The Cook Honors College Summer Honors Program is a unique opportunity to explore college level honors classes without the pressure of grades. Whether you love learning for its own sake or want to distinguish yourself this summer, SHP 2022 may be right for you. Click here for more info! Application opens February 1, 2022.
Who Can Attend?
SHP 2022 is designed for high school students currently in tenth or eleventh grade who will be juniors and seniors next fall. We do, however, encourage highly motivated and confident ninth grade students (sophomores in the fall) to apply.
Columbia Job Fair hosted by PACareerLink. February 24, 2022 6-8pm.
Who Should Attend ?
• Students looking for a summer job
• Students wanting to explore post high school career options
• Parents/Guardians seeking to improve a current employment situation
Look no further! Join us for an evening where employers and training providers will share information on available career paths and current opportunities for students and adults.
FREE Dinner Before the Job Fair! 5:00pm-6:00pm Columbia High School Cafeteria Lancaster County Career & Technology Center will be presenting on training opportunities while you eat! You must register in advance to attend the dinner. Dinners are limited.
Registration NOT required to attend the JOB FAIR ONLY.
Need help preparing for the job fair? Let PA CareerLink® Lancaster County help you! The following workshops will be held in Columbia, PA prior to the job fair: Resume Writing Workshop and Job Fair Boot Camp. See file download below for more info.
Snow Date: Thursday, March 10, 2022
Please follow Columbia School District and PA CareerLink® Lancaster County
for updates on cancellations. Questions? See Tammy Garza, (717) 415-7517
There are multiple health and biomedical camp offerings this summer. The Summer Opportunities tab has information on camps from Lebanon Valley College and PA College of Health Sciences. Also offered is a medical terminology course.
Check out these opportunities and see if any of them are of interest to you!
High school students with 504 Plans or IEPs and their teachers and parents are encouraged to attend this year’s live virtual fair to learn about making a successful transition to post-secondary education. Live sessions by agencies, administrators, and counselors from various schools and colleges will cover numerous aspects of self-advocacy as well as steps for accessing disability support services in a post-secondary school environment. Attendees will also be able to view information on colleges and universities, trade and technical schools, agency, and financial supports with just a click!
Each day, over 200 people are injured and 4 people are killed in traffic accidents in Pennsylvania.
At Metzger Wickersham, we have represented thousands of people injured in auto accidents, and we know how a serious or fatal car crash can devastate a victim’s family, friends and the surrounding community.
Many motor vehicle crashes are caused by risky behaviors like driving under the influence of alcohol or texting while driving. These types of accidents are especially heartbreaking because they are fully preventable.
Metzger Wickersham’s scholarship program encourages students to take a stand against dangerous driving. The Road to Safety Scholarship Contest provides high school seniors with the opportunity to submit a creative project about the dangers of drunk driving and/or distracted driving for the chance to win college scholarship money. The ultimate goal of the contest is to help spread the message to drive with safety in mind all the time!
First place winners will receive a $1,000 scholarship, second place winners will receive $750 and third place winners will receive $500.
Enter Metzger Wickersham’s Road to Safety Scholarship Contest by submitting a creative project that educates people about the perils of dangerous driving. In your own creative way, tell us how teens can drive with safety in mind, all the time.
Who is Eligible?
Metzger Wickersham’s Road to Safety Scholarship Contest is open to graduating, college-bound high school seniors in Pennsylvania.
College-bound seniors may enter the contest by submitting a creative project that sends a memorable message about the dangers of drunk driving and/or distracted driving.
Students may submit no more than one entry. All entries must be submitted with a completed 2022 Entry Form.
An entry must fall under at least one of the following categories:
All projects must be the original work of the entrant. Entries cannot include Copyright graphics, photos or songs. We are no longer accepting essays or poems.
PSAs, videos, songs or dances should be no longer than 2 minutes.
If emailing audio or video file, please submit in .mp3, .mov, or .wmv format. You may submit entries via file sharing service (Google Drive, Dropbox, etc.)
For judging purposes, it is preferred to receive a hard copy of artwork submissions. However, if emailing artwork, please submit in JPEG or PDF format.
All submitted entries become the property of Metzger Wickersham law firm. Projects will not be returned to any entrant. Upon submission of a project, entrants acknowledge that Metzger Wickersham will have all rights to use, reproduce, publish, display, distribute or promote the entry as deemed necessary.
The Princeton Prize in Race Relations recognizes and rewards high school students who have had a significant positive effect on race relations in their schools or communities through their volunteer efforts.
Prize recipients receive a cash prize of $1,000 and an all-expenses-paid weekend to a Symposium on Race at Princeton University where they will meet and engage with other Prize recipients from across the country.
Prize recipients are recognized at ceremonies in their local regions by Princeton alumni.
The deadline for this opportunity is January 31st!
Seniors if you have not completed your Free Application for Federal Student Aid ( FAFSA) this is an opportunity for you to get support now!
Please join PHEAA representative Sonya Mann-McFarlane on January 11, 2022. This event is offered to help you complete your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Before the event you and a parent each need to create your account FSA ID at studentaid.gov. Documents that you will need to complete your FAFSA are social security number, W-2 forms, federal income tax return from the past 2 years income tax returns, current bank statements, and stocks.
Please download WebEx on your mobile device or computer prior to January 11th. You will receive a link from Sonya with your time slot to virtually complete your FAFSA with her support.
Deadline to register for this event is Friday, January 7th.
Click here to register for Virtual FAFSA Completion with a PHEAA Representative. https://forms.gle/ebRhxrgSCicbH77d7