The Rutgers School of Business-Camden BizEd Summer Leadership Program from July 15-21, 2017 for all high school students. For more information visit www.business.camden.rutgers.edu/bized/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (856) 225-6852.
Rutgers University Pre-College Summer Programs at the New Brunswick campus. The summer programs offer a chance for students to study at one of the nation’s top research universities before entering college. For more information and application requirements go to www.summer.rutgers.edu/precollege.
Construction Industry Career Day at the NJ Convention & Expo Center Edison, NJ. NJ turnpike Exit 10. May 30 & 31, 2017. For more information and to register go to www.cicdnj.org.
Farm Market Retail Salesperson
Pastore Orchards Farm Market- Hammonton, NJ
Part-time, Seasonal Position
Work Location: 626 S. White Horse Pike, Hammonton, NJ 08037
Duration: June- Nov. 1, 5 hr shifts between 8am and 8pm
Job Description: As a salesperson you will be responsible for working with customers. This includes greeting customers; answering their questions and also helping them purchase their produce. In addition, you will be responsible for restocking and inspecting produce quality prior to selling.
Qualifications: Looking for responsible, hardworking, well-rounded individuals with outgoing personalities. Individuals must be willing to work flexible hours and days, especially weekends. You must be at least 15 years of age and willing and able to perform physical labor outside in all weather conditions. Individuals must also be willing to learn and become familiar with produce, cash registers, scales as well as answer phones professionally and take clear and concise messages. Finally, individuals must follow all food safety regulations and employee procedures and policies of Pastore Orchards.
To Apply: Please inquire about position by e-mailing Jennifer Pastore at email@example.com
Stockton University’s Kramer Hall is excited to present a free film screening of “T-Rex: Her Fight for Gold” as a part of Black History Month presented by Stockton University and WHYY Philadelphia. The event will take place at Kramer Hall, located at 30 Front Street in Hammonton, on Thursday, February 23 from 6PM-8PM. RSVP at https://t-rex.eventbrite.com.
DeSales University “ Summer Video Camp” offers professional filmmaking skills. Application Deadline 6-12-17. For more information email Chuck.Gloman@desales.EDU/SVI or call 610-282-1100 Ext. 1683.
Calling all Art Students! The College of Saint Elizabeth will be hosting a Portfolio Review for high school juniors and seniors to receive invaluable feedback from college professors and learn more about pursuing a degree in the arts. Students can sign up on their website. Save the date 2-11-17.
Duke Summer College Program for more information go to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Georgetown Summer High School Programs for more information go to http://scs.georgetown.edu/departments/21/summer-programs-for-high-school-students/about-the-program/how-to-apply?.
Seton Hall University’s Sustainable Development Challenge for all sophomores, juniors and seniors awards 1st Place Winner: $2,500 cash prize, plus a $10,000 scholarship to attend Seton Hall University ($2,500 annually). 2nd Place Winner: $1,000 cash prize, plus a $6,000 scholarship to attend Seton Hall University ($1,500 annually).
All other Finalists will receive a $4,000 scholarship to attend Seton Hall University ($1,000 annually). To enter students must submit a 300-500 word statement addressing their thoughts and ideas about how they can be part of the solution and raise awareness or effect change related to one of the UN goals. To learn more or submit an entry visit shu.edu/go/UNchallenge. Deadline 3-12-2017.
Storybook Land is accepting applications for the 2017 season for jobs as Ride Operators and Food Service Personnel. Applicants must be 16 years of age. Application are available on-line at www.StorybookLand.com.
The Token & Lewis High School Essay Contest awards $500 to the top essay. Deadline 3-1-17. See Ms. Fourney for details.
The JFK essay contest for students 9-12 grade. Write an original creative essay that demonstrates an understanding of political courage as described by John F. Kennedy in Profiles in Courage. First prize $20,000 Second prize $1,000 and Eighteen Centennial awards of $100 each. For complete guidelines, visit online at http://JFKLibrary.org/essaycontest
The Richard C. Goodwin -Josiah Dubois Humanitarian Scholarship awards $2,000 to a junior or senior that lives in Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, or Salem County and that participates in clubs and activities. Deadline 4-25-17. See Ms. Fourney for the application.
The South Jersey Legal Services Guardianship Project for Disabled Children allows parents to obtain guardianship over their children when they reach the age of 18. Volunteer attorneys will assist low-income families. Please contact Michelle Nuciglio at 856-964-2010 ext. 6229
The Hammonton Art Center is open for registration for semester Art courses. Contact Annette Rinker at 856-768-0954 or email@example.com
Full College Scholarship Program for 9th Graders Introducing the Give Something Back Foundation
“Providing mentors and scholarships to help Pell Grant-eligible students go to college and graduate in four years, debt free”
The Give Something Back Foundation helps all students—regardless of their economic situation—receive access to a college education. Our program provides scholarships (tuition, room, and board) to one of our partner colleges and universities for four years, and our students complete their degree free of debt.
Recruited and enrolled in the GSBF program in the 9th grade, scholars will benefit from:
• A trained adult mentor who provides support throughout the student’s high
school years in order to prepare them for the college experience
• Yearly programming organized by the foundation, such as professional
social skills training, speaker events, career counseling, academic
workshops, college tours, and college application preparation.
• An opportunity to receive a quality college education and experience that they may never have had otherwise.
To learn how to apply or for more information,
contact Kelly Dun, Senior Vice President at 609.806.2649 njinfo@givesomethingbackfoundation
Widener University provides several exciting opportunities for high school students to learn about the fascinating world of engineering. For more information go to http://www.widener.edu/engineering at click on Outreach programs or contact Dr. Ronald Mersky, Director of Engineering Outreach, at firstname.lastname@example.org; phone 610-499-1146.
Seton Hall offers high school students a chance to win cash and scholarships by entering a pirate Pitch contest designed to teach the basics of entrepreneurship and idea generation. First prize $2,500 cash prize plus a $10,000 Seton Hall scholarship, Second prize $1,000 cash prize plus a $6,000 Seton Hall scholarship, All other finalists will receive a $4,000 scholarship to attend Seton Hall. Lear more online at http://shu.edu/go/HSPitch