Employment (&volunteer, internships)

Employment (&volunteer, internships)

Academic Opportunities

Employment & Volunteer/Internships

Internships, Camps, Summer Study etc.
Academic Opportunities-Internships, Camps, Summer Study etc.- Shawnee Guidance will post information we receive from employers, universities and the like regarding offerings and programming. Please contact  the Guidance Office or Mr. Cheeseman with any questions at 419-998-8008.
 
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University of Dayton Engineering Summer Programming- programs are linked below:
 
Still in high school but ready for a collegiate experience? Case Western Reserve University’s Pre-Collegiate Summer Programs fully immerse ambitious high school students in a college curriculum, conversations and activities. Title is linked to info and applicaiton.
 
The "SEE" - Summer Experience in Engineering camp at The University of Akron is an engaging one week residential and day summer camp for girls entering the ninth through twelfth grades that immerses the girls into biomedical, civil, chemical, electrical, and mechanical engineering. Registration deadline is Mar. 31, 2019. Title is linked to info and application. See your counselor for info.      
 
Volunteer, lifeguard, seasonal and full time employment opportunities. Title is linked to website and info.    
 
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The camp operates two programs which target individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Seniors and college students will be considered for employment. Title is linked to application and info.      
 
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The Summer Scholars Program provides a rich, early college experience for academically-talented rising high school juniors and seniors from across the globe. Students will join an engaged community of learners for an intense, two-week program. Title is linked to info and application.     
 
Exploring Programs- Black Swamp Area Council
Hancock, Putnam and Allen County Programming for Career Exploration and Hands-On Experience in diverse fields including aviation, engineering, health careers, etc. See flyer below.
 
The Summer Scholars program provides scholarships for talented female high school students to participate in a summer academic program at one of our partner programs – some of the most rigorous and selective colleges and universities in the country.  
Summer Scholars may use their scholarship to participate in certain summer academic programs at our partner colleges and universities. Courses are two-weeks or longer in length, and in some cases students are eligible to receive college credit. In most cases, Scholars receive financial aid from the Joyce Ivy Foundation and a partner scholarship from the summer program. Title is linked to site and application.
 
A nonprofit that helps high-achieving, low-income students gain admission and full four-year scholarships to the nation's best colleges. Title is linked to website. 
 
If you're in high school, you don't have to wait to get your college career started. Through The University of Alabama Early College program you can take college courses online or on campus while still in high school, earning up to 30 credit hours. Thousands of high school students have gotten a big jump on college through UA Early College. Title is linked to info. 
 
Summer College for high school students  Challenge yourself with a real college experience. Spend 2 to 6 weeks living on campus, taking fascinating classes with Cornell faculty, earning credits, and prepping for college admissions.   Title is linked to info and application.
 
Spring Preview Day 2019 Registration  Defiance College's Spring Preview Day offers YOU valuable information as you move through your college search process.    
 
Stevens Institute of Technology Pre-College Programs- New York
You may not know exactly what you want to do yet, but you know whatever it is, it’s going to be big. When you enroll in a pre-college program at Stevens, you can explore your ideas and interests in a pressure-free, inspiring academic environment that welcomes big thinkers.  What distinguishes our pre-college programs from others is that you get to create something from to start to finish: a business plan, a video game, an investment portfolio, a short animation. Yes, you’ll leave with a stronger college application, you’ll try out a potential major, get a taste of what campus life is really like and make some new friends. But: designing your own portfolio project with cutting-edge technology…in state-of-the-art facilities…while studying alongside our exceptional and talented faculty…while exploring New York City? Only at Stevens!   Title is linked to info and application.
 
Bowling Green State University has pre-college programming and summer camps in many disciplines that include coding, forensic science, architecture, music and more. Title is linked to information.

Gap Year Fairs
The 12th annual USA Gap Year Fairs series will run from January 5 – March 2, 2019. USA Gap Year Fairs will travel to 40 locations across the United States to connect students, parents, and educational professionals with gap year program representatives.  These fairs provide students with a broad exposure to gap year programs that emphasize experiential education and personal growth. Opportunities for face to face conversations with gap year program providers, trip leaders, advisors, and gap year alumni offer attendees a personal and individualized experience. Title linked to info and application.

2018-2019 We the Students Essay Prompt-Essay Contest
Citizenship essay contest for students. Title is linked to entry and info.

Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies
Our programs provide pre-collegiate students from the U.S. and around the world the chance to explore their passions and dive deep into a single topic beyond what is typically taught in a school curriculum. Title is linked to info and application.
 
June 16 - 22, 2019
The Martin W. Essex School for the Gifted and Talented™ at Otterbein University offers rising high school juniors and seniors the chance to explore the arts, sciences and humanities through a set of seminars, hands-on workshops, and field trips. This residential school encourages social interaction and peer discussion so that students are challenged intellectually and artistically and develop a better understanding of their abilities and talents in their lives and in society.  This residential camp will feature daily workshops and seminars as well as evening field trips and events.  Cost of Essex School: $650.00 Need-based financial assistance is available. Easy application process. Apply early, space is limited to 50 students. Notified of admittance within two weeks of receipt of application and deposit. Title is linked to application download.   
 
Information on programming and scholarships at title link.  
ACAP-Ohio is presented by The Ohio Society of CPAs and the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) and hosted at The Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business.  Students are introduced to accounting, finance, leadership and management. Local CPAs and business leaders share their experiences and provide tips for success. Students attend workshops, discussions, tours, mentoring sessions, business luncheons and a college fair. The program wraps up with an all-star awards banquet for students, parents, speakers and corporate sponsors where college scholarships and other awards are presented to attendees.   
 
The BGSU Young Women in Business Leadership Program is designed to introduce standout high school rising senior women to the principles and skills associated with being a leader in today’s college and professional world.  Attend our summer camp and learn more about your leadership style and how to apply your style to become an effective leader. You will even enjoy a cookout with Dean Braun!   June 23 - 27, 2019  The program is limited to 50 participants!    The cost for the camp is $150, which includes all housing, meals, activities and materials.  The remaining cost of the camp is underwritten by our annual Women in Business Conference.   All info is linked in title.
 
Information on apprenticeships available at link in title.
 
Liberty Retirement Community of Lima
Seeking volunteers to work residents in classes from January 16-March 27. The contact is Kelly Steinke at Liberty Retirement Community of Lima at 419-331-2273
 
Helps teens 13-17 explore animal related careers. Application is online and linked in title.
 
University of Akron Women in Engineering Visit Day and Summer Experience
Title link leads to info about Visit Day Dec. 8 and Summer Experience.
 
St. Rita's Medical Research Experience 
Students interested in future medical professions can apply for a Mercy Health St. Rita's Medical Research Experience that includes working with professionals, data analysis and research. Applications are available in the guidance office and deadline is January 4.   
 
Lima Memorial Healthcare Explorer Program 
Students who attended the Lima Memorial Open House and are interested in the Healthcare Explorer Program should visit guidance to get information regarding upcoming sessions and registration.   
 
Dentistry Open House
Dr. Stan K. Doty, DDS in Findlay, is offering an open house for students interested in dentistry as a career at his Findlay office November 13 at 6 p.m. Please see your guidance counselor for more information.   
 
ACT Prep Classes 
ACT prep classes are available at Lima Central Catholic High School again this year. Registration is due by January 2 and forms and schedule is available in the guidance office.   
 
Regal Cinemas Hiring in Lima
Title linked to application and information.
 
Lima News sees Sports Clerk Position
Work period runs from August to early June. Minimum 8 hours a week at 8.50 an hour. Must be at least 16 years old.
Requires working sports knowledge, accuracy, typing, Microsoft Word.
Send resume and cover letter to the following email as well as any questions. Info available in guidance office as well.
mpurdy@limanews.com
 
The Health Care Explorer Program is Lima Memorial Hospital's new program for high school students offering hands on experience, networking and classes designed to guide students who plan on entering the health care professions. There is an important open house at Lima Memorial Hospital on November 1 at 7 p.m. Flyers and information is available in the guidance office.  Title is linked to hospital web site.    
 
Free Speech Essay Contest
Essay contest for juniors and seniors from Foundation for Individual Rights in Education. Deadline December 31, 2018. Title linked to application and info.  
Title link leads to info and application for the following three programs: 
Programs Summer College (four-week academic credit program for students currently in grades 10 – 12)
Summer Academy (three-week academic enrichment program for students currently in grades 9 – 12)
Accelerated STEM Academy (one-week academic enrichment program for students currently in grades 9 – 12)  
 
Attention Sophomores: The Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Organization (HOBY) is accepting applications for the leadership conference this summer at Ohio Northern University June 6-9. The first deadline for application is December 7.  Please see your guidance counselor for information if interested and check the active scholarship link on Guidance Web page for informational link.   
 
The above link offers information regarding camps, career days and other opportunities.
 
The Ohio Civil Rights Commission is pleased to hold an annual statewide Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Art, Writing & Multimedia Contest.  This contest is intended to encourage students to reflect upon Dr. King’s life, philosophy, and impact on the Civil Rights movement and present day America. It is meant to challenge students to think about how civil rights and diversity affect their lives and how they can continue the work of Dr. King in their own way.  All Ohio students in grades 6-12 are invited to enter this contest and may submit one (1) entry per student.  Students may choose which type of entry they wish to submit.  All contest entries must be accompanied by a clearly written official entry form, completed in its entirety. (Submissions are not considered without a completed entry form).  Information linked in title and available in guidance office.    
 
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