CAREER EXPLORING, CAREER CONFERENCES
Parent Night at the Career Center (Open House)
September 12, 2019 @ 6:30-8:30
Come visit for the latest information and assistance on college and career preparation
Freshman Orientation Night
Senior Parent Night
Students attend hands-on seminars directed by professionals in the career area being explored. Local colleges, businesses, and police, fire and ambulance agencies are among those that participate in the Explorer program.To Learn More About these programs
Select the links below
The following link lists all possible career exploring dates and organizations
To make a reservation to attend the informational meetings, please contact:
See Mr. Lanning in the Career Center for permission slips
ACE MENTOR PROGRAM OVERVIEW
(Engineering, Construction, Carpentry)
ACE MENTOR PROGRAM OVERVIEW
am contacting you in regard to the ACE Mentor Program of Rochester, which mentors High School students interested in pursuing the fields of Architecture, Construction, and Engineering. We begin accepting applications in August, and the program itself begins just a few weeks after the start of classes in the fall. While we will reach out again at that time, we know the start of the new school year can be very hectic. If you know of any students that might be interested in or benefit from the program, please pass along our information.
The program invites students into the offices of local A/E businesses, where they are given presentations by professionals in these fields. Students design and construct playhouses that are later sold at the Home and Garden Show, and go on to design a 1,500 square foot residence. The program emphasizes collaboration, and teaches valuable leadership and presentation skills. Last year, $15,000 in scholarships were awarded.
Come August, students can apply online at www.acementor.org for the 2019-20 program. In the meantime, students, parents, and educators can visit our Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/ACEMentorRoch , to see photos and updates from this past year, and our website, http://acementor.org/index.php/affiliates/new-york/rochester/about-us/ . Our most recent syllabus is also attached.
If you or any students have additional questions, feel free to reach out to RochesterNY@acementor.org.
Direct: 585-295-6692 | firstname.lastname@example.org
LABELLA ASSOCIATES, D.P.C.
300 State Street, Rochester, NY 14614
U of R Pre-Medical Conference
MEDICAL CAREER WORKSHOPS
University of Rochester Medical Center
Strong Memorial Hospital
Office of Nursing Recruitment
Nursing Career Awareness for
High School Students
Time: 08:00 AM – 11:00 AM
November 12, 2018 Room 1-9525
December 05, 2018 Room 1-9525
January 03, 2019 Room: TBA
February 12, 2019 Room: TBA
March 05, 2019 Room: TBA
- - Learn about the Career of Nursing
- - Guest Panel of Nurses from different areas
- - Take a tour of In-patient Units
Please contact Regina Robinson at Email address:
Regina_Robinson@urmc.rochester.edu (585) 275-5579
Student paperwork must be completed in its entirety to be considered for placement in workshop.
Fax forms to: (585) 756-5882, Attn: Regina Robinson
Grades: (must be 16 years old)
Nurse Recruitment and Marketing
601 Elmwood Avenue, Box 619-19
Rochester, NY 14642
MCC's Applied Technology Center
Fall Open House & Networking Event for our HVAC & Solar Technologies Programs. If you could please pass on the attached information to any who would like to attend. Students may also RSVP through the link below.
RIT Society of Women Engineers Overnight
Thursday, February 8th (1:00) through Friday February 9th (4:00)
Open to HS female Juniors($135) Scholarships AvailableRegistration begins November 1st
Contact Kaleigh Sweeney @ email@example.com or 475-6871 for questions
Women in Engineering and Women in Computing Open House!
Please accept our invitation and pass along the word to attend our third annual WE@RIT Engineering Open House, being held this year on Saturday, November 2, 2019
9am – 1pm at RIT’s Kate Gleason College of Engineering in James Gleason Hall.
Departments will provide hand-outs for further exploration at home or in the classroom. What do engineering and computing professionals do? What do they look like? What opportunities are available to them? How does engineering and computing impact society? How can parents and K12 educators tie engineering and computing back into the home or classroom? Come find out! Free and open to all with no need to register, we invite you to this fun and interactive smorgasbord of engineering and computing led entirely by female engineering and computing students! The event begins in Gleason Hall, Building 9, north entrance closest to Unity Quad.
Career and College Readiness Night
TBD 6:00-8:00 pm
Learn about career pathways in Culinary, Hospitality, IT, Skilled Trades, Advanced Manufacturing, Healthcare, 2 and 4 year colleges
Careers in Cosmetology
Shear Ego School
525 Titus Ave, Irondequoit Plaza
Careers in Zoology
The Seneca Park Zoo is offering high school students a chance to take part in zoo education and conservation opportunities. There are a limited number of openings and an application must be completed. Applications for the Zoology program are available in the Career Center.
MCC High Tech Expo
TBD @ MCC from 7-9 pm
Register at www.monroecc.edu/go/hightechexpo or call 292-3725
Massage Therapy Open House www.ostm.edu
TBD 6-8 PM 302 North Goodman St. RSVP @ 241-0070
Think About Teaching Conference March 2020
@Roberts Wesleyan College
Pick up an application in the Career Center
GEVA Theatre Career Day March 2020
Youth Workforce Innovations Conference April 2020
Careers in Sports Day at Frontier Field April 2020
2019 Nursing High School Summer Program
Over the years, thousands of local high school students have participated in our program for a variety of reasons: Because they want to help those less fortunate; because they’re interested in the field of healthcare; or to fulfill community service requirements at their school.
Our summer 2020 program will run for 8 weeks beginning Monday, July 10, and end Saturday, September 2. Students will have a chance to learn about available placement opportunities at a mandatory group information session, scheduled in May or early June.
Very Important Information about Phone Registration!
We will begin accepting calls for summer placement appointments beginning at 8:30 a.m. Monday, April 25, 2017. To schedule an appointment, phone our office at (585) 275-2420. Please do not visit or email us. Due to the popularity of this program, we have a limited numbers of openings available and they fill very quickly, so please be prepared to call more than once before you get through. Calls for appointments are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis.
We understand some of you would prefer to use email but, unfortunately, we only have the resources to manage the volume of interested students by phone. We are aware that trying to get through can be frustrating - we ask for your patience and perseverance - and keep trying! Only 2 appointments per call, please.
Assistant Director, Friends of Strong
University of Rochester, Strong Memorial Hospital
Rochester, NY 14642
Friends of Highland Summer Volunteer Program
A few details about our program:
- 8-10 week summer program
- Commitment is one 4 hour shift per week
- Students must be 15 years old and be able to work independently with minimal supervision
- NYS Health requirements need to be met and must present a valid work permit
Please call 341-6759 beginning Monday, April 20, 2020 to set up an interview and visit our website at: https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/highland/about-us/friends-of-highland/volunteer-commitment.aspx
Unity Health Volunteer Program
Friends of Highland Volunteer Program
Seeking afternoon high school volunteers to serve as Ambassadors in our main lobby!
- - High school students 15 or older
- - Able to commit to one day per week (Mon-Fri) for a two hour shift between the hours of 1pm and 5pm
- - Must be able to work independently after being trained
For more information please call:
Friends of Highland at 341-6759.
SUNY Upstate Medical University is hosting two Career Awareness Days in April to give high school students (sophomore through seniors) and college students considering these careers an opportunity to learn more about them. We ask you to please pass along information about these events to your science faculty as well as your students who you feel would be a good fit and interested in these fields. The attached posters have information about the events and registration information. There is no fee for students to attend. Space is limited. Deadlines to be considered are on the posters.
ImagineRIT - The Imagine RIT: Innovation and Creativity Festival is on May 7. Hundreds of examples of RIT student, faculty and staff innovation and creativity will be on display. Check out cutting-edge technology, groundbreaking research and world-class artistry. Plus, enjoy interactive exhibits, demonstrations and live performances. It’s all free and open to the public, rain or shine. For more information on this day visit http://www.rit.edu/imagine/Exploring Social Entrepreneurship - A social entrepreneur is someone who creates a business with the goal of making money and doing good. Social entrepreneurs launch real businesses or ventures that solve an economic or social issue in almost any area. This program incudes building personal passion and skills for business, developing your social entrepreneurial mindset and running a real coffee shop venture. For additional information click here.
Aerospace, Air Force or Military - For students interested in aerospace, and/or the Air Force/Military, the Civil Air Patrol, or “CAP” for short, and the Explorer program offer an exciting opportunity for students to learn more about this career area. CAP is the official Auxiliary of the United States Air Force. We teach aerospace science, serve as the United States’ primary inland search and rescue agency for missing aircraft, and offer a multi-year co-ed leadership development program for students ages 12-18 that will benefit you regardless of the career you eventually pursue. This Cadet Program offers leadership training and experience, local/state/regional/national and international activities, scholarship opportunities, free orientation flights, and even opportunities for some to pursue a pilot’s license at reduced costs. And there’s no military commitment for being a CAP cadet! For more details click here.Game Plan - Do you have a child entering 9th or 10th grade in the fall? If so, A summer program designed for high school students is available to help them be more prepared for life after high school. Students that complete the program will...• have a better understanding of their personal skills and how these skills can be applied to post-high school choices.• be better able to link educational choices and career options.For further information, click hereRochester Works: Youth Week - Rochester Works! For Youth! is offering three days of career related opportunities for youth over February Break. Wednesday is dedicated to interviewing, Thursday is learning about health care careers and Friday is a youth job fair. For the details on the days and times click here. For information on the health care presenters click here.
For more information, see Mr. Lanning in the Career Center