Bryan LGH’s Health Career Camp

Explore the health care field, activities, and job shadowing. A total of 25 students will be accepted per camp. See Ms. Burk in the counseling center for applications. The camps will be held July 8-12 and July 22-26 with the cost $350 per camp and 10 scholarships will be available. The deadline is May 1st.

Time Warner Cable Student Journalism Internship

Digital Scout is launching a new intern program this Spring called TeamHSGC. This program is designed to introduce high school and college students to the world of sports media. The internship is associated with Time Warner Cable.

​Digital Scout is the largest high school sports stat tracking company in the country.  Our stat tracking apps are used in over 11,000 high schools across the US and over 900 colleges as well.  Stats collected through our apps are posted live to our high school sports web portal,  www.hsgamecenter.com.

​Digital Scout is looking for TeamHSGC members that would like to get involved with their local high school teams by going to games and taking video, writing game recaps, statkeeping and even play-by-play broadcasting. Interns will be introduced to all facets of sports journalism, including web, television, radio, video, writing, social media and much more.

TeamHSGC already partners with local media organizations in many different cities across the US.  These partnerships give students the chance to work with area professionals in the sports journalism industry while having their hard work featured on a nationally-viewed website.

For more info, please contact Shane Kline at skline@digitalschoolnetwork.com.

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Scholarship

Click here to view the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Scholarship, which is available to LPS high school seniors planning on enrolling in a 4-year institution of higher learning. Students must provide proof of enrollment in an institution of higher learning before the scholarship is awarded. The completed application must be postmarked by Monday, April 8th. For additional info, please contact Kee-Sha Adams-Parks at ke.parks@yahoo.com.

AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps

For seniors, considering an alternative to beginning college immediately after high school, one option is the  AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC). The program, which is part of the Corporation for National and Community Service, offers a full-time, 10-month, team based service program full of unique experiences, benefits, and the opportunity to impact the lives of others. Below are some features highlighting the AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps Program.

  • A Segal AmeriCorps Education Award of $5,550 to help pay for college
  • Room, board, healthcare, clothing, and equipment
  • A living allowance of about $4,000
  • Valuable skills to enhance their resume — such as leadership and team building
  • CPR, first aid, and disaster response training
  • A robust alumni network to assist with school and job searches
  • The opportunity to travel the country doing a variety of service projects
  • The chance to focus on disaster response and recovery working with FEMA*, the American Red Cross and other local agencies
  • The satisfaction of helping others

Applications are accepted year-round on a rolling basis; and members are selected based on intrinsic qualities like commitment, energy, and flexibility. For additional information, visit http://www.americorps.gov/.