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High School Job Opportunities

City of Aurora – Office of Youth Development - Teen Job Fair

The Aurora Youth Commission is hosting a teen job & volunteer opportunities fair on Tuesday, March 4, 2014. Join us from 6:30-8:30pm to learn more about available teen jobs & volunteer opportunities in Aurora.

City of Aurora – Office of Youth Development - Youth Commission Taking Applications

The Aurora Youth Commission is currently taking applications. The Commission is looking for youth members between the ages of 14-20 years. To apply, go online to Boards and Commissions and complete the application or print and mail an application.

City and County of Denver- Office of Economic Development – Youth –Click here for information: Job Fair/Training Expo; Youth Events are held throughout the metro area. Please contact our office at 720-865-5700 for the most up to date information.

High School Scholarships

Langley Family Charitable Trust

(LFCT) is accepting applications to award scholarships to Colorado high school seniors. The deadline to receive completed applications is April 12. For more information or to receive an application, call 303-694-3126.



Kit Faragher Foundation Due 5/15 Amount: $2,500 Grade: 12 GPA: 2.50

Must be a student with positive attitude, strong commitment and drive toward accomplishment.

Must demonstrate financial need.

http://www.kitfaragherfoundation.org/


COMTO Scholarship Due 5/11 Amount: $6,000 Grade: 12

High School Students who plan to attend accredited four-year colleges and universities and major in the following or related

disciplines:


  • Archaeology and/or Cultural Resources

  • Architecture

  • Aviation

  • Civil, Chemical, Structural, Mechanical and/or Electrical Engineering

  • Computer Science

  • Construction Engineering Technology

  • Construction and/or Construction Management

  • Environmental Science and related Studies

  • Geology and/or Geotechnical Engineering

  • Public Information and Outreach Programs

  • Security Systems

  • Urban Planning

  • Vehicle Design and Maintenance

High School Students who plan to attend accredited technical schools or community colleges and major in the following or related

disciplines:



  • Construction

  • Computer Aided Design (CAD)

  • Heating and Air Conditioning (HVAC)

  • Electrical

  • Electronics

  • Hydraulics and/or Elevator Mechanics

  • Diesel Mechanics

Multiple scholarships are available ranging from $2,500 - $6,000

Please see the application for specific scholarship requirements. http://www.comto.org

The "Yes I Can - Achieve the Dream" Due: 5/27 Grade: 12

This is a scholarship sponsored by the Dr. MLK Colorado Holiday Commission for a deserving Colorado High School Senior that has at

times struggled academically, yet has demonstrated tremendous capacity and potential to succeed. Students must be actively

engaged in community service; be in good standing at their High School and have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 and not exceed 3.0

on a 4.0 scale. Two letters of recommendation are required, with one from a current or prior Educator and one from a community

service organization. An official transcript must be submitted with application along with your resume’ or bio.

http://www.drmartinlkingjrchc.org
Big Al's Formal Wear Due: 5/31 Amount: $1,000 Grade: 12

Must graduate from high school and complete Mister Neat's application. Please attach a 500 word essay describing your

educational goals and why Al’s Formal Wear should help you achieve them by investing in your education.

http://www.alsformalwear.com/scholarships.asp



Morgan Community College Scholarships Due: 6/1 Grade: 12TH and Undergraduate

Morgan Community College scholarships are competitive and recipients are selected based upon their qualifications. There is also

a New Student Scholarship Application or a General Scholarship Application. Most scholarships require students to be enrolled in a

degree or certificate program. General Scholarship Application is due by June 1st.

http://www.morgancc.edu/admissions/financial-aid/scholarships
Tuesday, October

Red Rocks Community College Scholarships Due: 5/30 Grade: 12TH & Undergraduate

To be considered for scholarships, a student must fulfill the following requirements: apply for admission to RRCC; be a Colorado

resident; be a U.S. citizen/eligible non-citizen; complete a scholarship application. See website for a detailed list of

scholarships, including deadlines and applications. Most of the Scholarship deadlines are June 4th. Check website periodically for

updates. http://www.rrcc.edu/scholarships/scholarships.html

Adams State College Colorado Due: varies Grade: 12TH & Graduate

The deadline for all Institutional and Foundation scholarships, including the Good Neighbor Scholarship and the First Generation

Scholarship, is March 1st. When applying for multiple scholarships, please submit a separate form for each one. Some scholarships have additional requirements such as letters of recommendation or letters detailing your goals and community service background.

http://www.adams.edu/finaid/specific_scholarships/specific_scholarships.php




Internships

Apply now!

The 2014 Teen Science Scholars Program is open to students who will be entering grades 10 –12 in the fall of 2013. Each applicant must demonstrate an interest in science through their application, essay, and interview as well as a letter of recommendation from a teacher or mentor. Students also should have leadership experience and good academic background.



Applications must be received by Monday, March 17, 2014.

To apply, submit a completed, signed application and answers to the essay questions enclosed. A letter of recommendation from a mentor or teacher must accompany your application. You will also be asked to participate in a personal interview with the selection committee. Interview dates and times are to be determined. Incomplete applications will not be accepted. We encourage students interested in science to apply, especially those who would be the first to attend college in their family and those from diverse communities.



CBSA Internship Program:

The CBSA Internship Program is open to students who to students who are working towards either an undergraduate or graduate degree. Each applicant must demonstrate an interest in science through their application, essay, and interview as well as a letter of recommendation from a teacher or mentor. Students also should have leadership experience and good academic background.



Applications must be received by Sunday, March 23, 2014 at 5 pm: To apply, submit a completed application and a personal essay. A letter of recommendation from a mentor or teacher must be sent separately directly from the recommender. Interview dates and times are to be determined. If accepted for an interview, please visit www.dmns.org/genetics to learn more about our research study and community-based lab prior to interview date. This is an unpaid internship and incomplete applications will not be accepted.

College Fair

Ethnic College Counseling Center is hosting a HBCU Campus Tour March 27- April 6. For more information or to register, call 303-423-6422or visit ECCC

Northrop Grumman High School Involvement Partnership (HIP) Program
We give aspiring engineers the chance to experience what engineering is all about! https://ngc.taleo.net/careersection/ngc_coll/jobdetail.ftl?job=250686&src=JB-10200

City of Commerce City - Undergraduate

Intern - Join the Engineering division of the Public Works Dept of Commerce City, a dynamic, diverse and family-friendly community with a growing future. We have two 40/hr week summer internship positions available for college students studying for a degree in Civil or Construction Engineering. http://www.c3gov.com/jobs.aspx?isEmployer=False&jobID=213



TW Telecom - Intern - Field Services Engineering Support

Department: This position resides in the Field Services Management department. This department contributes to tw telecom’s success by being responsible for the system inventory and physical deployment of Customer Premise Equipment (Routers/Switches) as they support our managed and CPE-based products. We also manage 3rd party partners/contractors responsible for the installation and maintenance of CPE in our "Out of Market" locations across the country

Duties & Responsibilities: As an intern in this group, overall, you’ll be responsible for information gathering, presentation preparation, process documentation, analyzing data, data and process/documentation clean-up and communication with Field Operations https://twtelecomats.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.dspjob&jobid=175302&company_id=16092&version=1&jobBoardId=1112

2014 City and County of Denver – Internships



2014 Internships are paid and/or unpaid internships opportunities with varied hours and length, but on average require a 12-16 week commitment with a minimum of 16 hours per week.


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