The Lancaster County Parks Environmental Center will be holding 3 and 5 day outdoor based summer camps for kids ages 3-14. High School students who are 14 and over may volunteer their time to assist the full-time staff as young mentors for the campers. Summer camps run all summer long and any time volunteered for would be welcomed. For more information on how to help this summer stop by the guidance counseling office.
Attention Seniors: If you are planning to attend college or enter the military after high school you are going to need to send the institution a copy of your final transcript. Please go into your Parchment account now and make the request. For step by step instructions click on the link below.
Order your final transcript for 2017 Graduates!
ATTENTION Students Ages 16-18:
Are you looking for an opportunity to earn money this summer while at the same time exploring career opportunities in a variety of fields, including: general customer service, clerical, medical field, outdoor and general maintenance and warehouse opportunities?
PA CareerLink has a summer employment program that runs from June 26, 2017 – August 4, 2017. Since it is federally funded there is required eligibility criteria that must be met. We will have an information session in the counseling office on April 25th. If you are interested in learning more please stop in and see Mrs. Ostrowski!
If this program is not for you don’t forget you can stop by the Counseling Office and take a look at the Job Board for other possible summer employment opportunities.
Are you looking to gain a competitive edge on your classmates when apply for college? If so Pittsburgh University through a program called The Bridge: College Prep & Leadership Academy is here to help make that happen. The Bridge program will be held this summer from July 9-14 and is a total of $800. During your time at The Bridge you will receive individualized skill training with college preparation materials, be involved in small group discussion to align your preferences with college programs, gain valuable insight in areas of leadership development, and learn how to maximize your college experience. With limited space available students must have there application in and a $200 dollar deposit few paid for by July 1st. The Bridge: College Prep & Leadership Academy can be contacted by phone at (412)-648-7831 or email PittBridge@pitt.edu. For more information on the program and payment requirements visit their website here.
The Lancaster County Career & Technology Center is offering a new student orientation program for the 2017-2018 school year. The program will take place Thursday, May 4th starting with students enrolled in the health care cluster beginning at 5pm followed by all other CTC programs at 6pm. The meeting will be held at 4 campus locations which include the following; Brownstown, Mount Joy, Willow Street, and the Public Safety Center. For more information visit the Lancaster County Career & Technology Centers website at http://www.lancasterctc.edu.
Brownstown- 231 Snyder Road, Ephrata
Mount Joy- 432 Old Market Street, Mount Joy
Willow Street- 1730 Hans Herr Drive, Willow Street
Public Safety Center- 101 Champ Blvd, Manhiem
Hempfield High School will be hosting it’s U.S. Military Night on April 19th from 7:00-9:00pm in their Performing Arts Center. This event is designed to give students who are interested in pursing a military career the opportunity to learn more about military service, job training, and college funding. If interested flyers will be available in the guidance counseling office.