Beginning next school year, the PSAT and SAT are moving to digital tests. In the fall, Juniors will take the PSAT/NMSQT during the school day digitally. In addition, the SAT will be offered during the school day in the fall via the paper format for the last time. In the spring, the SAT will only be available digitally. Penn Manor will offer this during the school day in March and April. More details to come!
The Lancaster City Bureau of Police is seeking highly collaborative, self-reliant
trailblazers to join the Cadet Program. This is a paid part-time apprenticeship-type
position designed to give young adults the opportunity to serve their community by
creating a safe, equitable, and thriving Lancaster City. Must be 18 – 20 years old and a U.S. Citizen to apply. http://LCBPCAREERS.COM
Check out this summer camp opportunity!
The Lancaster County Career and Technical Center has a great program for graduates wanting to work in the auto industry. This course is very popular for Penn Manor students in 12th grade, and not everyone has a chance to take this program due to the high enrollment. It’s not too late to join CTC as a graduate and complete these courses. Look at the website below for more information.
Juniors and seniors are welcome to sign up for our upcoming Post-Secondary Training Fair on April 18th during Block 4. This event is perfect for students who want to enter the workforce after high school. Visit with organizations like High Company LLC, Automotive Training Center, Thaddaeus Stevens, JobCorps, and CareerLink. Students can sign up here.
|We are THRILLED to announce that Cargas, a Lancaster-based, employee-owned software company offering software from Microsoft, Sage, Salesforce, and HubSpot, as well as custom-developed products, will host a Hybrid Classroom for All Star Code’s Summer Intensive Program! ASC is a leading national organization educating young men of color in computer science, exposing scholars to tech entrepreneurship, and providing them with tools for success in the tech industry.|
ASC’s Summer Intensive is a FREE, rigorous 6-week coding education program that embeds mentorship and personal & professional life skills instruction- all in a fun, engaging virtual environment. Laptops & WiFi hotspots are provided to every enrolled scholar & devices are the students’ to keep at the conclusion of the program. Scholars will earn $15/hr stipends to participate. For the 2023 Summer Intensive Program, thanks to the generosity of The Steinman Foundation & Lancaster County STEM Alliance, 40 fully-funded slots are available to Lancaster County students & registration is open!
Who can apply for the Summer Intensive?A Scholar who is a rising 9-12th grade student OR 2023 HS graduate A Scholar who identifies as a male student of color Willingness to engage in ASC’s 3 pillars: Dare Greatly, Celebrate Failure & Tell Your Story Interest but not necessarily experience in coding, computer science, technology & entrepreneurship GPA is NOT evaluated for consideration in the program Students with IEPs and English Language Learners are encouraged to apply! Specialized assistance is provided & daily office hours are available for extra supportLancaster County students will have the unique opportunity to learn on-site at Cargas in the Hybrid Classroom. They’ll benefit from an in-person Summer Intensive Coordinator available to support their virtual learning, experience an industry leader’s incredible environment and hear from Cargas team members first-hand. And did we mention PING-PONG? Its true- Cargas’ space at 101 N. Queen Street in Lancaster is second to none, and we are excited to share this with our Summer Intensive students! Attending the Hybrid Classroom is not a requirement for participation, and students can join remotely from wherever they’re located. Please help us spread the word about this opportunity, and encourage eligible students to apply today!
Lancaster Dollars online application period is open until 4/28/23 to apply for interest-free student loans for the upcoming school year. More than 14,000 loans totaling $19 million have been provided by LDHL since 1961 to help students achieve their educational dreams!