Students 15-18 years old can apply for a one year exchange program to Germany. Full scholarships are available. Application information can be found by clicking here. Due date to apply is January 15, 2017.
Students in grades 5-12 can apply for this award program which recognizes students that have distinguished themselves through community service. Applications must be completed by Nov. 8. Click here to apply.
The State of Alaska is seeking students ages 14-18 that are dedicated, resourceful, and creative, to advise the Alaska Division of Public Health on issues affecting teens such as substance abuse, violence, suicide, injury, teen pregnancy, nutrition, and fitness. You will collaborate on a statewide community action project. This is a great leadership opportunity. Submit your application by May 15th. The application can be found below.
This is a great opportunity for students in grades 9-12 to learn skills in career fields to include Outdoor Leadership, Culinary Arts, and First Responder with ETT Certification. Students also have the opportunity to take Drivers Education. You can earn 1.5 high school credits, and the program is free of charge! It is located in Anchorage, and dates of attendance are June 8 to July 1. Click on the two documents below for more information. Due May 6th!
Native American students in grades 9-12 can participate in this essay contest with a chance to win $2500 and an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C. Click here for further details on how to apply. Due April 30th.
Students currently in grades 8-12 can apply for this program that gives you the opportunity to float the Copper River from Chitina to Cordova June 27-July 8. Students also earn .5 high school credit for successful completion of the program. This is a tremendous opportunity that you won't want to miss! Application materials can be found below. Due March 30th.
Note: Students that have participated in the past can apply to be a student leader. See the student leader flyer below.
Color of Justice is a law-related education program for female and minority youth in grades 9-12 featuring workshops, mentoring events and hands-on learning activities designed to promote awareness about potential careers in law and the judiciary. It will run Feb. 25-26 in Anchorage.
To be eligible for consideration, students must be an ethnic minority and/or female, in grades 9 thru 12. Students are required to submit an online application that includes a Release of Liability Agreement signed by the parent/guardian, a stated willingness and ability to spend two days and one night away from home with travel to and from Anchorage, and identification of a confirmed host family in Anchorage.
The online application is available at www.anjc.org, click “Online Application.” More information regarding the program’s educational details, travel logistics, etc. are provided on the online application. Additionally, please visit the following link to watch a video that features Alaska Native voices and those from the judiciary, urging rural Alaska students to apply for one of the 40 spots: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G546py7rmYg&feature=youtu.be.
This contest is open to students in grades 6-12. It looks like a great opportunity to practice writing and learn more about our great state! Click here for further information.
Living a life of being drug, alcohol, and tobacco free is important for all of us--whether we are students, parents, aunts or uncles, or grandparents. To encourage our students to be free of any substance use, we are holding assemblies at our schools as part of National Red Ribbon Week. The Kenny Lake program will be Tuesday, October 20th (1115 am to 12 noon), the Glennallen program will be Wednesday, October 21st (1115 to 12 noon), and the Slana program will be Thursday, October 22nd (contact the school for specific times).
Attached please find important dates for counseling activities in the Copper River School District this year. For additional information regarding college and career testing, please see the attached document titled College & Career Testing. Please contact me with any questions!
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Be sure to check your GRADE LEVEL page for additional scholarships, awards, and opportunities.