Welcome Freshman

Caroline High School is hosting the second annual transition workshop for all incoming 9th grade students, “What it takes to be successful at CHS” and your student is invited!

Date: Tuesday August 1, 2017
Time: 8:00am – 12:00pm
Location: Caroline Middle School

Breakfast, Lunch, a CAVALIER Nation T-Shirt, and Fun-Filled
Friendly Student Competitions, are all provided FREE of charge; we just need to see your student there!

The workshop will include topics such as:
√ Goal Setting
√ Organizational Skills for College and Career Readiness
√ Academic Study Skills
√ Cavalier Teamwork
√ Cavalier Character

Register today and help your Freshman Transition Successfully!
Registration Deadline: July 20, 2017
Call or email Assistant Principal, Mr. Josh Just, to reserve your student’s spot today!
(804) 633-9886, ext. 5127 or jjust@ccps.us.
Please provide the following information when leaving a message:
√ Student’s Name
√ Parent Phone Number & Email
√ Student’s Shirt Size
√ Student’s Allergies
√ Transportation Request–Let us know if your child requires county transportation to attend this event.

You did it!

You made it though the first week!  Congratulations! Now keep up the good work when you return next week!  I hope to have some more information on what the Career Coach is doing.  Stay tuned.

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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!

 

Community College Schoalrships

VFCCE Scholarships & Funds

Virginia Foundation for Community College Education Scholarships

The mission of the VFCCE is to provide access to education for all Virginians. Through the statewide scholarship program, students have the opportunity to apply for scholarships ranging from $1000 to $10,000. The VFCCE recognizes outstanding students of all ages and backgrounds. Statewide scholarship programs are outlined below. Additional scholarship opportunities are offered directly through Virginia’s 23 community colleges.


Visit our scholarship portal

More than 65 students were awarded scholarships this past year.  To be eligible for a VFCCE scholarship, a student must be a Virginia resident who is enrolled or plans to enroll at one of Virginia’s 23 community colleges.  Scholarship applications for the 2016 – 2017 academic year are due May 16, 2016.  Please visit the scholarship portal for more details on each scholarship and to apply.


Current Scholarships

Click here to see our scholarship recipients for 2015-2016

Potomac Health Foundation Fellows Program

The Potomac Health Foundation Fellows Program provides up to $8,000 in financial assistance and a unique leadership curriculum to second-year students who  demonstrate a preference to pursue a career in a health care field/setting that involves direct patient care or a career that supports healthy communities such as health care administration or medical research. Applicants must attend Germanna or Northern Virginia Community College full-time and reside in the following zip codes: 20112, 22025, 22026, 22079, 22125, 22134, 22172, 22191, 22192, 22193, 22554, and 22556.

Valley Proteins Fellows Program

For the fifth year, extraordinary second-year students attending a Virginia Community College will be selected for the Valley Proteins Fellows Program. This prestigious scholarship will award up to $5,000 for tuition, books, fees and expenses. In addition to the generous award, the Fellows Program will provide recipients with the opportunity to share in special experiences to enhance their academic and leadership potential.

Laurens Sartoris Commonwealth Legacy Scholarship

Funded through the support of the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association in honor of Laurens “Larry” Sartoris, former president of VHHA and former chair of the Virginia Foundation for Community College Education. The scholarship provides financial assistance to admitted nursing students attending Virginia’s Community Colleges.

Gerald Baliles Commonwealth Legacy Scholarship

Scholarships will be awarded to first-time college students at Patrick Henry Community College to recognize Governor Gerald Baliles’ many contributions to the improvement of education for all Virginians, through the Patrick Henry Educational Foundation. For additional information and to apply for this scholarship, visit the Patrick Henry website.  The deadline to apply for this scholarship is May 31, 2016.

Kathy Camper Commonwealth Legacy Scholarship

One scholarship will be awarded to a first-time or second year student pursuing a career in information technology or childhood education.

John T. Casteen III Commonwealth Legacy Scholarship

Two scholarships will be awarded to a full-time community college student attending any Virginia Community College who plans to transfer to the University of Virginia.

Eva T. Hardy Commonwealth Legacy Scholarship

Three scholarships will be awarded to community college students who demonstrate potential for public service and civic leadership.

Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) Scholarship

Established by the Central VA Chapter of IREM to assist students pursuing studies in real estate or property management, one scholarship will be awarded to students attending a college in Central Virginia: Blue Ridge, Central Virginia, Dabney S. Lancaster, Danville, Germanna, J. Sargeant Reynolds, John Tyler, Lord Fairfax, New River, Patrick Henry, Paul D. Camp, Piedmont Virginia, Rappahannock, Southside Virginia, Virginia Highlands, Virginia Western and Wytheville.

Michael A. Smith Commonwealth Legacy Scholarship

Created with a generous leadership gift from Valley Proteins, Inc. along with numerous friends, family, business associates and students to honor Michael Smith, former chairman of the Virginia Foundation for Community College Education (VFCCE).  Three scholarships will be awarded to first-year community college students.

ACG Richmond Commonwealth Legacy Scholarship

One scholarship will be awarded to a student at John Tyler Community College who is pursuing a business degree.  For more information or to apply for this scholarship, please visit the John Tyler Community College website.  The deadline to apply for this scholarship is April 15, 2016.

The Eleanor Saslaw Commonwealth Legacy Scholarships

Through the generosity of Eleanor Saslaw, a scholarship will be awarded to a student attending Patrick Henry Community College. For more information or to apply for this scholarship, please visit the Patrick Henry Community College  website.  The deadline to apply for this scholarship is May 31, 2016


The Virginia Foundation for Community College Education is grateful to our friends and donors who are helping our students attend college and achieve their dreams. Thank you!

For more information, contact:

The Virginia Foundation for Community College Education
300 Arboretum Place, Suite 200  (Note new address!)
Richmond, VA 23236

Dr. Jennifer Sager Gentry
Vice Chancellor for Institutional Advancement
jgentry@vccs.edu
804-819-4962

Anne McCaffrey
Director of Development and Scholarships
amccaffrey@vccs.edu
804-819-5396

Non Traditional Careers for women!!!

Are you a GIRL?  Have you ever thought I want to do something different  for a career?  Here are some non traditional career pathways for women with links for more information.  Check them out !!!!

Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Continuous Mining Machine Operators Women
Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Environmental Engineering Technicians Women
Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Garbage and Recyclable Material Collectors Women
Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Mine Cutting Machine Operators Women
Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Pest Control Workers Women
Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, and Applicators Women
Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Quarry Rock Splitters Women
Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Tree Trimmers and Pruners Women
Architecture and Construction Architects Women
Architecture and Construction Architectural and Civil Drafters Women
Architecture and Construction Brickmasons Women
Architecture and Construction Brickmasons Helpers Women
Architecture and Construction Carpenter Helpers Women
Architecture and Construction Carpenter Helpers Women
Architecture and Construction Carpenter Helpers Women
Architecture and Construction Carpenters Women
Architecture and Construction Carpet Installers Women
Architecture and Construction Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers Women
Architecture and Construction Construction and Building Inspectors Women
Architecture and Construction Construction and Maintenance Painters Women
Architecture and Construction Construction Laborers Women
Architecture and Construction Construction Managers Women
Architecture and Construction Cost Estimators Women
Architecture and Construction Crane and Tower Operators Women
Architecture and Construction Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers Women
Architecture and Construction Electrical and Electronics Drafters Women
Architecture and Construction Electrician Helpers Women
Architecture and Construction Electricians Women
Architecture and Construction Floor Layers, Except Carpet, Wood, and Hard Tiles Women
Architecture and Construction Floor Sanders and Finishers Women
Architecture and Construction Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers Women
Architecture and Construction Highway Maintenance Workers Women
Architecture and Construction Landscape Architects Women
Architecture and Construction Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers Women
Architecture and Construction Maintenance and Repair Workers Women
Architecture and Construction Mechanical Drafters Women
Architecture and Construction Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment Operators Women
Architecture and Construction Painter Helpers Women
Architecture and Construction Pipelayers Women
Architecture and Construction Plumber Helpers Women
Architecture and Construction Plumbers Women
Architecture and Construction Refractory Materials Repairers Women
Architecture and Construction Roofer Helpers Women
Architecture and Construction Roofers Women
Architecture and Construction Stonemasons Women
Architecture and Construction Structural Iron and Steel Workers Women
Architecture and Construction Tapers Women
Architecture and Construction Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers Women
Architecture and Construction Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers Women
Architecture and Construction Terrazzo Workers and Finishers Women
Architecture and Construction Tile and Marble Setters Women
Arts, A/V Technology, and Communications Audio and Video Equipment Technicians Women
Arts, A/V Technology, and Communications Broadcast Technicians Women
Arts, A/V Technology, and Communications Camera and Photographic Equipment Repairers Women
Arts, A/V Technology, and Communications Camera Operators Women
Arts, A/V Technology, and Communications Film and Video Editors Women
Arts, A/V Technology, and Communications Musical Instrument Repairers and Tuners Women
Arts, A/V Technology, and Communications Public Address System and Other Announcers Women
Arts, A/V Technology, and Communications Radio and Television Announcers Women
Arts, A/V Technology, and Communications Sound Engineering Technicians Women
Business, Management, and Administration Couriers and Messengers Women
Source: http://www.iseek.org/careers/menandwomen.html

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:

2015 Graduates & Germanna Community College

Attention 2015 Graduates!  Have you registered for classes at Germanna yet?  Classes start the week of August 17th!!!  What are you waiting for?  I will be at Germanna on the following days.  Come out and let me help you to get started!

Career Coach Hours @ Germanna Community College

  • July 30th 11:00am-7:00pm
  • July 31 8:30am – 5:30pm
  • August 3 11:00am – 7:00pm
  • August 4 8:30am- 5:00pm
  • August 5 8:30 am- 5:00pm

 

Senior Germanna Field Trip

Time is coming up quick.  If your are a senior and have filled out an application to Germanna Community College, come with me on a trip to see Germanna on April17th.  LUNCH is provided and it is FREE!!!   This trip will count as your Germanna Orientation which is need before you can register for classes!!

Trip permission forms are available from the Career Coach!!  Come and get them as there are limited spots!