The Prowl

Opportunities

Announcements:

Seniors:  Senior Info Day is May 3rd.  Please be sure to attend this last information session!!  The counselors will be in senior English classes with Mr. Cappiello during 1st, 2nd and 5th periods and in English 2020 classes with Mr. Hunt during 3rd and 5th periods.

 Students:  The deadline to register for the June ACT and SAT is May 3rd.  Please stop by the counseling office if you have any questions or need help registering.

 Students:  If you are interested in attending Military Academy, there will be an information session at Cody High School on Saturday, May 4, 2019 at 1:00 pm.  There will be representatives from the West Point, Air Force Academy, Naval Academy, US Coast Guard Academy and Merchant Marine Academy.  Attendees will learn about the academy application process, attending a military academy, and serving as an officer.  Representatives from Wyoming’s Congressional Delegation will explain how they can help you gain a nomination.

 Seniors:  NWC Registration Day in Tuesday, May 7th in the PHS Library.  Come to the counseling office to sign up for a time to meet with West and register for fall 2019 classes.

Students:  The University of Wyoming and Wyoming Workforce Services is offering the ACCESS Employment Summer Experience.  This two part summer program includes both online and on-campus activities to explore options for life after high school for students ages 14-21.  For more information and to register go to www.uwyo.edu/wind/accessemployment/summer.

 Students:  If you are interested in attending Military Academy, there will be an information session at Cody High School on Saturday, May 4, 2019 at 1:00 pm.  There will be representatives from the West Point, Air Force Academy, Naval Academy, US Coast Guard Academy and Merchant Marine Academy.  Attendees will learn about the academy application process, attending a military academy, and serving as an officer.  Representatives from Wyoming’s Congressional Delegation will explain how they can help you gain a nomination.

Junior Girls:  The Distinguished Young Women Scholarship, Leadership &Talent Competition (formerly America’s Junior Miss) is looking for interested participants.  For more information, stop by the counseling office or go to www. http://distinguishedyw.org .

Students:  The University of Wyoming is offering their annual Healthcare Careers Summer Camp on the UW campus July 7-12, 2019.  The camp is open to current 10th and 11th graders who are interested in the health professions.  The cost of the camp is $150.00 Application and reference forms are available on the following website: http://www.uwyo.edu/wwami/summercamp/summercamp//index.html.  Deadline to apply is May 1, 2019.

Students: Are you an art student interested in participating in an internship?  The NWC and By Western Hands Internship Program matches mentors with interns so they may develop proficient artisan skills while preserving functional art influenced by the American West.  Interns will experience a customized, flexible, differentiated, and career-ready curriculum that features a degree internship program.  For more information about this program, contact Nancy Bailey at [email protected] or www.nwc.edu/academics/programs/ .

Students:  AmeriCorps is a national service program dedicated to building young leaders, serving disadvantaged communities, increasing job skills and providing opportunities to earn money for education.  AmeriCorps is available for students who are age 18-24.  For more information visit www.corps.vet. or contact the Northwest region rep Kelly Baumann at [email protected].

 Juniors:  The University of Wyoming is accepting applications for the Engineering Summer Program (ESP) beginning December 10, 2018 until March 25, 2019.  This week long program will expand your horizons, develop creative thinking and problem-solving skills, and challenge your imagination.  Students who are interested in any career are encouraged to apply.  For more information go to http://www.uwyo.edu/ceas/resources/outreach/programs/esp/  or email [email protected].

 Juniors:  Leadership Enterprise for a Diverse America (LEDA) is a 7 week summer institute at Princeton University.  Applicant must be a junior in high school, family income of $90,000 or less a year, 3.5 or high GPA, take advanced courses, desire to be a leader and involved in community and school.  Apply by December 10, 2018 at www.ledascholars.org/apply.

Seniors:  Dawson Community College is looking for students who are interested in running track and cross country.  They are offering scholarships to anyone who is interested.  Check them out at www.dawson.edu and call or text coach Ben Sandy at 402-650-1771.

Students:  The St. Albans School of Public Service is politics, government and public service summer program in Washington, D.C.  SPS offers a select group of 45 rising high school seniors from around the country an extraordinary opportunity to learn about and experience the nature of public service, public policy and international affairs for four weeks in the nation’s capital.  This summer the SPS program is from June 23-July 20, 2019.  The application is available at www.schoolofpublicservice.org.

  Sophomores and JuniorsWashington University at St. Louis is offering their High School Summer Scholars Program.  Discover what real college courses are like, share classes with other college students, and get a head start on adjusting to college life.  Our five-week Summer Scholars Program lets you choose a couple of college courses from a variety of academic disciplines – foreign languages, the sciences, the humanities, the arts, and the social sciences.  Earn up to seven units of college credit.  If you would like more information, go to http://summerscholars.wustl.edu. 

Students:  Stanford University is offering several summer programs for students.  If you are interested in attending, go to www.spcs.stanford.edu/collegecounselor.

Students:  George Washington University is offering several summer programs for students who are interested in attending.  For more information go to www.go.gwu.edu/precollege.

Students:  Saint John’s College is offering summer academy pre-college programs for high school students.  If you are interested in attending, go to www.sjc.edu/summer-academy-2019.

 Students:  The School of Energy Resources at the University of Wyoming is offering the Energy Summer Institute for 10th and 11th graders during the week of July 14-19th on the UW campus.  The application period is now open and will close when the 20 available spots are filled.  The cost is $300 per student to cover room and board.  Scholarships are available for students experiencing financial hardships.  To learn more about ESI go to www.uwyo.edu/ser.

Students:  Boston University is offering five different exciting programs for high school students in the summer of 2019.  Pre-college programs provide students with rigorous and collaborative college life experience that enable them to gain a strong sense of personal and academic potential.  For more information and to register go to www.bu.edu/summer/highschool.

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