Allied Health Career Exploration!

 

CLOSING VCU PIPELINE APPLICATION ALERT!

Are you or do you know of anyone who may be interested in pursuing an Allied Health Profession? Have you ever wanted the opportunity to learn more about the degree programs VCU School of Allied Health Professions​ has to offer?

Apply to the VCU Allied Health Career Exploration​ Pipeline Program! AHCE is a two week, non-residential program that allows students to explore all of the Allied Health Disciplines offered at VCU through professional development workshops and hands-on experiences.

Eligibility Requirements: Rising and current college freshmen, sophomores, and juniors.

Application Requirements:
– Complete application
– Two letters of recommendation
– Official transcript(s)

Application Deadline: April 3, 2017

Application Website: https://www.ucc.vcu.edu/other/application.aspx

Program Dates: June 5 – 16, 2017

Program Website: http://www.dhsd.vcu.edu/pipeline-programs/college/allied-health-career-exploration/

If you have any questions, please contact us at pipelineapp@vcu.edu or give us a call at (804)-827-0982!

Welcome Back!!!

Welcome back.  Hope everyone had a great summer!!  Now that you are relaxed it is time to get back in gear and think about your PLAN ! I will be planning and organizing the Career Cafe, college visits, VA Wizard times, and also starting to see those students who would like help starting their career plan.  December graduates that really means you!  

Keep checking back at this site to see whats happening!!!

 

Germanna Workshops

So you can take advantage of our Guaranteed transfer agreements and complete your bachelor’s degree at a 4 year college or university


Register for a workshop by email:Careerandtransfer@germanna.edu

 

 

Thursday, June 9 – 1:00pm – Fredericksburg Campus, SP1, Room 228

 

Thursday, June 235:00pm –Fredericksburg Campus, SP1, Room 228

Monday, July 1810:00am – Fredericksburg Campus, SP1, Room 228

Tuesday, August 91:00pm – Fredericksburg Campus – SP1, Room 228

 

 

Germanna Community College at the Library!


Meet with representatives to learn about: Becoming a Germanna student, financial aid, transitioning to college, veteran benefits, and career services

 

Apply on the spot!

 

Thursday, June 9, 3:00pm – 6:00pm – Porter Branch
Monday, July 113:00pm7:00pm – Salem Church Branch
Tuesday, August 210:00am2:00pm – Porter Branch
No registration necessary!

 

Germanna Community College Representative Coming To Caroline

Seniors are you interested in attending Germanna Community College this summer or fall?  Juniors are you interested in joint enrollment or taking a DE classes?  Come to meet with a Germanna representative on Tuesday, March 15th in the Career Center.  This session will cover programs offered at Germanna, the application process, and what life is like at Germanna.  Come and get your “connections to your future” started.  Sign-ups are in the school counseling office.

Free College Prep help

  • Gratitude Initiative’s Online College Success Academy for Military Students Students in 8th – 11th grade are eligible to apply for the program if they have a parent who meets one of the following criteria: Active duty member of the United States Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard, Veteran honorably discharged from active duty on or after 9/11/200, Reserve or National Guard member who was activated for active duty service since 9/11/2001 and was deployed to a combat zone, A combat wounded or disabled veteran with a service connected injury that occurred on or after 9/11/2001, A service member killed on active duty. Students and families can learn more and apply online here. The number of students enrolled each year is limited based on available funding and the number of qualified applicants.

THE COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO CRUSH #COLLEGEAPPMONTH

When the President of the United States announces a National College Application Month, it’s time to step up and make things happen. Here’s a collection of tips, gathered by the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, for high school students and community college students looking to transfer.

Starting Strategically in High School:

Understanding Your Needs:

Narrowing Your College List:

Attention-Grabbing Application Advice:

Funding College & Financial Aid Basics:

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Happenings

It was a busy week last week.  Randolph Macon College and Old Dominion University came to visit the Career Center.  The Career Coach visited Mr. Black’s class.
This week Longwood University and Bridgewater College will be coming to the Career Center.
The Career Coach will be away on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of this week at Germanna conferences and a Workforce conferences.