Category Archive: College and Career

Jan 06

College Admissions Notifications (What to do?)

Mrs. Liebe, our esteemed counselor, passes on some vital info in this season of college admissions: “Happy New Year greetings to you! I hope this email finds you healthy and well. College admission decision letters are rolling in on a steady basis for many students. This is both a highly anticipated and nerve-wrecking time for …

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Dec 16

Applications for 2017 National Youth Science Camp Delegates

Two Washington high school seniors will be selected to receive a scholarship to exchange ideas with scientists and other professionals from the academic and corporate worlds. The selected delegates must not only demonstrate academic achievement in science, but also show potential for thoughtful scientific leadership. Application materials are available on the NYSC website at http://apply.nysc.org and must …

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Nov 28

MIT Beaver Works Summer Institute

The Camas MST program is a member of the National Consortium of Specialized Secondary Schools. Through our membership in this program, you have the opportunity to take online coursework, as well as possibly get involved in their summer institute. Check it out: “We are excited to announce that NCSSS and MIT, with its unique engineering …

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Oct 03

WSU Offers New Program Construction Eng. Program

Sep 12

Washington Aerospace Scholars

  Washington Aerospace Scholars (WAS) is seeking high school juniors who wish to kick start their STEM careers and earn college credit! In WAS, students earn college credit by completing online curriculum that focuses on space travel. By completing the online program, students may earn acceptance into a week-long Summer Residency at The Museum of …

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Feb 04

Business After School Engineering Week!

Young adults, ages 16 to 24, interested in visiting local businesses and learning about careers in engineering have until February 16 to register for Business After School Engineering Week! MacKay Sposito is a sponsor. CID Bio-Science, Cowlitz Public Utilities District, Gibbs & Olson and SEH America are hosting two-hour events at their locations and will be providing company tours, hands-on activities …

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Dec 14

Kaiser Permanente Health Care Career Scholarship

“In 2008, Kaiser Permanente Northwest founded the Health Care Career Scholarship Program to help students in Oregon and Southwest Washington achieve their dreams of becoming health care professionals. Since then, Kaiser Permanente Northwest has invested more than $2.3 million in the program, including scholarship awards totaling more than $2 million. Scholarships are awarded annually to …

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Nov 09

College Admissions Context

In the ever intense academic world that students navigate, there are always challenges for both students and parents.  Here are a couple of resources from Mrs. Liebe, our MST counselor, that provide valuable context and insight: “Why Can Some Kids Handle Pressure While Others Fall Apart?” “Courageous Parenting- Admissions Anxiety: It’s Not Just a Problem for …

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Jun 05

College Readiness Resources

A few resources from our esteemed counselor, Mrs. Liebe: Mistakes HS juniors should avoid Unique scholarship opportunities Off-beat scholarships Student Athletic Scholarships College Athletic Admissions For even more resources, visit Mrs. Liebe’s Counseling Page on the MST Website.

May 27

Mentors Needed for GeoGirls Mt. St. Helens Program

Magnetos, see below for a cool opportunity to be a mentor (and get paid) for the new Mt. St. Helens GeoGirls camp this summer in August. Build that résumé and make a difference mentoring young ladies into science: “We are seeking your help in finding applicants to fill four high-school age mentor positions for the upcoming …

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