Ever thought about a career in computers? How about a career in Computer Forensics. Look and listen to what the job does and what education it requires. COOL STUFF!
- This week the Career Center is sponsoring visits from Old Dominion University on Monday, Norfolk State on Wednesday, and Penn State on Friday.
- The Career Cafe will feature a Radiology Technician and Mary Washington School of Radiology on Thursday.
- The Career Coach will be visiting the Ms. Garcia’s government class’s to discuss futures and financial aid .
- The Career Coach will also be visiting Caroline Middle School.
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CollegeWeekLive attendees can watch admissions experts speak on topics such as how to prepare for the SAT, how to write a winning application essay or how to pay for college and have questions answered via live chat. Attendees can also video chat with college students and learn what campus life is really like. The event features scholarships and special promotions available only to those who attend. Sign-Up Now.
Explore careers, self assessment, find resources for career education training by 17 regions in Virginia and 16 different job families (designed for middle & high school students and parents).
You’ve heard about VCUarts, but have you seen it?
If not, Open House is the perfect time.
• visit campus • tour arts facilities • have your portfolio reviewed • meet faculty and students from each department • visit the dorms • eat in our award-winning dining hall • attend sessions on financial aid, study abroad, transferring, the Honors College, and more!
November 2, 2013: Open House
- 7:30 to 8:30am – Check in (Siegel Center, Lobby)
- 7:30 to 9am – Student Services Information Tables (Siegel Center)
- 9am – Welcome (Siegel Center)
- 10am – School of the Arts Overviews (Various locations)
- 10:45am to 12pm – Departmental Overviews and Q & A Sessions (Various locations)
- 10:45am to 1:30pm – Tours of the School of the Arts (meet in Singleton Center lobby)
- 11:30am to 12:15pm – Art Foundation Q & A session (Bowe St. Deck, Fifth Floor, Room 535)
- 11am to 2pm – Portfolio Reviews (Bowe St. Deck, Fifth Floor, Room 535)
Coming soon to a Career Center near you? Come during your lunch to hear about career paths such as careers in Radiology, Electricians and Apprenticeship Programs, Military Careers and more. Look for more info in the next coming weeks.
The PSAT has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 30th. Testing will begin at 2:00 pm and will be given in the cafeterias. ALL students who want to take the PSAT need to sign up (this includes juniors and advanced 10th graders); even if you signed up previously. You can sign up in the school counseling office. Plan to bring your own graphing calculator and 2 No. 2 pencils. Students will need to make arrangements to be picked up or plan to ride the activity bus home that day.
College Night, hosted by Spotsylvania Towne Centre will be next Wednesday, October 16, from 6:30-8:30PM. There will be representatives from colleges and universities from all over the East Coast, including Germanna Community College! Germanna’s Recruiter, Kim Viarella, and Brian Ogale will be at the GCC table to answer all your questions about GCC programs, including opportunities for transfer and guaranteed admissions to many four-year colleges and universities, as well as how current high school students can take advantage of Dual Enrollment courses in their high schools to get an early start on their college education. See you there!!!!