Are you interested in learning more about the military and what opportunities might be available to you after high school? If so, please check out the events listed below!
ASVAB Interpretation : Thursday, November 2nd during homeroom
- For students who took the ASVAB on Super Wednesday, there will be an interpretation session on 11/2 during homeroom in room 316.
- Students will need their laptops.
- If you were a test taker, you were emailed and will receive a pass on 11/2.
Education Day: Monday, November 6th
- U.S. Army, U.S. Marines, U.S. National Air Guard, U.S. National Guard, U.S. Navy and Millersville’s ROTC representative will be joining our college reps. to share information about their programs!
- This is a great opportunity for students interested in joining the military to meet with representatives from different branches and see which branch is the best fit for you and your career goals!
Military Lunch Display Dates:
11/2 – National Guard lunch display
11/7 – Marines lunch display
11/28 – Army lunch display
11/29 – Airguard lunch display
If you have any questions regarding these upcoming events, please stop by the counseling office!
The CSS Profile enables colleges and universities to see a true picture of a family’s financial need and supports the mission of making college affordable.
More and more colleges are requiring the completion of the CSS profile as part of their financial aid process. If a school that you are applying to requires it, you must complete the FAFSA and the CSS profile. Please be aware of the schools’ deadlines to complete these pieces of the process.
There is a cost to complete the CSS Profile, but there are also fee waivers available if you meet the criteria. If you have utilized a fee waiver for the SAT, the fee waiver to complete the CSS profile will be in your College Board account.
Please utilize the website provided below for more information about the CSS profile and how to go about completing it. If you have any further questions, please see your School Counselor.
Applications will be taken for seniors who would like to apply for an Electrical Apprenticeship. It is a four-year registered apprenticeship program. After completion of classroom and on the job training components the Apprentice will receive a Journeyworker Certificate from the PA Department of Labor. Apprentices are full time employees who attend classes two nights a week. The education is free, apprentices are paid to work ! Information can be found at the link below or on the Counseling Blog under the Collgee/Post-Secondary Planning Tab!
Throughout the Fall, Lancaster County Workforce Development Board collaborates with local business, community and education partners to host a series of “Redefining Career Success” technical career forums. These events will include workshops for parents of career/college-bound students, discussions with industry leaders, and a chance to win scholarships toward qualifying educational expenses at a local post-secondary institution.
The goal for these career forums is to help students and parents learn more about high demand – high paying technical careers and engage with Lancaster County’s leading employers and educators.
For flyer please click: Redefining-Career-Success-Flier-Final-1
Dates and locations for the events are as follows:
- Wednesday, 9/20 – Garden Spot High School
- Wednesday, 10/4 – Quarryville Library Center
- Thursday, 10/12 – Ephrata Area High School
- Thursday, 10/19 – HACC – Lancaster Campus – East 203
- Thursday, 10/26 – Associated Builders and Contractors – Keystone Campus, Mt. Joy
- Wednesday, 11/8 – Columbia High School Auditorium
All events are open from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., with workshops/breakout sessions from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m
For more information please visit: http://www.lancastercountywib.com/
What is Thaddeus Sevens Early Enrollment Program? With the early enrollment program, students simultaneously complete their senior year of high school while also completing their freshman year major courses at Thaddeus Stevens College on a full time basis. Academic eligibility is determined by students taking the COMPASS placement test. Students must score at the college level to pursue early enrollment. Early enrollment
students are charged a reduced rate for tuition and are not required to pay the application fee. One year after enrolling, students graduate from Penn Manor high school with a diploma while also having completed one year of an associate degree.
Tuition is 50% off for early enrollment and students may be eligible for financial aid
Interested students need to attend the information session on Tuesday November 7th 2017 at 10:30am (homeroom) in the Penn Manor guidance office. Sign-up is required. Students, sign up here or at button below. Parents of 11th grade students interested in the program are highly encouraged to attend with their student.
Please Join Us For
November 6th East Gym
Parents are invited to attend Penn Manor Education Day on November 6th, 2017. Over 100 admission representatives will be here from two and four year colleges, technical, nursing and business schools in the East Gym. This is a great opportunity to speak to admission counselors and ask questions about the various programs. Learn about entrance requirements, financial aid, campus life and academic programs. The event time will be 10:50-1:00.
For a list of representative click here