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ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 12, 2014
READING SKILLS AND SPEED READING PROGRAMS for Preschoolers through 10th Graders with Saint Louis University. These speed reading programs are ONLINE this summer. For more information or to register, call 1-800-978-3839. Flyers are also available in the counseling office.
ACT PREP PROGRAM for the June ACT is being offered through Julie Berhorst. Math and Science June 5 and June 12/Reading and English June 2 and June 9. For more information: jcactprep.com or e-mail: berhorst@gmail.com
ACT PREP WITH FOCUS ON LEARNING out of Columbia. Focus on Learning offers a variety of services for ACT prep. Contact Focus on Learning at: www.focusonlearningcenter.com
UNIVERSITY PEAK is an online course that helps students gain additional insights, knowledge, and powerful strategies to stand out from their competition on applications to selective colleges. Interested students are invited to pick up a $25.00 credit for the course in the counseling office. To learn more, visit: www.universitypeak.com

ALL STUDENTS:
1. EMORY PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAM is an academic program for high school students. For more information or to apply, visit: www.precollege.emory.edu
2. 2014 BEARS ATHLETIC TRAINING CAMP is an Athletic Training/Sports Medicine Camp that is held on the campus of Missouri State University from June 4-7. The deadline to register is May 23. Cost is $175. Camp participants will have the opportunity to work alongside nationally certified and Missouri licensed athletic trainers, and to meet current MSU athletic training students. To register and learn more, visit: https://commerce.cashnet.com/SMAT
3. LINCOLN UNIVERSITY NEWS: Did you know that Lincoln offers the following programs??????
SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM and the BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING For more information, contact Lincoln at 681-5467 or www.lincolnu.edu
SENIORS:
1. THE OVID BELL PRESS in Fulton, Missouri, is hosting a JOB FAIR for any interested graduating seniors. They are looking for hardworking, detailed oriented, and mechanically inclined individuals with a team spirit and a willingness to learn! If a career in printing sounds like a good fit for your future, then please join them between 10:00 and 2:00 on May 27. Location: The Ovid Bell Press, 1201 Bluff Street, Fulton http://ovidbell.com/



JUNIORS:
1. CHRISTIAN BROTHERS BUSINESS IMMERSION CAMP is being held July 21-26 on their Memphis, Tennessee campus. The deadline to apply has been extended to May 25. To be eligible you must have a GPA of 3.2 and an ACT of 26 or better. The cost to attend is $200 and includes lodging, meals, all programming, travel in Memphis and leisure activities. The camp is an on-campus residency program designed to enable academically talented high school students to explore their interests in a business education and career. Questions? Contact Catherine Middleton at 423-314-7888.


 
COUNSELING OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL 21, 2014
FAMILY MATTERS: ALCOHOL AWARENESS AND HOW TO HELP YOUR TEEN MAKE SAFE CHOICES is a presentation sponsored by the Osage Center for Women’s Ministries, Inc. This event will be held on Wednesday, April 30 at 7:00 p.m. at the Osage Community Center, 1811 Highway 50 East, Linn. The speaker will be Robbie Pace-Courtright, President of MADD. The evening will consist of personal testimony, Drinking and Driving/Underage Drinking Information, and Communication Tips for Parents and Teens. Another speaker will be Judge Robert Schollmeyer who will speak on the Legal Consequences. RSVP if possible by April 25 for this free event at 573-897-9920.
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FROM THE JEFFERSON CITY DIOCESE TO ATTEND SUMMER CONFERENCES AT BENEDICTINE COLLEGE in Atchison, Kansas. Conferences include everything from voice instruction to science classes to pro-life training. For more information and to apply for a partner scholarship, please visit: www.benedictine.edu/youthoutreach
INNOVATION CAMPUS OPPORTUNITY is offered by Lincoln University, Linn State Technical College and Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce IN COOPERATION WITH BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY PARTNERS IN THE Central Missouri region. This program focuses on providing a qualified workforce in the INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY sector through training, accelerated degree completion, and experiential learning. Students can receive up to $7500 in training funds. Additional information can be found on the Jefferson City Chamber of Commerce website or by contacting Missy Bonnot at: missybonnot@jcchamber.org or 573-638-3582.
INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES with the Missouri Democratic Party. These internships will provide students first-hand knowledge of the political process and would assist students who are looking into LAW, POLITICS, ADVERTISING, SOCIAL SERVICE, and/or OFFICE WORK. Interested students may contact Matt Nappe at: mnappe@missouridems.org or 573-636-5241.
INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES with Missouri Republican Party offers you an opportunity to network, a chance to develop job skills, and an opportunity to jump start your career. Interested applicants should send their resume and cover letter to Molly White at: molly@mogop.org.
MILITARY ACADEMY APPOINTMENTS through the Office of Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer. Congressman Luetkemeyer’s office will be accepting applications for the academies class of 2019 BUT they must begin with Congressman’s Luetkemeyer’s office by completing a Service Academy application. The application process opened up on April 1, 2014. For more information, contact Lori Boyken, Academy Coordinator, at 573-635-7232.
ALL STUDENTS:
1. OTIS COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN SUMMER OF ART PROGRAM is being held July 7 through August 1. Summer of Art is an intensive, four-week, pre-college program for students ages 15 and older who wish to experience what it is like to study at one of the top art and design colleges in the country. To learn more, visit: www.otis.edu/soa
2. EMORY PRE-COLLEGE PROGAM at Emory University offers a variety of topics and classes throughout the summer months. To learn more, visit: www.precollege.emory.edu
3. NATIONAL YOUNG ARTS FOUNDATION invites students interested in FILMMAKING, DANCE, DESIGN, MUSIC, PHOTOGRAPHY, ACTING, ART, SINGING OR WRITING to check out how they may be able to be supported in their interests. To learn more, visit: www.Youngarts.org/applynow The deadline is October 17, 2014.
4. CAREERS IN HEALTH CARE are stable, rewarding jobs. To learn more about what is available and how to train for these occupations, visit: www.missourihealthcareers.com
5. UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL MISSOURI SUMMER GRAPHICS CAMP is scheduled to run from June 22-26. The graphics camp is being sponsored by the GRAPHIC TECHNOLOGIES department at UCM. There are more internships and jobs available in this field than students and graduates to fill them so UCM is inviting students to explore their possibilities. Apply online at: www.ucmo.edu/graphics
SENIORS:
1. OZARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE is offering a LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP to ONE STUDENT from HELIAS and ADDITIONAL COMMUNITY MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS. If you would like to be nominated for any of these scholarships because you plan to attend OTC, let Mrs. Flowers in the counseling office know IMMEDIATELY.
2. LINCOLN UNIVERSITY has streamlined their scholarship process through a program called STARS Online. To apply for scholarships with Lincoln, you must visit STARS at: https://lincolnu.starsscholarshipsonline.com/STARS/default.aspx
JUNIORS:
1. LIPSCOMB UNIVERSITY in Nashville, Tennessee sponsors the LIPSCOMB SUMMER SCHOLARS PROGRAM from July 11-20. You must have at least a 24 on the ACT test. A variety of course options are made available to those who participate. The application deadline is May 15. To learn more, visit: www.admissions.lipscomb.edu/SummerScholars or contact Johnathan Akin at 615-966-6150

 

SCHOLARSHIP AND PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL 1, 2014
MISSOURI CONNECTION is an EXCELLENT online program offered to all Missouri residents. Missouri Connections allows for investigation into CAREERS, COLLEGES, FINANCIAL AID, AND PERSONAL ASSESSMENTS. The information found on Missouri Connections is very up to date and accurate. Log in to Missouri Connections at: www.MissouriConnections.org Username: Helias Password: 2viewmoc
ACT PREP CLASS through Julie Berhorst –For more information, visit: www.jcactprep.com or call 690-7065 or email: berhorst@gmail.com
THE MISS MISSOURI TEEN USA PAGEANT is held on the Lindenwood University campus on November 7-9, 2014. The pageant is open to young women ages 14-18. The pageant is a means to earn SCHOLARSHIPS for college. The application is available in the counseling office.
BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY ONLINE PROGRAM is offering a MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY online course which is designed to help students: Prepare for health professions, Learn the vocabulary used by doctors, Prepare for advanced science courses. TAKE A LOOK AT: https://byuisdemo.brainhoney.com Username: demostudent Password: password
SENIORS:
1. INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INSURANCE PROFESSIONALS SCHOLARSHIP is a $500 scholarship offered to a graduating senior who plans to attend college in the fall. An essay is required on the impact of social media on the insurance industry. The scholarship application is available in the counseling office with an April 22 deadline.
2. COLUMBIA DELTA CHI FRATERNITY MEN OF EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP is a $500 scholarship designed to aid young men who are going to attend the UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-COLUMBIA. Minimum GPA of 3.0 is required. The application is available in the counseling office with an April 23 deadline.
JUNIORS AND SENIORS:
1. KANSAS STATE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING is hosting an ENGINEERING OPEN HOUSE on April 4-5. For details, visit: www.engg.ksu.edu/steelring/
2. MARYVILLE UNIVERSITY in St. Louis, invites students to check out what they have to offer regarding PROGRAMS and SCHOLARSHIPS. Check them out at: saintsnation.maryville.edu
JUNIORS:
1. JEFFERSON CITY FLYING SERVICE and EAA Chapter 429 offers 2 FLIGHT TRAINING SCHOLARSHIPS worth $1000 toward enabling a student to investigate Flying and achieving a pilot’s license. You must be at least 16 years old and a junior in high school with a minimum GPA of 2.5. The application is available in the counseling office with an April 25 deadline.
2. MISSOURI SOUTHERN STATE UNIVERSITY JUNIOR DISCOVERY DAY has been set for Friday, April 18 from 10:00-3:00 p.m. To learn more, visit: www.mssu.edu
SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS AND SENIORS:
1. WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY in St. Louis HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER INSTITUTES offer programs in: MEDICINE, ENGINEERING, LEADERSHIP, ARCHAEOLOGY, WRITING. To learn more, visit: summerexperiences.wustl.edu or email: summerexperiences@wustl.edu or call 866-209-0691.
ALL STUDENTS:
1. NEW YORK FILM ACADEMY offers students an opportunity to earn their BACHELOR’S degree, CONSERVATORY or a SHORT TERM WORKSHOP diploma in: FILMMAKING, ACTING, PHOTOGRAPHY, PRODUCING, SCREENWRITING, GAME DESIGN, ANIMATION or MEDIA STUDIES. Campuses are located in New York as well as in California. For more information, visit: www.nyfa.edu
2. WESTPOINT MILITARY ACADEMY invites students to investigate the opportunities they have to offer. To learn more, visit: http://Admissions.WestPoint.edu
3. GLORIETA TRAIL CREW is designed to combine the concepts of environmental stewardship, community service, and Christian discipleship TO MEET THE NEEDS OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS SEEKING A SUMMER EXPERIENCE OUTSIDE OF TRADITIONAL SUMMER CAMP PROGRAMMING. To learn more about Glorieta Trail Crew or how to apply, contact Heidi Riley at: Heidi@glorieta.org or call 352-200-9931.

 

COUNSELING OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK OF MARCH 10, 2014
COMPUTER PROFESSIONS ON DEMAND (C-POD) is a FREE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM held from June 8-11 on the campus of LINN STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE. C-POD is for students who want to learn about career opportunities in COMPUTER FIELDS, go on FIELD TRIPS to area businesses and state agencies, meet OTHER STUDENTS and gain LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE through TEAM PROJECTS and get FREE STUFF. No computer skills necessary. The program will take 20 high school students. The application is available in the counseling office with a March 28 deadline.

SENIORS:
1. MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY wants to remind seniors that the priority deadline for the FAFSA form is to have it sent to the Office of Financial Aid by March 31, 2014.
2. THE JOHN AND HELEN COWLEY SCHOLARSHIP is a $1000 scholarship available to any graduating senior with FINANCIAL NEED. The application is available in the counseling office with a March 28 deadline.
3. THE ROBERT SCHNIEDERS HONORARY SCHOLARSHIP is a $500 scholarship available to any graduating senior. The application is available in the counseling office with an April 11 deadline.
4. ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTANTS SCHOLARSHIP is a $400 award for a graduating senior who plans to pursue a business related degree at a college or university located in Missouri. The application is available in the counseling office with a March 19 deadline.
5. JEFFERSON CITY BREAKFAST ROTARY CLUB SCHOLARSHIP is a $1000 scholarship available to any graduating senior. The application is available in the counseling office with a March 28 deadline.
6. THE AMERICAN BUSINESS WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP is a scholarship available to a graduating SENIOR GIRL. The application is available in the counseling office with an April 4 deadline.
7. THE HELIAS MULTI-LIST SCHOLARSHIP is ONE APPLICATION that covers 7 different scholarships which are: - A.J. SCHWARTZE SCHOLARSHIP is a scholarship which is available primarily to seniors who live in Osage County and who are in the top 1/3 or ½ of their class. If Osage County residents do not qualify, then the scholarship is available to any senior in the top 1/3. The scholarship must be used for a school in the state of Missouri.
-JOSEPH MAYER SCHOLARSHIPS are available to graduating seniors with a minimum GPA of 2.0. The scholarship can be used at any college or technical school of the students’ choice. This scholarship is renewable.
-KWOS Sportscasters Scholarship is open to a graduating senior who has a good academic record and has lettered in at least one sport. The scholarship is worth $500.
-BRUNING/STAMPFLI SCHOLARSHIP is a $1000 Scholarship which is available to a graduating senior in the top 25% of their class.
-THE DONALD AND VIRGINIA CAMPBELL SCHOLARSHIP is a $500 scholarship awarded to a graduating senior who plans to major in BUSINESS or FINANCE.
-THE BILL QUIGG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP is a $1000 award which is offered to any graduating senior in the top ½ of your class. This scholarship can be used at any university or technical school of choice.
-THE DICK WILSON SCHOLARSHIP is a $1000 scholarship available to a student who plans to attend Lincoln University and plans to major in BUSINESS or FINANCE.
THE MULTI-LIST SCHOLARSHIP is available in the counseling office with an APRIL 4 DEADLINE.
8. THE FIREFIGHTERS SCHOLARSHIP is a scholarship available to a graduating senior who plans to pursue a career in Fire Fighting/Prevention or a career associated with Public Safety/Health. The application is available in the counseling office with an April 4 deadline.
9. THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN SCHOLARSHIP is a scholarship which is open to senior GIRLS who are in the top 1/3 of their graduating class. You must intend to use the scholarship at a 4 year institution. The application is available in the counseling office with a March 28 deadline.

JUNIORS AND SENIORS:
1. ARMY ROTC FULL TUITION SCHOLARSHIPS are available to students who want to serve their country while getting their college education paid for along with book allotments and a monthly stipend. QUESTIONS? Go to: www.goarmy.com/rotc OR CONTACT Mr. John Wolfmeyer at: wolfmeyer@ucmo.edu or 660-543-4863.

JUNIORS:
1. JUNIORS EXPLORING ENGINEERING AT PURDUE program is scheduled for Monday, April 14, from 8:00-4:30 p.m. This program will be geared toward WOMEN INTERESTED IN ENGINEERING. Registrations are limited to the first 250 students. The registration deadline is April 7. For further information please contact Dawn Mikels at the Women in Engineering Program office: 765-494-3889 or wiep@purdue.edu
2. EXPLORE HANNIBAL-LAGRANGE UNIVERSITY DAY is scheduled for Sunday, March 23, from 1-3 p.m. at Concord Baptist Church in Jefferson City. Questions? Call 573-629-3267.
3. SUMMER BUSINESS CAMP AT CHRISTIAN BROTHERS UNIVERSITY is scheduled for July 21-26 on the Christian Brothers campus in Memphis. The camp is an on-campus residency program designed to enable academically talented high school students to explore their interests in a business education and career. More information on the camp can be found at: http://cbu.edu/businesscamp Eligible students should have a 3.2 GPA and an ACTof 26 or higher. Applications will be accepted through May 1.


FRESHMEN, SOPHOMORES, AND JUNIORS:
1. THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-COLUMBIA is offering a VARIETY OF SUMMER ACADEMIES with topics that cover: CULINARY SCIENCE, FORESTRY, STATS AND SPORTS, THE WEATHER, SCIENCES OF LIFE, STEM BY STEM AND TRAP. To learn more about these camps, contact CeCe Leslie at 888-682-2367 or email: lesliecj@missouri.edu Each camp costs $200 and they run at varying weeks throughout the summer.
2. EXPLORE A COLLEGE PROGRAM at Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana, is scheduled for June 22-July 5. The program is intended for high achieving high school students. Students will take college-level classes, earn two college credits, live in a dorm and make new friends. For more information and to apply online, visit: www.earlham.edu/exploreacollege

ALL STUDENTS:
1. STANFORD PRE-COLLEGIATE STUDIES program offers exciting programs for the brightest high-school students from around the globe. To learn more, visit: www.precollegiate.stanford.edu
2. MISSOURI UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY offers a variety of SUMMER PROGRAMS: Aerospace Camp, Camp Invention, CyberMiner Camp, EcoGirl Camp, Explosives Camp, Electric Car Camp, etc. To learn more, visit: summer.mst.edu or call 573-341-4228.
3. RESIDENTIAL CAMPS OF SCREENWRITING AND FILMMAKING at the University of Tulsa. Camps operate during the month of July. Applications must be submitted on or before May 16. For application forms and more information, contact Michael Wright at: Michael-wright@utulsa.edu or call 918-631-3174.
4. EXPERIENCE AMERICA offers a variety of programs for students in a variety of subject areas and career areas by offering summer programs. To learn more, visit: www.expamerica.net




COUNSELING OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK OF FEBRUARY 17, 2014
MISSOURI CONNECTIONS is an EXCELLENT online program offered to all Missouri residents. Missouri Connections allows for investigation into CAREERS, COLLEGES, FINANCIAL AID, AND PERSONAL ASSESSMENTS. The information found on Missouri Connections is very up to date and accurate. Log in to Missouri Connections at: www.MissouriConnections.org Username: Helias Password: 2viewmoc
FAFSA(Free Application for Federal Student Aid) WORKSHOP is scheduled for Tuesday, February 25 from 3-6p.m. at COLUMBIA COLLEGE in Jefferson City, 3314 Emerald Lane. To learn more and to RSVP, call 634-3250
ACT PREP CLASS SCHEDULE for the April 12 ACT has been set by Julie Berhorst. To learn more, e-mail: berhorst@gmail.com or visit: www.jcactprep.com or call 573-690-7065.
SUMMERS AT MIZZOU—SUMMER CAMP EXPERIENCES FOR STUDENTS held at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Students ages 12-18 can participate in week long camps that deal with topics such as: Stress, Studio Art Experience, Movie Making, Business, Health Careers, Internet Apps, Water and Wildlife, Animals, GeoTeching, etc. Early registration deadline is May 7. For more information, visit: http://4h.missouri.edu/programs/summers
SENIORS:
1. SEPTAGON CONSTRUCTION SCHOLARSHIP is a $500 scholarship available to a student who plans to pursue a PROFESSIONAL, CONSTRUCTION-RELATED DEGREE. The scholarship may be renewable. The application is available in the counseling office with a March 13 deadline.
2. MFA FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP is a $2000 scholarship which is available for use at the college or university of your choice and toward any course of study you desire to pursue. The application is available in the counseling office with a March 8 deadline.
3. U.S.BANK SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM will award $1000 scholarships to 35 students through a RANDOM DRAWING. It will also award one $5000 scholarship to a student who completes a series of eight Financial Genius education courses online. Applications will be accepted through MAY 29. Students can review official terms and conditions and APPLY ONLINE at: www.usbank.com/scholarship
4. MICROSOFT SCHOLARSHIP for STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES is a $5000 scholarship available to those seniors who: -Current high school senior living with a disability, whether that be visual, hearing, mobility, cognitive or speech –Plan to attend an undergraduate program in a 2 or 4 year University/college or technical college –Declare a major in engineering, computer science, computer information systems, legal or in business that are approved –Demonstrate a passion for technology –Have a high school cumulative GPA of 3.0 – Require financial assistance to attend college. For details, visit: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/diversity/programs/microsoftdisabilityscholarship.aspx or you may contact Travis Petersen at: 206-515-2139.
5. CENTRAL MISSOURI CPCU SOCIETY CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP is a $750 cash scholarship available to a senior who resides in the Boone County or Jefferson City area. The application consists of an essay written on the following topic: “The Insurance industry has an effect on everyone in our community. What are the benefits of insurance in today’s economy?” The application is available in the counseling office with a March 28 deadline.
6. LINDENWOOD UNIVERSITY BLACK AND WHITE BALL SCHOLARSHIP which recognizes diversity. To be considered for this scholarship, all of the following documents must be postmarked by March 1: scholarship application, essay, two reference letters, high school transcript and application to Lindenwood. In addition, the FAFSA must be filed by March 1. The application is available in the counseling office with a March 1 deadline.
7. THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS wants to make you aware of the following: INCREASE in Merit Scholarships of $2000 and $2500, NEW RECREATION CENTER opening Fall of 2015, NEW PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS with Washington University, University of Missouri-Columbia, and Kent State.
8. THE CALLAWAY COUNTY FAMILY AND COMMUNITY EDUCATION ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP is a $250 award to be used for the continuing education of a worth CALLAWAY COUNTY resident pursuing an education and career in the Home Economics or Agriculture/Agribusiness Field preferably, BUT WILL CONSIDER OTHER FIELDS OF EDUCATION AS WELL. The application is available in the counseling office with an April 2 deadline.
JUNIORS:
1. K-STATE OPEN HOUSE is set for Saturday, April 5 Learn more about K-State’s colleges, research, majors and programs while enjoying their exciting campus life. To register, visit: www.k-state.edu/openhouse
2. QUESTBRIDGE COLLEGE PREP SCHOLARSHIP is open to high school juniors who are planning to apply to college in the fall of their senior year. The application opens in mid-February and is due at the end of March. To apply, the following is required: detailed academic and financial information, essay and short answers, letter of recommendation from a high school teacher and standardized test scores. To learn more and apply, visit: www.questbridge.org Information is available in the counseling office.
SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS:
1. AUDREY WALTON YOUTH LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE is a FREE CONFERENCE held on the campus of the University of Missouri-Columbia from July 17-19. The conference provides a three-day experience filled with exciting seminars based on building leadership skills, a teams challenge course, and positive group interaction. The three day conference focuses on teaching youth about leadership, higher education, and a healthy lifestyle. Applications are available in the counseling office with an April 25 deadline.



ALL STUDENTS:
1. FASHION INSTITUTE OF DESIGN AND MERCHANDISING in California, offers a SUMMER PROGRAM for High School Students. To learn more, visit: www.fidm.edu
2. SUMMER STUDY PROGRAMS coordinated with Penn State University, University of Colorado at Boulder, the Sorbonne in Paris and Fordham University in New York. For more information and details, visit: www.SummerStudy.com or call 1-800-666-2556.



COUNSELING OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK OF FEBRUARY 3, 2014
MISSOURI CONNECTIONS is an EXCELLENT online program offered to all Missouri residents. Missouri Connections allows for investigation into CAREERS, COLLEGES, FINANCIAL AID, AND PERSONAL ASSESSMENTS. The information found on Missouri Connections is very up to date and accurate. Log in to Missouri Connections at: www.MissouriConnections.org Username: Helias Password: 2viewmoc
ACT PREP CLASSES available through Julie Berhorst at: berhorst@gmail.com AND ALSO through Focus on Learning: www.FocusOnLearningCenter.com
FREE HELP AND ASSISTANCE WITH COMPLETING THE FAFSA FORM (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at the local FAFSA FRENZY event which is scheduled for Sunday, February 9, from 2-4p.m. at Nichols Career Center. Financial Aid professionals from the area will be available to help with your big and small questions regarding the FAFSA and its completion. Bring your paperwork and get registered for a student scholarship as well. Check with your counselor if you have questions.
MISSOURI HIGHWAY PATROL STUDENT ALLIANCE PROGRAM invites JUNIORS AND SENIORS who may be interested in LAW ENFORCEMENT or the SUPPORT SERVICES behind law enforcement to participate in this informative 6 session program. Students are invited to come to Troop F Headquarters for six consecutive Thursday evenings beginning on March 6. Topics cover include: K-9 Unit, Counter-terrorism, Patrol aircraft operations, SWAT Operations and equipment, Crime Scene Collection, Range Shooting, etc. The applications are available in the counseling office with a February 18 deadline. Questions can be directed to Sgt. Paul Reinsch at 751-1000 or paulreinsch@mshp.dps.mo.gov
THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI ENGINEERING HIGH SCHOOL OUTREACH PROGRAM offer MOTHER AND DAUGHTER ENGINEERING DAY on April 5, LEGO CAMP WEEKENDS grades 2-9, and ENGINEERING SUMMER CAMP during the month of July. For details, check out: http://engineering.missouri.edu/k-12
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN OBTAINING AN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEGREE AT LINN STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE OR LINCOLN????? If you answer YES, then the Central Missouri Innovation Campus program is for YOU!!!!! $7500 TOWARDS TUITION MAY BE AVAILABLE. For more information, contact Missy Bonnot at: missybonnot@jcchamber.org
SENIORS:
1. KIWANIS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP is a $750 scholarship which will be awarded to a Helias senior. The application is available in the counseling office with a March 3 deadline.
2. COUNCIL FOR DRUG FREE YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP is a $500 scholarship awarded to a drug free student who plans to attend college or technical school in the fall. An essay is required with 2 letters of recommendation. The application is available in the counseling office with a February 18 deadline.
3. SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY wants students to be aware that they are still ACCEPTING applicants to Saint Louis University for the fall semester and still considering students for MERIT-BASED SCHOLARSHIPS. To learn more, visit Saint Louis University web site or contact their admission office at: admission@slu.edu
4. ZONTA SCHOLARSHIP is a $1000 scholarship available to a Helias SENIOR FEMALE. The recipient will be recognized for their accomplishments and contributions she has made in her school and community. The application is available in the counseling office with a February 21 deadline.
5. MISSOURI INSURANCE EDUCATION FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP is a $1500 scholarship awarded to a graduating senior who plans to attend college in the state of Missouri and have an interest or intent of pursuing an insurance, risk management, actuarial science or related course of study. The application is available in the counseling office with a March 24 deadline.
6. COLE COUNTY FARM BUREAU SCHOLARSHIP is available to all graduating seniors who plan to pursue further education in the fall. An essay is required. Applications are available in the counseling office with an April 8 deadline.
7. BELIEVE IN U SCHOLARSHIP has a February 8 nomination deadline. To learn more, visit: www.herffjones.com/biuscholarship or call 855-670-4787.
8. NATIONAL DEFENSE TRANSPORTATION ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP is available to students who plan to major in: Business, Transportation Logistics and Physical Distribution; however, all students are eligible to apply no matter their major. Scholarships will range from $2500 to $4000. The application is available in the counseling office with a February 21 deadline.
9. WEST SIDE BUSINESS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP is a $1000 scholarship available to a student whose employer or parent(s) employer is a member of the West Side Business Association. The application is available in the counseling office with a March 21 deadline.
10. J. PATRICK HEALEY SCHOLARSHIP is a $500 scholarship available to seniors who have participated in CHORAL MUSIC. The application is available in the counseling office with a February 5 deadline.
11. FIRST FINANCIAL CREDIT UNION SCHOLARSHIP is a $1000 award available to a senior who is a current member or will become a member in good standing at First Financial Credit Union. The application is available in the counseling office with a February 28 deadline.
12. JCMG HEALTH SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP is a $1000 award available to graduating seniors with a preference for those planning to study MEDICINE. The application is available in the counseling office with a February 21 deadline.
13. COLE COUNTY MEDICAL ALLIANCE SCHOLARSHIP is a $500 award available to students who plan to pursue a career in HEALTHCARE. The application is available in the counseling office with a February 14 deadline.
14. THE WILLIAM SIMON SCHOLARSHIP is available to graduating seniors who: must be a registered Catholic in the Jefferson City Diocese and must demonstrate financial need. The application is available in the counseling office with a March 24 deadline.
15. ROTARY WEST SCHOLARSHIP is a renewable $1000 scholarship available to any graduating senior. Essay and interview are part of the process. The application is available in the counseling office with a February 21 deadline.
16. CAPITAL REGION MEDICAL FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS consist of a $2000 Taylor Scholarship, a $1000 Rottmann Scholarship, a $1000 Stockard Scholarship and a $1000 Sanders Scholarship available TO SENIORS WHO PLAN TO SEEK A DEGREE in the MEDICAL FIELD. The applications are available in the counseling office with a February 21 deadline.

JUNIORS AND SENIORS:
1. FAIR HOUSING ESSAY CONTEST sponsored by the Jefferson City Board of Realtors invites juniors and seniors to write an essay on the topic: “Fair Housing: Opening Doors-Unlocking Dreams” Deadline for the essay is March 3 with prizes awarded. To learn more, visit: www.jcabor.com
2. SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY is offering a variety of VISIT DATES beginning with February 15, February 17, and March 29. To learn more, e-mail: Angela Tolcou at: amtolcou@semo.edu or call 573-275-4396.
JUNIORS:
1. ECONOMICS FOR LEADERS is a selective summer program that teaches leaders how to integrate economics into the process of decision-making through a hands-on, experiential environment. The deadline to apply is March 3. To learn more and apply online, visit: www.fte.org/student-programs
2. CHRISTIAN BROTHERS UNIVERSITY SUMMER BUSINESS CAMP is an opportunity for JUNIORS interested in BUSINESS to attend a week long event in MEMPHIS, Tennessee. Eligible students are current juniors who have a GPA of 3.2 and ACT of 26 or higher. Applications will be accepted until May 1, 2014. The fee for the camp is $200 and covers all expenses with the exception of travel to /from Memphis. To learn more, visit: http://cbu.edu/businesscamp
SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, SENIORS:
1. CORNELL UNIVERSITY SUMMER COLLEGE programs for high school students. The programs cover a variety of topics during the course of weeks during the summer. To learn more, visit: www.summercollege.cornell.edu
SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS:
1. YALE YOUNG GLOBAL SCHOLARS PROGRAM is an academic and leadership development program for talented high school students. Two week sessions are held throughout the summer at the Yale campus in Connecticut. Applications are available online until February 20. Financial assistance is available. To learn more, e-mail: global.scholars@yale.edu
ALL STUDENTS:
1. OTIS COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN SUMMER OF ART program is held from July 7-August 1. Summer of Art is an ideal way to experience what it is like to attend one of the most influential art and design colleges in the country. To learn more, visit: www.otis.edu./soa
2. MU ENGINEERING SUMMER CAMP offers: Hand-on lab experiments, Team design projects, Campus life and new friends, Industry tours, etc. Two sessions available in July on the University of Missouri campus. Get eligibility requirements and download a registration form at: www.Engineering.missouri.edu/k-12 For more information, contact Whitney Hays at 573-884-3403 or : haysw@missouri.edu
3. TRULASKE BUSINESS ACADEMY AT MIZZOU is a pre-college summer program for MINORITY STUDENTS interested in BUSINESS. The goal of this weeklong residential program is to introduce students to the various disciplines and career opportunities within the business world, while also experiencing life on a college campus. Scholarships are awarded that will cover the cost of the program. The application is available online at: http://business.missouri.edu/sit es/defalult/files/trulaske_business_academy_application_14.pdf You may also contact Aaron Cook at: cookaa@missouri.edu


COUNSELING OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK OF JANUARY 13, 2014
MISSOURI CONNECTIONS is an EXCELLENT online program offered to all Missouri residents. Missouri Connections allows for investigation into CAREERS, COLLEGES, FINANCIAL AID, AND PERSONAL ASSESSMENTS. The information found on Missouri Connections is very up to date and accurate. Log in to Missouri Connections at: www.MissouriConnections.org username: Helias Password: 2viewmoc
ACT PREP CLASSES available through Julie Berhorst at: berhorst@gmail.com AND ALSO through Focus on Learning: www.FocusOnLearningCenter.com
SERVICE ACADEMY WORKSHOP at Lee’s Summit High School on Tuesday, January 14, at 7:00 p.m. Students in grades 8-11 are invited to attend. Representatives will be available from: The United States Naval Academy, Air Force Academy, Merchant Marines, West Point, United States Coast Guard, etc.
FREE COLLEGE DIRECTORY for students interested in THEATRE. Students can filter their searches of the database to fit their needs, interests, and budget by specifying a geographic location, campus setting, cost range, degree, major, and other variables. The directory can be found at: http://collegedirectory.schooltheatre.org
WWW.SCHOLARSHIPS.COM offers you access to millions of SCHOLARSHIPS, GRANTS and other FINANCIAL AID.
SENIORS:
1. HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP is an $800 award to a student who plans to attend a two or four year college majoring in a construction related field—Construction Management, HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical, Excavating and other specific trades/and/or majors. The application is available in the counseling office with a March 21 deadline.
2. DELTA KAPPA GAMMA SCHOLARSHIP is available to SENIOR GIRLS who plan to major in EDUCATION. The application is available in the counseling office with a January 24 deadline.
3. BITTERSWEET GARDEN CLUB offers a $500 scholarship to a student with a minimum “B” average who plans to major in: Horticulture, Landscape Design, Botany/Biology, Forestry, Wildlife Science, Plant Pathology/Science, City Planning, Habitat or Forest Systems Ecology, Environmental Concerns, etc. The application is available in the counseling office with a February 3 deadline.
4. DARIN C. BANKS FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP is a $1000 scholarship available to seniors with a minimum 3.0 GPA. The application is available in the counseling office with a January 28 deadline.
5. BUICK ACHIEVERS SCHOLARSHIP is a national scholarship available to students who plan to major in: Engineering, Technology, Design or Business, with an interest in the automotive industry. The deadline to apply is February 28 with the application available at: www.buickachievers.com
6. NATIONAL YOUTH SCIENCE CAMP runs from June 27-July 20. The National Youth Science Camp is a residential science education program that honors and challenges TWO GRADUATING SCIENCE STUDENTS from each state. THERE IS NO COST to the participants. Scientists from across the nation present lectures and hands-on science seminars and linger to interact informally with student delegates. Opportunities are provided for delegates to present seminars covering their own areas of interest and research. More information and the application are available online at: www.nysc.org
7. THE COLLEGE OF SAINT MARY MAGDALEN encourages seniors to apply for the PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP which is a full tuition scholarship awarded in honor of Pope Francis. An essay is required. The deadline for the essay and application is February 15. To learn more visit: www.magdalen.edu or e-mail: admissions@magdalen.edu
8. AES ENGINEERS SCHOLARSHIP is a $500 scholarship available to any graduating senior. The application deadline is October of 2014…..so the end of May could work for graduating seniors. The application involves an essay question. To apply, visit: http://www.aesengineers.com/scholarships.htm
9. JANE RANDOLPH DAR SCHOLARSHIP is a $1000 scholarship awarded to a high school senior who lives in Cole County. You must currently be in the top 1/3 of your class. The application is available in the counseling office with a February 21 deadline.
10. HAWTHORN BANK SCHOLARSHIP is a $1000 scholarship available to any graduating senior. The application is available in the counseling office with a March 24 deadline.
11. THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS PIERRE LACLEDE HONORS COLLEGE offers an opportunity to earn scholarship money, experience internships and leadership training. To learn about the advantages of the Honors College, visit: www.umsl.edu/divisions/honors
12. JB-P.E.O. SCHOLARSHIP is a $500 scholarship available to a HELIAS SENIOR GIRL with at least a 2.0 GPA. The application is available in the counseling office with a January 21 deadline.
13. B. DAVIS SCHOLARSHIP is a $1000 award available to any graduating senior. The application deadline is May 26 and the application is available at: http://www.studentawardsearch
JUNIORS AND SENIORS:
1. KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY is offering a variety of programs for seniors and juniors. For details, visit: www.k-state.edu/admissions/events
JUNIORS:
1. UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY SUMMER SEMINAR offers the opportunity for rising high school seniors to visit the Naval Academy for one week during the summer. Students will experience all aspects of the naval Academy including the academic program and midshipman life. Applications are available beginning January 16 at: www.usna.edu/admissions/nass The cost for the program is $400. Some scholarships are available based on financial need.
2. THE UNIVERSITY OF TULSA JUNIOR VISIT DAY has been set for January 20 and March 3. To register, visit: www.utulsa.edu/admission/visits or call: 1-800-331-3050.


ALL STUDENTS:
1. GRAMMY CAMP for aspiring MUSIC INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS is held in St. Paul, Minnesota, Brooklyn, New York, Los Angeles, California or Nashville, Tennessee. Grammy Camp offers: hands-on career training, learn from industry experts, performance and music business tracks, FINANCIAL AID is available. To apply, visit: www.grammyintheschools.com The deadline to apply is March 31.
2. THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY SUMMER STEM PROGRAM allows students in grades 8-11 to focus on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics while attending weeklong sessions at the Academy. Applications are available now at: www.usna.edu/admissions/stem Tuition to attend is $350 with air travel to the academy being extra.




COUNSELING OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK OF DECEMBER 9, 2013
COLUMBIA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL ART EXHIBIT OPPORTUNITY: Columbia College invites students to submit up to two works in the following categories: Painting/Drawing; Mixed media/Printmaking; Photography/Digital media/Film/Animation, Sculpture/Ceramics/Jewelry fibers (or other 3-dimensional media). Entries must be submitted between December 30-31 and January 2-11. Entry forms are available in the counseling office. The exhibit will be the week of January 14-26. Cash prizes will be awarded. Questions? Call 573-875-7517.
FAFSA FRENZY is an opportunity for parents and students to receive FREE help completing their FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form. The FAFSA Frenzy is scheduled for February 9, from 2-4 p.m. at Nichols Career Center. More details to come, but mark your calendars for the date.
ACT PREP courses offered through FOCUS ON LEARNING 573-875-5187 or www.FocusOnLearningCenter.com as well as with JEFFERSON CITY ACT PREP/Julie Berhorst, 573-690-7065 or www.jctestprep.com
MISSOURI VALLEY COLLEGE is now offering DUAL ENROLLMENT ONLINE COURSES for high school students to earn college credit—each credit hour is $80.00. To learn more, visit: www.moval.edu/academics/dual-credit/index.php or contact Mr. Kevin Gasser at 660-831-4076.
CENTRAL METHODIST COLLEGE is also offering DUAL ENROLLMENT ONLINE COURSES. You may find out more at: www.centralmethodist.edu Click on Faculty and Staff, Click on Admissions, Click on iSchool-Dual Credit
OPTIMISTS CLUB ESSAY AND OR ORATORICAL CONTEST for College Scholarships. This year’s essay subject is: “How Dreams Lead to Success”. The deadline for the essay contest is January 21, 2014. The Oratorical Contest topic is “ How My Passions Impact the World”. The deadline for the oratorical contest is January 21, 2014. Applications are available in the counseling office.

SENIORS:
1. JAMES L. AND NELLIE M. WESTLAKE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM awards college tuition, books and supplies. You must be a Missouri resident, be able to maintain a 2.5 GPA or better, with a family adjusted gross income of $50,000 or less. The application can be found at: sms.scholarshipamerica.org/Westlake with an application deadline of February 1, 2014.
2. COLE COUNTY REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE LINCOLN UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP is a $750 award available to a graduating senior who has a 2.5 GPA or higher, a qualified voter, and plans to attend Lincoln University in the fall. The application is available in the counseling office with a March 18 deadline.
3. MENSA EDUCATION AND RESEARCH FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP ESSAY CONTEST is available at: www.mensafoundation.org/scholarships The application deadline is January 15, 2014.
4. THE COLLEGE OF SAINT MARY MAGDALEN PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP is now available to graduating seniors. The scholarship is a full tuition scholarship awarded in honor of Pope Francis. An essay is required and an ACT score of 26 or higher is also required. The application guidelines are available in the counseling office with a deadline of February 15.
5. BURGER KING SCHOLARSHIPS are available to students for up to $50,000. GPA must be 2.5 or above. The application deadline is January 10, 2014 and the application is available at: www.bkmclamorefoundation.org/WhatWeDo/ScholarsProgram
6. CENTRAL MISSOURI MASTER GARDENER SCHOLARSHIP is a $1000 scholarship available to a student who plans to begin college in the fall with an interest in: Horticulture, Agriculture, Conservation or Forestry. A GPA of 3.0 or better is required. Applications are available in the counseling office with a February 21 deadline.
JUNIORS AND SENIORS:
1. ECCLESIA COLLEGE is a nationally accredited, non-denominational Christian college located in Springdale, Arkansas. Ecclesia is known as a “Work College” very much like College of the Ozarks that allows you to work off the majority of your tuition costs. Ecclesia has the following majors in: Business Administration, Accounting, Management, Marketing, Communications, Psychology, Christian Counseling, Sports Management, Music, Biblical Studies, Christian Leadership. Sports scholarships are also available. Check it out at: www.ecollege.edu or call 417-294-4444.
2. B.DAVIS SCHOLARSHIP is based upon a submitted essay on the topic: “Pick a controversial problem on high school or college/university campuses and suggest a solution.” The deadline to submit is May 26, 2014. The award is $1000. Submit the essay to: awards@studentawardsearch.com
3. STATE FAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGES encourages students to take a look at what they have to offer. For more information, visit: www.sfccmo.edu
4. LEHIGH UNIVERSITY in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, invites you to take a look at what they have to offer at: www.lehigh.edu/admissions
5. SAINT LOUIS CHRISTIAN COLLEGE in Florissant, Missouri, offers students an opportunity to investigate careers in MINISTRY. To learn more, visit: www.slcconline.edu
6. KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY INDUSTRIAL AND MANUFACTUIRNG SYSTEMS ENGINEERING PROGRAM is worth taking a look at. Learn more at: www.imse.k-state.edu
7. AMDA COLLEGE AND CONSERVATORY OF THE PERFORMING ARTS in New York and Los Angeles, invites you to discover what they have to offer at: amda.edu
8. THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON invites you to check out their offerings at: www.admit.uw.edu



JUNIORS:
1. THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI SCHOOL OF MEDICINE MINI MEDICAL SCHOOL is a one week program that gives students a preview of life as an MU medical student. The program includes: Hands on experience in anatomy, microbiology, and clinical skills, introduction to MU’s innovative patient based learning curriculum and seminars on college and medical school entrance and medical school life. Students are chosen based on an essay, academic effort and success, involvement in extracurricular activities, and a high school science teacher recommendation. Scholarships are available. The applications will be available AFTER JANUARY 1, at: http://medicine.missouri.edu/admissions/minimed.html The application deadline is March 1, 2014.
ALL STUDENTS:
1. GLOBAL WORKS – TRAVEL WITH PURPOSE is now opening up their opportunities for Summer Service Adventures to: Argentina, Botswana, China, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Fiji Islands, France, Galapagos, and Nepal. To learn more, visit: www.globalworkstravel.com or 303-545-2202.
2. MISSOURI CADET PATROL ACADEMY is available to students interested in LAW ENFORCEMENT and/or CRIMINAL JUSTICE. The Academy runs from June 1-June 6, 2014 and is held at the Jefferson City Missouri Highway Patrol Law Enforcement Academy. You must be between the ages of 16 through 18 by April 1, you must have a 2.0 GPA or better and possess a valid driver’s license. Applications are available in the counseling office with a February 8 deadline.
3. LAGUNA COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN invites you to check out what they offer. To learn more, visit: www.lcad.edu
4. CARNEGIE MELLON SUMMER PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAMS run from June 28-August 9. Topics include: Advanced Placement, Architecture, Fine Arts, Art and Design, Drama, Music, National High School Game Academy. To learn more, visit: admission.enrollment.cmu.edu/pages/pre-college
5. MISSOURI COMMUNITY SERVICE COMMISSION SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY offers eight $1000 scholarships to students in grades 9-12 who have demonstrated volunteerism and community service. The application deadline is March 3, 2014. For details, visit: www.movolunteers.org
6. CORNELL UNIVERSITY SUMMER COLLEGE offers 3 and 6 week programs. Learn more at: www.summercollege.cornell.edu

 

COUNSELING OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK OF NOVEMBER 18, 2013
MISSOURI CONNECTIONS is an EXCELLENT online program offered to all Missouri residents. Missouri Connections allows for investigation into CAREERS, COLLEGES, FINANCIAL AID, AND PERSONAL ASSESSMENTS. The information found on Missouri Connections is very up to date and accurate. Log in to Missouri Connections at: www.MissouriConnections.org Username: Helias Password: 2viewmoc
ACT PREPARATION with Julie Berhorst: www.jcacttestprep.com AND with Focus on Learning from Columbia at: www.focusonlearningcenter.com Both provide services at varying degrees in preparation for the ACT.
ALL STUDENTS who COMPOSE MUSIC are invited to participate in the University of Missouri Creating Original Music Project (C.O.M.P.) This is a statewide competition that recognizes Missouri students who compose original music in a variety of styles. Winning compositions will be performed at the Creating Original Music Project’s Festival in April. Winning composers and their schools will be awarded cash prizes. To learn more, visit: http://music.missouri.edu/COMP The deadline to submit is January 10, 2014.

SENIORS:
1. QUINCY UNIVERSITY offers the FRANCISCAN SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP and the PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP which are available to students who have actively participated in community service and are academically strong. To learn more, visit: www.quincy.edu or email Brittany Ellerman at: ellerbr@quincy.edu
2. THE CALLAWAY ENERGY CENTERS SCHOLARSHIP WOMEN IN ENGINEERING(WIN) is a $500 scholarship available to students interested in a power-related field of study: electrical , gas, or nuclear engineering, mechanical, civil, computer science, or administrative programs or programs in business. The scholarships are OPEN to MEN and WOMEN. The application is available in the counseling office with a March 7 deadline.
3. THE COLLEGE OF SAINT MARY MAGDALEN PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP is a full tuition scholarship awarded in honor of Pope Francis. An essay is required and an ACT of 26 or higher is also required. To learn more, visit: www.magdalen.edu The deadline for submission is February 15, 2014.
JUNIORS AND SENIORS:
1. MIAMI UNIVERSITY in Oxford, Ohio offers a variety of SCHOLARSHIPS to entering freshmen. To learn more, visit: www.MiamiOH.edu/bridges
JUNIORS:
1. TELLURIDE ASSOCIATION SUMMER PROGRAM (TASP) Is a FREE six-week summer program that takes place at a major university. Students attend TASP because they want to challenge themselves to learn from college professors in a college-level seminar—for the pure love of learning. The scholarship for this program is very COMPETITIVE but once selected, all costs except travel are covered. We can nominate students up to December2. If you would like to receive an application, see Mrs. Flowers in the counseling office no later than November 26.
ALL STUDENTS:
1. THE CLEVELAND INSTITUTE OF ART’S NATIONAL ART AND DESIGN COMPETITION has 4 categories: VISUAL ARTS, DESIGN, DIGITAL ARTS, AND CRAFT. Cash prizes. To learn more visit: www.cia.edu/2d3d There is a January 24, 2014 deadline.
2. FONTBONNE UNIVERSITY in St. Louis is sponsoring an OPEN HOUSE on Tuesday, November 19, from 7:00-8:30 p.m. TOPICS FOR THE OPEN HOUSE include: CYBER SECURITY, COMPUTER SCIENCE, MANAGEMENT INFORMATION, APPLIED MATHEMATICS, AND ENGINEERING. To register, call 1-800-205-5862.
3. TEEN ENTREPRENEUR is a week long experience teaching entrepreneurship. Interactive sessions focus on Business Plans, Competitive Markets, Sales/Marketing, Pricing Operations., etc. To learn more, visit: www.teambusiness.com/TeenEntrepreneur
4. MISSOURI COMMUNITY SERVICE COMMISSION SCHOLARSHIPS are available to grades 9-12 student volunteers through the High School Student-Volunteer Community Service Scholarship Awards. The application deadline is March 3, 2014. The information and application can be found at: www.movolunteers.org
5. STUDENT PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT CONTEST for the 2014 Drive2Life Contest to show what teens can do to prevent, avoid, and get out of an impaired-driving situation. The contest deadline is February 12, 2014. One grand prize winner will receive $1000 and a trip to New York City. Runners –up will each receive $500. To learn more, visit: www.scholastic.com/drive2life


COUNSELING OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK OF NOVEMBER 4, 2013
UNITED WAY 211 is a toll free phone number connecting people with available community resources and volunteer opportunities. By simply dialing 211, you can now make one call to find or give help. All calls are confidential.
MISSOURI CONNECTIONS is an EXCELLENT online program offered to all Missouri residents. Missouri Connections allows for investigation into CAREERS, COLLEGES, FINANCIAL AID, AND PERSONAL ASSESSMENTS. The information found on Missouri Connections is very up to date and accurate. Log in to Missouri Connections at: www.MissouriConnections.org Username: Helias Password: 2viewmoc
STUDENT ATHLETES—The NCAA’s initial eligibility academic standards are changing for student-athletes enrolling at an NCAA Division I University on or after August 1, 2016 (this year’s high school SOPHOMORE CLASS and younger). For details, visit: http://www.eligibilitycenter.org
ACT PREPARATION with Julie Berhorst . To learn more, contact Julie at: www.jctestprep.com or berhorst@gmail.com
WONDERFUL SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH PROGRAM FOR ALL STUDENTS: www.fastweb.com
ROTARY EXCHANGE STUDENT INFORMATION is locally available at: www.rotary6080.org/rotary-youth-exchange
YOUTH FOR UNDERSTANDING is another intercultural exchange program. Youth for Understanding offers more than 250 FULL AND PARTIAL SCHOLARSHIPS to help students’ dreams of travel and learning become realities. To learn more, visit: www.yfuusa.org or you can call 1-800-TEENAGE or e-mail: admissions@yfu.org
MEDICAL EXPLORERS , St. Mary’s Medical Explorers Post 100 club is designed for HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS INTERESTED IN A MEDICAL FIELD. Meetings are held on the FIRST MONDAY of the month, at 7:00 p.m. in the St. Mary’s Board Room. For more information, contact Mary Kay Hoelscher 573-761-7000, ext. 4329.
SENIORS:
1. AXA ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP offers a winner in every state with scholarships of $10,000 and $25,000. Applications are due by December 15. To learn more, visit: www.axa-achievement.com
2. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS offers a variety of scholarships on a national and state level. To learn more, visit: www.kofc.org and look under “What we Do”. In Missouri, visit: www.mokofc.org
3. MARIST COLLEGE in Poughkeepsie, NY offers 17 four year tuition, room and board TECHNOLOGY SCHOLARSHIPS for students enrolling in the fall 2014 semester. Marist technology students are highly sought after by some of the top companies in the world. To learn more, visit: http://www.marist.edu/admission/technologyscholarships/ or call 1-845-575-3226.
4. CENTRAL MISSOURI INNOVATION CAMPUS is offered by Lincoln University, Linn State Technical College and Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce. This program focuses on providing a qualified workforce in the Information Technology sector . A participant in this program can receive up to $7500 in training funds. There are income requirements and credit hour requirements. To learn more, contact Missy Bonnot at : missybonnot@jcchamber.org or call 573-638-3582.
5. KIWANIS INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP is a $1000 award which is available to graduating seniors with a minimum ACT of 23. Applications are available in the counseling office with a November 15 deadline.
6. MIZZOU SCHOOL OF MUSIC NEW MUSIC INITIATIVE seeks talented and ambitious young composers to study at the MU School of Music. Two highly competitive full-tuition scholarships will be awarded to students. Portfolio submission postmark deadline is January 6, 2014. For more information, visit: http://music.missouri.edu click on Mizzou New Music Initiative.
7. AUDITION DATES for the Mizzou School of Music have been set for December 6, February 17 and March 8. For more information, visit: www.music.missouri.edu
8. ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY invites students to be nominated for the WHOLE PERSON SCHOLARSHIP which recognizes students committed to achieving excellence academically, physically and spiritually. Awards range from $5000 to $20,000 per year. If you would like to be nominated, see Mrs. Flowers as soon as possible.
9. COLUMBIA COLLEGE PREVIEW DAY is scheduled for November 9, COLUMBIA COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP DAY is scheduled for December 7. For more information, visit: www.ccis.edu
10. STEPHENS COLLEGE OVERNIGHT SCHOLARS WEEKEND is scheduled for November 15-16. For details, visit: www.stephens.edu
11. UNIVERSITY OF TULSA OVERNIGHT CAMPUS VISIT PROGRAM has set November 10-11 and February 16-17 for senior visit dates. To register, visit: www.utulsa.edu/visit

JUNIORS AND SENIORS:
1. FONTBONNE UNIVERSITY, in St. Louis, offers a variety of SCHOLARSHIPS that are MERIT, TALENT, AND RECOGNITION based. Fontbonne is a small Catholic university with approximately 2000 students and majors that range from Accounting, to Fashion Merchandising, to Laboratory Sciences, to Deaf Education, etc. To learn more, visit: www.fontbonne.edu/scholarships
2. NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY through Linn State Technical College is targeting students who excel in MATH and SCIENCE and interested in a 2 year program. The average annual salary for Nuclear Technicians in 2012 was $78,170. To learn more, visit: www.linnstate.edu
3. UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI SCHOOL OF MUSIC invites students to explore the various degrees, program, scholarships, and ensembles at Mizzou. To learn more, visit: www.music.missouri.edu
4. REGIS COLLEGE in Massachusetts has announced that they NO LONGER require standardized test scores (ACT and SAT) from their applicants. To learn more, visit: www.regiscollege.edu/testopt
5. SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY CYBER SECURITY PROGRAM announces that the JOB DEMANDS for this career area are expected to grow by 22%. Southeast is the first university in Missouri and one of relatively few nationwide to offer a cybersecurity bachelor’s degree. To learn more, visit: www.semo.edu
6. BOSTON UNIVERSITY is looking for a few EXCEPTIONAL STUDENTS to join their KILACHAND HONORS COLLEGE. To learn more, visit: www.bu.edu/khc
SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS:
1. MISSOURI FINE ARTS ACADEMY is a three week intensive program of classes, workshops, and performances in interdisciplinary and discipline-specific arts. The Academy dates are June 8-28 on the campus of Missouri State University. Any current SOPHOMORE or JUNIOR may apply in the following areas of study: VISUAL ARTS, THEATRE, DANCE, CREATIVE WRITING, MUSIC. Application information for the 2014 Fine Arts Academy will be posted in late 2013 at www.missouristate.edu/mfaa or by calling 417-836-6607. An application typically consists of an essay and a portfolio or video performance with a deadline of February 1.
ALL STUDENTS:
1. DIVINE WORD MISSIONARIES are an international, multicultural group of over 6,000 priests and brothers who work in over 70 countries around the world. The MISSION of the Divine Word Missionaries is to work with the poor and marginalized, people of other cultures, people of other faiths, and all faith seekers. To learn more, visit: www.svdvocations.org
2. WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY in St. Louis HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOLARS PROGRAM invites you to get an early taste of college life while taking two undergraduate courses. Summer Institutes help you explore careers in MEDICINE, WRITING, ENGINEERING, LEADERSHIP and more. To learn more, visit: summerexperiences.wustl.edu or summerexperiences@wustl.edu
3. UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAMS offers exceptional students the opportunity to experience the life of Notre Dame college students. SUMMER SCHOLARS is a two-week program that introduces students to college level academics in a variety of topics—this is intended for rising juniors and seniors. LEADERSHIP SEMINARS is a 10 day, ALL EXPENSES PAID program for advanced students who wish to hone their critical thinking and expressive skills in the company of dynamic peers—this is intended for rising high school seniors. STUDY ABROAD—ROME, ITALY is a 12 day program that will immerse students in the lived history and culture of the Eternal City. For rising high school seniors. Application deadlines are as early as December 13. To learn more and apply, visit: www.precollege.nd.edu
4. OPEN HOUSE AT GOLDFARB SCHOOL OF NURSING AT BARNES JEWISH COLLEGE in St. Louis, is scheduled for Thursday, November 7, from 8:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Students are encouraged to come to this event to learn about the many opportunities in NURSING and to see how students learn at GOLDFARB. RSVP by November 1 to: gson-admissins@bjc.org or call 314-454-7055.
5. SAM FOX SCHOOL OF DESIGN AND VISUAL ARTS at Washington University, St. Louis, SUMMER PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAMS offer high school students the opportunity to develop skills that are fundamental to these fields while producing work in a real studio under the guidance of Washington University faculty. The programs offered are in ARCHITECTURE and ART. Summer program runs from July 6-19 for Architecture and July 6-26 for Art. For more information, visit: www.samfoxschool.wustl.edu/precollege


2013-2014 COUNSELING OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 14, 2013
MISSOURI CONNECTIONS is an EXCELLENT online program offered to all Missouri residents. Missouri Connections allows for investigation into CAREERS, COLLEGES, FINANCIAL AID, AND PERSONAL ASSESSMENTS. The information found on Missouri Connections is very up to date and accurate. Log in to Missouri Connections at: www.MissouriConnections.org Username: Helias Password: 2viewmoc
MISSOURI COMMUNITY SERVICE COMMISSION SCHOLARSHIPS are available to 9-12 grade student-volunteers through the 2013-2014 High School Student-volunteer Community Service Scholarship Awards initiative. Go to: www.movolunteers.org for complete details. The applications have a deadline of March 3, 2014.
PRUDENTIAL SPIRIT OF COMMUNITY AWARDS are available to student volunteers in grades 5-12. The deadline to apply is November 5. To learn more, visit: http://spirit.prudential.com or www.nassp.org/spirit
MISSOURI UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY offers a VARIETY of SUMMER PROGRAMS. For details, visit: summer.mst.edu
THE CARSON SCHOLARS PROGRAM is a Scholarship which rewards VOLUNTEERISM and COMMUNITY SERVICE. Helias may nominate ONE STUDENT for this award. Check it out at: www.carsonscholars.org and if you feel that you would like to be considered, let Mrs. Flowers in the counseling office know prior to the December 20 deadline.
FREE SAT AND ACT TEST PREPARATION PROGRAMS are available at: www.eKnowledge.com/NFHS or by calling 951-256-4076.
STUDENT ATHLETES—The NCAA’s initial eligibility academic standards are changing for student-athletes enrolling at an NCAA Division I University on or after August 1, 2016 (this year’s high school SOPHOMORE CLASS and younger). For details, visit: http://www.eligibilitycenter.org

SENIORS:
1. SAINT MICHAEL’S COLLEGE in Vermont offers the EDMUNDITE SCHOLARSHIP which is worth $20,000 over four years and will be awarded to a student who graduates from a Catholic high school and is admitted to Saint Michael’s College. The admission application must be received by February 1, 2014. For more details, visit: www.smcvt.edu or e-mail: nsas@smcvt.edu
2. DRURY UNIVERSITY in Springfield, invites you to visit and find out what they have to offer. DRURY has a multitude of MAJORS and FINANCIAL AID OPPORTUNITIES. Learn more at: www.choose.drury.edu
3. COLORADO COLLEGE in Colorado Springs, invites you to check out their program at: www.coloradocollege.edu
4. MISSOURI VALLEY COLLEGE in Marshall offers specialized programs in NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCES, EDUCATION, BUSINESS AND FINE ARTS. Missouri Valley hosts a Competition Weekend on January 31-Feb.1, 2014 for Honor Scholars and Fine Arts. To learn more, visit: www.moval.edu and or attend an OPEN HOUSE which is scheduled for November 8 and February 7. To reserve a spot, call 660-831-4114 or email: admissions@moval.edu
5. WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY in St. Louis is HOSTING NATIONAL PORTFOLIO DAY on Sunday, October 27 from 11:00 a.m to 4:00 p.m. at the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts. Art Institutes, Universities and Academies from across the country will be represented at this event. To learn more, call 314-935-6500 or e-mail: georgiab@samfox.wustl.edu
6. SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY in Cape Girardeau, offers a variety of scholarships based upon GPA and ACT COMPOSITE. The scholarships can range from $800 to $11,000. Apply online at: www.semo.edu/apply. The early admission and scholarship guarantee deadline is December 1.
7. THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS PIERRE LACLEDE HONORS COLLEGE offers: 13:1 Student-to-Faculty Ratio, Scholarships, Honors Curriculum, Internship and Research, and Leadership Development. Each Honors applicant is individually reviewed for admission to the Honors College. To learn more, visit: www.umsl.edu/divisions/honors
8. BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY have set their application deadlines for NOVEMBER 1-Early Decision; JANUARY 1-Early Decision II; JANUARY 1-Regular Decision. To learn more, visit: www.brandeis.edu/admissions/apply/testing.html
9. MISSOURI VALLEY COLLEGE in Marshall DANCE DEPARTMENT encourages students to check out what they have to offer those who are interested in continuing their interest in dance. Visit: www.moval.edu/fine_arts/Dance
10. THREE RIVERS GILBERT HILKEMEYER SCHOLARSHIP is a $1000 award to a high school senior whose parents or guardians are members of Three Rivers Electric Cooperative. Students applying for this scholarship must be attending a public college or university within the State of Missouri. The application deadline is March 17. Applications are available in the counseling office.
11. GLOBAL LIFT EQUIPMENT SCHOLARSHIP is a $500 award with a deadline of October 25. GPA of 2.5 is required with a short story submitted. Applications can be found by going to: http://www.usedforkliftsontario.ca
12. YOUTH VOLUNTEER SCHOLARSHIP AWARD is a $500 award with a deadline of November 29. A GPA of 3.5 is required and a minimum of 50 hours of volunteer work. To learn more, visit: http://www.studentscholarships.org/volunteer.php
13. ODENZA MARKETING GROUP VOLUNTEER SCHOLARSHIP is a $500 award with a deadline of December 30, 2013. A 2.5 GPA or better is required with a minimum of 50 hours community service performed. Applications can be found at: http://www.studentscholarships.org/college.php
14. PETER PASULA STUDY HABITS SCHOLARSHIP is a $500 award with an April 1, 2014 deadline. Students will have an essay to complete. Applications can be found at: http://www.mortgagebrokersburnaby.com
15. MAPLE LEAF DENTISTRY SCHOLARSHIP is a $500 award with a deadline of May 30, 2014. You must have done 100 hours of volunteer work over the last 2 years to be eligible. Your GPA must be a 3.0 or better. To learn more, visit: http://www.peterboroughdentists.com
16. YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR FOUNDATION SCHOLARHSIP is available to a graduating senior who operates their own small business. There is a December 18 deadline. To apply, visit: www.NFIB.com/YEA
17. MISSOURI STATE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS SCHOLARSHIPS are offered to children and dependents of Knights. Last year, the Missouri Knights offered over $42,000 in scholarships. To learn more, visit: www.mokofc.org and check under the youth activities tab.
18. HYVEE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM offers scholarships to seniors who are working for Hy-Vee or their subsidiary or a high school senior son and/or daughter of a full, regular, or part-time Hy-Vee employee. The scholarship is worth $1000. The application deadline is February 3, 2014. Applications are available in the counseling office or at Hy-Vee
19. BIG SUN SCHOLARSHIP is a $500 award that is offered to SENIOR ATHLETES. The deadline to apply is June 20, 2014. To learn more, visit: http://www.bigsunathletics.com
20. IMAGINE AMERICA SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM is available to graduating seniors. The application can be found on the Foundation’s website: www.imagine-america.org For those graduating in May, you may access the application after January 1, 2014.
JUNIORS AND SENIORS:
1. CULVER-STOCKTON COLLEGE in Canton, Missouri offers the Culver-Stockton Advantage Program which combines RESEARCH, THEORY, TRAVEL and HANDS-ON EXPERIENCES. Culver Stockton offers the 4 year graduation guarantee, and affordability. To learn more, visit: www.culver.edu
2. GOLDFARB SCHOOL OF NURSING at Barnes-Jewish College OPEN HOUSE is scheduled for Thursday, November 7, from 8:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. RSVP by November 1 at: gson-admissions@bjc.org or call 314-454-7055.
3. THE FRENCH PASTRY SCHOOL OF KENNEDY-KING COLLEGE at City Colleges of Chicago, is the premier international institution of pastry arts education. To learn more, visit: www.frenchpastryschool.com
4. BRYN MAWR COLLEGE is located in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania and is open to graduating FEMALE students. Bryn Mawr offers a variety of Merit Scholarships and Financial Aid. To learn more, visit: www.brynmawr.edu/admissions
5. LASALLE UNIVERSITY in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is a dynamic educational community shaped by traditional Lasallian and Catholic values. LaSalle University offers an OPEN HOUSE on October 26 and February 8. To learn more, visit: www.lasalle.edu/visit
6. SARAH LAWRENCE COLLEGE in New York invites you to check them out at: www.sarahlawrence.edu/counselors
7. DARTMOUTH INFORMATION SESSION is scheduled for Sunday, October 27, at 2:00 p.m. at Clayton High School, 1 Mark Twain Circle, St. Louis. To RSVP or for more information, visit: www.dartmouth.edu/admissions/nearyou
8. BAKER UNIVERSITY in Baldwin City, Kansas, offers several VISIT DATES this Fall: November 1, November 2, November 11. Register at: www.bakerU.edu/visitbaker Baker has over 32 Major Programs with scholarships that range from $1000 to $11,000. Learn more at: www.bakerU.edu/apply
9. STATE FAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE offers COLLEGE 101 for students interested in finding out more about what State Fair has to offer. The event runs from 8:30 until 2:00 p.m. on the following dates: November 13, February 12, March 12, and April 9. To schedule your visit, contact the Admissions Office at 660-530-5833 or admissions@sfccmo.edu
10. THE COLLEGE OF SAINT MARY MAGDALEN in Warner, New Hampshire, is a residential, Catholic liberal arts college. To learn more, visit: www.Magdalen.edu
11. THE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL MISSOURI offers a variety of VISIT DATES . To schedule your personal or group campus visit, go to: www.ucmo.edu/visit
12. SETON HALL UNIVERSITY in South Orange, New Jersey wants students to know that they can attend Seton Hall, one of the nation’s leading Catholic universities, with a $22,500 tuition reduction, making Seton Hall education as affordable as a public university. To qualify, you must have a minimum 27 ACT and be in the top 10 percent of your class. To learn more and meet the December 15 deadline, check out: www.shu.edu/go/ptr

SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS:
1. THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME PRE-COLLEGE SUMMER PROGRAM have been announced: SUMMER SCHOLARS PROGRAM is for rising high school juniors and seniors and is a two week program that introduces students to college-level academics in fields ranging from the liberal arts to the sciences and business. The application deadline is January 13, 2014. LEADERSHIP SEMINARS is a 10 day, ALL EXPENSES PAID program for rising seniors who wish to hone their critical thinking and expressive skills in the company of dynamic peers. The application deadline is January 27, 2014. STUDY ABOARD-ROME, ITALY is a 12 day program which will immerse students in the lived history and culture of the Eternal City. For rising seniors only. The application deadline is December 13, 2013. FOR DETAILS and applications for each of these programs, visit: www.precollege.nd.edu or email: precoll@nd.edu
2. THE SUMMER TALENT ACADEMY FOR PROFESSIONS IN HEALTH (STAPH) July 6-13, 2014 is a collaborative effort between Truman State University, AT Still University of Health Sciences, and the Area Health Education Centers in northeast Missouri. STAPH aims to educate students about careers in health care and to provide a jump-start to a future in medicine, nursing, and allied health professions. STAPH offers talented students a head start on their future by allowing them to spend a week on campus exploring high-tech health facilities, simulations, and a working cadaver lab. Requirements are a 3.25 GPA and 3.5 GPA in science courses. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE NOMINATED, see Mrs. Flowers in the counseling office. The nomination deadline is November 15. The cost is $800 for the week and SCHOLARSHIPS are available. Brochures can be found in the counseling office with extra details.
ALL STUDENTS:
1. MY ENERGY GATEWAY offers an opportunity for students to investigate careers in the field of ENERGY. www.Myenergygateway.org provides a comprehensive list of colleges and technical institutions that offer degrees and certification in alternative energy, energy efficiency, sustainability, green building design and more. Scholarships, internships, job options and an extensive industry resource list are also included.
2. NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY MUSIC CAMP runs from June 15-20, 2014. This is a camp available to junior high through high school students interested in perfecting their ability in instrumental performance, band, show choir, composition, etc. Scholarships are available. For more information, visit: www.nwmissouri.edu/finearts/music/camp or email: music@nwmissouri.edu
3. ZOMBIE SCHOLARS ACADEMY June 22-29 is held on the Truman State University Campus. Zombie Academy is a unique academic program that takes the unprecedented interest young people have in the fiction of a “zombie apocalypse” and turns that creative energy into a vehicle for learning about some of society’s most pressing needs. Cost is $800 for the week with SCHOLARSHIPS available. You must be nominated for this program, See Mrs. Flowers in the counseling office if interested. The nomination deadline is November 15. Brochures are available in the counseling office.



2013-2014 COUNSELING OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 30, 2013
MISSOURI CONNECTIONS is an EXCELLENT online program offered to all Missouri residents. Missouri Connections allows for investigation into CAREERS, COLLEGES, FINANCIAL AID, AND PERSONAL ASSESSMENTS. The information found on Missouri Connections is very up to date and accurate. Log in to Missouri Connections at: www.MissouriConnections.org Username: Helias Password: 2viewmoc
ACT PREP CLASS offered by Julie Berhorst—details for the October classes are available in the counseling office. For more information, visit: www.jcactprep.com or contact Julie at: berhorst@gmail.com
THE MISSOURI HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION encourages students who are considering careers in HEALTH CARE to visit their website to learn more about the world of careers in HEALTH RELATED AREAS: visit: www.missourihealthcareers.com
SENIORS:
1. DAVIDSON COLLEGE, in Davidson, North Carolina offers the JOHN MONTGOMERY BELK SCHOLARSHIP which recognizes and rewards students of demonstrated superior intellectual and personal achievement and significant leadership ability. Eight Belk Scholarships are awarded which covers approximately $54,000 in college costs. HELIAS MAY NOMINATE ONE SENIOR FOR THIS AWARD. If you would like to be considered, let Mrs. Flowers know by October 18. You can learn more about Davidson College at: www.davidson.edu
2. ILLINOIS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC has set its audition dates for October 14, November 9, January 11, February 8, and February 22. Music Scholarships can range from $10,000-$20,000 per year. To learn more, visit: www.iwu.edu/music
3. BOSTON UNIVERSITY, in Boston, Massachusetts, offers the BOSTON UNIVERSITY TRUSTEE SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION. Each scholarship covers full undergraduate tuition and fees for four years. Nominations, essays, and applications must be submitted by December 1, 2013. Applications and nomination forms are available online at: www.bu.edu/admissions/trustee
4. FIRESIDE ESSAY CONTEST carries with it a $1000 award given to 5 recipients. HELIAS MAY NOMINATE ONE ESSAY FOR THIS AWARD. The topic for the essay is “How is your religious education influencing your life?” Rules are available in the counseling office with a November 15 deadline.
5. TRUMAN STATE UNIVERSITY encourages prospective students to apply by December 1 and to fulfill university scholarship requirements by December 1 as well in order to ensure fullest consideration for competitive scholarship awards. To learn more, visit: http://admisisons.truman.edu
6. AES ENGINEERS SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE is October 4. The scholarship is worth $500 and requires an essay . The application and essay topic can be found at: http://www.aesengineers.com/scholarships.htm
7. THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-COLUMBIA has announced a variety of SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES for the incoming class of 2014. Scholarships range from $1000-$10,000 per year. The Scholarship Priority deadline is December 1. The scholarship application can be found at: www.scholarships.missouri.edu
8. THE ELKS NATIONAL FOUNDATION MOST VALUABLE STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP carries values from $4000 to $60,000 and is based on SCHOLARSHIP, LEADERSHIP, and FINANCIAL NEED. The application deadline is December 6. Applications are available at: www.elks.org/enf/scholars. Or at the Elks Lodge, 901 Ellis Blvd. from 2-8 p.m. daily.
9. WENDY’S HEISMAN AWARD is available to seniors who have at least a “B” grade average and participate in at least one school-sponsored sport. The application deadline is October 2. To apply, visit: www.Wendysheisman.com
10. LINN STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE offers a variety of SCHOLARSHIPS; for details, visit: http://www.linnstate.edu/admissions/scholarships/index.php
JUNIORS AND SENIORS:
1. NEW WEBSITE: www.CollegeXpress.com allows you to explore 4,000 colleges, get answers to admission questions, and search over $7 billion in scholarships. Students who register or request information will be automatically entered to win a $10,000 scholarship.
2. THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO COLLEGE INFORMATION SESSION is scheduled for Tuesday, October 15, at 6:30 p.m. RSVP at: https://prospects.uchicago.edu/uchicagovisits or call 773-702-8650.
3. BROWN UNIVERSITY, in Providence, Rhode Island, is hosting an INTRODUCTION TO BROWN UNIVERSITY session on October 9, at 7:00 p.m. at Mary Institute and Saint Louis Country Day School, Olson-Hall-Presentation Room, 101 N. Warson Road, St. Louis, MO 63124. To register, visit: brown.edu/go/brownnearyou
4. DUKE UNIVERSITY is sponsoring an INFORMATION SESSION on October 17, at 7:00 p.m. at Clayton High School, 1 Mark Twain Circle, St. Louis. For more information, visit: admiss.ugrad.duke.edu/discover-duke
5. FASHION INSTITUTE OF DESIGN AND MERCHANDISING offers 4 CALIFORNIA campuses that offer degrees in: DESIGN, FASHION MERCHANDISING, BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, VISUAL COMMUNICATION, INTERIOR DESIGN, GRAPHICS, DIGITAL MEDIA, TEXTILES. To learn more visit: www.fidm.edu
6. COLUMBUS COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN offers programs in ADVERTISING, GRAPHIC DESIGN, ANIMATION, CINEMATIC ARTS, FASHION DESIGN, FINE ARTS, ILLUSTRATION, INTERIOR DESIGN, PHOTOGRAPHY, ETC. To learn more, visit: www.ccad.edu/my/viewbook
7. THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, in Washington, D.C., is hosting an INFORMATION SESSION on October 22, in St. Louis. To learn more and register, visit: http://gwapplication.gwu.edu



ALL STUDENTS:
1. 2014 JOHN F. KENNEDY PROFILE IN COURAGE ESSAY CONTEST is a $1000 to $10,000 competition award opportunity. Students are asked to write an original and creative essay of 1000 words or less that demonstrates an understanding of political courage as described by John F. Kennedy in Profiles in Courage. The competition also awards an expense-paid trip to Boston. The deadline for submission January 6, 2014. To learn more and submit an essay, visit: www.jfklibrary.org
2. THE CIVIL AIR PATROL is an organization which works with high school students who may have an interest in the Air Force. The local Civil Air Patrol corp meets in Columbia and is under the direction of Capt. Carl Jantz. If interested, you may contact him at 573-673-7555 or email: crjantz@gmail.com A web site to check out The Civil Air Patrol is: http://www.cmcscap.com
3. WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY in St. Louis HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER EXPERIENCES allows you to enroll in two undergraduate courses while living on campus for five weeks. Get a jump start on exploring careers and majors in MEDICINE, WRITING, ENGINEERING, LEADERSHIP, and more. To learn more, visit: summerexperiences.wustl.edu
4. MIZZOU ENGINEERING HIGH SCHOOL WEEKEND is scheduled for October 11 and 12. This is a great opportunity to discover what Mizzou has to offer to an ENGINEERING minded student. To learn more and how to register, visit: http://engineering.missouri.edu/k-12/
5. LINN STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE EVENTS include Tours and Testing events for students of all ages. To learn more about the calendar of events, visit: www.linnstate.edu


COUNSELING OFFICE ANOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 9, 2013
WARNING: There is an app called “Ask” that students are using that seems to be a prime location for cyber-bullying and inappropriate material. To learn more, visit: http://www.webwise.ie/AskFMExplained.shtm
ACT PREPARATION is available through FOCUS ON LEARNING in Columbia: 573-875-5187 www.focusonlearningcenter.com or through JULIE BERHORST at 573-690-7056 or www.jctestprep.com
SENIORS WHO PLAN TO PARTICIPATE IN A COLLEGIATE SPORT at the Division 1 or Division 2 levels are required to register with the NCAA CLEARINGHOUSE. To do so, follow all the directions at: www.eligibilitycenter.org REMINDER: YOUR ACT SCORE MUST BE SENT DIRECTLY TO THE NCAA CLEARINGHOUSE USING THE ACT CODE: 9999
MID MISSOURI COLLEGE FAIR at the HEARNES CENTER in Columbia is scheduled for September 25 from 9-11 a.m. To learn more, call Rock Bridge Guidance Office at 573-214-3111.
ROTARY YOUTH EXCHANGE can be a short or long term exchange program in a variety of countries. The selection process begins as early as NOVEMBER. If interested, check out: www.rotary.org/en/start-exchange Scroll down to the second page and there will be a section explaining how you can apply for the exchange program. You must be at least 15 years old to participate.
LINDENWOOD UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP SPEAKER INSTITUTE invites all to attend a September 26 , 3:00 p.m., presentation by STEPHEN MOORE, a leading economist. The topic will be: How America Can Remain Number One. For more information, visit: www.lindenwood.edu/HammondInstitute or RSVP to rlamp@lindenwood.edu or 636-949-4424.
NATIONAL COLLEGE FAIR is scheduled for Sunday, October 20, from 12:00-4:00 p.m. at St. Louis University-Simon Recreation Center. This is a FREE program that is open to the public. Admission representatives from hundreds of colleges and universities are available to speak with students one on one. You are encouraged to register for this National College Fair online at: www.gotomyncf.com
JOB CORPS is seeking new applicants ages 16 to 24 for its national career training and education program at 125 campuses across the country. This is an ideal opportunity to gain education, career training, and employability skills for eligible low-income individuals. To learn more, call 1-800-733-5627.
AMERICAN HERITAGE GIRLS is a Christ centered leadership and character development ministry available to girls ages 14-18. Meetings are held the first and third Thursday, September through May, from 6:00-7:30p.m. at Capital West Christian Church Event Center, 1315 Fairgrounds Road, J.C. For more information, contact Julie Glaser at 353-9679 or at julieg@jeffcityahg.org Learn more about American Heritage Girls at: www.jeffcityahg.org
ST. MARY’S HEALTH CENTER MEDICAL EXPLORER MEETING is scheduled for Monday, October 7, at 7:00 p.m. in the St. Mary’s Board Room. This is a wonderful organization to belong to that allows you to LEARN ABOUT THE VARIOUS AREAS OF MEDICINE.
SENIORS:
1. LINN STATE OFFERS A VARIETY OF SCHOLARSHIPS that can be found at: http://www.linnstate.edu/admissions/scholarships/index.php Most scholarship deadlines are February 15.
2. PURDUE UNIVERSITY WOMEN IN ENGINEERING PROGRAM invites SENIORS to attend a FREE daylong event called: “Seniors Exploring Engineering at Purdue!” The event is scheduled for Monday, October 14, from 8:00-4:30. Registration is online at: www.purdue.edu/wiep Look under “News & Events”.
3. SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY has enhanced their SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM . Applicants are encouraged to apply by December 1 to take advantage of all scholarship opportunities. To learn more, visit: http://www.semo.edu
4. THE UNIVERSITY OF TULSA CAMPUS VISIT PROGRAM FOR SENIORS has been set for October 14, and November 10-11. To register, call 1-800-331-3050 or visit: www.utulsa.edu/admission/visits
5. QUESTBRIDGE SCHOLARSHIP connects outstanding low-income high school seniors with admission and full four-year scholarships to particular colleges. Most finalists are in the top 10% of their class, come from households earning less than $60,000 annually for a typical family of four. You can find the selection criteria, as well as profiles of finalists and scholarship recipients at: www.questscholarsnetwork.org The online application is due on September 27. A list of participating institutions can be found at: www.questbridge.org/partner-colleges/overview-listing
6. AMERICAN LEGION SCHOLARSHIPS are available to students under the age of 21, unmarried and a descendant of a veteran with at least ninety days active service in the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines or Coast Guard, who received an Honorable Discharge for such service. A descendant is defined as any child, grandchild or great grandchild of a veteran. Applications are available online at: www.missourilegion.org with an April 20 deadline. There are at least 6 different scholarships associated with the American Legion—2 connected to Boys State and Girls State participants.
7. NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY offers a variety of scholarships to MISSOURI RESIDENTS. To learn more, visit: www.nwmissouri.edu/finaid/
8. NATIONAL CO-OP SCHOLARSHIP will award 160 merit scholarships for a total value of $4,100,000. These merit co-op scholarships will be awarded to high school seniors who plan to participate in college cooperative education at one of the Partner Institutions: Clarkson University, State University of New York Oswego, Drexel University, University of Cincinnati, Johnson and Wales University, University of Massachusetts Lowell, Rochester Institute of Technology, the University of Toledo, and Wentworth Institute of Technology. To learn more, visit: www.waceinc.org The application deadline is February 14.
9. COME AND SEE WEEKEND FOR SENIORS at the Congregation of Holy Cross on Notre Dame Campus is scheduled for October 3-5 and tentatively November 7-9. For more information, visit: www.holycrossvocations.org
10. CHANCELLOR’S SCHOLARSHIP at Missouri University of Science and Technology (Rolla) is valued at $12,000 per year, renewable. You must have a GPA of 3.75 or better or be in the upper 10% of your graduating class. You must have an ACT of 31 or better before or after the October 26 test. To apply for the scholarship, apply for admission online prior to November 1. There is an additional Chancellor’s scholarship application and an essay required which can be found at: scholarships.mst.edu For more information, visit: sfa.mst.edu/chancellors
11. IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY has established special awards for Missouri residents. To learn more, visit: financialaid.iastate.edu/scholarships
12. BENEDICTINE COLLEGE in Atchison, Kansas, invites students and parents to Raven Day. Raven Days have been scheduled for September 20, October 4, October 18, November 15, and December 6. To learn more and RSVP, visit: www.benedictine.edu/apply/visit/raven-day
13. MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY TRIO STUDENT SUPPORT PROGRAM offers academic advising, financial assistance, study skills support and cultural enrichment and self-improvement activities. FIRST GENERATION COLLEGE students may qualify for this special program. You are considered a first-generation college student if neither of your parents graduated with a Bachelors degree from a 4 year institution. For more information and details on the TRIO program, call 417-836-6220.
JUNIORS AND SENIORS:
1. SETON HALL, in New Jersey, has announced it’s upcoming OPEN HOUSES for October 20, November 24 and February 16. To learn more and register, visit: www.shu.edu/visiting
2. CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY in Pittsburg invites students to VISIT THEIR CAMPUS. Register for a visit at: www.admission.enrollment.cmu.edu/pages/visit
3. MISSOURI SOUTHERN STATE UNIVERSITY DISCOVERY DAYS are days set aside to discover more about Missouri Southern and their programs and scholarships. To schedule a tour or register, call 417-625-9365 or tours@mssu.edu or visit: www.mssu.edu/admissions
4. NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY offers a variety of VISIT DATES to both JUNIORS AND SENIORS . To set a date and time, visit: www.nwmissouri.edu
5. THE CONGREGATION OF HOLY CROSS in collaboration with the University of Notre Dame and Holy Cross College OFFER THE OLD COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATE SEMINARY for undergraduate men who are considering a vocation to the religious life or priesthood. If you would like to learn more, visit: oldcollege.nd.edu
6. KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY has announced its VISIT DATES for October 21, October 25, October 28, November 1, November 4, November 11, November 18, December 6 and December 9. To schedule one of these dates or your own personal tour, call 1-800-432-8270.
7. STEPHENS COLLEGE has announced its Campus Visit dates for September 14, November 8-9, November 15-16 (scholars weekend) For more information and to schedule a visit, go to: www.stephens.edu/visit or call 1-800-876-7207.


ALL STUDENTS:
1. THE AMERICAN LEGION ORATORICAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM exists to increase students’ knowledge of the Constitution of the United States, to develop the ability to think and speak clearly, and to promote the rights and responsibilities of American citizenship. STATE FINALISTS will receive scholarship certificates for $2000, $1800, $1600 and $1400 redeemable after graduation to be used at any college. Also, some colleges, INCLUDING LINDENWOOD UNIVERSITY, will grant substantial scholarships to all participants who reach the District contest. The state deadline is November 30. Application details are available in the counseling office or you can request from: programs@missourilegion.org
2. EAGLE SCOUT OF THE YEAR NOMINATION is being sought through the American Legion. Scholarships are part of the recognition. The application deadline is March 1, 2014. The application is available in the counseling office.
3. 2014 PRUDENTIAL SPIRIT OF COMMUNITY AWARDS provides an ideal opportunity to celebrate the spirit of VOLUNTEERISM throughout the student body. ALL STUDENTS who have taken part in COMMUNITY SERVICE ACTIVITIES over the past year are encouraged to complete an application at: http://spirit.prudential.com or at www.nassp.org/spirit
HELIAS can nominate ONE STUDENT from those applications submitted. Applications are due by November 5. Scholarships are available that begin at $1000.
4. MISS MISSOURI TEEN USA PAGEANT is scheduled for November 8-10. Miss Missouri Teen USA and Lindenwood University join together to make over $2.5 million in scholarships available. Entrants must be between the ages of 14 and 18 as of February 1, 2014. Applications are available in the counseling office with an October 1 deadline.
5. THE WYMAN S. BASINGER VFW “VOICE OF DEMOCRACY” contest is a national audio-essay competition held annually. The contest theme is “Why I’m Optimistic About Our Nation’s Future”. The competition begins at the local level with winners advancing to district, state and national levels. Contest rules, forms and guidelines can be found at: www.vfw.org/community/VoiceofDemocracy The deadline for the entries is Friday, November 1.


 
COUNSELING OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 19, 2013
STUDENTS WHO PLAN TO PARTICIPATE IN A COLLEGIATE SPORT AT THE DIVISION 1 OR DIVISION II LEVELS ARE REQUIRED TO REGISTER WITH THE NCAA CLEARINGHOUSE. TO DO SO, FOLLOW ALL THE DIRECTIONS AT: WWW.ELIGIBILITYCENTER.ORG REMINDER: YOUR ACT SCORE MUST BE SENT DIRECTLY TO THE NCAA CLEARINGHOUSE USING THE ACT CODE: 9999
ACT PREP CLASSES once again being offered by JULIE BERHORST. To learn more, e-mail Julie at: berhorst@gmail.com or call 690-7065. Registration forms are also available in the counseling office.
PERSONALIZED TUTORING service available for one-on-one tutoring with Heather L. Mosely Linhardt, PhD. For more information, contact Heather at: 573-291-0423 or at: hmledcounsulting@gmail.com
AIR FORCE ACADEMY AND ROTC APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED through December 1, 2013 for ROTC and through January 31, 2014 for an academy nomination. An academy nomination can be worth $500,000 in scholarships with an ROTC Scholarship worth about $100,000. To learn more, visit: www.academyadmissions.com and/or www.afrotc.com
COLUMBIA COLLEGE in Jefferson City, is now offering juniors and seniors an opportunity to take some of their classes for college credit which may later be used toward their college degree. You must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 to be admitted and an ACT in the upper 50th percentile or be in the upper 50% of your class. To learn more, visit: www.ccis.edu/jeffcity or call 634-3250.
MID-MISSOURI COLLEGE FAIR at the HEARNES CENTER in Columbia, is scheduled for September 25 from 9-11 a.m. To learn more, call Rock Bridge Guidance Office at 573-214-3111.
SENIORS:
1. SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY has announced their VISIT DATES for: October 5, November 16, February 15, February 17, and March 29. To learn more, visit: www.semo.edu and click on Visit. SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE IS DECEMBER 1, 2013.
2. MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY SHOWCASE 2013 is scheduled for Saturday, November 2. This is a popular open house for prospective high school juniors, seniors, transfer students and their families. To register by October 30, visit: www.missouristate.edu/sc
3. MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY OFFERS A VARIETY OF FRESHMEN SCHOLARSHIPS all of which can be accessed through: www.missouristate.edu/FinancialAid or by calling 1-800-283-4243. For example: The Presidential Scholarship, University Scholarship, Board of Governors Scholarship, Provost Scholarship, Dean’s Scholarship, Multi-Cultural Leadership Scholarship, etc. ALL OF THESE SCHOLARSHIPS have December 1 deadlines…..so it is important that you get the application submitted prior to this date.
4. WILLIAM AND ELIZABETH DANFORTH SCHOLARS PROGRAM at WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY in St. Louis is looking for STUDENTS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN ATTENDING WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. Helias may nominate students for this special award and scholarship. If you would like to be nominated, please see your counselor no later than October 1, 2013.
5. HORATIO ALGER ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP provides financial assistance to students throughout the nation who have financial need and have exhibited integrity and perseverance in overcoming personal adversity. The scholarships range from $5000 to $20,000. You may apply online at: www.horatioalger.org/scholarships Applications are available online from August1-October 25.
6. THE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL MISSOURI offers an ATHLETIC TRAINING EDUCATION PROGRAM with many scholarships available. To learn more, visit: www.ucmo.edu/at.ucmo.edu/kinesiology or you may call: 660-543-4256.
7. WENDY’S HIGH SCHOOL HEISMAN PROGRAM is available to seniors who have at least a “B” average and participate in at least one school-sponsored sport. The registration deadline is October 2. To learn more and apply, visit: www.WendysHeisman.com
8. HERITAGE COLLEGE is Kansas City’s local CAREER COLLEGE offering a variety of allied health programs designed to lead to careers in the field of THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE, X-RAY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN-MEDICAL ASSISTANT, ESTHETICS, HOSPITAL AND HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT, PERSONAL TRAINER, OR PHARMACY TECH. For more information, visit: www.heritage-education.com
9. MISSOURI S&T in Rolla, invites you to check out their Department of Business and Information Technology department. To learn more, visit: www.bit.mst.edu or email: housem@mst.edu
JUNIORS AND SENIORS:
1. KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY MATHEMATICS is rated one of the best in the country. To learn more, visit: www.math.ksu.edu or contact Dr. Thomas Muenzenberger at: ugmath@math.ksu.edu
2. TRINITY COLLEGE in Hartford, Connecticut , invites you to take a look at their programs. Visit: www.trincoll.edu
ALL STUDENTS:
1. THE NATIONAL YOUNG ARTS FOUNDATION identifies and supports the next generations of artists. This organization is especially for: ACTORS, DANCERS, FILMMAKERS, MUSICIANS, PHOTOGRAPHERS, SINGRS, VISUAL ARTISTS, WRITERS in grades 10-12. Applicants are eligible for up to $10,000 in awards along with other honors. Applications can be found at: www.youngarts.org/apply with an October 18 deadline. Questions? 1-800-970-2787.

AS YOU CAN SEE, THERE ARE A LOT OF SCHOLARSHIPS TO APPLY FOR…………ALL SCHOLARSHIPS WILL BE LISTED ON THE COUNSELING WEBSITE AS THEY ARE RECEIVED. IN ADDITION, ALWAYS CHECK WITH YOUR EMPLOYER TO SEE IF THEY SPONSOR SCHOLARSHIPS AS WELL AS CHECKING TO MAKE SURE YOU APPLY FOR SCHOLARSHIPS THROUGH YOUR UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE/TECHNICAL SCHOOL AS WELL AS FREE SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH PROGRAMS LIKE: WWW.FASTWEB.COM


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