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College & Career Events Weekly Newsletter Issue 26- 4/23/21

Watch LIVE WSU Spring Choral Concert

Friday, April 23, 7:30 PM

WSU’s Concert Choir, directed by Dean Luethi, and the WSU University Singers, directed by Angelica Dunsavage, will present selections dedicated to our community’s first responders and those we’ve lost in the pandemic. Special guests include Dr. Meredith Arksey, members of the WSU Symphony Orchestra, Pullman High School Choir, and the Tucson Girls Chorus.

This event will be live streamed on YouTube at WSUPullmanMusic at https://www.youtube.com/wsupullmanmusic

ZOOM with CBC at HAWKTIME

Connect with a representative of Columbia Basin College to ask questions and learn about programs offered.

ZOOM DATES:

Tuesday, April 27th

Wednesday, May 5th

Wednesday, May 12th

Wednesday, May 19th

Wednesday, May 26th

Meeting ID: 87129023409
Passcode: 416682

REPLAY: CAREER INTERVIEW

Check out this career interview with Kadlec Emergency Specialist, Dr. Tom Olsen, who shares his journey to becoming a doctor with CHS students during a session of My Future Wednesday.

Zoom video recording from My Future Wednesday, January 2021.

UPCOMING WEBINARS

ALL ABOUT CARS WEBINAR

Thursday, April 29 @ 4:30pm-5:30pm

Description: Participants will begin to consider their needs and wants for their first automobile. They will complete a self-assessment to identify factors that could affect their car choices and then prioritize their needs and wants. Attendees will learn about different ways to pay for a car and compare the costs of buying versus leasing. Participants will decide whether buying or leasing a car is the best option for them, and they will search for cars that meet their needs and budget.

Check out more upcoming webinars here:

CHIAWANA TESTING ASSISTANCE CENTER

Need to make up a test? A project? We are here to help!

We are pleased to offer this opportunity for all CHS students, particularly our Distance Learners. A safe individual opportunity to complete assignments and assessments.

TIME: 3-4pm, Monday - Friday

WHERE: Library Seminar Room

Teachers or students can contact within 24 hours of the appointment, Robb Wallace (rwallace@psd1.org) or Shelly Crump (scrump@psd1.org). Students must complete attestation form.

FREE MATH TUTORING

Team Battelle Math Tutoring

Saturday, April 24, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Battelle scientists and engineers hosts free math tutoring for students.

Zoom Information:

Meeting ID: 160 806 7476

Passcode: 894263

SEARCH CAREERS AND CAREER PATHS

CareerExploreNW.org is a community tool designed to guide people, through job spotlight videos and job/industry data information, toward a job or career as well as help regional employers create a talent pipeline. Under each industry cluster you will find a collection of videos that highlight different types of jobs that are available in the Spokane/N. Idaho region. You will also find other great information around what schooling is needed and average salaries.

Watch the videos below to learn about some careers that may be new to you-

HYDROLOGIST:

CROP ADVISOR:

ART DIRECTOR:

CareerExplore NW is a project of KSPS Public Television in partnership with the Spokane Workforce Council. May your journey begin!

SUMMER PLANS?

Check out this FREE GenCyber Virtual Camp

The GenCyber Virtual Camp is a FREE week-long camp that will take place fully online in July of 2021.

Choose either:

July 12th – 16th or July 19th – 23rd

Camp Description: Explores cybersecurity topics including hacking, social networking, privacy, cryptography, legal aspects, social implications, password management, digital forensics, computer networking, wireless security, ethical issues, social engineering, careers in cybersecurity, and the psychological aspects of cybersecurity and privacy behavior.

The camp is being hosted by UW Bothell in partnership with Columbia Basin College. The camp is sponsored by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the National Science Foundation (NSF).

Check out the video below:

Eligible participants will be entering grades 7th – 12th in the autumn of 2021.

Camp participants will be provided with a Raspberry Pi computing device, camp t-shirt, and instructional materials to help them with the various activities we’ll be doing during camp. These items are theirs to keep upon completion of the camp.

Career Guest Speaker:

LUNCH WITH LEADERS

Wednesday, April 28th, 1-1:30pm

Benson Porter

CEO BECU Credit Union

In more than 30 years in the financial services sector, I’ve been privileged to lead in amazing organizations that reflect my passion for driving impact. As a leader, I believe strongly that in a successful organization, culture matters. People matter. These values have been proven out as I’ve led companies through rapid growth and chaotic markets—like those during the 2008 financial crisis. It’s these principles that have enabled me to succeed.

JAWA Lunch With Leaders brings together Washington state leaders and K-12 students in a no-cost, virtual format to inspire students and prepare them for a stronger tomorrow! Leaders share their stories and discuss the skills and qualities necessary to succeed in their field and give advice on how to plan for a rewarding future.

Virtual Engineering Design EXPO

Program launches April 28-May 16.

As a supporter of STEM education, we would like to encourage you to invite students you know to experience the many ways STEM can make a difference and solve real-world problems at University of Idaho.

Students can enter to win scholarships and prizes!

Financial Aid Workshops

College Bound Focused Statewide Financial Aid Completion Event:

April 28, 5:30 - 7:30 pm

UPCOMING VIRTUAL COLLEGE FAIRS

Southeastern US College Fair, May 2, 10:00 pm - 4:00 pm PDT (Pacific Time)
601 Colleges Attending
The Benefits of Service- In addition to camaraderie and meaningful work, the Military offers access to affordable health care, paid vacation, retirement plans and other benefits that often surpass those offered by civilian employers.

Branches of Military:

When it comes to learning about how to join the Military, knowing where to start may seem like a difficult task, but it doesn’t have to be. Start your research here, with some of the essential first steps to considering service, including eligibility requirements, testing, boot camp and officer training.

Have a college or career related event to share with students? Email a CHS Student Services Specialist below to be featured in the next newsletter:

Mike Brown, College & Career Guidance Specialist, mbrown@psd1.org

Ana Tuiaea-Ruud, Career & Technical Education (CTE) Community Engagement Manager, aruud@psd1.org

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