SUMMER JOB OPPORTUNITY:
The Woods is now hiring for summer employment for lifeguards and shift supervisors. To apply, send resume to email@example.com or apply in person at The Woods in Hedgesville. More information on lifeguard training classes at Shepherd available in the Counseling Office.
10TH GRADE PEP MEETINGS:
The counselors are currently scheduling individual meetings with 10th grade students and parents/guardians for their Personalized Education Plan (PEP) meeting. These meetings will be conducted in February and March. Topics such as class scheduling and career and college planning will be discussed. Contact the counseling office to schedule your appointment today!
SCHOLARSHIPS NOW AVAILABLE:
Check out our SCHOLARSHIP page under FINANCIAL AID for current scholarship listings. Applications are now available for the Eastern WV Community Foundation - one of the largest foundations in our area, offering over 30 scholarships with just one application! Apply now!
Free Math and English tutoring will be provided in the Counseling Office beginning on September 20. Tutoring is held from 2:45 - 3:45 PM. Math will be held Tuesday through Thursday and English will be held Tuesday and Wednesday.
REGISTER FOR THE ACT & SAT:
The next ACT test this school year is April 8 and the registration deadline is March 3. Register for the ACT now @ www.act.org. The next SAT test is May 6 and the registration deadline is April 7. Register for the SAT now @ www.collegeboard.org/sat.
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SUMMER JOURNALISM PROGRAM @ PRINCETON:
Interested in a unique summer experience? Apply now for a free 10-day seminar in Journalism held at Princeton University, one of the country's most renowned universities. Applications are due by February 24 and can be completed @ http://www.princeton.edu/sjp/. Don't wait - apply today!
FREE FAFSA WORKSHOPS:
Blue Ridge Community and Technical College is hosting a series of FAFSA workshops, February through April, called “FAFSA Fridays,” with some of the workshops occurring at the Main Campus, and some occurring at their Technology Center (times/locations can be found here: http://www.blueridgectc.edu/event/fafsa-fridays-2/). FAFSA is due by March 1.
WANT TO GET A JOB AS A TEACHER?:
The Department of Education at Shepherd University is hosting a Teacher Education Fair for high school students on March 2 @ Shepherd University. Spend a day on campus and learn more about their education programs. Space is limited, so sign up today by completing and mailing the REGISTRATION FORM.
MILTON HERSHEY SCHOOL INFORMATIONAL MEETING:
Join Milton Hershey School for a free dinner and presentation about the top-notch education and life-changing advantages they have to offer. Meeting is scheduled for March 7 @ 6 PM at the Golden Corral in Winchester. For more information, visit mhskids.org.
AMERICAN LEGION BOYS STATE:
There will be a presentation about Boys State on March 15 for eligible 11th grade male students. If you are interested in attending this prestigious summer program, you can apply now! Download an APPLICATION or stop in the Counseling Office for more information.
WV SCHOLAR PROGRAM APPLICATION AVAILABLE:
Apply now to the WV Scholar Program @ www.wvscholar.com. Grand prize is a full-ride scholarship to WV Wesleyan College, one of WV's most prestigious colleges. Application is open to 11th graders and is due by April 16, 2017.
WANT A JOB AS AN IRON WORKER'S APPRENTICE?:
The Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee of Iron Workers in Cumberland, MD is now accepting applications for an Apprenticeship Program. To complete an applications, applicants must apply in person at the Iron Workers Local Union Office at 119 S. Centre St. in Cumberland, MD. Applications will be accepted on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday from 9 - 11 AM only. Must be 18 by September 1 to apply.
The mission of the Musselman High School Counseling Department is to provide a comprehensive, proactive, and developmentally appropriate school counseling program that is accessible to all students.
In a collaborative effort between the home, school, and community, the school counseling program will promote academic excellence, career and college readiness, and positive personal and social development.