Guidance News – MAY 23, 2019
Congratulations! You are almost at the end of your high school years. With senior projects behind you, it is not too late to focus on scholarships. Lists are updated and available to you outside of the Guidance office. For Online Learners, pay close attention to your course “end date”. Credit is given when you show 100% completion in the course. Your grade will appear on the final transcript requested by all colleges. See me on Monday if you have any concerns.
This is a great opportunity for a minimal cost. If you are interested in any of these fields of study, please come down to Guidance and we can talk about it in more detail.
New England Institute of Technology's Tech Camp 2019, our summer camp program running July 8-11 for current high school sophomores and juniors.
This summer we'll offer 11 terrific camp sessions. Students will spend four days immersed in the kind of hands-on learning New England Tech provides -- all sessions are offered in small class sizes, led by our tech-savvy faculty and filled with forward-thinking curriculum.
The deadline to register is May 24 and the only price is a $100 non-refundable registration fee. To register, families visit www.NEIT.edu/TechCamp. Tech Camps fill up fast so please help us get your students into one of the following sessions:
Architectural Building Engineering Technology
Audio Recording: Digital Media Production
Build a Mobile App: Information Technology
Cybersecurity: Information Technology
Drones & Autonomous Cars: Electronics, Robotics & Drone Technology
Engineering Design: Mechanical Engineering Technology
Robotics: Electronics, Robotics & Drone Technology
Video Game Design/Development: Information Technology
Video Production: Digital Media Production
Don't hesitate to call or email me with any questions you have about Tech Camp 2019.
Director of Enrollment Management Outreach
401-739-5000 ext. 3462
New England Institute of Technology
Our end-of-the-year task will be to create online RaiseMe accounts. I will be scheduling time in the computer lab to walk you through the process. Here is an overview of the scholarship program and how it works:
Big changes are coming as you transition into the next phase of the high school program. I will be meeting with both grade levels to review the expectations of the next grade level. We will also have a Q&A session with upper classmen available to answer all of your questions.
Have a great summer everyone!
Some examples of the opportunities out there:
10 Sites to Kick Off Your Scholarship Search https://www.usnews.com/education/best-colleges/paying-for-college/articles/2017-09-14/10-sites-to-kick-off-your-scholarship-search?src=usn_tw
All college bound males must register when they turn 18 to be eligible to receive financial aid.
It is simple and easy to do at www.sss.gov.