This episode focuses on understanding the many different program choices students have starting in middle school. District guests include Career Connected Learning Coordinator, Tracey Scharmann, Counselor Jennifer Riordan and Skyview's Career Specialist Chris Erdman.
The Baccalaureate Scholarship provides up to $22,500 in financial aid support to over 1,500 applicants for WASHINGTON students pursuing high-demand STEM and health care majors. This scholarship can be used to cover tuition, fees and other indirect costs of attendance such as housing, transportation, food and more. Qualifications: GPA 2.75 or higher Planning to major [...]
Think you know shop class? In the Welding/Fabrication Technology program of choice for students in grades 10 through 12 at Fort Vancouver High School Center for International Studies, there’s math (everything from addition and subtraction to trigonometry) and science (physics, for one), as well as technical skills (want to learn how to read a blueprint [...]
October is Careers in Construction Month! Join build-oregon.com on October 13 for Apprenticeship Day! This day will focus on a registered apprenticeship. In the morning, participants will learn about apprenticeships, training details, and learn how to apply. The afternoon session will highlight apprentices in the construction industry. 10 to 11 am | What is Apprenticeship & [...]
Calling all future medical providers! Write an essay (no more than 750 words) about why you are planning to pursue a career in healthcare and how you hope to play a role in preventing illness. This scholarship will provide a $1,500 award to one applicant who is pursuing a career in healthcare. No GPA requirements. [...]