Welcome to the College & Career Center!!!

Mrs. Janet Malherek, College and Career Advisor, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

*Support during Covid-19: 

Greetings!  During this time we are out of school, I will be providing support and updates as I receive them about things pertaining to the Career Center.  Below are some updates that I have received so far.  I will continue to provide updated information on this page and through emails on Synergy.  If you should have any questions that I may be able to assist you with, please feel free to contact me, Janet Malherek - College & Career Advisor, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Until we return to school, my "office" hours to communicate through Synergy or email will be from 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday.  I know this is an extremely confusing, challenging and stressful time for students and their families and I plan to do everything I can to assist all of you through this.  I will continue to update the list below as I receive updated information. 

Please take care and stay healthy!!!

Janet Malherek 

 

*UPDATES:

*COLLEGE INFORMATION

            Many colleges are relaxing their admission requirements such as no application fees, accepting unofficial transcripts, and extending application deadlines.  Make sure to check with individual college websites for these changes. If you need an official transcript, please follow the new procedure that can be found below and on the Career Center page of the SCHS website.  PLEASE NOTE:  If you can send an unofficial transcript, you can access your unofficial transcript on your Student Vue Account under the “DOCUMENTS” tab.

*COLLEGE BOARD – SAT, AP Testing, and General Updates

The College Board website contains Free Resources to assist students with preparing for the SAT Test, finding information about colleges, comparing colleges, a career finder tool, and much more.        

General College Board Updates and SAT Information - https://pages.collegeboard.org/collegeboard-covid-19-updates 

AP Testing and AP Instructional Supports – https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/about-ap/news-changes/coronavirus-update   (This includes LIVE AP Classes on YouTube!!!)

*ACT UPDATES

The ACT website has many FREE resources available to assist students and the community during this time.  Resources include LIVE ONLINE ACT TEST PREP, ACT Academy, College Research Worksheet, Assistance with ACT Registration, Stress Management Video Series, and more!!!  Please visit the ACT website at:   

https://www.act.org/content/act/en/covid19.html     

           4/20/2020 - Additional information from ACT

              ACT - April 2020 Press Release - Flexible Scheduling and Remote Proctoring - ACT to Offer Students Summer ACT Test Date Options and ACT Test Online at Home                  

               FREE ACT Resources - Information about ACT Test Dates, Rescheduling, and FREE Resources to Study for the ACT.  

 

*Sending SAT and/or ACT Scores

If you need to send your SAT/ACT Scores to schools, you will need to look on the school's website to find out if the scores have to be sent to them directly from the College Board (SAT) and/or ACT websites or if they will allow you to send the scores to them yourself.

If they need a copy sent directly from the College Board and/or ACT websites, you will need to log into your College Board and/or ACT account and find the link that says to send scores.  It usually costs about $12 to send the scores to each of the schools. 

If they will allow YOU to send a copy of the scores, you will need to log onto your College Board and/or ACT account, click on the link to see your scores, download a PDF of your scores, then save the PDF to your computer.  You can then either print out the scores and mail them or email the scores directly to them.

 

*Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC)

Important Update for the Guaranteed Access Grant Program and the Maryland Community College Promise Scholarship 

         *The Office of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA) within the Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC), would like to inform you that due to the extended closure of all Maryland schools, the deadline date for the 2020-2021 Guaranteed Access (GAG) Grant program has been extended to June 1, 2020.

MHEC is in the process of notifying all potentially eligible GA Grant recipients that the deadline has been extended. The new deadline of June 1, 2020, will also be updated on our website and on the applicants’ To-Do List in the Maryland College Aid Processing System (MDCAPS) in the coming days.

Effective immediately, MHEC will accept documentation for the GA Grant program by email or mail. All required documentation must be submitted by June 1, 2020:

                        By Email:  

                                                   Or

                        By Mail:   Maryland Higher Education Commission

                                         Ground Floor Suite

                                         Office of Student Financial Assistance

                                         6 N. Liberty Street, Ground Suite

                                         Baltimore, MD  21201

Finally, please note the deadline for students to submit documentation for the Maryland Community College Promise Scholarship program will remain June 15, 2020.

For more information, pertaining to the GA Grant, Maryland Community College Promise Scholarship Program, and other state scholarships and grants available to Maryland students, please visit www.mhec.maryland.gov and click on State Scholarships and Grants under Quick Links.

*A NOTE about UNOFFICIAL AND OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS  

          Many schools/organizations/scholarships are being extremely flexible during this time that we are dealing with Covid-19, and will most likely accept an UNOFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT.  Contact the school or organization who is requesting a transcript and check if they will accept an unofficial one.  You can access your UNOFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT on your Student Vue Account under the documents tab.  Once you are on the documents tab, you can click on your transcript and either print it or save it to your computer so you can email it.  Students should attach a note indicating that you are not able to get an official transcript at this time because schools are closed due to Covid-19 and provide their counselor’s name and email address.  (If you MUST have an official transcript, please follow the directions below under OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT REQUESTS.)

 

*OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT REQUESTS

If you are in need of an OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT, please complete the CCPS Transcript Request form that is available at:  www.ccboe.com/schools/stcharles/images/careercenter/Records_Release_Form.pdf 

Once you print out the form, please follow the steps below to submit your request:

          1.  Complete the form and take a picture of your completed form in jpeg format.

          2.  Email a picture of your completed form to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. who will process it at central office. 

          3.  ALL requests for OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS will be processed at central office until we return to normal operation. 

          4.  PLEASE REMEMBER - Many schools/organizations/scholarships are being extremely flexible during this time that we are dealing with Covid-19, and will most likely accept an UNOFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT.  You can access your UNOFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT on your Student Vue Account under the documents tab.  Once you are on the documents tab, you can click on your transcript and either print it or save it to your computer so you can email it. 

 

*Letters of Recommendation

If you are in need of any Letters of Recommendation, please email your teachers to see if they are able to send you one.  Please provide the teacher/counselor/recommender with your resume to help them write your letter of recommendation.  Also, please let the recommender know the date you will need to have the letter of recommendation in order to meet the deadline. 

 

*College of Southern Maryland (CSM) VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE - WEDNESDAY, MAY 13 at 5:00 PM

CSM will be holding a VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE on Wednesday May 13 at 5:00 PM.  This event is ideal for any seniors who are interested in attending CSM after they graduate!!!  Students who are interested in taking part in the CSM VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE will need to need to RSVP at the following link:    

https://www.csmd.edu/apply-register/credit/campus-open-house-tours/?utm_source=csmd&utm_medium=homeslider&utm_campaign=homeslider

 

*College of Southern Maryland – UPDATE - REVISED PLACEMENT PROCEDURES FOR UPCOMING SCHOOL YEAR - April 29, 2020

          CSM has revised their placement procedures for incoming students. Since placement testing will not be available throughout the summer, students can place using any combination of the following:

          >High School Transcript Review: CSMcan use students' transcripts/GPA for placement even though transcripts are incomplete for their senior year. Students should arrange to have their transcripts sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for evaluation. Upon evaluation, an enrollment coordinator will create a course sequence and contact the student. 

          >SAT/ACT Scores: Students may now send their downloaded PDF score report from their SAT/ACT exams directly to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Enrollment coordinators receive a list of students who submit scores will plan their courses and contact the students.

          >Dual Enrollment: Students who have taken the placement test for on-campus dual enrollment or who are dual enrolling in math/English classes in the high school can receive placement for those and other subjects accordingly.

          >AP Scores: Students can download their AP score report and email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to receive both the credit and placement based on qualifying scores for English and math AP exams.

 
All this information is now listed on CSM's website here under Step 3: https://www.csmd.edu/apply-register/credit/steps-to-enroll-credit-courses/

If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Mary Prather, CSM Enrollment Coordinator, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by calling 301-934-7862.  You may also contact the CSM Call Center at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by calling 301-934-2251 option 0.  The CSM staff are working remotely and can be contacted using the information listed above.   

 

*CSM Placement/Accuplacer Test

The CSM Placement Test that was scheduled to be administered on Friday, April 3, 2020 to Seniors at SCHS, had to be canceled.  At this time, I am not sure if, or when, we will be able to administer the test at St. Charles High School.  Once we return to school, I will work with the school administrators and the staff at the College of Southern Maryland to see if the test can be rescheduled at SCHS.  If for any reason the test cannot be administered at school, you will still be able to take the CSM Placement/Accuplacer Test at the CSM campus once they reopen. 

An Information Sheet that I provide to students who plan to take the CSM Placement/Accuplacer Test is available by CLICKING HERE.    I highly encourage students to use this time to start preparing for the test so they can take it once CSM reopens.  For more information about resources to help you prepare for the test, please visit the College of Southern Maryland’s website or the College Board website. 

 

Students can prepare for the Placement/Accuplacer Test by utilizing these websites:

www.csmd.edu/student-services/testing-services/placement-testing/placement-test-preparation

https://accuplacer.collegeboard.org/about/get-to-know-accuplacer   

*College of Southern Maryland (CSM) – Important Message - April 1, 2020

             The College of Southern Maryland would like to update you with some important information.

As we all work to support students through the uncertainty of the next several months, the staff at the College of Southern Maryland wanted to touch base with you all and let you know that even though CSM is working remotely, they are still available to assist students with enrollment and answer questions. CSM’s call center is fully operational remotely (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and 301-934-2251 option 0), and the Enrollment Coordinator, Mary Prather, is available to work with students via email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), phone (301-934-7862), and Zoom video conference.

Seniors may have had a change of plans given the last few weeks, and there may be additional students who may decide to change their plans following high school.  If any seniors have questions (or students who are thinking about dual enrollment) about what's available at CSM, please contact the staff at the College of Southern Maryland.  They are more than happy to begin having these conversations with students while they work remotely so that they can help these students jump right in when the campus reopens.

There have been many questions about placement testing. Unfortunately, both CSM’s testing center and the online proctoring service are not currently available; however, they want to reassure students that once things are up and running, they will provide information about testing.  Now would be a great time for students to start practicing for the placement test/accuplacer so they are prepared to take the test when CSM reopens.  Please use the links above to start preparing for the test.  

*ASVAB Test for Juniors and Seniors who are thinking about joining the MILITARY

The ASVAB Test scheduled to be administered on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 had to be canceled.  The agency that administers the ASVAB has notified me that they have currently suspended all testing indefinitely and will not be rescheduling until they have a better understanding of the situation.  Students are encouraged to use the resources available on the Career Center link of the St. Charles High School website, under the Military and ASVAB Section, to help you to start preparing for the test now.  Seniors should contact military recruiters to find out how you will be able to take the ASVAB test.  Recruiter contact information is also available on the Career Center link and can be found under the Military and ASVAB Section.  The ASVAB Test will be offered again during the next school year, once in the spring and once in the fall.

*SCHOLARSHIPS

Many organizations who offer scholarships are changing deadline dates.  

I am updating the information on the lists of scholarships as soon as I receive the new information.   

ALL scholarships that are on the List of Scholarships on the Career Center link of the St. Charles High School website and indicate they are available to pick up in the Career Center, are now available for students to access under the Scholarships Section. Students should "CLICK" on the NAME of the scholarship OR where it says to "CLICK HERE"

      

Please see below for ALL the resources and information that are

always available on this Career Center page!!!  :) 

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The St. Charles High School College & Career Center has a wide variety of resources available to assist students as they prepare for their future after high school.  Planning for the future is important!  There are many post-secondary options open to high school graduates.  Some serious thinking and planning will make a student's post-high school transition easier.  It is important for students to organize their thoughts and ideas about their goals and what they need to do to achieve them.  The College & Career Center provides students the opportunity to research information about careers, colleges, universities, technical schools, apprenticeship programs, military servicefinancial aid and scholarships. Throughout the school year, activities and informational programs are planned for students and several evening workshops are scheduled for both parents and students.

 

The College & Career Center is located next to the School Counseling Office. Students are free to visit the Career Center to take advantage of all the resources it has to offer in the morning before classes start, during the activity period, during lunch, during the day with a pass from a teacher, or after school with an appointment. 

 

*BE SURE TO "CLICK" ON ALL THE LINKS BELOW TO OPEN THE DOCUMENTS!!!

  

MARYLAND HIGHER EDUCATION COMMISSION (MHEC)

STATE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS & APPLICATIONS

 

SENIORS AND PARENTS/GUARDIANS -  

The State has an extensive array of financial aid programs in the form of grants, scholarships and other awards for students who want to further their education beyond high school.  For more information please click on the following link:  Financial Aid Resources

 

St. Charles High School College & Career Center Information and Resources - Information about the resources available for students in the College & Career Center!!! 

St. Charles High School - School Profile - Information and statistics about St. Charles High School 

 

 

CONTENTS
Newsletters
Testing
College Information
Military and ASVAB
Grade Level Calendars
Financial Aid
Preparing for Your Future
Scholarships

Summer Opportunities


NEWSLETTERS
September 2019 Newsletter

October 2019 Newsletter

November 2019 Newsletter

December 2019 Newsletter

January 2020 Newsletter

February 2020 Newsletter

March 2020 Newsletter

April 2020 Newsletter

May & June 2020 Newsletter

 

TESTING INFORMATION

**School Code, CEEB Code, ETS Code - 211067 - This code may be needed for testing, college applications, etc.

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COLLEGE INFORMATION

**School Code, CEEB Code, ETS Code - 211067 - This code may be needed for testing, college applications, etc.


MILITARY and ASVAB

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APPRENTICESHIPS

          An Apprenticeship is a combination of PAID on-the-job training (OJT) and related classroom instruction under the supervision of a professional  craft person or trade professional.  These programs vary in length, pay, and intensity among the various trades.  More information is available at:

          www.apprenticeship.gov/become-apprentice - U.S. Department of Labor Apprenticeship Website

          www.dllr.state.md.us/employment/appr - Maryland Department of Labor Apprenticeship Information

          http://steamfitters-602.org - Heating, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, and Process Piping Industry 

          www.washdcjatc.org - Electrical and Telecommunications 

          www.ua.org - Plumbers, Fitters, Welders, and Service Techs

          www.iuoelocal77.com  - Skilled Equipment Operators in the Construction Industry

          www.local5plumbers.org - Installing, Maintaining, and Servicing the Waste, Water, and Gas Systems 

          www.getchargedup.org - Electricians 

          www.mactc.net - Carpenters 

          www.insulators24.org - Heat and Frost Insulators 

       

WORKFORCE INFORMATION

     JOB SEARCH -

          *Southern Maryland Job Source - Located at 175 Post Office Road, Waldorf, MD (301-645-8712). 

                                                         Office hours:  8:00 AM - 4:00 PM daily.  www.dllr.state.md.us/county/smd 

          *Maryland Workforce Exchange - https://mwejobs.maryland.gov/vosnet/Default.aspx 

          *www.snagajob.com 

          *www.indeed.com

          *www.glassdoor.com 

 

    FEDERAL JOBS and INTERNSHIPS - 

          Students and recent graduates may be eligible for federal internships and job opportunities through the Pathways and other student programs. For more information go to:  www.usajobs.gov/Help/working-in-government/unique-hiring-paths/students/ 

 

GRADE LEVEL CALENDARS

FINANCIAL AID

Need HELP completing the FAFSA???

Financial Aid Representatives at the College of Southern Maryland (CSM) Financial Assistance Department are available to assist you.

Please contact them at 301-934-7531 or email them at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..   

For more information and resources, you may also visit the CSM Financial Assistance Website at www.csmd.edu/costs-aid!!!

  • Financial Aid Night Presentation - Financial Aid Night PowerPoint Presentation that was shown on Monday, September 23, 2019 during Financial Aid Night.
  • Financial Aid Night Packet - This was the packet of information that was handed out at Financial Aid Night.   
  • Federal Student Aid - An office of the U.S. Department of Education that provides information about Federal Student Aid  
  • The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) - Directions on how to complete the FAFSA.  The FAFSA is available to complete starting October 1st of your SENIOR year.
  • FAFSA 2020-2021 Materials and Websites - Information about when you will be able to access various FAFSA documents. 
  • What Will You Need to Complete the FAFSA - A list of the items you will need to complete the FAFSA.
  • Creating and Using Your FSA ID - What is an FSA ID and why do you need one?  This link will provide answers to your questions about the FSA ID. 
  • Federal Student Aid Resources - Electronic versions of publications, fact sheets, online tools, and other resources to help families prepare and pay for college or career school.  
  • FAFSA on the Web Worksheet - (FAFSA 2020-2021 Web Worksheet)  Use this worksheet to preview questions that you may be asked when completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) online at fafsa.gov.  You must complete and submit the FAFSA to apply for federal student aid and for most state and college aid.  FAFSA is available to complete starting OCTOBER 1ST of your SENIOR year.
  • Tuition Waiver for Unaccompanied Homeless Youth - The Maryland Tuition Waiver for Unaccompanied Homeless Youth is available to unaccompanied homeless youth who are planning to earn an associate's degree, bachelor's degree, or vocational certificate at a Maryland Public institution of higher education.  Please click on the link for more information. 
  • Tuition Waiver for Foster Care Recipients - The Maryland Tuition Waiver for Foster Care Recipients is available to foster care youth who are planning to earn an associate's degree, bachelor's degree, or vocational certificate at a Maryland Public institution of higher education.  Please click on the link for more information. 
  • Financial Aid Award Letters Comparison - This is a chart from College Board where you can do a side-by-side comparison of the Financial Aid Award letters you receive in the financial aid packages from your schools.    
  • Howard P. Rawlings Educational Assistance Grant - The Educational Assistance Grant (EAG) is a need-based program. The Annual award amounts vary and are determined by student need.  This link will will provide you with more information to find out if you are eligible for the Educational Assistance Grant and the amount of the award. 
  • Howard P. Rawlings Guaranteed Access Grant - The Guaranteed Access Grant (GAG) is a need-based program.  The award amount varies and is determined by student need.  This link will provide you with more information to find out if you are eligible for the Guaranteed Access Grant and the amount of the award.   

 

PREPARING FOR YOUR FUTURE

 

SCHOLARSHIPS

  • SCHOLARSHIP LIST for MAY & JUNE - Information is also in the May & June Career Center Newsletter that can be accessed above.  Scholarship applications can be accessed by clicking on the links provided with the scholarship information.  If a scholarship indicates that the application is available in the Career Center, students can pick up a hard copy of the scholarship information and application in the Career Center.  *PLEASE NOTE:  Due to COVID-19, Scholarships listed as being available to pick up in the Career Center, are now available below.  Please CLICK on the NAME of the Scholarship OR where it indicates to CLICK HERE.       
  • The scholarships listed below either have a "fillable" form that can be completed online or have been added due to Covid-19.  Please READ the SCHOLARSHIP DIRECTIONS to find out how the scholarhship should be completed and submitted: 

          *Hampton University - National Hampton Alumni Association Scholarship - DEADLINE:  March 20, 2020

          *RNSTAT Program Scholarship and Mentorship - DEADLINE:  March 27, 2020

                                  Program Brochure & Program Application

          *Delegate C.T. Wilson Scholarship - DEADLINE:  March 30, 2020 (Received by, NOT postmarked by)

          *Tri-County MD Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Scholarship - DEADLINE:  March 31, 2020

          *Charlotte Hall School Board of Trustees Scholarship - DEADLINE:  March 31, 2020

          *Delegate Debra Davis Scholarship - DEADLINE:  April 1, 2020

          *Delegate Edith J. Patterson Scholarship - DEADLINE:  April 1, 2020

          *McDonough Charity School Grant - DEADLINE:  April 1, 2020

                    Scholarship Instructions - CLICK HERE

                     Scholarship Application - CLICK HERE

          *The Links College Scholarship - DEADLINE:  April 1, 2020

          *Eastern Star Scholarship - Presented by the Kalani Grand Chapter #1001 - DEADLINE:  April 1, 2020

                      Scholarship Instructions - CLICK HERE

                       Scholarship Application - CLICK HERE

         *Pomonkey High School Alumni Scholarship - DEADLINE:  April 1, 2020

          *Minds in Motion Scholar-Athlete Scholarship - CLICK HERE to access the scholarship application online. - DEADLINE:  April 3, 2020

          *SMECO Scholarship - CLICK HERE to access the scholarship application online. - DEADLINE:  April 3, 2020

          *East Coast Chapter, Tuskegee Airmen Scholarship - DEADLINE:  April 16, 2020

                   Scholarship Instructions - CLICK HERE

                    Scholarship Application - CLICK HERE

          *Morgan State University/Southern Maryland Chapter Scholarship - DEADLINE:  April 20, 2020

          *Charles County Master Gardener Scholarship - DEADLINE:  April 20, 2020

          *No Excuses at Neal Scholarship - DEADLINE:  April 24, 2020  PLEASE EMAIL MRS. MALHEREK YOUR COMPLETED APPLICATIONS.

          *St. Charles High School Athletic Booster Club Scholarship - DEADLINE:  April 24, 2020  PLEASE EMAIL MRS. MALHEREK YOUR

                                                                                                                                                                  COMPLETED APPLICATIONS.  

          *National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc. of Southern Maryland Scholarship - DEADLINE EXTENDED:  April 30, 2020

          *Zeta Phi Beta Sorority/Phi Alpha Zeta Chapter Scholarship - DEADLINE EXTENDED to:  April 30, 2020

          *S.T. Kendall Lodge #153 Scholarship - DEADLINE:  April 30, 2020

          *Delta Kappa Gamma/Epsilon Chapter Scholarship - DEADLINE:  May 1, 2020

          *University of Maryland Eastern Shore/Washington Metropolitan Area Alumni Scholarship - DEADLINE:  May 15, 2020

          *MD Emergency Management Association/Donald "Doc" Lumpkins Memorial Scholarship - DEADLINE EXTENDED to:  July 6, 2020

  • College of Southern Maryland (CSM) Scholarship Finder - Seniors who are planning to attend the CSM after they graduate are encouraged to use the CSM Scholarship Finder link to find scholarships.
  • Maryland Community College Promise Scholarship - This flyer provides information about the Maryland Community College Promise Scholarship Program.  The Promise Scholarship creates opportunites for students to attend one of Maryland's public community colleges by providing tuition assistance for any student eligible for in-state tuition.  CLICK HERE to find additional information from MHEC's (Maryland Higher Education Commission) website about this scholarship including:  How to Apply, Eligibility Criteria, Award Amount, Renewing an Award, and Service Obligation Requirements   CLICK HERE to find answers to frequently asked questions about the Maryland Community College Promise Scholarship.  

   

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Volunteer opportunities are a very important part of your RESUME, COLLEGE APPLICATIONS, and JOB APPLICATIONS!!! 

Make sure you take advantage of getting involved and volunteering.  Colleges and businesses are looking for well-rounded individuals who are MAKING A DIFFERENCE!!! 

List of Volunteer Opportunities - Here is a list of some of the many opportunities available for students to volunteer within Charles County!

Charles County Sheriff's Office TEEN COURT - Information and dates for students interested in participating in the Charles County Sheriff's Office Teen Court Program.  *WINTER/SPRING of 2020 dates now available!!!

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES

Please stop by the Career Center to check out what type of SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES/PROGRAMS may be available to you!!!

USAJOBS Summer Internships - USAJOBS posts summer internship positions FREQUENTLY for students!!!  Once you are on the website, under “Explore Hiring Paths” CLICK on “Students and recent graduates” 

Top Summer Programs for High School Students - A list of summer programs for high school students.  A number of the programs are offered for free or relatively low costs.   

 

 

  

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