College & Career Center


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    This is the spot to find out about upcoming college recruiter visits, various announcements about college & careers, as well as to find the latest scholarship information.


    The Scholarship List is located along the right side bar and 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, starting in September, so check back often! There are also some informative links posted to help you research and explore on your own.

CCC Annoucements



    Transcripts will be ready May 26th, and can be requested anytime after that date.

    Colleges need to receive your final transcript as proof that you’ve actually graduated and to verify GPA and test scores. *While you may be able to attend Fall semester without a final transcript on file they’ll usually catch you when you try to register for your Spring semester classes if you have not sent a final transcript.


    • The easiest way to have your transcript sent is by creating an account on NEM's Parchment page:
    • You can also always find the Parchment link in the upper right hand of corner of this page - there is a button on the top right hand that says "TRANSCRIPT" - and that will also take you to the NEM Parchment account. 


    It costs $3.95 to send your transcript, creating your Parchment account will allow you to pay online. 


    If you have further questions about your transcript you can email Ms. Blades, in Student Services, at



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    Monday, April 20 – Thursday, April 23, 2020

    Four full days of virtual presentations for juniors to explore college opportunities

    Free for students!

    There will be over 90 different sessions to choose from!

    To sign up visit:


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     I miss seeing your faces every day and hope that you all are staying healthy.

    Thursday, April 2, 2020 I sent you a link to a google form that will need to be completed by every senior, by April 30, 2020.

    So, if you haven't already please check your StudentVu account.  

    Section 1 is required for all seniors to complete.

    There are only a few questions required of you, so please take a couple mintutes to respond. 

    Section 2 will only need to be completed if you have scholarships to report.

     *DO NOT include any grant money that may have been awarded through FAFSA.


    **Please reach out to me ( if you have not recieved the email from me or if you have questions about the GoogleForm or reporting your scholarship awards.

    Also, feel free to update me with any new scholarships that are awarded to you through April 30, 2020.



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  • McConnell AFB Summer Emplyoment


    Opportunities include:

    • Clerical support
    • Recreation Aid (Lifeguard)
    • General Laborer

    Use these opportunities to gain marketable skills & earn money while enjoying your summer vacation!

    McConnell AFB point of contact is Debra Kern 316.759-4339. Please contact her with questions. 



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  • Parks & Recreation Job Fair

    Thursday, Feb. 27th from 4:00p-7:00p at Century II Exhibition Hall

    Full-Time, Part-time and seasonal opportunities!!

    • Complete an application onsite
    • Interviews conducted
    • visit over 20 booths
    • Light refreshements provided



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  • WSU TECH Free Block Courses (Current Juniors)

    A few things to consider with program blocks;

    • If you choose to take a program block you would spend half of your day at WSU Tech and the other half of the day at Northeast Magnet taking your core classes.
    • Transportation from NEM to WSU Tech and back to NEM is provided for students taking the block courses.
    • Students will be responsible for paying a book rental fee for any required text books. Some classes may have additional materials that you may have to purchase as well.
    • Please contact Mr. Manion ( or 973-2310) prior to Feb. 28th if you’re interested in taking a program block.
    • All registration must be finalized prior to March 27th.

    **Keep in mind that these classes will be a part of your permanent college record, so poor grades in these classes may limit future college options and admission to colleges and financial aid.


    Free Tuition Block Classes Include:

    Alternative Fuel &

    Advance Electronics

    Composites/Sheet Metal

    Interior Design

    Auto Service

    Computer Support Specialist


    Aviation Maintenance

    Construction Science

    Police Science


    Cyber Security

    Web Development & Programming




    Climate & Energy Control Technologies





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  • Kansas State University’s Open House VIP Juniors Program

    Saturday, April 18th


    KSU’s Junior VIP Program, will give you a special, behind-the-scenes look at K-State. On top of the general Open House events, you will level up with a personalized schedule built exclusively for you. JVIP will give you individualized access to Open House in ways that no one else will have including time with university leadership, opportunities to make connections with current students, and many more surprises along the way!


    If you’re interested in being invited to attend, please stop by Ms. Henderson’s room and be ready to provide an email so that you can be nominated!


    Deadline to visit about this opportunity with Ms. Henderson is Thursday, Feb. 20th.

    **Kansas State University's Open House is a free event that anyone can attend. You only need to make contact with me if you want to participate in the VIP Junior experience. 



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  • Big Ticket Event this is a male focused high school sports and academic conference that will take place Monday Nov. 11 at Wichita State. There will be sessions for student athletes and their parents. This is a free event but registration is required. Full details are available at under the “Events” tab at the top.


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  • Seniors, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the 2020-2021 school year is AVAILABLE STARTING TODAY!


    Completing the FAFSA will let you know what kind of aid and in what amount you're eligible to receive.

    The colleges you've applied to will use the information from your FAFSA to create a Financial Aid package for you.

    This "package" could include varying amounts of Grants, Work Study and Loans, and possibly need based scholarships that the school offers depending on your Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) as determined by the information from your FAFSA. The closer your EFC is to 0, the more need based aid you may be eligible for. 

    Before you begin the FAFSA there are a few things that you'll want to have ready:

    1. FSA ID (You and at least one parent will need to have applied for an FSA ID. I suggest doing this as soon as you can if you have not already.
    2. Your Social Security Number
    3. Driver’s License
    4. Your 2018 Tax returns and your parent will need to have access to their 2018 Tax return as well. 
    5. Any records of untaxed income; child support received, interest income...
    6. Records of your Assets (money); savings and checking account balances, stocks, bonds or real estate (excluding the home where you live).
    7. The list of schools you plan to apply to (you may list up to 10).



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    Join us at Science Fest in Wichita!

    Kansas State University is bringing the laboratory to the Wichita Public Library.

    Kansas State University and K-State Research and Extension — Sedgwick County are partnering together to host the first Science Fest with K-State.

    Science Fest is free and includes free K-State Call Hall ice cream while supplies last. Families and youth can engage in hands-on activities in biology, horticulture, engineering, animal science, food science, technology, health and other STEM-related fields.


    Saturday, Oct. 12

    1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

    Advanced Learning Library — Wichita Public Library

    711 W. 2nd St. N.

    Wichita, KS 67203

    Learn more about Science Fest.


    Families of all ages are welcome, but many activities are aimed toward students from 4th grade to 8th grade.

    • Investigate food science and food waste.

    • Generate your own electrical energy.

    • Solve plant-based mysteries.

    • Explore 4-H STEM projects.


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  • Start exploring some of K-State's hottest majors!

    We're bringing our campus experts straight to you in the Wichita area.

    This program is a great way for you and your family to see how K-State can help you turn your passion into a career, by making connections with industry leaders, professors and students in the field that interests you.

    Don't miss out! One lucky participant will receive up to $250 towards textbooks for his or her first semester at K-State at each event.

    • This event is free to attend.
    • Check-in opens at 6:00 p.m.
    • The program will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will end at 8:00 p.m.

    Register here!

    • Thursday, September 26, 2019Career Connections: Interior Design (registration closed)GLMV Architecture1525 E Douglas AveWichita, KS 67211 
    • October 1, 2019Career Connections: Hospitality ManagementFreddy's Corporate Office260 N Rock Rd #200Wichita, KS 67206 
    • Interested in EngineeringCheck out their Night with K-State Engineering
    • Interested in Architecture, Planning and DesignCheck out their Career Exploration Events.


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  • Wichita State is hosting Honors in Action – an event that allows students to explore the opportunities available through the Cohen Honors College at WSU.

    At Honors in Action, students will have the opportunity to -

    • Tour state-of-the-art research laboratories and talk with current student researchers
    • Hear what the future holds for WSU’s Innovation Campus
    • Learn how to land internships
    • Participate in a service learning activity
    • Develop your leadership skills
    • Explore Wichita State’s beautiful campus.

    Encourage your students to register today by going to and clicking on “Admissions Events”, or give us a call at (316) 978-3085.

    Honors in Action

    Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019

    9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Rhatigan Student Center – WSU main campus



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  • The University of Kansas will have reps in Wichita to host a Pre-Med (Oct.3) and Engineering Night (Nov. 19). To learn more and RSVP visit:



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  • Exploring Educational Excellence a travel consortium of Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Rice University and the University of Chicago will be in Wichita Monday, Sept. 9th. Admissions counselors will discuss academics, the admissions process at selective schools, financial aid and campus life. To learn more and to RSVP please visit



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  •  Thursday, August 15th at 6:45 pm we'll be hosting our annual Senior Information Night. This event will be hosted in our auditorium. 

    (This is also the same night as our Open House which begins at 6:00pm.)

    On the agenda will be the most important things you'll need to know to have a successful Senior year and be ready for whatever you choose to do after high school. Including iinformation regarding mportant dates, timelines and events you'll not want to miss out on. 



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  • Welcome Back!

    The first scholarship list will be posted in September. It will be posted here (under the 'Scholarship Lists' tab on the right side bar) and also sent out to seniors and their parents via StudentVue and ParentVue, so you may want to ensure that your email information is correct.


    Also, starting in September we'll have college representatives in the building. Generally in the fall, I only allow seniors to meet with the representatives. In order to meet with a college recruiter you will have to sign up (at least a day in advance) on the sign up sheets that are outside of my room (233), so that a pass can be sent for you when the representative arrives to our building.


    Please stop in and visit with me if you have quetions about the best way to move forward with your plans for next year.



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