CAREER CENTER

 

Are you looking for a quiet space to look at colleges, apprenticeships, internships or possible job openings?

Do you need to brush up on your resume, cover letter or thank you letters?

Mary Hartman

868-7311 (ext. 246)
Email: mhartman@fnwsu.org

Located in F7

If you have questions or would like to make an appointment please contact Mrs. Mary Hartman. 
 

THE CAREER CLOSET

There are clothes available to anyone who would

like to come and browse. Take what you need for opportunities such as interviews, career fairs, etc. 

  

868-7311 (ext. 271)
Email: rbarwin@fnwsu.org

Richard Barwin

Work-based Learning Coordinator

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

EVENTS ~ ACTIVITIES ~ OPPORTUNITIES

Franklin Region Career & Expo

Thursday, March 26, 2020 

Public admission: 12:30 - 3:00 pm  FREE

Located at St. Albans City Hall 

Access to 40 local businesses looking to hire! 

Businesses from many industries may be represented: 

*Manufacturing * Healthcare * Automotive * Sales * Branches of the Military * Human Services * Retail * State and Federal Governments* 

Come and spend some time learning about all of the amazing 

career opportunities in our region. 

www.FranklinRegionJobExpo.com 

MEDQUEST 2020

Northern Vermont University - Johnson

June 21, 2020 - June 26, 2020

Applications due:  March 11 2020 11:59 PM (EDT)

MedQuest Health Careers Exploration Program is a residential program for Vermont high school students interested in careers in medicine and health science.

MedQuest participants will:

  • Explore the variety of careers in health care

  • Gain exposure to professional work environments

  • Build skills and resources for health career pathways

  • Experience residential life on a college campus 

You should apply if:

  • You are interested in a career in health care

  • You are concerned about your community and today's health issues

  • You enjoy problem-solving, relating to people, and using technology

  • You are interested in resources for furthering your education

Cost:

The total cost for this 6-day, 5-night program is $750, all inclusive.

Financial assistance is available to qualifying students. See the Financial Assistance section of the application for more information.

If you have any questions about filling out this application, you can email them to MedQuest@nvtahec.org or call toll free (877) 215-3921.

Vermont MedQuest is a program of the Northern Vermont Area Health Education Center (AHEC) in St. Johnsbury and the Southern Vermont AHEC in Springfield

nvtahec.org     svtahec.org

Governor's Institute of Vermont

WHAT IS GIV?

The Governor’s Institutes of Vermont provides prestigious, fun, accelerated learning residencies on college campuses for highly-motivated young Vermonters.

Each Institute is unique, built around a single focus area.  But they all share certain similarities: they’re all residential, so you live on a college campus and have access to all the resources the college provides, from state-of-the-art labs to studios; they’re all hands-on intense bursts of learning and fun, where you and your new friends who share your interests explore topics in-depth with leading professionals in the field; and they’re a chance to try something new, make lasting memories with new friends, and learn more than you can imagine!

There are Institutes in the following areas:  Arts, Astronomy, Engineering, Entrepreneurship, Environmental Science & Technology, Global Issues & Youth Action, Health & Medicine, Mathematical Sciences, and Technology, Design & Coding

Application deadline is March 29 (school contact is Mr. Chris Blackburn cblackburn@mvscschools.org

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National Summer Transportation Institute 

Audience: Middle School, High School and Career Technical Education Educators and Administrators


The National Summer Transportation Institute (NSTI) is a free summer camp on a Vermont Technical College Campus for high school and middle school students. This amazing program provides students with a hands-on exploration of future careers in transportation through awareness of the complex transportation system we’ve come to rely on. Interactive labs, field trips and guest speakers will engage the students as they drive a big rig in the CDL simulator, visit mass transit systems, and learn how bridges are designed and created. Exploring energy, the environment and eco-friendly transportation systems gives focus to how Math, Science and English all relate to transportation careers. The NSTI is sponsored by the Vermont Agency of Transportation and funded through a grant from the Federal Highway Administration.


Contact: And Morse at and.morse@vermont.gov

2016 Missisquoi Valley Middle & High School

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