Monthly Archives: February 2016

Camp Neuro: Omaha 2016

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Scholarship and standard applications are now open for Camp Neuro Omaha 2016! Camp Neuro, run by local medical students in 29 cities nationwide, is a 1-week summer day camp open to high school students interested in exploring careers in medicine. Students may learn more and apply by visiting http://www.campneuro.org. In addition, you may download a PDF flyer by clicking here.

Capital City Kiwanis Club: Scholarship Reminder

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The Capital City Kiwanis Club reminds students that the due date for their scholarship is March 15th and have only received two applications as of the end of February. They would like to have two applications from each of the 16 eligible schools. Below are some suggestions provided by the Capital City Kiwanis Club for potential scholarship applicants: They are… Read more »

LSW Parent Advisory Council Scholarships

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The LSW Parent Advisory Council will be awarding (4) $400 scholarships to students who are graduating in 2016 and plan to attend an accredited one-year in-state certificated program or a two to four year college or university. Applicants must write a 600 word or less essay that addresses a “Meaningful School or Community Activity” they have experienced while a student at… Read more »

I’m First: Scholarships & Financial Aid Programs

Opportunity Knocks features programs and opportunities for first-generation college students on our College Partner campuses. This edition focuses on: Scholarships & Financial Aid Programs Visit ImFirst.org to join our community and discover your college opportunity! Boston University Boston, MA National Hispanic Recognition Program  The National Hispanic Recognition Program offers academic recognition to Hispanic students who have received high achieving scores on… Read more »

Nebraska Action Coalition-Future of Nursing

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Victoria Vinton, Director of the Nebraska Action Coalition-Future of Nursing (NAC) —  http://neactioncoalition.org/diversity-toolkit-intro/ — explains that this organization’s mission is to transform healthcare through nursing partnering with Nebraska leaders (an initiative of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and AARP). Nebraska faces a looming nursing shortage and the nurses caring for Nebraskans do not match the diverse population we care for. The NAC has… Read more »

Nebraska Methodist College’s Summer 2016 Healthcare Career Camp

The 3rd annual Healthcare Career Camp will be held at Nebraska Methodist College (NMC). This year, we are excited to offer two camp options! We will continue to offer our experience camp, which includes overnight stay in our on-campus apartments, as well as a day-only camp. The camp offers students the chance for hands-on experiences in all of our degree… Read more »

Oxbow Animal Health’s Vet Camp Assistant

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Oxbow Animal Health is a growing manufacturer and global distributor of premium nutritional foods and supplements for small animals. We are currently seeking individuals to assist in our summer educational Youth Veterinarian Camps as a Camp Assistant. Assistants will be responsible for supporting camp counselors and the Camp Director in all aspects of the week-long camps and will have direct… Read more »

Foundation for LPS Scholarships

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Seniors are reminded that when applying for the Foundation of LPS Scholarships, acceptable forms of financial information (listed in order of preference) include the following: 1. FAFSA Student Aid Report (can be based on estimated tax returns or filed tax returns) 2. Free and Reduced Lunch Data (would need documentation) 3. EducationQuest Estimator EducationQuest can help parent fill-out the FAFSA… Read more »

Shadow Day at TCA

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For students starting to think about next steps beyond high school, maybe looking at The Career Academy is an option. By test driving a career/college pathway at TCA while still in high school, He/she can start earning credits, save money, and could find a great fit!Invitation to a Shadow Day at TCA Student are invited to attend a regular session… Read more »

YMCA Summer Jobs

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The YMCA has several summer job opportunities for high school students. Over 40 JOB OPENINGS are available at ALL Lincoln Locations!• Summer Child Care Child Watch Lifeguards & Swim Lesson Instructors Custodial Staff Youth Sports Officials NOW HIRING The Lincoln YMCAs Offer: Free Memberships for qualified staff: Flexible work schedules, FREE Y gear, Fun & supportive work environment. For more… Read more »