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Applications due this week in the Counseling office or online:

    • NWC Registration Day –5/10
    • Vash Bullock Memorial Scholarship—5/10
    • Senior Info Day—5/12
    • AP Language Test—5/12
    • Ignition Mentor Application Deadline—5/14
    • Senior Awards Night—5/17
    • Graduation—5/23

 

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS

Seniors:  NWC Registration Day in Monday, May 10th in the PHS Library.  If you are planning to attend NWC in the fall, then be sure to attend your appointment with the NWC admissions team to register for fall 2021 classes.  Please bring a charged device to log into your NWC portal account.

Students:  Dual enrollment textbooks are due in the Counseling Office by May 14th or you will be assessed a fee.

Juniors and Sophomores:  Are you ENTHUSIASTIC?  OUTGOING?  DEPENDABLE?  Have we got an opportunity for you!! We are looking for students to serve as ignition mentors for the incoming freshman class of 2025.  We will be implementing the IGNITION program again, which will involve an adventure course, monthly group activities, and opportunities for you to develop your leadership skills.  If you interested in being an Ignition Mentor, pick up an application in the counseling office.   Deadline to apply is May 14th.

Senior Boys:  The Park County Republican Men’s Club is hosting a senior boys barbecue on May 16th at 1:00 PM at the Kuyper room at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West.  There is an essay contest, prizes, speakers and food.  If you want more information and to RSVP, contact Carol Armstrong at 307-587-6192 or [email protected].

Seniors:  If you are looking for summer employment, WBI Energy is hiring two seniors who have turned 18 for summer positions in Elk Basin.  Students need to go to this link https://jobs.mdu.com/#SearchTable, put in Wyoming and WBI in the search fields and then fill out an application for the temporary positions in the Worland District if you are interested in applying for those positions.  Please stop by the counseling office if you have any questions.

Students:  If you are interested in the CNA development Program at PVHC, then follow this link to find the application https://www.pvhc.org/jobs/job-application/?JobId=2077.    Go to the www.pvhc.com website, click on the tab, then click on the LTC CNA Development Program under the Long Term Care Center.  You must complete the employment application, which is due by May 10th.  Classes begin on June 8th or 9th.  Training is two weeks of book learning and 2 weeks of clinical training.  If you have questions, contact Ryan Brinkerhoff: 754-1288; [email protected] or Tami Lineback: 754-1133; [email protected].

Students:  Looking for a summer job??  Dairy Queen in Cody is looking for hard working students who are willing to work full or part time shifts this summer.  For more information swing by the counseling office or contact Janet Davidson at 307-272-0666 or [email protected].

Students:  YTex in Cody has full or part time openings available.  Pick a shift that works for you!!  Must be at least 16 years old and no experience necessary.  For more information, please contact Connie Demple at 307-587-5515 or email [email protected].

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 Juniors:  The University of Wyoming is offering the Engineering Summer Program online during the week of June 21-24 for current juniors interested in engineering.  If you are interested in learning more about the program, go to http://www.uwyo.edu/ceas/resources/outreach/programs/esp/ for more information and registration.

 Seniors:  The Wyoming Ranch Camp is a “hands-on” ranch management seminar for recent high school graduates and college students.  Participants will learn ranch management through a 5 day camp covering meat science, animal science, economics, ranch recreation and range management. Wyoming Ranch Camp is set for May 24-28, 2021 at the Queen Mountain Lodge on the Broadbent Ranch near Evanston.  To register for the camp, email Hudson Hill at [email protected] or Chance Marshall, [email protected] your name and address, brief background and a brief statement of your interest in Ranch Camp (300 words or less).  Camp size is limited and registration is $200.  Scholarships are available.

Students:  Xanterra is hiring people to work in the National Park Concession operations for the summer of 2021.  If you are interested in working in one of the National Parks this summer, go to www.xanterra.com to fill out the online application.

 Seniors:  University of Wyoming is offering Summer Bridge Programs for incoming freshman to UW on July 16-August 13, 2021.  The Summer Bridge programs prepare students for academic and social success to create a sense of belonging that will make the transition to UW a positive and welcoming experience.  More information can be found at www.uwyoedu/summerbridge.

Seniors:  The University of Wyoming’s Board of Trustees’ approved scholarship grids known as the Cowboy Commitment for our Wyoming high school seniors.  There are two ways to be eligible 1) on an unweighted high school gpa of 3.00 or higher or 2) on an unweighted high school gpa of 3.00 and corresponding ACT/SAT composite test score. Test optional is only for eligible new first-time students entering UW fall 2021.

Cowboy Commitment grid is available to view at: http://www.uwyo.edu/admissions/scholarships/residents/cowboycommitment.html.

If you have any questions please reach out to UW at [email protected], call 307-766-5160; or come to the counseling office.

 Seniors:  The University of Arizona is offering scholarships for Non-Arizona Resident students for the fall of 2021.  Applicants are not required to submit an SAT or ACT scores for admission or merit aid consideration.  For more information go to www.go.arizona.edu/merit-aid.

Seniors:  The University of Wyoming College of Engineering and Applied Science is offering virtual information sessions highlighting the Engineering and Computer Science and Construction Management degree programs offered at UW.  For more information and registration go to www.uwyo.edu/ceas/virtual-opportunities/index.html.

 Seniors: Morgen Patrick would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to the Education Opportunity Center (EOC).  The EOC is a Department of Education–funded TRIO program which is sponsored by the University of Wyoming.  Their goal is to offer free assistance to high school students and adults seeking post-secondary education. Morgen will be meeting with your senior, at his/her school, in the coming months to review the college admissions and selection process as well as scholarships and financial aid. For more information, stop by the counseling office and pick up a packet or download the application at https://botform.compansol.com/201665836453056 . Contact Morgen by calling 754-6109 or by emailing [email protected]

 

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