Student Services News 12-22-17

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STUDENT SERVICES NEWS

December 22, 2017

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY   for   GLENELG HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS   in partnership with   STEVENSON UNIVERSITY

If you are a student who has been involved in your school and community through leadership and service activities, and are a good student academically, you may be one of the students chosen for the new scholarship being offered at Stevenson University in partnership with Glenelg High School.

Stevenson University is planning to reward up to 15 students for the academic school year 2018-2019.  They are looking for students who have SAT scores above 1150, have been involved in the school and community activities and are giving back to others through leadership and service. 

This scholarship is for $17,000 per year for tuition at Stevenson University.  It will be renewable each year with a total scholarship value of $68,000 over four years.

Students applying for this scholarship must have applied to Stevenson University by February 12, 2018.  If you would like to be considered for this scholarship for Fall of 2018 fill out the form below and bring it to Dr. Burnett in Student Services.    The completed form must be submitted no later than January 31, 2018.

 

Name __________________________________________  GPA ______________ SAT Score _______________

Please give a summary of what you have been involved in giving Leadership and Service to your school and community.

 

    Career Academies Information Session    for middle/high school students and their families

                                         Tuesday, January 9, 2018   7:00 – 9:00 pm

                Applications and Research Laboratory • 10920 Clarksville Pike, Ellicott City

Learn how Career  and  Technology Education (CTE) Career Academies provide high school students with opportunities to earn college credit, scholarships, and industry certifications, participate in worksite and mentorship experiences, and become creative problem solvers by participating in hands-on project based learning.  Registration is not required.

Career Academies

Arts, Media and

Communication

Animation and Interactive Media

Graphic Design

Business, Management and Finance

Academy of Finance

Accounting

Marketing

Career Research and Development

Construction and Development

Architectural Design

Construction Management

HVAC

Consumer Services,

Hospitality and Tourism

Culinary Science

Hotel and Restaurant Management

Environmental, Agricultural  and Natural Resources

Agricultural Science

Health and Biosciences

Academy of Health Professions with  Pathways in:

   Certified Nursing Assistant

   Clinical Research in Allied Health

   Emergency Medical Technician

Biotechnology

Human Resource Services

Child Development

Homeland Security

and Emergency Management

Teacher Academy of Maryland

Information Technology

Computer Programming

CyberSecurity Networking  with pathways in:

  Computer Networking

  PC Systems

Manufacturing, Technology  and Engineering

Aerospace Engineering:

Project Lead the Way

Engineering: Project Lead the Way

Systems and Project Engineering

Transportation Technologies

Automotive Technology

Additional program

Early College Program: Cybersecurity

For interpreter or translator, contact Sally Long  at sally_long@hcpss.org or 410-313-6629.

 

 

On Wednesday, January 31, 6:30 p.m.–Homewood Center, 10914 Clarksville Pike, Ellicott City  Parents and students are invited to attend this PSAT information night for assistance interpreting results, and are encouraged to bring score reports to the event.

This October, students in grades 9-11 participated in the Preliminary SAT (PSAT) assessment. Students who included an email address on their test booklets will receive an email from the College Board this week (December 11-15) containing directions on how to access their assessment results online.

Paper home reports will be distributed by winter break with additional information. The home report will also include an access code for students who did not enter an email address at the time of testing.

 

Are you a future leader?

Can you picture yourself traveling the world?  Becoming a leader?  Making a Difference?

For over 19 years, the Elijah Cummings Youth Program (ECYP) has made an investment in promising teenagers from Congressman Cumming’s district.  With the help of counselors, teachers and principals and many others, ECYP has been able to identify outstanding high school sophomore applicants.  Every year, ECYP needs your help to identify students to be the next class of fellows.

ECYP is a free, two-year leadership fellowship for exceptional high students grounded in the historic intent of strengthening relationships between the African-American and Jewish communities.  Each year, they select 12 diverse Fellows who reach these goals through the program’s three components: 1. Twice-monthly leadership workshops, 2. A month-long cultural immersion experience in Israel, and 3. Community service and public-speaking engagements. 

If you feel you are a good candidate for this leadership opportunity, see your counselor.  Nominations will be accepted from educators, community leaders and alumni.  To find out more about the program go to www.ecyp.org      Application deadline is March 15, 2018.

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