Mrs. A.

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Name: Mrs. A.
Date registered: July 29, 2011

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  1. College Conversations – February 18 — February 5, 2016
  2. Scrubs Academy 2 – Bismarck, ND — February 5, 2016
  3. Great Message from Cass County CTE Director — January 21, 2016
  4. Your First Day at a New Job — January 18, 2016
  5. Summer Jobs at Microsoft for 2016 Grads — January 14, 2016

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Feb 05

College Conversations – February 18

College Night is back on Thursday, February 18, 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. in the Sheyenne Commons. While you are at conferences, you will have the opportunity to meet 20+ representatives from college, military, and other post-secondary options. This is a great place to have all your questions answered by the experts! Check out www.tinyurl.com/shsfuture for …

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Feb 05

Scrubs Academy 2 – Bismarck, ND

Health Scrubs Academy 2 is an opportunity to participate in hands-on activities and learn about the exciting opportunities in the health care fields. You will become HIPAA certified, learn about different body systems and how health care professionals work with those systems. Activities planned in the following areas: Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Certified …

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Jan 21

Great Message from Cass County CTE Director

High School Career Planning…To What Degree? By Denise Jonas, Cass County CTE Director It always amazes how fast the cycle of a school year transpires. Although we are only at mid-year, teachers and principals have already reviewed curriculums, finalized course offerings, and begun planning for next year. Yes, it’s true, high school counselors will begin …

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Jan 18

Your First Day at a New Job

Walking into the workplace to start earning a salary is a major turning point in life, so on the first day of a new job you will probably experience many feelings: excitement, confidence, uncertainty, and stress. Now that you’ve landed the job, you’ll need to live up to your employer’s expectations!   1. Prepare and …

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Jan 14

Summer Jobs at Microsoft for 2016 Grads

Spend your summer with Microsoft.  The Student Experience program is a paid work experience program designed to provide recent high school graduates opportunities to work at Microsoft-Fargo during the summer. Positions are available in areas of: Accounting, Communications, Event Planning, Partner Services, IT, Marketing, MBS Operations, US Payroll, and Web Design. Stop by the Career …

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Jan 14

Summer Jobs and Internships in Medora

Summer Jobs with the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation in Medora.  Employees are scheduled between 37.5-40 hours a week, live in the dorms, and must be 18 years of age. www.Medora.com/employment Paid Internships:  Opportunities await in the areas of theater, equine sciences, hospitality, accounting, marketing, culinary, golf management, and more! Contact Shauna Morris at shaunam@medora.com about …

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Jan 14

NDSCS Auto and Diesel Exploration

Juniors and Seniors! You have an opportunity to get transportation to NDSCS in Wahpeton, ND, to investigate careers in the Auto and Diesel Industry.  Trip is EXPENSE FREE to all participants. To sign up/register, please go to the Career Center for additional information and details.       

Jan 14

The Perry Initiative

We are now seeking applicants for our Fargo, ND program to participate in hands-on workshops with the Perry Outreach Program on Saturday, March 12, 2016 at North Dakota State University in Fargo, ND.  Participants should be women in grades 10 and up with an expressed interest in science, medicine and/or engineering.  Additional information can be found at: https://www.ndsu.edu/coe/k_12_outreach/stem_k_12_fallspring_offerings/perry_initiative/ …

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Jan 11

Great Article about College Level Classes in High School

Registration for next year starts in just a few short weeks. Many students will consider dual credit and advanced placement courses. Here is a great article for students and parents thinking about rigorous classes: http://www.usnews.com/education/blogs/high-school-notes/2016/01/11/4-answers-for-parents-about-college-level-classes-in-high-school?src=usn_tw  

Jan 05

Free ACT Practice

Many of our seniors are signing up to retake the ACT in February. This Friday, January 8, is the last day to sign up without a late fee. Since this is a retake and you are now paying for the exam, YOU ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO PREPARE THIS TIME!  Below is a short video that walks …

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