholarship please come to the councelor’s office and pick one up. The deadline is 
May 1st, 2018

 

 

 


Attention: Senior Students that are Planning to attend MSU this fall!

 

Missouri State University Admissions Office

 

With May 1st fast approaching, I’m writing to provide you with an important Missouri State University policy update that impacts your senior MSU admits!

Confirmation fee required for new students

Beginning with the fall 2018 incoming class, there is a required $125 confirmation fee for new students that both confirms their enrollment and covers the cost of their SOAR (Summer Orientation) session. The $125 fee is refundable if the student cancels their application by May 1st.

If you know of any students planning to attend Missouri State this fall, please encourage them to submit their confirmation fee as soon as they can or have them contact the Admissions Office about deferring the fee if the cost is a hardship.

College Decision Day grants

If your school is considering a College Decision Day around May 1st but concerned about cost, I want to bring these NACAC Decision Day Grants to your attention.

We are happy to help however we can, so don’t hesitate to reach out!

Matt Magruder
Associate Director of Admissions
Missouri State University
MMagruder@MissouriState.edu
417-836-5517


Being a Camper..

 

 

 

Preview attachment Counselor Intern Program Application.pdf

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Volunteers Needed! Shred Day @ Mercy Home Health & Scholarship

 

We are looking for volunteers for our April 21, 2018 Shred Day at Mercy Home Health in Springfield, Missouri. 

 

Volunteers would need to arrive at 8:40 a.m. and work till 12 p.m. that Saturday morning helping us taking people's sensitive documents and shred them in the trucks. Do you have any students who could participate?

 

Also, we are offering a $2,500 scholarship for one lucky junior. (I've attached information on how to apply to this email.) Please tell students!

 

Best,


Stephanie Garland  Regional Director

Tel: 417-380-5074
Fax417-869-5544
Email: sgarland@springfieldbbb.org
bbb.org Start with Trust ®

Better Business Bureau  
Serving Eastern and Southwest Missouri & Southern Illinois

2754 S. Campbell Ave

Springfield, MO 65807

 

bbb.org/stlouis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

http://identity.missouri.edu/images/logos-design/tiger-head.pngTrulaske Business Academy 2018-Apply Now!

GO TIGERS!

We are hosting our annual Trulaske Business Academy this year on June 24th-30th!

 

The Trulaske Business Academy was established in 2008 to serve as a pre-college summer program for minority students interested in business. The goal of this week-long residential program is to introduce students to the various disciplines and career opportunities within the business world, while also experiencing life on a college campus.

  • Special attention is paid to the areas of accounting, finance, management and marketing, which are areas of study in our college.
  • Students interact with faculty and staff from the Trulaske College of Business in a classroom setting.
  • Hands-on activities and team competitions are incorporated into the lessons to help students connect the material to the real world.
  • Alumni and corporate partners lead activities to help students explore career opportunities in business.
  • Students are exposed to lessons about professionalism, team work, communication, and leadership skills. 

 

Rising 10th, 11th, and 12th grade underrepresented minority students with at least a 3.0 GPA are eligible to apply for the program. Applications are available now and students will be notified of their admission in May. Students will need to complete an essay and have their school counselor sign off on their GPA as part of their application. All students selected to participate in the Trulaske Business Academy are awarded a scholarship to cover the cost of the the program (i.e. meals, lodging, activities).

 

Participants of the Trulaske Business Academy will spend a majority of their day in classroom activities facilitated by faculty, staff, and corporate representatives. Evenings are spent participating in social activities with Academy Coordinators and Counselors exploring the Mizzou campus and Columbia area. At times, the Business Academy will join up with other summer camps for high school students for social events.

 

Please distribute this to any students you think would be a great fit for our program.  We generally have around 30-35 students, so please ensure that the application is filled out thoroughly.  Applications are due Friday, April 6th by 5:00pm.

 

If you have any questions, please let me know ASAP!  I have attached a link to the application.  If further information is needed, do not hesitate to let me know.

 

I have attached the application, and you can find more here: https://business.missouri.edu/programs-and-admissions/undergraduate/admissions/trulaske-business-academy

 

Thanks, and GO TIGERS!

 

 

Dan Nicewarner, M.Ed

Coordinator of Recruitment

Robert J. Trulaske, Sr. College of Business

University of Missouri – 110 Cornell Hall

573.882.6028 – www.business.missouri.edu


Allied Health Day at (CMU) Central Methodist University!

The Office of Admission at CMU invites your students to attend our Allied Health Day on Monday, April 9. On this day they will have the opportunity to see hands-on observations in the areas of Athletic Training, Nursing, Physical Therapy Assistant, and Occupational Therapy Assistant. During this event they will also learn more about the Allied Health programs, tour the facilities and speak with faculty in their chosen field.
 

Registration for the day will begin at 10:00 a.m. on the 4th floor of the Inman Student and Community Center. 

RSVP at:  http://go.centralmethodist.edu/alliedhealth/inquiryform

 

 

 

Jennifer Shepard

Associate Director of Admission

411 CMU Square

Fayette, MO 65248

Office:  660-248-6216

Fax:  660-248-1872


RSVP TODAY! Tuesday, April 3rd @ 6:00pm/Springfield, Mo

 

 


 

UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI

 

 

 

Students can learn more about majors and career opportunities with CAFNR summer programs!

The College of Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources at the University of Missouri is excited to present a variety of summer offerings for high school students to explore Mizzou and different career fields. We need your help finding the best students for our 2018 Summer Academies! 

Encourage students to learn more and apply now at cafnr.missouri.edu/summer-academies!  

Our 2018 Summer Academies include: 

 

ANIMAL SCIENCES YOUTH LEADERSHIP ACADEMY

  • May 30-June 2
  • Applications must be postmarked by April 1
  • For students interested in increasing knowledge of Missouri's diverse and dynamic livestock industry, as well as building leadership and communication skills
  • Students will interact with counselors, professors and livestock industry leaders

 

LIFE SCIENCES QUEST


 

  • July 22-26; free of charge
  • Apply online by April 1
  • For students interested in animal, human, plant or food sciences
  • Activities include hands-on experiences in biochemistry labs and research farms; tours of various science and research industries; discussing ethical issues in agriculture; and opportunities to learn from professionals in science-related industries

 

MIZZOU TEACH AG ACADEMY

  • July 15-17
  • Applications due May 1
  • For students with a passion for agriculture and working with people
  • Activities will include interacting with current teachers, exposure to cutting-edge ag curriculum, presentations by state ag staff and experiencing campus

 

NATURAL RESOURCES CAREER ACADEMY

  • July 8-13; free of charge
  • Applications must be postmarked by April 20
  • For students interested in the natural world, conservation and environmental studies
  • Learn about a diverse array of careers in forestry, nature interpretation, fisheries, environmental science, human dimensions of natural resources management, soil and atmospheric science, and wildlife studies

 

MIZZOU TRAP ACADEMY

  • June 21-23
  • Applications due April 1
  • For rising juniors and seniors
  • Students will learn techniques, leadership, team building and mental preparation

 

Please contact Julie Scroggs, CAFNR Student Recruitment Coordinator, at scroggsj@missouri.edu or 573-882-8301 with any questions.

 

Thanks for helping us find the best students!

Julie Scroggs
CAFNR Coordinator of Student Recruitment

Dr. Bryan Garton
CAFNR Associate Dean and Director of Academic Programs


SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY SUMMER CAMPS 2018

 

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Summer at Southeast offers a wide variety of academic, athletic, and special interest opportunities to area youth ranging in age from pre-school to college. Each program or camp is designed to highlight a particular field of study, interest, and/or skill and to encourage everyone to explore their potential.

 

Academic Camps

  • Vocal Arts Boot Camp
  • Conservatory Acting Intensive
  • Conservatory Dance Intensive
  • Studio of Visual Art
  • Girl Scouts STEM
  • Boy Scouts STEM on CAMPus
  • Southeast Health Camp

Athletic Camps

  • Women's Basketball
  • Men's Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Volleyball
  • Soccer
  • Tennis
  • Gymnastics

Cheer & Dance Camps

  • Universal Cheerleaders & Dance
  • National Cheerleaders & Dance

Workshops & Day Programs

  • Camp Redhawk
  • Horizons
  • Redhawks Kids Camp
  • Arts Academy
And so much more...
 

For more information, visit http://www.semo.edu/camps.

Office of Admissions | One University Plaza, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 | admissions@semo.edu| (573) 651-2590

University of Missouri Columbia Summer Camp 2018

If any students are intrested in this weeklong summer camp please come to the councelor’s office for application. Must be postmarked no later than April 20th, 2018.

 

The University of Missouri Columbia is offering a weeklong summer camp in July of 2018 to rising juniors and rising seniors in high schools across Missouri. I am emailing you today to let you know that 1) we are offering this program and 2) to have you communicate with your faculty, staff and community about this opportunity. Please see attached a cover letter, flyer and application for more details.

            If you would be so kind as to send this email onto the teachers in your school who teach any natural sciences, or to forward this to any youth mentors, leaders in your community, or private or parochial high schools in your area whom might also be interested. Feel free to contact me, Amber Edwards (edwardsamb@missouri.edu) or Christine Li (lij1@missouri.edu) with any questions.


Missouri S&T Summer Programs 2018!

 

 


 

CoxHealth’s Medical Explorers Summer Session 2018
If any student’s interested in this program please come see Renee Tolliver in the counselor’s office for the application.

 

 

 

 

 


 

DISCOVER OTC!

 

 

 


 

MASH CAMP 2018! This is a great camp to experience Science & Health.

 

It’s time for MASH Camp 2018!

 

Missouri AHEC Science and Health Camps are science and health exploration day camps for students entering 9th-12th grades.

Learn about science in the medical field and various health careers

Participate in hands-on experiments and lab activities

Lunch, snacks, and camp t-shirts are included in the cost

 

Register for camps at www.ahec.missouristate.edu/Recruitment/MASH-Camp.htm  

 

Bolivar MASH Camp will be held at the CMH Education Center at Citizens Memorial Hospital,

1500 N. Oakland,

Bolivar, MO

 

June 7-8, 2018

9am-4pm each day

 

Only $30 for two days (includes lunch, snacks, and camp t-shirt)

 

Register by May 15th

For more information, contact

Trish Lavish at

417-836-6154 or e-mail atldlavish@missouristate.edu

El Dorado MASH Camp will be held at the Cedar County Memorial Hospital, 1401 S. Park St., El Dorado Springs, MO

 

June 21-22, 2018

9am-4pm each day

 

Only $30 for two days (includes lunch, snacks, and camp t-shirt)

 

Register by May 15th

For more information, contact

Trish Lavish at

417-836-6154 or e-mail atldlavish@missouristate.edu

Monett MASH Camp will be held at the Cox Hospital Monett, 801 Lincoln Ave., Monett, MO

 

July 30-31, 2018

9am-4pm each day

 

Only $30 for two days (includes lunch, snacks, and camp t-shirt)

 

Register by June 15th

For more information, contact Heather Phillips at

417-836-3284 or e-mail atheather17@missouristate.edu

 

 

Please feel free to reach out with any questions you or your students may have! Thank you for helping us spread the word! (posters attached to share/post).

 

Heather Phillips, RD, LD

Health Programs Coordinator

SWMO Area Health Education Center

Missouri State University

901 S National Ave. –PCOB, suite 215

Springfield, MO 65897

phone: 417-836-3284

fax: 417-836-8770

http://ahec.missouristate.edu/

https://www.facebook.com/swmoahec

http://mahec.org/

 

 

 


 

 

MAHEC-ACES 2018-2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


NCAA Eligibility Center

 

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HIGH SCHOOL NEWSLETTER // FEBRUARY 2018

Free NCAA/NFHS Partnership Initial-Eligibility Online Course

The NCAA Eligibility Center, in partnership with the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), has updated the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Course available through NFHSLearn.com. Counselors and coaches can visit NFHSLearn.com  and complete the FREE initial-eligibility course. This interactive course familiarizes viewers with Division I and II academic requirements, as well as the Eligibility Center’s registration and certification processes required for college-bound student-athletes. It’s a great tool for you and your colleagues. Please pass it on!

 

Test Score Submission

For a student's academic certification to be processed, the student must have ACT or SAT scores submitted to the Eligibility Center directly from the testing agency. Test scores on a high school transcript will not be used. Students may take the ACT or the SAT an unlimited number of times prior to full-time collegiate enrollment, and the best score will be used in the final academic certification. Test scores are matched to the student's Eligibility Center account by name, date of birth and address.

Note: If a student took the SAT prior to or during March 2016 and then takes the current (redesigned SAT), the Eligibility Center will not combine section scores from the pre-March 2016 version and the current (redesigned) SAT when determining a student's initial eligibility. The Eligibility Center will only combine section scores from the same version of the test. Because the current SAT varies in design and measures different academic concepts than the previous SAT version (March 2016 and earlier), a numerical score on the current test may not be equivalent to the same numerical score on the redesigned test.

Please refer to the Division I Quick Reference Sheet or the Division II Quick Reference Sheet to help your students determine the core-course grade point average needed that meets their SAT or ACT sum score. 

High School Transcript Upload

To date, over 18,000 high schools have used the transcript upload feature available through the High School Portal to send more than 897,000 transcripts to the Eligibility Center.

We encourage you to continue using the upload feature for all preliminary and final transcripts for your students, as it significantly reduces processing time for student accounts. As a reminder, only transcripts in a PDF file format may be uploaded through the High School Portal. Any other document types will not be reviewed and could potentially hold up a student's evaluation. Also, when students register with the Eligibility Center, the student must accept the terms and conditions, which provides broad permission for all schools to share official high school transcripts and academic records with the Eligibility Center. Please click  here to access a video tutorial on how to upload transcripts to the Eligibility Center.
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The Missouri Chamber Foundation’s 20th annual Leadership In Practice program will be held this summer on June 25-28, 2017.  We will once again bring together some of Missouri’s best high school Freshmen and Sophomore students from across the state for four days of youth development and leadership training. Due to the nature of Spring Break this year, we have decided to extend the application deadline for schools to submit student applications until April 15th, 2018.

 

Leadership In Practice is divided into five key areas of leadership: Global, Civic, Entrepreneurial, Ethical and Personal. Your students will be mentored by experienced business, civic and education leaders from across the state; imparting real world knowledge to help guide their development during the forum. During the course of the program students are constantly pushing beyond their boundaries. These students may then apply those skills in leadership positions at your school for their remaining time. But, more importantly, they will have solid, practical leadership skills to help carry them forward for life.

 

Steps you can take today to take advantage of the extended deadline:
 

  1. Identify your student leaders and encourage them to apply at:  www.mochamber.com/LIP/
  2. Submit a letter of recommendation on behalf of the student/s
  3. Full program cost of $250 (including the application fee) can be paid at a later date upon student acceptance
  4. Payment can either be handled by the student’s family, the school, a community organization and/or local business sponsor

 

To find out more on the 2018 Leadership In Practice program, please go to our webpages at:

 

www.mochamber.com/lip/
 

Thank you for your help in developing Missouri’s future leaders today!

 

All the best,

 

 

 

Brian E. Crouse
Vice President of Education
Missouri Chamber Foundation 
Engage, Inspire, Lead!
                      

 

 

 

 

Application Period for Summer Youth Leadership Program

Now Open!

The 2018 Leadership In Practice program is set for June 24-27, 2018 and will be held on the campus of Westminster College in Fulton, MO. The application period is now open for current high school Freshmen and Sophomore students until April 1, 2018.   

How do you develop the next generation of leaders? Engage them!

 

The Leadership In Practice program was developed by the Missouri Chamber Foundation to engage Missouri high school students in hands on, real world leadership training. The program is divided into five areas:

 

  1. Global leadership and current world events
  2. Civic involvement and community development
  3. Economic leadership and entrepreneurial mindset
  4. Ethical decision making
  5. Personal leadership characteristics

 

Mentored by experienced business, civic and education leaders from across the state, imparting real world knowledge to help guide their development during the forum. Students emerge the with self-confidence, improved leadership skills and a sense of empowerment to return to their schools and communities with purpose.

 

If you have any specific questions on the program, please call me directly at

573-634-3511 or email BCrouse@mochamber.com.  

 

Engage your youth leaders today!

 

 

 

 

 

Brian E. Crouse

Vice President of Education

Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Engage, Inspire, Lead!

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is a program of the

 

Missouri Chamber Foundation

428 East Capitol Ave | Jefferson City, MO | 65102

573-634-3511

 


 

 

pitt state

The Pittsburg State University College of Technology is hosting an open house onFriday, March 2nd for all interested students.  The event begins at 9:00 a.m. and runs through 2:00 p.m.  Lab demonstrations and tours of the facility will allow students to see what exciting opportunities their knowledge of science and mathematics can provide them. 

 

To register for the event, please visit REGISTER HERE.  There is no cost for registration.  Contact the Office of Admission at 1-800-854-PITT (7488) for more information. 

Students are encouraged to attend if they are interested in majoring in any of the following areas:

MAJORS IN THE COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY

Go...Rillas!

-The Pittsburg State University Admission Team
 


Visit us at: www.pittstate.edu
or
Call: 1-800-854-PITT(7488)

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Ozarks technical Community College Education Leaders!

 

Ozarks Technical Community College’s Medical Coding program begins on March 5th and Hemodialysis Technician program on June 5th of 2018. If you know of any high school seniors or adults looking to enter the workforce, please share the attached flyers with them.

 

I would greatly appreciate you helping to spread the word about these programs to your students interested in Hemodialysis Technician and Medical Coding careers.  These courses have multiple funding options that include SkillUp and WIOA.  

 

For more information, please visit the OTC website by clicking here or call 417.447.8888 .

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out to me.

 

Thank you, in advance, for your help in promoting these programs.

 

Trishna Murad

Marketing Operations and Student Relations
MK Education
MRxI Corporation & Kushan, LLC

630.541.3600 ext. 8606    | Phone

630.929.0852    | Fax

331.481.7385    | Text

marketing@mkedu.org | Email

www.mkedu.org


 

ACES 2018-2019 Application

 

SOUTHWEST MISSOURI AREA HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER WANTS TO KNOW…

 

Are your students participating with their local AHEC?

 

       
    What the students get to do:
Students have the opportunity to participate
in a variety of events with hands-on activities
that provide training in healthcare basics.

Ø Interactive medically-based workshops
Ø Dissection labs (animal specimens)
Ø Mock interviews
Ø CPR, AED, First Aid Certification
Ø Visit medical, dental, nursing schools, etc.
Ø Admissions information sessions
Ø Meet professional and student mentors
Ø Leadership development
Ø Shadow/volunteer
Ø And more…
  What we do for your students:                                    
The Missouri Area Health Education Center
aims to assist high school and undergraduate
students as they work toward their health
professions goal. We support students with:

Ø Experiential learning
Ø Online modules
Ø Career planning
Ø Job shadowing
Ø Volunteering
Ø Portfolio Development
Ø	 College Credit Courses
 

 

For more information:

Please see the attachments and feel free to contact me with any questions! Our ACES Program (extracurricular program for students planning to pursue a healthcare career) Applications are now available for the 2018-2019 academic year! They are available for download/printing here: https://ahec.missouristate.edu/Recruitment/ACES-Program.htm

Also, see attached our FAQ document and a comparison document of the ACES Program, Medical Explorers Programs, and the GO CAPS Program.

 

Applications Due: Friday, April 20, 2018

 

Thanks!

 

 

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Dear Counselors and Educators: 
Now more than ever, high school students are learning about the high demand for careers in the health field, but many are often unprepared for the rigors of health professions training or are not developing the personal portfolio needed to gain acceptance to competitive programs such as medical, dental, nursing or pharmacy schools. 
Our goal as an AHEC is to expose as many students as possible to the options within healthcare and help them reach their career goals. Please read on to learn about the free and low-cost resources we can provide teachers and students including our program that brings workshops on the road to your classroom!

 

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Healthcare Career Presentations

 

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AHEC provides information that promotes and educates students about the broad spectrum of healthcare careers and educational opportunities. This is an adaptable presentation (typically about 45-50 minutes) that explores different options in healthcare today and explains what these professionals do every day in their jobs. Health Career Guides by the Missouri Hospital Association and other handout materials are offered to interested students, as well. This is great for careers/health occupations classes, A&P, health, biology, or other science/math courses. For our workshops on the road, this is usually where we start with our first school visit.

 
 

 

 

 

New! Hands-On Medical Workshops Coming to your Classroom!

 

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This year we are continuing a program we’ve now offered for four years that involves taking our hands-on workshops on the road. We realized that with our previous model we were unable to reach all the rural and/or underserved (rural or urban) students in our region, especially the ones that are more than an hour drive from our hub sites in Springfield and Bolivar. AHEC is a great resource for your school and we would love to create a partnership by coming to you and assisting students of all demographics.

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Some of the workshops/trainings we can offer at your school include:

·         Health Careers Presentations and discussions related to preparing for a career in healthcare with handouts and other preparatory materials- usually we do this one first as an introduction to the following opportunities!

·         BLS/CPR training and/or certification

o   (certification of up to 9 students @ $15/student- takes 4 hours total)

o   Training without certification is free

·         First Aid training and/or certification

o   (certification of up to 20 students @ $15/student- takes 3.5 hours total)

o   Training without certification is free

·         Disaster Simulation and Triage Training

·         Emergency Preparedness Training

·         Infection control with gowning/gloving and proper hand-washing activities

·         Injections and Phlebotomy/Blood Draw training- Max of 15 students unless a school nurse or community member can assist

·         Nutrition topics throughout the life span (Topics to include proper nutrition for growth and development, brain function, sports activities, in disease, maternal and infant nutrition, consequences of sedentary lifestyle and inadequate nutrition and others upon request)

·         Animal Dissections over assorted body systems with pathology and treatments discussed (The school or students must cover the cost of the specimens and we will instruct. We have all dissection trays/instruments for up to 30 students and they can be brought upon request [usually specimens run $13 to $15 and up to 3 students can share])

·         Oral Health Activities

·         Preparation for college selection and what students can do now to better prepare themselves for their desired college or university. (We also love joining you for college/career fairs!)

·         Healthe Foundations Training: students learn about the most preventable chronic diseases in the U.S. and how they are treated by a healthcare team. Students then prepare a health plan presentation to help their “virtual” patient get on track to a healthy future. (This training is completed in cooperation with the First Hand Foundation and requires an MOU with the foundation. It is best completed over several days or one full day (can be aSaturday if need be). See separate flyer on this really neat training!

Note: We are always working to develop more workshops and trainings! Have an idea? Please let us know and we will work with you to develop it!

 

 

 

Nutrition Presentations

 

Nutrition presentations are available on any nutrition topic you choose/need to meet requirements. As a registered dietitian, I am qualified to teach students on virtually any nutrition topic. I have visited many health, early childhood, development, and nutrition classes. Help your students learn about nutrition in a fun and engaging way. Cooking demonstrations and samples could be incorporated, if desired!

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College/Career Fairs, Orientations, Open Houses, Assemblies, Etc.

 

We would love to be invited to these important events! These events help us to get the word out to students interested in pursuing health related careers. It is also a great opportunity for us to meet and discuss what opportunities can be brought to your classrooms!

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AHEC Career Enhancement Scholars (ACES)

 

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ACES is an extracurricular program for students entering 9th-12th grade and undergraduates that offers medical hands-on activities (including suturing, phlebotomy, animal system dissections, and much more), dual enrollment college credit in Medical Terminology, online healthcare learning modules, career exploration, health care shadowing and volunteering and one-on-one career counseling. Students are selected from an application and interview process. Applications are available now here: https://ahec.missouristate.edu/Recruitment/ACES-Program.htm

 

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To learn more about the Missouri Area Health Education Centers, visit our website and Facebook!

 

To schedule a school visit or learn more about these programs and workshops, please review the attachments and feel free to contact Heather Phillips, Health Programs Coordinator atHeather17@missouristate.eduor 417-836-3284.

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Ozarks technical Community College Education Leaders!

 

Ozarks Technical Community College’s Medical Coding program begins on March 5th and Hemodialysis Technician program on June 5th of 2018. If you know of any high school seniors or adults looking to enter the workforce, please share the attached flyers with them.

 

I would greatly appreciate you helping to spread the word about these programs to your students interested in Hemodialysis Technician and Medical Coding careers.  These courses have multiple funding options that include SkillUp and WIOA.  

 

For more information, please visit the OTC website by clicking here or call 417.447.8888 .

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out to me.

 

Thank you, in advance, for your help in promoting these programs.

 

Have a wonderful day!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


GO CAPS!

 

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Program Tour Friday Februray 9thSign up in the counselor’s office by February 2nd.
Students fast forward into their future and are fully immersed in a professional culture, solving real world problems, using industry standard tools and are mentored by actual employers, all while receiving high school and college credit CAPS is an example of how business, community and public education can partner to produce personalized learning experiences that educate the workforce of tomorrow, especially in high skill, high demand jobs.


CSTA

*If any female students interested please come to the Counslor’s office and get a permission slip. 
*Permission slip needs to be turned in by Januray 17th
*First Come First Serve
*Will only be able to take up to 5-7 students

 

The CSTA group is hosting an event for female students, grades 9-12 who are interested in the field of Computer Sciences.  You will have an opportunity to interact with female professionals currently in CS positions.  This event will be held at the Springfield Chamber of Commerce on January 25, 2018, from 10:30 am - 1:00 pm.   Lunch will be provided at this event.  If you are not aware there is a shortage of females in the CS fields. 

LRHS has the opportunity to send 5-7 female students to this event.  If you are interested in pursuing a career in Computer Sciences this would be an excellent opportunity to learn more about this field.  

Students need to sign up in the LRHS Counseling Department.  The quicker you sign up increases your chances of having a guaranteed spot at this event.  Transportation will be provided.  

Thanks.

LRHS Counseling Dept.

 


Leadership In Practice Missouri Chamber Foundation

June 24-27, 2018
Westminster College-Fulton, Mo

Freshmen and sophomore students a hands-on experience in leadership. The Leadership In Practice summer forum uses real-life activities and challenges to prepare students for success in high school, college and beyond.
Program Cost:

$250 per student

Application Period:
January 1st – April 1st, 2018

Missouri Chamber of Commerce & Industry
Po Box 149
Jefferson City, Mo 65102

Brian Crouse
Phone: 573-634-3511
BCROUSE@MOCHAMBER.COM
To find out more visit our website.

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Volunteer Opportunity! 

 


 

State Tech Open House

You are invited to participate inState Tech’s Open House in March.  State Tech Open House provides students and family members the opportunity to visit our main campus in Linn, MO on Saturday, March 24. Interact with current students, alumni, and faculty, and see our state-of-the-art equipment and facilities. Accuplacer testing and Bennett Mechanical written testing will be offered at the Open House event on the main campus in Linn.  Students interested in testing must sign up in advance and will be required to bring the $20 test fee and a photo ID. Visit https://www.statetechmo.edu/events/spring-open-house/

to access event details and the online registration form.

 

  • Advanced Manufacturing Technician program, located in St. Charles, MO, will not be offering tours this day. To schedule a tour please call 636.443.4988.

 

 

 

  1. Application Deadlines and Scholarships

 

·         Please feel free to email us for more details about the additional admission requirements.

 

State Tech Program

Date

Type of Deadline

Dental Assisting Technology

February 15, 2018

Priority Consideration

Heavy Equipment Operations

February 15, 2018

Priority Consideration

Medical Radiologic Technology

February 15, 2018

Priority Consideration

Physical Therapist Assistant

February 15, 2018

Priority Consideration

 

 

·         Visit our Scholarships web page, www.statetechmo.edu/admissions/scholarships/index.php, for a listing of scholarships offered by State Tech.

 

 

 

  1. Attend the State Tech Counselor Forum on Friday, February 23, 2018. Hear about what’s happening at State Tech including AJA@TMSTC, A+ program, and career services. Enjoy a free lunch and tour campus to see first-hand the programs and facilities that State Tech has to offer your students. We will also be giving away State Tech tuition waivers to be given to a student of the winners’ choice.  Who should attend? Counselors, A+ Coordinators, Career Center Directors, and Instructors. Space is limited.  Please sign up by February 16, by contacting Amanda Barch at amanda.barch@statetechmo.edu or 573-897-5153.  Include the following information: your name, title, school’s name, email address, and telephone number.  Visit https://www.statetechmo.edu/events/second-event-to-display/ to access an event flyer and additional details.

 

  1. Send your students to the State Tech Junior Preview Day on Friday, March 2, 2018. We know that campus visits make a significant impact on students as they prepare to make college decisions. The earlier students can start this process, the better! Students will tour campus, enjoy a free lunch, and learn more about State Tech programs and opportunities. We will also be giving away a State Tech tuition waiver to one lucky student.  Encourage your juniors to attend and get a jump-start on the admissions process. Space is limited; have your students RSVP early!  Deadline to RSVP is February 23. Visit https://www.statetechmo.edu/events/juniorday/ to access an event flyer and the online sign up form.

 

 

 

Amanda Barch

Enrollment Management Associate-Events

State Technical College of Missouri

One Technology Drive, Linn, MO  65051

Toll Free:  800-743-8324 ext. 5153

Direct:  573-897-5153

Fax:  573-897-5026

Email:  amanda.barch@statetechmo.edu

Web:  www.statetechmo.edu


COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING-UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
SPRING/SUMMER 2018

 

Click on the fliers below to learn more about our amazing camps at Mizzou Engineering!
 
 

Mizzou Updates

  • Beginning Fall 2018, Mizzou Engineering will be the only public university in Missouri to offer a BS degree in Biomedical Engineering
  • Check out Mizzou Engineering's 2016/17 Annual Report and see the amazing impact our students, faculty and staff are making
  • Are you a Missouri resident? Learn about our new Missouri Land Grant
  • Want to visit Mizzou this spring? Schedule a personalized visit here

 


2018 Leadership In Practice

 

 

How do you develop the next generation of leaders?Inspire them!



Application deadline April 15th

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The 2018 Leadership In Practice program is set for June 24-27, 2018 and will be held on the campus of Westminster College in Fulton, MO. Schools can send nominate multiple students. The total cost of the program is $250. (Covering room, board and materials) Application deadline extended for current high school Freshmen andSophomore students until April 15, 2018.   

The Leadership In Practice program was developed by the Missouri Chamber Foundation over 20 years ago to engage Missouri high school students in hands on, real world leadership training. Students meet with and work directly along side some of Missouri's top business, civic, and education leaders over four days.

 

The program is divided into five areas:

 

  1. Global leadership and current world events
  2. Civic involvement and community development
  3. Economic leadership and entrepreneurial mindset
  4. Ethical decision making
  5. Personal leadership characteristics

 

Students take part in hands-on simulations, small group discussions and team building activities that are fun, engaging and relevant. Students emerge with self-confidence, improved leadership skills and a sense of empowerment to return to their schools and communities with purpose. Our motto is simple- Engage, Inspire, Lead!

 

If you have any specific questions on the program, please call me directly at

573-634-3511 or email BCrouse@mochamber.com.  

 

Thank you for developing tomorrow's leaders today!

 

 

 

 

 

Brian E. Crouse

Vice President of Education

Missouri Chamber Foundation

Engage, Inspire, Lead!

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428 East Capitol Ave | Jefferson City, MO | 65102

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Construction Inter Opportunities

My name is Karina Dixon, and I am the HR Manager for Storee Construction in Springfield. We had several high school graduates who were Construction Interns with us last summer, and I would like to recruit additional Construction Interns for this summer. Would there be any opportunities for me to reach some of your high school seniors about this opportunity? Please note that we require all employees to be 18 years old and must pass a pre-employment background check and drug test. 

If there is someone else I should be in contact with about this opportunity, please send me their information. I appreciate your time!

Thank you,
Karina 
 

 

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John Belcher Scholarship-MSBA Future Builders Scholarships and Awards-(Any Senior interesten in this Scholarship please come to the Counselor’s office and get an application). Deadline is December 15th,2018. Please turn in application to the Counselor’s office

This is a $1000 annual schorlaship is awarded to a student in each of MSBA’s 17 regions. Applicants are judged on the basis of academic performance, extracurricular activities and the quality of an essay. A statewide winner is selected from this group of regional winners and awarded an additional $1500. 

 

How can a student apply for a Belcher scholarship?

The school board of each MSBA member district is eligible to nominate one high school senior to apply. The local board of education should select their applicant based on academic achievement and leadership abilities; need may also be considered. After the district applicant is chosen the student/guidance office should contact Matt O’brien for a link to the online application and form during the application period, October 10, 2017 – January 12, 2018. The applicant and their guidance counselor will receive confirmation and further instructions within two working days of submission. The student will need to obtain a transcript and complete the essay, if not already done.

This application and Checklist is for Step 1 of the selection process. It is intended to be used so that each member district of MSBA will have aid in selecting one candidate. Once the district selects their candidate, please contact Matt O’Brien to gain access to the online fillable application.

Application (MS Word)

Application (PDF)

Checklist (PDF)

For questions contact:
Matt O’Brien
573.445.9920 ext. 347

obrien@msbanet.org

 


Local Employment Opportunities

 

Employers Links
   
Health Services  
Cox Health Systems https://careers.coxhealth.com
Mercy https://mercycareers.jobs
Oxford Health Care www.helpathome.com
OCH Health Systems www.ochonline.com
   
Business, Management & Tech  
Gold Mountain  www.workatgoldmountain.com
CTA www.ctacallcenter.com
Walmart https://careers.walmart.com
Bass Pro Shops https://careerarc.com
Jack Henry careers.jackhenry.com/jobs
Chase https://careersatchase.com
   
   
Industrial & Engineering Tech  
SMC Packaging Group www.smcpackaging.com
UnderCover, Inc htt:/TruckHero.appone.com
3M https://www.glassdoor.com/jobs/3m
Associated Wholesale Grrocers www.awginc.com
Kraft www.kraftheinzcompany.com
Grizzly Ind www.grizzly.com/jobs
O'Reilly Automotive https://corporate.oreillyauto.com
BNSF-Railway https://jobs.bnsf.com
City Utilities https://cityutilities.net/corporate

 


 

Bass Pro Shops NOW HIRING!

 


 

 

Summer Scholars Progam 2018-The Joyce Ivy Foundation

 

The 2018 application for the Summer Scholars Program is now available online. The deadline this year is March 5, 2018. Please share this information with your talented female sophomores and juniors, as well as colleagues. We appreciate your help in identifying the next group of Summer Scholars.

Thank you for all you do to support your students in pursuing paths to college.

Happy Holidays!


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The Joyce Ivy Foundation Summer Scholars Program provides scholarships for talented, high-achieving young women from the Midwest to participate in academic summer programs at some of the country's top colleges:

   
         
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May 11 - 12
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University of Missouri 

 

The University of Missouri - School of Medicine offers an exciting and informative summer experience for high school students interested in a career in medicine.  MU’s High School Mini Medical School is a one-week program that gives students a preview of life as an MU medical student. The program includes:

 

  • Hands-on experience in anatomy, suturing, and clinical skills
  • Introduction to MU’s innovative patient-based learning (PBL) curriculum
  • Seminars on college and medical school entrance and medical school life

 

In addition, students will attend special sessions with clinical and research specialists and have meaningful interactions with current medical students, faculty and staff of the School of Medicine.

 

Mini Med School is intended for students who will begin their senior year in the fall of 2018.  The following are requirements to apply:

 

·         1. Application

·         2. High school transcript (at least five semesters) sent by high school

·         3. Test scores (ACT, PreACT, SAT or PSAT)

·         4. Science teacher’s recommendation

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Students from disadvantaged backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Cost to of attendance is $600. Scholarships are availablePlease help us reach students who you believe will particularly benefit from this type of experience.

 

Interested high school juniors can find more application information at our website https://medicine.missouri.edu/education/pre-med-outreach-programs/mini-medical-school/. Applications will be available by January 12, 2018 and should be submitted electronically. 

 

The application deadline is March 1, 2018.

 

Attached is a flier, please pass it along to all interested parties.

 

For additional information please contact me at 573-882-5647 or umhssomminimed@health.missouri.edu.  

 

Thank you for your assistance.

 

 

Sincerely,

 

Phil Nelson

High School Mini Med School Coordinator 

 

 

Phillip Nelson

Program Coordinator, Admissions

University of Missouri - School of Medicine

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Columbia, MO 65212

Phone: 573.882.5647 | Fax: 573.884.2988 | nelsonp@health.missouri.edu


JROTC Cadet of the Year 2018

Any Junior interested in filling out an application form for the JROTC please come to the Counselor’s office and pick up the application form. Completed awards packages must be received by June 30, 2018 for consideration.

 


Maryville University-Scholarship Opportunties
Deadlines extended to December 8!

Wow, I can’t believe December is here and we’re almost finished with the semester! Maryville University had a great incoming Fall 2017 class and we want to thank you for all of your hard work in guiding students through the college search process. We wanted to take some time to update you on some important information regarding our priority scholarship dates.

Please refer to our scholarship website to see all scholarship opportunities and deadlines, including our automatic scholarships ranging from $10,000 to $14,000 annually.


Scholarship Opportunities
Deadlines extended to December 8!


We are glad to extend the priority deadline by one week to allow more students to be considered for these scholarships. Please ensure that if students apply, they send their official transcripts to us as well.

If you have questions, please don't hesitate to contact us. Thanks!

Sincerely,

Shani Lenore-Jenkins
Associate Vice President of Enrollment


Job Opportunity-Auto Collision Repair

Logan Martin, owner of Mr. Dent in Seymour (he just took over this location. It was originally Wrecks-R-Us). He has an entry-level position/apprenticenship available that is either full time or part time until graduation and then would turn into full-time. He stated that the person would be mostly apprenticing, but when they weren’t they would clean up after the repair, sweep, other things as needed. Pay will vary according to experience $8-$12/hour.

If interested, please call the shop at (417) 935-298


Columbia College

 

FAFSA Frenzy is sponsored by the Missouri Department of Higher Education

Rather swim with sharks than fill out financial aid paperwork?

Sink no more- the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, has been decoded by our expert staff! We're offering free filing support for all high school students and their families.

Come to Columbia College's FAFSA Frenzy on December 10 from 2:00- 4:00 p.m. in Atkins-Holman Student Commons to learn about FAFSA, then dive into completing your own paperwork with our staff’s help.

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We need your help to get the word out! Please consider forwarding the following messages about Explore and Experience to your juniors and seniors or even include this message in your announcements. Thanks in advance for helping us invite your students to join the Trojan Family at UA Little Rock!

 

EXPLORE FOR HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS:

 

 

UA Little Rock is rolling out the maroon carpet for you and your family! Saturday, Feb. 24 the Trojan basketball team will take on Appalachian State and they want you to be their VIP for a pre-game reception. Game tickets are FREE for all those who attend the reception!

 

Get more information and RSVP at ualr.edu/admissions/juniorvip.

 

 

 

EXPERIENCE FOR HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS:

 

 

Plan now to attend Experience! This isn't a typical college preview day- you'll attend college classes, enjoy campus dining, and cheer on the Trojan basketball team. Food, game tickets, and Trojan spirit are FREE! You're welcome to bring family and friends to experience college life with you. Experience will be offered on Thursday, February 1 and Thursday, February 22.

 

Get more information and RSVP at ualr.edu/admissions/experience.

 

 

Office of Undergraduate Admissions
University of Arkansas at Little Rock
501.569.3127 | admissions@ualr.edu | ualr.edu/admissions
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Pittsburg State University-Open House

 

 

 


PSAT

National Merit Scholarship qualifying test for college- bound juniors and sophomores.

Fee:  $16 (includes study guide)

 (Make check payable to Logan-Rogersville Schools with PSAT in memo)

Students interested please register in the counselors’ office by October 4, 2017

Test date: Wednesday, October 11th 7:30am

Location: LRHS room #401(English lab)
 


Upcoming College Representative visit to LR-HS

University of Central Mo- Monday, September 18th @11:00am

Drury University-Wednesday, September 20th @ 11:00am

College of the Ozarks- Monday, September 25th @ 11:00am

University of Missouri-Columbia- Monday, October 9th @ 11:00am

OTC- Wednesday October 11th, @ 11:00am

Paul Mitchell-October 12th, @ 10:30am

National Guard- October 12th, @ 11:00am

Pittsburg State- Monday, October 16th @ 11:00am

Mo. Southern State University- Monday, November 13th  @ 11:00

Truman State University- Thursday, February 8th, 2018

University of Missouri- Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

If any student’s are interrested in meeting with any of these College Representative’s please sign up in the Counselor’s office on the sign up sheet.
 


New Release: U.S. Naval Academy

Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 5:00pm, Midshipman Parker Nelson and Commander Eric Atkinson, SC, USNR-R, will speak informally about the U.S. Naval Academy and its admittance requirements.

A U.S. Naval Academy 4-year scholarship/appointment is valued at $300.000. 

The presentation will be held in the conference room of Morgan Stanley, 1535 E. Primrose, Springfield, Mo 65804.

All underclassmen interested in a military career are especially invited to attend with their parents or guardians. Please contact: Eric Atkinson (417) 885-1630 for additional information.

 


 

                       Columbia College

 

Two months of visit opportunities for your students!

Your students can visit Columbia College anytime with daily personal tours and group visits available year-round. However, three of our biggest events are coming up over the next couple of months, so we wanted to let you know!
 

Nursing Pulse 
Oct. 26

Students can tour our nursing facility and learn why our grads have the highest licence exam pass rates in Missouri since 2013!
 

Learn more!

Overnight Visit
Nov. 3

18 hours in the the life of a CC Cougar, with an overnight stay in the res halls, activities, and a tour of downtown Columbia. 

 

Learn more!

Saturday Showcase
Dec. 2

A chance for your students to tour campus, chat with professors and students, and find out what life is really like as a CC Cougar!  
 

Learn more!

 


 

Exciting Summer Opportunities for Your Students at Stanford

Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies participants on campus.
As a high school college counselor, you are a critical resource to your students as they look to their future. We hope that you will look over our program information and discuss the benefits of attending a Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies summer program with your top students as they make plans for Summer 2018. Please direct students to our website to learn more about our diverse program offerings.
Learn More About Our Summer Programs

We offer programs across a wide variety of disciplines including arts, humanities, science, and math, giving highly motivated students the opportunity to investigate advanced topics not typically taught in secondary schools. Participants engage in small classes with brilliant instructors and peers who share their passions.

Deadlines for our summer programs are in February, with some early round deadlines in January. Admission is selective. Limited financial aid is available.

  • Stanford Summer Arts Institute students in grades 9–11 come together for a three-week intensive interdisciplinary arts program offering academically rigorous, hands-on courses in art, visual design, and music.
  • Stanford Summer Humanities Institute students in grades 10 and 11 explore the big questions at the heart of the humanities in seminars led by distinguished Stanford professors during this three-week residential program.
  • Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes allows students in grades 8–11 to engage in single-subject intensive study selected from a wide range of disciplines, and benefit from small class size and academically themed residences.
  • Stanford AI4ALL, formerly SAILORS, invites young women in grade 9 to apply to this three-week residential summer program. Participants learn about topics in AI, partake in ongoing research at Stanford, and receive mentorship from professors, graduate students, and industry professionals.
  • Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC) students participate in a highly-selective program centered around lectures, guided research, and group problem solving in advanced math topics. This four-week program is intended for an elite group of talented students in grades 10 and 11.
  • Stanford Pre-Collegiate University-Level Online Math and Physics offers 13 courses throughout the year, including a summer term for high school students, grades 9–12. Students earn Stanford University Continuing Studies credit.
Learn more about Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies programs here: https://spcs.stanford.edu/programs.

 

 

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SPECIAL PROGRAMS APPLICATION
If your students are interested in applying for one of the following programs, now is the time for them to complete The University of Tulsa Special Programs ApplicationThe deadline to apply is Monday, January 15, 2018!

* Requirements for each program vary. Read through each one carefully before starting the application.

The Special Programs application is a one-stop shop which allows students to apply for one or more of these programs all at the same time. 

SELF REPORTED SCORES
In an effort to remove barriers for all students during the application process, TU has moved to accepting self-reported test scores in the form of a student report or screen shot that includes full name, birthdate or email, a clear test date and complete scores (subscores must be legible.).

JUNIORS AND SOPHOMORES
Please encourage your sophomores and juniors who have The University of Tulsa on their college lists to go ahead and send their standardized test scores to TU. This will save them time in the future, and we superscore, so there is no need for students who plan to retest to wait until the application process to submit their scores.

As always, please reach out to us with any questions! We appreciate you!

The TU Office of Admission


 

 

The University of Tulsa is delighted to announce two amazing opportunities available to your students. Both programs allow students to begin a path to their desired graduate program as early as freshman year.

The TU Early Careers in Community Medicine (ECCM) program allows select incoming freshman to have a provisional acceptance to medical school at the OU-TU School of Community Medicine in Tulsa or the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine in Oklahoma City. Students admitted to the ECCM program may select any  major at TU, but must receive a minor in one of the following areas considered essential to community medicine: anthropology, sociology, health informatics, biomedical engineering (when available) or law, policy and society. We invite you to learn more about this exciting opportunity!

  • To be considered, students must meet the qualifications for the Presidential Scholarship and apply for both programs by January 15. 
  • Five students will be selected each year.
  • Finalists will interview with representatives from both TU and OU.

The TU 3 + 1.5 Accelerated MBA Program allows exceptional students to be admitted into the MBA track of the undergraduate business program as TU freshmen. Students who meet the requirements of the program will be admitted to the Graduate School in their junior year following the application process. To be considered for admission, students must have a minimum ACT score of 28 and graduate in the top 10% of their high school class or have a minimum 3.75 high school GPA. To learn more, please visit our website or contact your school’s TU admission counselor.

  • Students entering this program who bring less than 15 hours of AP or other college credit will need to attend summer school to allow graduation within four and a half years.
  • Students admitted in this program as freshmen will be engaged with Graduate Business Programs with a special orientation and occasional activities, including invitations to various GBSA events.
  • Admission is competitive and a maximum of 20 students will be accepted each year.

We hope your students take advantage of these wonderful opportunities. If you have additional questions or would like more details, please contact your school’s admission counselor at 918-631-2307 or 800-331-3050 or email the Office of Undergraduate Admission at admission@utulsa.edu.

Sincerely,

The University of Tulsa Office of Admission

 

 


The University of Tulsa-

Below is a list of TU’s visit programs for the upcoming school year. Please share with any students interested in visiting The University of Tulsa. Program descriptions can be found here.

  • Sunday, September 24 - TU Financial Aid Workshop for Parents
  • Friday, October 20 - TU Up Close for Sophomores & Juniors
  • Sunday-Monday, November 12-13 - Tulsa Time Overnight Visit Program for Seniors
  • Monday, January 15 - TU Up Close for Sophomores & Juniors
  • Sunday-Monday, February 18-19 - Tulsa Time Overnight Visit Program for Seniors
  • Thursday-Friday, March 29-30 - Tulsa Time Overnight Visit Program for Seniors


Thank you for all you do. We hope you have a great school year!
 
Sincerely,
 
The TU Office of Admission
 


 

 

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Wells Fargo Scholarship Program for People with Disabilities

Program Information

 

In honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) has committed $1 million over the next four years to Scholarship America to implement a special scholarship program to help people with disabilities obtain the education or training necessary to succeed in the career path of their choice.

This program is administered by Scholarship America®, the nation's largest designer and manager of scholarship, tuition assistance and other education support programs for corporations, foundations, associations, and individuals. Awards are granted without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, age, gender, disability, or national origin.

Eligibility

Applicants to the Wells Fargo Scholarship Program for People with Disabilities must:

  • Have an identified disability (defined as someone who has, or considers themselves to have, a long-term or recurring issue that impacts one or more major life activity)
  • Have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale or its equivalent
  • Be a high school senior or graduate who plans to enroll or who is already enrolled in full-time or half-time (at least 6 credits per term) undergraduate study at an accredited two-year or four-year college or university in the United States for the entire 2018-2019 academic year.

Awards

If selected as a recipient, the student will receive a $2,500 award for full-time study or a $1,250 award for half-time study. Full-time student awards may be renewed for up to three (3) additional years and half-time student awards may be renewed for up to seven (7) years or until a bachelor’s degree is earned, whichever occurs first. Renewal is contingent upon maintaining a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale or the equivalent.

Awards are for undergraduate study only.

Application Process

  • Start by clicking Register to Apply at the bottom of this page. You must read and agree to a consent statement, supply a unique and valid email address, and create a username and password.
  • Correspondence throughout the application process will be by email. Email messages will be sent to the username and email address registered when you created your account. Be sure to add pwdscholarship@scholarshipamerica.org to your contacts or address book and check your email regularly!
  • Complete the application by entering data in the format described. Proper punctuation and standard capitalization (Jill Smith, 10 Main Street, New York, NY) must be used.
  • During the application process, you may leave the site prior to submission by clicking Save and Log out
  • Once all application requirements are satisfied, Lock and Submit  will be available near the bottom of the Review Applicationpage.
  • Carefully review your application before clicking Lock and Submit.  Once submitted, you will no longer have access to your application.
  • It is recommended that you keep a copy of your application for your records.
  • You will receive an email acknowledgment of your submitted application.

Required Documents

As part of your application, you must upload the following documents to Scholarship America by 11:59 p.m. CST on November 28, 2017 or until the first 700 applications are submitted, whichever comes first.

  1. A current, complete transcript of grades. Grade reports are not accepted. Transcripts must display student name, school name, grades and credit hours for each course and term in which each course was taken.
  2. A completed Applicant Appraisal Form (click to view and print the form).
  3. Copy of the first two pages of the most recently filed IRS Form 1040 used for the Financial Information Page.

Your application is not complete unless all required documents are submitted electronically.

Program Deadline

Your application must be submitted on or before November 28, 2017 or until the first 700 applications are submitted, whichever comes firstCustomer Service is available during regular business hours of 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. CST.

Only the first 700 applications submitted will be considered for scholarship evaluation.

Selection of Finalists

Scholarship finalists are selected on the basis of academic record, demonstrated leadership and participation in school and community activities, honors, work experience, statement of goals and aspirations, and an outside appraisal.

Each applicant will be required to submit an essay on the question: What life experiences have shaped who you are today?

Financial need as calculated by Scholarship America must be demonstrated for the student to receive an award.

Selection of finalists is made by Scholarship America. Wells Fargo Committee members will review finalists' applications, essays and statements and provide input to Scholarship America. Scholarship America will select recipients. All applicants agree to accept the decision as final.

Notification

Applicants will be notified in early March. Not all applicants to the program will be selected as recipients. Students may reapply to the program each year they meet eligibility requirements.

Payment of Scholarships

Scholarship America processes scholarship payments on behalf of Wells Fargo. Payments are made in one installment on August 1. 

Obligations

Recipients have no obligation to Wells Fargo. They are, however, required to notify Scholarship America of any changes in address, school enrollment, or other relevant information, and to send a complete official transcript when requested.

Revisions

Wells Fargo reserves the right to review the conditions and procedures of this scholarship program and to make changes at any time including termination of the program.

Contact us

For questions or help accessing the application:

Email: pwdscholarship@scholarshipamerica.org

Call: Toll Free 1-844-402-0357

Customer Service is available during regular business hours of 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. CST

 

 


 

Missouri State University Showcase open house
 
 

 

We recently mailed invitations to students to attend the Missouri State University Showcase — our fall open house — scheduled for Saturday, October 7, 2017, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Though targeted to high school seniors, we welcome juniors wanting to get an early start on their college search.

We encourage you to share information about Showcase with students who may benefit from the opportunity.

Students and parents will be able to:

  • Learn about the admission process, financial aid, and scholarships
  • Meet faculty who represent more than 190 academic majors and programs
  • Experience Missouri State up close and personal by taking a campus tour
  • Explore our many housing options and dine on campus

We want your students to be inspired by the many experiences waiting for them here at Missouri State.

 
Student testimonial

"Showcase helped me see what Missouri State offers all at once. It was a great way to interact with students and talk to faculty from different departments. I got to experience Missouri State in a fun and exciting way!"

Lucy Sidlo — Missouri State student

 


Discover preview day is the perfect way to get your students on a college campus exploring their opportunities. We'd love to have your juniors and seniors here on Friday, October 13 or Friday, November 3. We'll even waive the $40 application fee for seniors who attend and apply at the event. They can RSVP at: ualr.edu/admissions/discover.  

We need your help to get the word out! Please consider forwarding the following message about Discover to your juniors and seniors or even include this message in your announcements. Thanks in advance for helping us invite your students to join the Trojan Family at UA Little Rock!

Message for students:

UA Little Rock is inviting you to Discover preview day FREE for all high school juniors and seniors. Discover includes interactive sessions, campus activities hosted by student organizations, and plenty of UA Little Rock swag to go around. There will also be a $1,000 scholarship drawing and a social media scholarship contest.

We'll also help you get the college application process started! The $40 application fee will be waived for any high school senior who applies for admission at Discover. We'll begin at 9:00 am in the Jack Stephens Center, spend the day seeing what you want, and wrap up by 2:00 pm. Getting on campus and seeing what it's really like to be a Trojan is the perfect way to see if UA Little Rock is the place for you!

Discover UALR is on Friday, October 13 and Friday, November 3. Bring your friends and family!

RSVP at: ualr.edu/admissions/discover.  

 


 

2018 John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Essay Contest

Contest Topic-Describe and analyze and act of political courage by a US elected official who served during or after 1917, the year of JFK’s birth. For more contest information, registration, and to submit your essay, visit the Profile in Courage Essay Contest at jfklibrary.org/essaycontest.
 


Prepare for Success ACT test prep courses- Spring Courses

ACT Blitz  March 11 – Apr.  8, 2018 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Sundays (MSU Campus) Cost: $449
ACT Blitz ONLINE Feb. 11-Apr. 8, 2018 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm  Sundays  (Live Online) Cost: $449
ACT Summer Institute  June 4-7, 2018 or July 9-12 9:00 pm – 3:00 pm Mon – Thur (MSU Campus) Cost: $449

 



You, your students, and their families are cordially invited to attend the Four States Regional College Fair scheduled for Wednesday, October 4, 2017 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.  The fair will be held in the Leggett & Platt Athletic Center on the campus of Missouri Southern State University in Joplin, Missouri. Over 50 different Colleges, Universities and Technical Schools will be there to exhibit. There will also be two Financial Aid Workshops for parents to learn more about the Financial Aid process. The Financial Aid sessions will be held in Young Gym Classroom 203 from 5:45-6:15pm and 6:30-7:00pm and parents can attend either session.

Four States Regional College Fair                

Counselors from Carl Junction, Carthage, College Heights, Diamond, Joplin, McAuley, Neosho, Sarcoxie, Seneca, and Webb City High Schools have planned the fair and have committed to sending their students. Please help us by encouraging your students and their parents to take advantage of this occasion to learn more about their higher education opportunities.

Our fair will also be an automated fair. This means that students attending any college fair this fall can register online at www.strivefair.com  to receive a barcode that they can bring with them to the fairs. Any admissions counselor using a scanner will be able to scan this barcode in place of having students fill out the inquiry card at the college’s table. 

I have attached a copy of the 2017 College Fair Flyer for you to hang up in your schools as well as the student registration instructions for StriveScan. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact Amber Brown at Brown-A@mssu.edu. We look forward to seeing you on the campus of Missouri Southern State University.
 



49th Annual Missouri Cadet Patrol AcademyJune 10th thru June 15th, 2018

QUALIFICATIONS

1.  Age - 16 -18.  No condition of race, creed, color or sex is a prerequisite for selection. Former Cadet Patrol Graduates are NOT eligible.

2.  Applicants must have a ( C ) average or higher (2.0+ GPA). Home-schooled students that meet the (C) average requirement are also eligible.

3.  Must furnish own transportation to and from the Missouri State Highway Patrol Law Enforcement Academy.

4.  Every applicant must be of good moral character and come well recommended.

5.  Applicants must be in excellent physical condition and able to participate in a rigorous physical program.

6. Copy of Valid Missouri drivers license MUST be attached.

7.  This application must be endorsed by an American Legion Post in your area to be considered. (Note: Check for fee of $450.00 (PAID BY SPONSORING POST) MUST ACCOMPANY APPLICATION; make it payable to The American Legion Department of Missouri.)

Cadet Patrol Applications
Dist Chair
Cadet Brochure
 


Fontbonne University- THIS WEEK
Griffin Technology STEM Showcase
Saturday, Sept. 16- 10am-12pm
 


 Washington University in St. Louis

Admission Information Session will be held Tuesday, September 12, 2017 (7-8pm) at the Republic High School 4370 Repmo Drive Republic, Missouri.
 


 

Discover OTC!

At Discover OTC, prospective students can benefit from the traditional college visit while also participating in everyone’s favorite day on campus - our all-student picnic! Join us for the fun.

  • Tour campus/center
  • Visit program areas of interest
  • Talk with instructors and students
  • Enjoy OTC student picnic
  • See student clubs and organizations
  • Participate in games and booths
  • Grab a FREE lunch

    Visit otc.edu/discoverotc for more information!

DATES & LOCATIONS

Lebanon Center

Wednesday, Sept. 20
11 a.m.–6 p.m.
Check in at Student Services.

Table Rock Campus
Thursday, Sept. 21
8:30 a.m.–2 p.m.
Check in at Student Services.

Richwood Valley Campus
Thursday, Sept. 28
10:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
Check in at Student Services on the first floor.

Waynesville Center
Thursday, Sept. 28
10 a.m.–1 p.m.
Check in at Student Services.

Springfield Campus
Friday, Sept. 29
10 a.m.–1 p.m.
Check in at the Discover OTC tent.

 


Christian College Fairs

Thursday, Spetember 28th @ 6:30-8:30pm. The event will be held at the New Covenant Academy 3304 S. Cox Ave Springfield, Mo 65807
 


For those students who would like to visit Seton Hall University they have Open House events: October 15, November 19th, February 18th and April 22nd. Open house is the best opportunity for students to visit campus, learn about admissions and financial aid. In addition, they offer campus tours Monday through Friday at 10am and 2pm and Saturdays at 10am 12pm and 2pm. For more informaiton or to register, you can go to www.shu.edu/visiting.    
 


 

State Tech Open House Announcement

DON’T MISS STATE TECH’S OPEN HOUSE!!  On Saturday, October 14th, you will have the opportunity to visit State Technical College of Missouri, meet faculty, and explore campus during their Open House event.  Find out why State Tech is considered “The Employers Choice” for advanced and emerging technical education.   Participants are encouraged (but not required) to RSVP for planning purposes.  See you at STATE TECH!

 


 


 

UPCOMING EVENT          
The Springfield Regional College and Career Fair will be held on Tuesday, October 3rd from 5:00-7:00pm. The location of the event will be held at the University Plaza Hotel & Convention Center. Representatives from 100 colleges and universities, trade and technical schools, the military and finacial aid organizations will be present to assist students. 
 


 (SAIC) SCHOOL OF THE ART INSTUTUE OF CHICAGO

SAIC- is having an event on Saturday, October 7, 2017 from 12:00pm-3:00pm. It will be held at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art 4420 Warwick Blvd. Kansas City, Mo. Registration is required for this event. RSVP at saic.edu/ugevents.
 


State Tech Linn, Mo         Schedule a Tour
Open House                       800-743-8324
October 14, 2017                statetechmo.edu 
March 24, 2018
Junior Preview Day
March 2, 2018
 


National Portfolio Day                                       www.kcai.edu/admissions/portfolio-day-kc/
Saturday, October 28, 2017                                 or call 800-522-5224
KCAI
4415 Warwick Blvd
Kansas City, Mo 64111

 


Experinence Cox College
Take a tour, visit with faculty, staff and students. Learn more about the programs that they offfer. To see a schedule of events and register visit: www.coxcollege.edu/experience

Saturday, October 28th
9:00am-Noon
Fountain Plaza Room-Complete an application for admission at the event and we’ll waive the $50 fee. Phone: 417-269-3401

 


NSLI FOR YOUTH-STUDY ABROAD!

Your school has a current relationship with AFS and is hosting at least one student in the local community so we wanted to let you know about some unique Study Abroad opportunities available to your students along with a special webinar presentation. 

 

We know YOUR school has outstanding students and we ask for your help getting the word out to students and teachers in the Foreign Language Department regarding these prestigious, full scholarship opportunities. 

 

Students and teachers are invited to a special webinar presentation on October 19th given by Ryan O’Malley, the Midwest NSLI-Y Alumni Representative, and NSLI-Y alumnus to Beijing, China. Ryan will share pictures, stories and answer questions about his experience through the NSLI-Y program. Any students interested in NSLI-Y or YES Abroad scholarship opportunities or study abroad are welcome and encouraged to attend. Please view and distribute the attached flyer for all details on how to connect to the presentation!

 

More information along with application deadlines are listed below:

 

The first program is the National Security Language Initiative for Youth or NSLI-Y. The NSLI-Y program provides merit-based scholarships for eligible high school students and recent high school graduates to learn less commonly taught languages in summer and academic-year overseas immersion programs. This is an intensive language learning study program for motivated students. Students, ages 15-18, are welcome to apply for any of the target languages which typically include: Arabic, Chinese, Hindi, Korean, Persian and Russian. All applications must be submitted by Thursday, November 2, 2017 at 4 PM ET. In depth details, including how to apply, can be found on the website at www.nsliforyouth.org.   

 

The second program is the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study Program or YES Abroad. This program, also sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, provides competitive, merit based scholarships for U.S. citizens ages 15 to 18.5 for one full academic year in countries with significant Muslim populations such as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Macedonia, Malaysia, Morocco, the Philippines, Senegal and Thailand. Participants will live with a family, attend a local school and will acquire leadership skills and engage in activities to learn about the host country's society and values. The 2018-2019 program application deadline is December 5, 2017 at 11:59 PM PST. More details and how to apply can be found at www.yes-abroad.org.  

 

We want to thank you again for hosting AFS participants in your school and we look forward to answering any questions you may have.

 

Best Regards!

 

Shelly Winkels 

AFS Missouri Gateway Volunteer

 


Washington University in St. Louis-Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts
National Portfolio Day

Sunday, October 29, 2017
11am to 4pm
Register online at samfoxschool.wustl.edu/npdRegistration or call 314-935-6500
 


Mark your Calendars and Save the Date!

MIZZOU

Athletic Training Program

Bachelor of Health Sciences in Athletic Training (BHS-AT)

Annual OPEN HOUSE

Friday, November 3

2:00-4:00 p.m.

 

The Athletic Training Program (ATP) at the University of Missouri is hosting their annual Open House on Friday, November 3. This event is a way to introduce students to athletic training as a health care profession. Faculty and current students will provide information, tours of the classroom, lab and athletic training facilities, and there will be a session for Q&A with an Academic Advisor from the School of Health Professions.

High School Principals and Guidance Counselors - Please share this event with students interested in exploring the Athletic Training Program at Mizzou!   Please Click Here to RSVP and for Inquiries to allow us to answer any questions and to allow us to anticipate the number of attendees.

The Open House will be held at the Hearnes Center on the MU Campus - 600 E Stadium Blvd, Columbia, Mo

Click here for Driving Directions

Click here to view the ATP website
 


417@EU

Nov. 1-3 Sign up Today to visit Evangel University, for campus tours, lunch with Faculty, Q&A with admissions, info about scholarships. If interested please call 800-EVANGEL.
 


Imagine America Foundation

How long will it take to finish automotive school?

Sponsored by:

Traveling the road to a career in automotive repair is like riding in a sports car: Depending on the specific job you’re hoping to obtain, you can earn the training to make it happen in a little more than a couple of years.

Our article about the length of time it might take you to finish automotive school sheds some light on the different career paths you can pursue and approximately how long each will take for the right formal training.

If you have students interested in an automotive career - please take a look at our article and pass along the information.

CLICK TO READ OUR ARTICLE ON HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO FINISH AUTOMOTIVE SCHOOL

 
 

 

 

The Ozarks Technical Community College (OTC) Allied Health division would like to invite potential students to attend the:

 

Discover OTC Allied Health Open House -  December 1, 2017 - 9am-3pm - OTC Springfield campus

 

This is a “come and go” event, open to all students who are interested in learning more about their options for a career in Allied Health!

 

Please share with any students that would benefit from attending this event and discovering more about what paths that the OTC Allied Health division has to offer in career education.

 

For all student groups, please RSVP to alliedhealthrsvp@otc.edu by November 1st to reserve your tour time.

 

https://academics.otc.edu/alliedhealth/


 
 
 
 
Dear Counselor,
 
We at Duke Summer Session invite you to help us spread the word about our incredible summer programs.  Please share the information below with your students for a once-in-a-lifetime experience:
 
We are happy to announce that our website has been updated and now contains information about our 2018 programs.  At Duke Summer Session, we’re in the business of creating life-changing experiences.  With our world-class instructors, breathtaking campus, and downright fun residential program, our students leave our program not only equipped for a future of collegiate success, but with a lifetime of memories and friendships.  This summer, we are offering more opportunities than ever to engage in one of our transformative programs:
 
Summer College – A four-week, credit-bearing program for US students currently in 10th or 11th grade and international students currently in 10th – 12th grade in which they take undergraduate-level courses
 
Summer Academy – A three-week program for students currently in 9th – 12th grade in which they take a certificate course.
 
Intensive STEM Academy – A one-week, STEM-based program for students currently in 9th – 12th grade that consists of a variety of laboratory tours, faculty lectures, and workshops.
 
Want to learn more about our programs?  Check out our website.
 
Sincerely,
 
Nicki Charles, Ed.D.
Director of Summer College and Academy for High School Students
Duke University (Durham, North Carolina USA)
summercollege@duke.edu
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Hi there,
 
At Duke Summer College and Academy, we believe in a simple formula.  By combining rigorous academics with an incredibly fun residential program, we can create life-changing experiences.  This past summer, we put this to the test and discovered that it is overwhelmingly true. 
 
But don’t take our word for it.  Check out the video below and hear from our students themselves as they reflect upon their time at Duke:
Stay tuned for next month’s updates to our website, which will include exciting additions to our 2018 program such as new online courses and a one-week STEM Academy at Duke.

Best,

Nicki Charles, Ed.D.
Director of Summer College and Academy for High School Students
Duke University (Durham, North Carolina USA)
summercollege@duke.edu
 
 

 

 

Patriot Guard Riders of Missouri Scholarship

The Patriot Guard Riders of Missouri Scholarship is being offered to Missouri students who are sons or daughters of those who fall within the following categories:

(1) Those who have given their lives in the line of duty, including both military and first responders (police/fire)
(2) Those honorably discharged veterans who have passed after their term of service
(3) Those veterans or first responders disabled in the line of duty to the extent that providing an advanced education cannot be easily realized.

This scholarship is a non-renewable award in the amount of $2,500 to one deserving Missouri student to help defray cost at any accredited institution of higher learning, including vocational and business schools.

CLICK HERE for an application.
 


Please find attached The American Legion 2018 Eagle Scout of the Year nomination form. Applications are due to Department Headquarters by February 14, 2018. Any questions, feel free to call the Department Headquarters or the Boy Scouts Committee Chair. Jerome Goolsby, 417-301-3464, Jerome@jeromegoolsby.net


 

Tell your graduating seniors to get ready. It’s their chance to shine.
Once again, Wendy's® High School Heisman® is awarding a total of $150,000 in scholarships to the nation’s most accomplished scholar-athletes. With winners from every school, 100 State Winners, 10 National Finalists, and 2 National Winners, your graduating seniors have lots of ways to join the ranks of more than 600,000 past winners—including several of your school’s very own.

Refer your best-of-the-best.
This year’s winners from your school will compete for 100 scholarships, ranging from $1,000 to $10,000, along with recognition at the state and national levels. And their chance starts with you. Give your seniors a shot at winning the Wendy’s Heisman Scholarship by referring a student today. You can also encourage your Heisman-worthy students to apply at wendysheisman.com.

 


 

DRURY ARCHITECTURE DAY

On Friday October 6th, Drury University’s Hammons School of Architecture will host our annual DRURY ARCHITECTURE DAY event, for which I have attached an invitation that you can distribute to your students. This is an all-day event that allows high-school students interested in studying architecture to learn about our program, spend time in the design studios with our students, and tour area architectural offices.

We think that a broad range of your students might be interested in a career in architecture. Although many assume that you have to be great at math to do architecture, or you to have to draw well, or take drafting classes, in reality there are all kinds of students who can do well both academically and professionally as architects. In particular, our school seeks students who are creative problem solvers and strong conceptual thinkers. As a professional program in a strong liberal-arts setting, our focus is on the broad education of our architecture students—preparing them to be flexible, to communicate well, and to excel as leaders.

I hope you will consider passing on the invitation to any of your students who you think might be interested. We would also be happy to arrange a presentation at your school if you have classes that might be curious about architecture as a career.

Your students can REGISTER FOR DRURY ARCHITECTURE DAY here: http://www.drury.edu/calendar/details/architecture-day-2

 



Eighty- Fourth Annual High School Oratorical Scholarship Program
"A Constitutional Speech Contest" 2017-2018

THE AMERICAN LEGION, Department of Missouri, during this school year, again sponsors an Oratorical Contest for high school students in Missouri. The purpose of the contest is to develop knowledge and appreciation of the United States Constitution, the ability to think and speak clearly and critically, and the acceptance of the duties, responsibilities, rights and privileges of American citizenship. The contest meets guidelines of the Missouri State High School Activities Association, and appears in the Advisory List of Contests and Activities, of the National Association of Secondary School Principals. The Legion contest is a partner with the National Speech & Debate Association, the honor society for high-school students (formerly the National Forensic League).

AWARDS
The Department of Missouri awards the following medals and scholarships at State Finals:

DEPARTMENT

1st Place Gold Medal $2,000
2nd Place Silver Medal $1,800
3rd Place Silver Medal $1,600
4th Place Silver Medal $1,400


ZONE

1st Place Gold Medal
2nd Place Silver Medal
Others Bronze Medal


DISTRICT

1st Place Silver Medal
2nd Place Bronze Medal
County Award Brooch


SCHEDULE OF CONTESTS

High School Before November 30, 2017
County Between December 9 and 18, 2017
District Before January 22, 2018
Zone Before February 5, 2018
State Finals On February 17, 2018

For rules and contest details visit: http://missourilegion.org/oratorical_program_2017.pdf

To certify your high school winner:http://oratorical.coffeecup.com/forms/Oratorical%20High%20School%20application/

If you have any questions or are in need of supplies feel free to call or email. Additional information can be found at http://www.missourilegion.org/oratorical.htm

 



Academy of Hair Design
NOW OFFERING NIGHT BARBERING CLASSES!
TUE - THURS 5PM-9PM 
SAT 8:30AM - 5PM 

  • NACCAS accredited
  • Straight razor and skin care training!
  • Business classes and resume building
  • Be a part of our student fashion shows, competitions and community outreach opportunities!

Schedule your personalized tour: 417-881-3900                  

         

Save the Date-Friday, December 1, 2017
A Lunch with Mizzou
11am-1pm
Aviary Cafe-Farmer’s Park Location
invitation and details to followor register now:

http://admissions.missouri.edu/counselor



The Joyce Ivy Foundation-Summer Scholars
Who are Summer Scholars?
Smart young women from the Midwest
Spend the summer at:   Barnard/Brown/Cornell/Emory/Harvard/Johns Hopkins/ MIT/Smith/Yale/Stanford/Wash U
The Joyce Ivy Foundation Summer Scholars Program provides scholarships for talented, high-achieving young women from the Midwest to participate in academic summer programs at some of the country’s top colleges.
Like to see more?
Check out the program overview and application at  
http://www.joyceivyfoundation.org/summer-scholars.html
2017 Scholarship Application now available. Scholarships are awarded based on merit and financial need.



Mercy - Alive at 25 - Defensive Driving Course
Proven To Help Teach Young Adults To Drive Safe And Responsibly

Alive at 25 is a highly-interactive course developed by the National Safety Council that helps young adults under the age of 25 take greater responsibility for their driving by focusing on behavior, judgment, and decision making. This free 4-hour classroom course teaches young drivers that there are consequences to their driving behavior and provides the tools for making positive choices.
 What Participants Will Learn

  • People in their age group are more likely to be hurt or killed in a vehicle crash
  • Inexperience, distractions, and peer pressure cause unique driving hazards
  • Speeding, alcohol, and “party drugs” greatly increase their risk of death
  • As a driver or passenger, they can greatly reduce their risk by taking control
  • Committing to changing their driving behavior makes personal, legal and financial sense

Hear From Past Participants
Alive at 25:

  • “Opened my eyes to how dangerous driving really is.”
  • “Made me more aware of what I am able to control in my driving.”
  • “Brings fresh information to the forefront of my mind to help me really be prepared before I hit the road.” 

Want More Information
Call 417-820-7233 or email us at mercyinjurypreventionoffice@mercy.net
To register for the Alive at 25 Defensive Driving Course, visit www.mercy.net/alive 

 



University of Missouri-St. Louis Summer Camp Programs
Get involved in one of the exciting summer camps being held at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. UMSL offers a number of academic and athletic camps for a variety of ages and grade levels. These programs offer the opportunity to improve both scholastic and physical skills sets. 
For more information on summer camps visit: https://www.umsl.edu/camps/index.html

 



Webster University-School of Communications-Summer Camps                    
Summer Camps – This year Webster University is offering four different summer camps; Sports Communication, Games and Game Design, Filmmaking and Music Recording www.webster.edu/mediacamps.
Screenwriting Competition – Students can submit their original script and, if selected, their script will be produced during the Filmmaking camps. Teachers can choose to make it a part of their class www.webster.edu/mediacamps.
Gorlok Guest Lectures – A faculty member will visit (virtual or face-to-face) your classroom to discuss a topic of interest to the teacher and students.  Have them contact socsuccess@webster.edu and we will match them to an appropriate member of our faculty.

 



Stanford Pre-College Program
Find yourself at Stanford - Summer programs offered to students grades 7-12                                                            
Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies offer highly motivated, intellectually curious students the opportunity to investigate topics not typically taught in secondary schools. Students engage in small classes taught by instructors who are experts in their fields and passionate about teaching. In this setting, students hone their academic skills and form new friendships with intellectual peers.
Stanford Sports Business Academy – Grades 10-11
Students get a glimpse into the world of sports and entertainment, with a focus on management, law, negotiation, marketing, and leadership.
 Summer Humanities Institute – Grades 10-11
A three-week residential program where students explore the big questions at the heart of the humanities in seminars led by distinguished Stanford professors.
 Summer Arts Institute – Grades 9-11
Students come together for a three-week intensive arts program offering academically challenging, interdisciplinary courses in art, visual design, and music.
 Artificial Intelligence Laboratory’s Outreach Summer Program – Grade 9
The Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory has opened its lab doors with a summer program aimed at increasing the number of women in science.
High School Summer College – Ages 16-19
High-achieving students to enroll in Stanford’s Summer Quarter and take the same courses as fully matriculated Stanford students and other visiting undergraduates.
 Summer Institutes – Grades 8-11
A three-week summer residential program where students engage in single-subject intensive study and benefit from small class size and academically themed residences.
 Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC) – Grades 10-11
SUMaC welcomes an elite group of talented current students from around the world for intensive study in advanced mathematics.
 University-Level Online Math and Physics – Grades 9-12
13 courses are offered throughout the year to give students the opportunity to take an advanced offering of math and physics courses not typically available in secondary schools. 
 Stanford Online High School – Grades 7-12
Through vibrant, real-time, online seminars, the rigorous curriculum challenges students to reason analytically, think creatively, and argue critically.  Stanford OHS offers a number of enrollment options including taking a single course.

For more information visit: https://spcs.stanford.edu/collegecounselor?utm_campaign=CACmailing&utm_source=CACmailing&utm_medium=email

 



Missouri S & T-Summer Enrichment Programs                                                                                        
Missouri University of Science and Technology offers a variety of summer enrichment programs, camps and other activities for students from first through twelfth grades. Our goal is to increase the number and diversity of students who are motivated and preparing for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) based careers. Missouri S&T summer programs provide an interesting and entertaining way for students to learn about the opportunities that lay ahead.T
To review the most current information on programs visit http://summer.mst.edu/.Students who are interested in attending summer programs may also register online at this site – just choose the program and then the register link. Each program has a unique registration process.         

 



Wentworth Institute of Technology -  Boston
The Department of Architecture at Wentworth has planned a new program for this summer.  It’s a four-week “design and build” program for high school students entering grade 10 and above, called summerFAB. Participants can stay on campus or commute to Wentworth on a daily basis. Students who successfully complete the program and later enroll in our Architecture program can use SummerFAB to replace a four-credit elective course in Architecture. Graduates of summerFAB will also be eligible to receive a one-time $2000 tuition scholarship toward their freshman year tuition at Wentworth.
 
Summer is a great time to be in Boston, and Wentworth is a great place to explore an interest in design and
fabrication!  For more information, please go to http://legacy.wit.edu/summerfab/ or contact Program Director, Rob Trumbour at trumbourr@wit.edu .

 



Lost & Found Grief Center
Lost & Found Grief Center is partnering with both local hospitals and several other non-profits to offer groups to families who are struggling with a serious illness or life-changing medical event. Groups are for children ages 5-18 whose parent/caregiver has recently had a life-changing medical event, illness, or diagnosis. This can include head injuries that left the parent impaired, or illness in which the family is now adjusting to treatments (even if the prognosis is good), or a potentially terminal diagnosis. Our purpose is to provide a setting in which children can talk about their worries/fears, learn to communicate with parents, & learn about medical terminology.
For more information contact Lost & Found at 417-865-9998.

 



LGBTQ Teen Group
The mission of Megan’s Rainbow is to provide a safe space for LGBTQ teens to interact with peers, share coping skills, and enhance their understanding of self and others. The goal is to foster resiliency and healthy choices within the individual while promoting unity within our community.
Free group for teens 14 – 17 years old (Must have parent/guardian permission)
When:  1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month
Time:  7:30 – 9:00pm
Where: Brentwood Christian Church, 1900 East Barataria, Springfeild, MO 65804
For more information, please see your counselor. 

 



Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Program-HOBY- Empower-Lead-Excel

Sophomores-HOBY’S flagship program, the State Leadership Seminar (LS), is designed to empower high school sophomores to recognize their leadership talents and apply them to become effective, ethical leaders in their home, school, and community. Selected student will attend a three-or four-day seminar to participate in hands-on leadership activities, meet leaders in their state, and explore personal leadership skills, while learning how to lead others and make a positive impact in the community. If interested, please see your counselor.

Juniors & Seniors - Register directly for the Advanced Leadership Academy.

  • Be immersed in college-level curricula that enhance self-knowledge and leadership development while facilitating positive social change.
  • Experience a leadership learning environment that fosters project management skills and a year of support from ALA project coaches.
  • Craft a one-year project action plan around a specific service or social enterprise.
  • Earn up to 3 college credits from George mason University.

Register at www.hoby.org/advanced-leadership-academy 

 



United States Air Force Academy
Junior year is when the application process (http://www.academyadmissions.com/admissions/the-application-process/application-steps/) to the United States Air Force Academy truly begins. Students will start by filling out the Pre-Candidate Questionnaire, which becomes available online March 1 every year and starts the application process. When a student is ready to begin the application, they can visit the Pre-Candidate Questionnaire online (https://admissions.usafa.edu/gateway/gateway.aspx). Between March 1 of their junior year and December 31 of their senior year, they must also request nominations (http://www.academyadmissions.com/admissions/the-application-process/nominations/)  from their state’s congressional representative(s) or other designated nominators.

Who Are We Looking For?
The United States Air Force Academy strives to create a highly qualified and truly diverse cadet wing at the Academy each year. In addition to diversity in terms of race, ethnicity and gender, we are looking to expand our applicant pool across individual characteristics defined by our diversity definition, including:
 - Personal life experiences, including having overcome adversity by personal efforts
 - Geographic background, such as region, rural, suburban, urban
 - Socioeconomic and educational background, such as academic excellence and/or whether an individual would be a first generation college student
 - Cultural knowledge and language abilities, with particular emphasis on cultures and languages of strategic importance to the Air Force
 - Work background, including prior enlisted service
 - Physical abilities, including athletic prowess
 - Age, though applicants must be within statutory parameters for academy attendance

We take a holistic view of our applicants.  They're more than a GPA or standardized test score.  We're looking for students who have a desire to serve and seek an education that is on par with highly selective colleges and universities.   For our top diversity candidates, we offer the Falcon Visitation Experience.  This opportunity gives prospective students an opportunity to spend three days on our campus to get a first-hand look at what United States Air Force Academy life is like.  If you have students who may be a good fit for this program, please have them talk to their admissions advisor (http://www.academyadmissions.com/admissions/outreach-programs/find-your-admissions-liaison-officer/). 

Campus Tours
If you have students who are interested in pursuing an appointment to the United States Air Force Academy and plan to visit the campus, they may wish to participate in an escorted tour and admissions briefing. Offered during the academic year to middle school, high school, and post-high school students, tours can help individuals gain a deeper understanding of the United States Air Force Academy environment. Escorted tours are conducted regularly throughout the academic year and require reservations 14 days in advance. We also offer Game Day tours. After the tour, participants will be allowed to purchase discounted tickets to cheer on our AF Falcons for football, hockey, and men’s and women’s basketball. 

For more on available dates for both tours, please go here (http://www.academyadmissions.com/visit-the-academy/escorted-tours/) or call 1-800-443-3864.


 

District Calendar

Contact Information

High School
4700 S State Hwy 125
Rogersville, Missouri 65742
Schedule:

Mon-Fri: 7:00am-3:00pm

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Phone: 417-753-2813
Fax: 417-753-3960