The new school year has begun, and we are excited about what the next ten months will bring for our students. College and Career Pathways has a lot of new and exciting programming in store, and we look forward to collaborating with our myriad community partners! If you would like to volunteer, or learn about ways that your organization can partner with us to provide a unique career exploration opportunity for our students, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to Our 2013 College Freshman Class!!
College and Career Pathways would like to take a moment to congratulate our graduating class of 2013 as they begin the new school year as college freshmen! One hundred percent of our 2013 seniors graduated on time and will be moving on to a postsecondary program during the 2013-14 school year at the institutions below:
College and Career Pathways Students Visit the FBI, NASA, and a Clark Construction Job Site to Learn About a Variety of Career Fields
During the second semester of the 2012-2013 school year, CCP students participated in a number of Career Connections job shadowing experiences that gave them exposure to a wide variety of career fields and industries. First, the students visited the FBI’s Baltimore Field Office, where they learned about the vast array of roles that agency employees play within the organization, and spoke to both field agents and administrative staff. A number of the students left the field trip with a strong desire to obtain a position with the bureau after graduation.
The students then visited the NASA to learn about careers in engineering, aeronautics, and space exploration. The students spoke with several engineers and administrative staff, and had the opportunity to tour the grounds at NASA Goddard and view the agency staff hard at work on the James Webb Space Telescope.
Lastly, CCP took a group of students in grades 9-12 on our annual visit to Clark Construction’s job site of the future Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture. The students were able to see the progress the construction crew had made at the site in the last year, and learned new information about the many different professions involved in the construction process; including architects, engineers, construction and project managers, and financial analysts.
We are truly grateful to all of our community partners at each of these organizations who made these trips possible. This school year, we hope to significantly increase the number of career-related field trips that we offer our students, so that they have the opportunity to learn about an even wider array of career fields. If you are interested in hosting a Career Connections job shadowing experience, or if you are open to speaking to our students at the CCP program site about your field, please contact us at email@example.com.
Johnson and Wales University is the largest food service educator
in the world, and is ranked in the top three hospitality colleges in
the US. The university has four campuses in Providence, RI; Miami, FL; Denver, CO; and Charlotte, NC. Students can major in business, culinary arts, criminal justice, education, technology, hospitality, and even equine studies. The university is unique in that it operates three hotels where students
that are studying hotel and lodging management, food services management
and culinary arts get their practicum experience. At the North Miami campus
the culinary arts students are paired with a local elementary school to teach
students about food preparation, nutrition and etiquette. Some of the
universities graduates of note include Emeril Lagasse, Chef Rock, Tyler Florence
and Sam Talbot.
Over 40 undergraduate majors in arts and sciences, business, culinary arts, hospitality, technology, and education
Over 17,000 undergraduate and graduate students from over 100 countries
The Wendy’s High School Heisman Program recognizes outstanding student athletes from high schools all over the country, particularly those who excel in a wide range of sports, school, and community activities. To apply, students must have maintained at least a B average, participated in at least one sport in high school, be a leader in your community and role model at your school, and have met the organization’s student eligibility requirements.
Scholarship Awards: Multiple awards ranging from $2,000-10,000
Deadline: October 2
Eligibility: Students must have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA
Current college students are not eligible to apply.