Opportunities for Students

  •  This page lists academic and enrichment opportunities for students that occur during the school year.

     

    AquaTech Pool Management is hiring for the summer! Click here for the application.

     

     

    The Union County Job Fair on March 24 has been cancelled.

     

    Builders Bridge Summer Internship: 

    • 8-week summer internship, June 15 - August 7, in a homebuilding skilled trade
    • Applicants must be 16+ years old
    • Pay ranges from $10-15/hour
    • Interns will work approximately 30-40+ hours per week (most companies will offer overtime)
    • Hands-on experience and training in many of the homebuilding skilled trades: electrical, plumbing, masonry, heavy machinery, framing, landscaping, etc.
    • Check out this video http://vimeo.com/362107281 (or share it with your students) for a look at last year's Builders Bridge Summer Internship and to hear from previous interns.
    • For more information about the Builders Bridge Summer Internship visit: www.buildersbridge.com/
    Builders Bridge Summer 2020 Internship application:  https://BuildersBridge.formstack.com/forms/internship_application
    • This can also be found at www.buildersbridge.com/internship (Update is being made to the website now, so might need to give it a day.)
    • We are accepting applications and scheduling interviews starting now.
    • Deadline is Thursday April 30
    • This can also be found at www.buildersbridge.com/internship (Update is being made to the website now, so might need to give it a day.)
    • All prospective interns will need at least one completed recommendation form
    • Must be completed by a teacher, professor, employer, career development coordinator or educator administrator.
    • We are accepting recommendations starting now.
    • Deadline is Thursday April 30
     In-person interviews
    • Please contact Mrs. Corbett regarding the in-person interviews
    • Deadline is Friday May 22
     
    Wake Forest University Summer Immersion Program: This is an immersive, week-long experience for rising high school sophomores, juniors, seniors, and incoming college freshmen designed to provide an introduction to college life and the opportunity to explore a potential career pathway or field of study. Students choose from 19 specialized institutes and learn from industry professionals and Wake Forest faculty. 
    • Animation
    • Biosciences and Engineering
    • Business
    • Debate and Public Advocacy
    • Documentary Film
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Finance and Investing
    • Health and Exercise Science
    • Heath and Wellbeing
    • Neuroscience
    • Law
    • Leadership
    • Medicine
    • Policy and Politics
    • Psychology
    • Sports Marketing
    • Sports Medicine
    • Technology
    • Virtual Reality

    Click here to apply for the immersion program. The application requires a recommendation from a teacher, counselor, or principal, and the completion of two short essays. Applications are open and reviewed on a rolling admissions basis.