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  • logo This is the spot to find out about upcoming college recruiter visits, various announcements about college & careers, as well as to find the latest G.Y.L.R. Update.

     

    The Get Your Life Right Update includes information about upcoming events at local colleges, scholarships sorted by specific colleges and scholarships that can be used at any institution of higher learning. This list is updated every 2 weeks so check back often! There are also some informative links posted to help you research and explore on your own.

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  • Class of 2017 Transcripts

    Graduates, congratulations one last time!

    This email is to remind you that you will need to send a final transcript off to the college that you have decided to attend. Your updated transcript will be available Thursday, May 26th.  As I mentioned in an earlier email there are two ways to go about having your transcript sent:

    1. The easiest way is by using Parchment, this link or the transcript button on the CCC page will take you to where you can create an account if you haven’ t already or log back into your account to view your transcript, request your transcript to be sent and pay for it all in one place.
    2. You may also come up to the school pay Ms. Sybil $2.00 and then take your receipt back to Ms. Kelly and ask her to send it.

     

    If you have questions, I will be available in my office by appointment and via email through June 2nd.

    Wishing you the best of luck in all of your future endeavors!  

    Ms. Henderson

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  • Class of 2018,

    Congratulations Junior Year is now behind you and only 12 months stand between you and your high school diploma! I want to encourage you to begin to take some serious thought about what you plan to do after high school.

    An excellent resource for students pondering what they want to do is the Occupational Outlook Handbook found online at: http://www.bls.gov/ooh/. Here you can learn more about  education needed, average pay and most importantly see if there is expected growth or decline in that field. Once you know what you want to do, http://www.collegeview.com/ will help match you with colleges that have the degree programs and other activities that interest you.

    If your plan includes attending a 4-year college directly after high school graduation you MUST have an ACT or SAT score. (What score you need for guaranteed acceptance depends on the college you want to attend.) To sign up for an ACT please visit www.actstudent.org. On this site you will also be able to find cost, locations where the test is offered and study materials there. The next test date available is not until September. (Northeast Magnet hosts the October, April and June tests.) Many seniors will take the October test to try to gain a couple more points for scholarships.

    If you choose to attend a junior/community college in Kansas right after high school they all have open admission and an ACT score is not required to be admitted. If you have an ACT score, your English and math scores will be used to determine placement and your composite will be considered to award scholarships.

    Technically, you may begin applying to colleges this summer, but know that most colleges will not have their applications for the 2018-2019 school year up until July. Other important information that you’ll need to know when you apply is your GPA, Class Rank and ACT score. All of this information can be found on your transcript. Many colleges will allow you the option to self-report your grades or include an updated 6-semester transcript. Updated transcripts will be available Thursday, May 26th. There are two ways to go about having your official transcript sent to a college:

    1. The easiest way is by using Parchment, this link or the transcript button on the CCC page will take you to where you can create an account if you haven’t already or log back into your account to view your transcript, request your transcript to be sent and pay for it all in one place.
    2. You may also come up to the school pay Ms. Sybil $2.00 and then take your receipt back to Ms. Kelly and ask her to send it.

    While you have the option to apply over the summer, unless you’re applying to very selective colleges, there is no hurry or rush to apply over the summer. In the fall we’ll have many representatives from colleges around the state coming to talk to interested seniors and to answer questions. I would encourage any student who is planning to attend a 4-year institution to be sure that they have applied by November 1.

    If any of this is confusing or if you have questions I will be available by appointment and via email through Friday, June 2nd.  

    I hope that you all have a wonderfully, relaxing summer!

    Ms. Henderson

    College and Career Coordinator

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    Youth Employment Project

    Are you going to be looking for a summer job? The Workforce Center will be hosting workshops that will help students hone the skills necessary to land their first job. 

    Upon completion of the day long training students will receive an Essential Work Skills Certificate.

    Workshops will be offered on May 18th, May 23rd and May 25th.  All workshops will run 9:00 am - 4:00pm with lunch included.

     Register here

    Wichita Workforce Center

    2021 N Amidon #1100

    There will also be a Youth and Young Adult Job Fair May 26th and June 9th. 

     

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