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Summer Job Fair:
On Saturday, March 16 from 1-3pm, the Lakeland Hills YMCA will host a summer job fair.
Selective Mutism Support Group:
On April 13 at Kinnelon Public Library (upstairs in room 4), Renay Zamloot, parent advocate, will present. This is always a very informative meeting with many questions being answered. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Gail Kervatt, email@example.com.
College Fair: NJ National College Fair - April 3 at Meadowlands Expo Center: https://www.nacacfairs.org/
NYU Pre-College Summer Program:
The program runs from July 7- August 16. Rising high school juniors and seniors can take courses, earn college credit, and experience college life on NYU campus. It is also a great opportunity to get a view into college admissions process and attend a college fair. Scholarships are available. Apply by April 1, 2019. More info at www.nyu.edu/precollege
FREE Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program:
Girls Who Code is a leading national non-profit with the mission to close the gender gap in technology. The Summer Immersion Program is a free 7-week full time non-residential program during weekdays in the summer, teaching computer science skills and providing girls with access to tech careers. The program offers up to a $1,400 stipend for eligible girls. 10th and 11th grade girls who have not taken AP Computer Science are eligible to apply. No computer science experience is required. The early application deadline is February 15th and second round application/final deadline is March 15th. Apply here: girlswhocode.com/SIPapply
Rutgers Business School Summer Camp:
RBS Summer Camp is an opportunity for high school students to learn the many facets of business in a fun and collegiate environment. This is an experiential camp which allows campers to experience the various business disciplines: Marketing, Management, Accounting, Finance, and Supply Chain. You can get information on the camp at http://www.business.rutgers.edu/pre-college/summer-business-camp
College Winter and Spring Open Houses:
Garden State Equality is inviting Queer and Trans Youth of Color to come “Out of the Shade” and into the light by submitting their stories, poems, prose and other musings to our story-writing project for LGBTQ+ youth of color ages 14 to 24. The project link is http://bitly.com/outoftheshade.
Lakeland Hills Family YMCA Scholarships:
Girls Go CyberStart:
Girls Go CyberStart is a fun and interactive series of digital challenges designed to introduce you to the field of cybersecurity. You will compete in three stages for the chance to win cash prizes for you and your school as well as scholarships to help pay for college. No prior experience is required as the program gradually builds your knowledge base, introducing you to exciting topics like cryptography, web vulnerabilities, Python, Linux and forensics. Whether you already know a bit about coding, or have never considered a career in technology, you'll enjoy Girls Go CyberStart! Visit https://www.girlsgocyberstart.org/ and register by March 20.
New Jersey School Counselor Association Award:
NJSCA will be awarding three $1000 awards and plaque to high school seniors with post secondary education plans who recognize the important role of their school counselor. Complete the application at docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSflZzIBEKj-JAZFIvJhccZRRfeT5cjTnbAuRezHAZMgtBhxJA/viewform by March 15.
NJSCA Most Resilient Student Scholarship:
The NJSCA is giving out five $100 scholarship to students in grades four through eight who have made an amazing turnaround or overcame a hardship. The nomination deadline is March 15. Please see details here: https://www.njsca.org/news/2019/1/6/njsca-most-resilient-student-scholarship-award-open-for-students-in-grades-4-8
Morris County Psychology Association Award:
The MCPA offers a psychology award to high school students who are taking classes related to the behavioral sciences, including psychology, human and/or animal behavior, child development, sociology, etc. Students can enter written work done for their behavioral science class, including term papers, extended essays, research projects, etc. The due date for the submissions is March 15th. Winners receive a cash award and an invitation to the awards program. See more information here or contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Morris County Council of Education Associations (MCCEA) has 3 scholarships available for graduating 12th graders due by April 3, 2019:
Immigrants Rising 2018- 2019 List of Scholarships:
A compilation of undergraduate and graduate scholarships that do not require proof of U.S. citizenship or legal permanent residency. Visit the following link to view the list of scholarships: https://immigrantsrising.org/hot-off-the-press-our-undergraduate-graduate-scholarship-lists
Young Latina Leadership Scholarship:
Annually, LUPE Fund, Inc., offers scholarships to young Latinas who exemplify leadership within their university and community, while maintaining academic achievement. For additional information and to download the application, go to https://www.lupenj.org/scholarship
Betancourt Macias Family Scholarship Foundation:
The Foundation was founded to support the educational endeavors of undocumented people. The Foundation features various scholarships, most of which are open to student from all states with the exception of the Juan Betancourt Rosas Scholarship. Visit their website for more information: https://www.undocuscholars.com/scholarships
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