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West Point and ROTC Information Session: Saturday, June 9th, @ Rowan University
Attend this session if you would like to know more about how to apply to a Service Academy and the scholarship opportunities available through ROTC. Representatives from West Point, Rutgers ROTC and Princeton ROTC will all be present to discuss their programs and the potential to earn a full scholarship for college. Please see the flyer and RSVP to email@example.com.
College Essay Writing Workshop:
Jarrell Education is offering two College Essay Camps to assist students with all aspects of college application writing: Personal Statements, supplemental prompts, and the ubiquitous but deceptive "why are you applying here?" inquiry. They also offer help with interviews: https://jarrelleducation.com/course/college-essay-summer-camp/
Need a way to earn community service hours over the summer? The 2019 Morris County 4-H Fair is scheduled for July 18-21 at Chubb Park in Chester, NJ. You can volunteer to work the Hay Rides, husk corn for the BBQ, or help with the fair events and activities. Set up takes place from July 13-17, July 18-21, and July 21-23. If you would like to volunteer, contact 973-285-8301 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
FDU Pre-College Summer Programs:
Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Summer Pre-College Program offers talented students in grades 10 to 12 the opportunity to get a jump-start on earning college credits while getting a taste of college life. Whether you attend for two or four weeks, you’ll develop valuable skills and learn cutting-edge techniques in these exciting college-level courses. Enjoy a dynamic academic setting while making friends and having fun. All classes are taught by FDU instructors at our Metro Campus in Teaneck and at our Florham Campus in Madison. Programs include: pre-med, neurobiology, artificial intelligence, cyber security, finance, and digital design, and more. You will earn 3 college credits for each course taken. There are two sessions: July 8 - 18 and July 22 - August 1. Classes are held Monday through Thursday. See more information and register here: https://view2.fdu.edu/academics/continuing-education/summer-camp-and-youth-programs/precollege/
Parent Involvement, Therapeutic Intervention and School Support for Selective Mutism
Saturday, June 8, 2019, 10:30am, Kinnelon Public Library - Speaker, Tara McClain, MA, LAC: Tara McClain and Heather Praml will answer questions and present a wide range of strategies and therapeutic interventions for parents to use in the school setting, at home and in the outside world. These two very knowledgeable school counselors will be taking over the No. NJ Support Group beginning in September. Don't miss the chance to get to know them and pose your questions. RSVP to: Gail Kervatt, M.Ed. at email@example.com or 973-479-8067.
Stockton CSI Summer Camp:
Stockton CSI is a residential summer camp for high school students who would like hands-on experience with a homicide investigation and trial. Campers will work alongside criminal justice and forensic psychology professionals as part of an elite team to help solve a murder. They will be involved with every phase of the investigative and legal process, from a crime scene investigation to a criminal trial. Campers also go on field trips to the Atlantic County Medical Examiner's Office, the Air Marshal Training Center, and the Atlantic County Jail. For more information, visit: www.StocktonCSI.com. Stockton will offer three camps this summer. Space is limited so register early.
Camp 1: July 14 – 18
Camp 2: July 21 – 25
Camp 3: July 28 – Aug 1
NewBridge Youth Employment Program:
This program is FREE to Morris County youth ages 14 - 18. Its purpose is to offer students the opportunity to engage in productive volunteer summer activities. We offer youth group volunteer activities which service non-profits as well as social service and community organizations. The experience includes transportation to and from the volunteer sites, and supervision provided by social work counselors who work alongside the youth to ensure an experience which will enhance the social and emotional growth of each participant. In addition we offer free employment skill training group instruction. Youth engaged in this program will be able to build up their resumes so they are more marketable in the workforce. They can also use these volunteer experiences for service hours for different organizations. We also assist any participant with job search opportunities. This service includes assisting the youth with writing professional correspondence, job search, job applications, transportation to and from job search, job interview, and obtaining paperwork needed to secure jobs. Please consider contacting us with any questions you may have. We would be happy to sit down with you and talk to you about the program. We also provide group presentations to your youth and their parents. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 973 939-2423.
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.
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
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