Are you interested in obtaining a job with high skill and
Did you know the average starting wage in manufacturing in
Lancaster County is $13-$18 an hour?
With generous support from the Pennsylvania Department of
Labor and Industry, HACC’s Workforce Development Division is offering a free manufacturing training program to
20 graduating seniors in summer 2019.
In six weeks, you will:
work readiness skills to get you a job-ready
Network with guest speakers from the Lancaster
county manufacturing community
Obtain industry recognized credentials in OSHA
safety and CPR/First Aid
Obtain a National Career Readiness Certificate
Be connected for prioritized interviews with local
Classes will run Monday-Thursday, 8:30 AM-3:30 PM from June
17-July 12, 2019 at the HACC Lancaster campus.
Lunch is provided to all participants.
This program is
limited to the first 20 applicants.
should be on track to graduate, have reliable transportation to the HACC
Lancaster Campus, and be 18 years old by June 17, 2019.
Please email your school counselor before April 1stif you are interested in applying for this Manufacturing Training Program at HACC. Applications will be located in the school counseling office. *APPLICATIONS must be brought to the school counseling office before APRIL 3RD.
Applications for the PULSE Program at Penn State College of Medicine are open!
PULSE is a semester-long academic course for high schoolers passionate about the biomedical sciences taught at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. The program aims to cultivate an interest in medicine, biomedical science, and healthcare systems science. Students can expect to learn like medical students through small, problem-based learning sessions, large group lectures, mentoring sessions, a tour of our research facilities, and an optional session in our human cadaver laboratory.
Interested students must submit an online application, a letter of recommendation, and an official transcript. The application and further instructions can be found on the Penn State University website at sites.psu.edu/hmcpulse.
This is a great learning experience and unique opportunity to collaborate with practicing physicians, medical students, and other high school students.
*Please come to the school counseling office to pick up a flyer if you are interested in this program.
Are you a High School Senior who has been accepted into a 4 year school pursuing a degree in an engineering field?
Exelon is currently seeking highly motivated High School Seniors for summer internships. Paid internships will last approximately 10 weeks between June and August 2019. Interns will work on projects designed to help them gain real-world, hands-on experience working independently under an assigned supervisor.
Positions currently available within the following Exelon Generation companies:
If you were not able to attend the Dual Enrollment meeting, or would like to look back at specific information from the presentation, please download this Dual Enrollment Presentation-Spring 2019 meeting document.
Dual Enrollment Forms are in the school counseling office. Please email Miss Fry firstname.lastname@example.org or your school counselor if you have questions.
10th and 11th grade: Are you interested in completing college credits early?
The Dual Enrollment meeting for students interested in taking courses this FALL 2019 will be held during homeroom (10:20-11:20) Tuesday, March 5th in the LIBRARY. A representative from Millersville and HACC will present information about Dual Enrollment courses.
* Students who have already taken a dual enrollment course need to attend this meeting if you are applying for a FALL 2019 course. This meeting will go over any updates to the dual enrollment process.
You and your parent/guardian are invited to attend the FAFSA completion lab on December 13th at 6pm in the high school library. A representative from PHEAA (Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency) will be here to assist in the completion and submission of your application for financial aid.
Parents of 10th and 11th grade students: If you are interested in learning more information about your child attending Thaddeus Stevens full-day in 12th grade, please JOIN US for an early enrollment presentation by the assistant director of admissions. Please call or email Beth Fry to RSVP. Phone (717) 872-9520 Ext. 1817 Email: Elizabeth.email@example.com
The next program in our College and Career Seminar Series topic will be “ Workplace Safety and Related Careers”. Dr. Mehdi Khalighi from the Applied Engineering and Occupational Safety and Health Program at Millersville University will be the presenter on Wednesday, November 28th from 9:20-10:20 during block 2.
This program is intended to raise awareness about workplace safety and health among students who are in or soon will be joining the workforce. Some of the topics to be covered are:
Identifying hazards at work
Injury and illness prevention
Identifying emergencies at work and deciding on the best ways to address them
How workers can communicate with others when they feel unsafe or threatened
Please join us for this time as Workplace Safety will benefit your present and future positions!
If you are interested in automotive careers after high school, Mark Shouldis from the Automotive Training Center will be at Penn Manor HS to give a presentation on how being trained and having additional skills has a direct correlation to future success!