The Daily Bulletin
Date: Tuesday, May 30, 2017
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 2017!!
Viking Store End of School Hours
May 30 to June 2: 7:30 am to 8:00 am ONLY - finals week
Please feel free to order early if you need anything. You cal also leave a message on the store phone at 412-208-3498.
IUP Cyber Security Summer Camps
IUP is offering two free one-week cyber security summer camps (June 12-16 and June 27-July 3) at the IUP main campus. Instruction and mentorship from IUP faculty and other security experts will be provided and students can gain valuable knowledge and skills to prepare you so you can pursue this growing career field. Details of camps can be found on the IUP GenCyber Web at www.iup.edu/iupgencyber.
Part Time Help Needed
Pennsylvania Macaroni's food service distribution facility in Greentree, PA is looking for part time help to work in their warehouse, as well as general cleaning and order processing. Mustbe able to lift up to 60 pounds. Anyone interested can send their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2017-2018 Newspaper Editor
The Viking Newspaper is taking applications for the 2017-2018 editor-in-chief position. You must have previously written for the newspaper to be eligible. Please see Ms. Budacki in room 409 for more information.
The Great American Eclipse
A total solar eclipse will occur across a large portion of the United States on Monday August 21. This will be the first TOTAL solar eclipse to occur over the United States in over 35 years! In Pittsburgh we will see approximately 80 percent of the Sun's light blocked around 2:30 pm. To view the entire eclipse, you would need to travel further South towards Nashville, TN. Don't miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity!
Learn & Earn Summer Job Program
If you are looking for an opportunity to earn money, gain valuable work experience and develop soft skills to become college and career ready, consider the Learn & Earn summer job program. Students at all grade levels are eligible as long as they are a resident of Allegheny County and/or the City of Pittsburgh. For more information and application materials, visit www.partner4work.org/learnandearn.
STEM Savvy Conference
LaRoche College is hosting a STEM Savvy Conference on May 13 from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm. the event is open to all high school students. The cost is $5.00 per attendee and includes a light breakfast, lunch and a t-shirt. Students that attend are not required to bring a parent/adult. STEM Savvy is a one-day Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) career conference designed to develop the interest of students in STEM fields and provide information to their parents and educational professionals on STEM educational opportunities. For more details and registration please go to www.laroche.edu/STEMSavvy.
CMU APEA Summer Program
The APEA (Advanced Placement Early Admission) summer program at Carnegie Mellon is now accepting summer enrollment for current sophomores and juniors. The program will run from July 1 through August 11. As part of your acceptance into the program, students will receive a scholarship covering tuition for two college classes, housing, food and student activities for six weeks. Special consideration is given to students with financial need but also those interested in social justice and change within their communities. If interested, visit admission.enrollment.cmu.edu/pages/pre-college-apea.
The GS Vacation is a summer retreat option open to all students who are interested in exploring and depening their faith. Students will have the opportunity to grow spiritually, physically, and mentally during a 5-day retreat in upper Michigan. Please sign up at the Campus Ministry office or see Mr. Justin O'Connor with any questions.
CUA Summer Business Institute
The Summer Business Institute at the Catholic University of America is offering a 6-day educational experience (June 18-23) in business innovation, leadership, and ethics. The week will take place in Washington DC and feature presentations and workshops run by the top men and women in their respective fields. This program is open to rising juniors and seniors. Learn more at business.cua.edu/summer-institute.
Applications for Camp College West Now Open
Campus College is a FREE intensive three-day/two-night workshop designed for rising high school seniors and juniors. Working in small groups with faculty mentors, participants will learn about all aspects of the college search and application process, experience life in the residence halls, learn about financial aid, standardized test exams and have a lot of fun! At the end of Camp College, we expect the students will be equipped with the tools to navigate the college application process. Camp College will be hosted at Allegheny College from July 18 to July 20. Please see your counselor for more details.
Forensic Science and Law Summer Program at Duquesne University
Are you interested in forensic science, crime scene investigation or any similar fields of study? Duquesne University's Foresnic Science and Law professional fraternity is hosting a 4-day workshop from July 10-July 13. See your counselor for more information.
Central Catholic Kennywood Picnic
Central Catholic's school picnic at Kennywood Park is Tuesday June 13. Tickets can be purchased at the bookstore for $26.00 each. If you purchase the tickets, but cannot use the tickets for for the school picnic, you can use them without any additional charge on the following dates:
June 1 through 30
Mondays through Fridays in July as well as Saturday July 1 and Sunday July 2
Mondays through Fridays in August until August 22
September 2, 3, 4, 9, 10 and 16
The Writing Studio
Almost Authors (summer writing workshops) is a 5-day creative writing camp for students up through grade 12. Students write fiction, poetry and nonfiction in a supportive and relaxed atmosphere. Workshops are held at the Kentucky Avenue School in Shadyside. The Cost is $150 for the week. Visit www.writingstudiopgh.com for more information.
STEM Summer Academies
Saint Francis University is sponsoring 7 different STEM summer academies running various weeks in the summer (June 25-July 21). These programs are reserved for current sophomores and juniors that are interested in pursuing a career in engineering, the sciences, mathematics, or technology. Application materials are due by April 26 and can be found online at www.francis.edu/stem-summer-academies or in the counseling office. Please see your counselor with any questions.
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