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Lynn English Hall of Fame Nomination Form

Click Hall of Fame to download the form

April 25, 2017 – New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) Summer Camp

For an application, click NEIT

For an application, click NEIT

April 24, 2017 – Lynn English Golf Tournament Scholarship Fundraiser

April 19, 2017 – Bridgewell PAID Summer Internship Opportunity

Bridgewell is offering a fantastic opportunity for a PAID internship over the summer.  It is for students who will be graduating this year or those who will be becoming seniors in the fall. Typically, students interested in the Health & Human Service fields find this internship very appealing.  Bridgewell will be setting up interviews over the next couple weeks and would love to add some of Lynn English’s student to the list.  The below brochure explains what Bridgewell does and what the internship can offer as well as a pre-screening form that students can complete and send back (via email to [email protected] or fax 781-596-4135) to be considered for an interview.

April 19, 2017 – 19th Annual H.A.L.T. Event

April 12, 2017 – Job Fair

April 10, 2017 – Early College Program @ North Shore Community College

April 10, 2017 – FREE Public Health Museum Summer Opportunity

April 5, 2017 – Disney Dreamers Academy

This year’s Disney Dreamers Academy is already underway, but we’re preparing for our next event now. Visit the Dreamer News page for information about our upcoming Disney Dreamers Academy. Potential Dreamers may apply for a chance to be one of 100 students selected to participate in the program. Students must be between the ages of 13–19, live in the United States, and be enrolled in high school grades 9–12 when applying.

Disney seeks students with a winning combination of attributes that reflect strong character, positive attitude, and persistence to take advantage of opportunities.

Key Attributes:

  • Intellectually curious – Creative and quick-witted
  • Compassionate – Gives to others who need their assistance
  • Courageous – Overcomes obstacles, brave, spirited, survivor
  • Leader – The “go-to” person, pursues ideas with passion


Attitude:

  • Dreams about their future
  • Positive approach to life
  • Grateful and humble
  • Takes advantage of resources


Does this sound like someone you know? We’re looking for Dreamers for next year’s Disney Dreamers Academy, so they can get the tools to help make their dreams come true. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for updates.

April 5, 2017 – Girls Inc.’s “Beach Sisters” Program

March 28, 2017 – Wendy’s Heisman Scholarship ( for current juniors )

March 23, 2017 – Puritan Lawn Essay Contest

March 23, 2017 – Triple-Impact Competitor Scholarship (for Juniors)

March 21, 2017 – Mass Bay Community College Open House

March 21, 2017 – Smith College’s Women of Distinction

March 20, 2017 – The Peterson School

March 20, 2017 – North Shore Community College FAFSA Help

March 20, 2017 – North Shore Community College Open House

March 20, 2017 – New England School of Photography (NESOP)

March 16, 2017 – Lynn Y.M.C.A. Open Mic

March 15, 2017 – NACAC Student Video Essay Contest (Juniors & Seniors)

$20,000 in scholarships to be awarded with $5,000 for the top-entry!  

The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) and its Inclusion, Access, and Success Committee are holding a video essay contest for 11th and 12th graders and community college students who attend Boston-area schools. The annual student video scholarship contest is held in conjunction with NACAC‘s national conference, which this year will be held Sept. 14-16 at The Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.

We encourage you to share this information with your high school counselors, community college advisors and admission professionals, and eligible students.

About the Contest: 

Students from all family income backgrounds and academic preparation are encouraged to apply.

Complete rules and instructions for entering can be found online. Deadline to submit is June 1.

Videos will be judged based on originality, creativity, quality and focus. Students’ submissions should be well-thought out and prepared—similar to the preparation that would go into writing a school paper—with the freedom to showcase their voice and talents. Students do not need to be an experienced videographer to submit an entry! No fancy camera equipment required. You can simply use a camera phone!

Need more information? Email us or call 703-299-6830.

March 15, 2017 – North Shore Community College New Student Acceptance Nights

All students that are accepted and are planning on attending NSCC in fall 2017 are invited to New Student Acceptance Night! All students that have been accepted for the fall will have an invitation sent to their homes in the next couple of weeks and will also have invites sent to their personal e-mail addresses. However, we encourage each of you to please share the following dates with your students and ask them to RSVP as soon as possible since these dates fill up quickly.

Students that attend one of the two New Student Acceptance Nights will have their orientation requirement waived and will be able to sign up for an appointment to register for classes that night!

The date for each New Student Acceptance Night is:

  • Tuesday, April 11, 2017
    Lynn Campus
    (Check-in starts at 4:45 pm)
  • Wednesday, April 26, 2017
    Danvers Campus
    (Check-in starts at 4:45 pm)

Again, RSVPs are required to attend each event. Students can do so by submitting their RSVP.

March 15, 2017 – North Shore Community College Open House

North Shore Community College will be hosting our Spring Open House event at our Lynn Campus on Saturday, March 25, 2017 at 9:30 am. We encourage you, your students— especially those juniors and seniors—and their families to join us for an excellent opportunity to learn more about the following:

  • The many resources available tostudents once they are enrolled here at NSCC including:
    • Clubs and Activities,
    • Academic Programs,
    • Internships, and
    • Much, much more!
  • Special “Hot Spot” Sessions focused on:
    • Early College and Dual Enrollment Offerings
    • Affordability—Specifically through the Commonwealth Commitment program and the all new North Shore Promise program
    • English as a Second Language course offerings, and
    • Student Financial Services

Also, students interested in applying to NSCC will have the opportunity to apply and be accepted on the spot if they bring their high school and/or college transcripts with them to the event.

For more information and for students to RSVP, please visit www.northshore.edu/openhouse.

We look forward to seeing you there!

March 13, 2017 – Northeastern University’s Marine Science and Mosaic Art Program

March 8, 2017 – Girls Inc’s Teen Leadership Academy

For an application, click Academy

For an application, click Academy

March 6, 2017 – FREE Biotechnology Academy

Requirements:

  • 18 – 28 years old with a high school diploma
  • Passion for science, particularly marine science
  • Application due date is March 15, 2017

March 2, 2017 – City of Lynn Summer Jobs

Lynn Parks & Recreation and Lynn Special Needs Camp

For more information and an application, click Jobs.

March 1, 2017 – Food Project Job Opportunities

February 28, 2017 – Camp Sachem (Saugus YMCA) Job Opportunities

For an application, click Sachem

For an application, click Sachem

February 28, 2017 – Prom Parent Night

For Parents of Juniors & Seniors ONLY

February 15, 2017 – Brandeis Global Youth Summit

The Brandeis Global Youth Summit—to be held June 25–July 1, 2017—welcomes students from across the U.S. and around the world, providing our talented attendees with the opportunity to challenge themselves, explore cutting-edge developments in medicine, and forge deep and lasting friendships with an enormously diverse group of their peers. Up to five outstanding students can be nominated from each school. Selected delegates for the Summit typically rank in the top 5-10% of their class, with a strong record of academic achievement. Guidance counselor nominations must be received no later than March 1, 2017. Your guidance counselor will need your email address, mailing address, phone number, and date of birth to complete your nomination online.

FAQs

Who may apply to the program? The program is available for qualified high school students who are currently freshmen, sophomores, and juniors and have demonstrated strong academic performance. To be considered for admissions, students must complete an application by the priority deadline of April 1, 2017.

What can students expect? The Global Youth Summit embodies the core aspects of a Brandeis education. Students can expect an intense academic experience (sample schedule), meaningful interaction with faculty, and access to outstanding speakers. Recent keynote speakers have included: Dr. John Lawrence, President, U.S. Board of Directors, Doctors Without Borders; Dr. Elazer Edelman, Director, Harvard-MIT Biomedical Engineering Center; Dr. Bohdan Pomahac, Director of Plastic Surgery Transplantation at Brigham & Women’s Hospital; Dr. Bruce Walker, Director of the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard; and Dr. George Daley, Co-Director of the Harvard Stem Cell Institute. Delegates visited top medical schools and hospitals and were able to interact with some of the most accomplished leaders in the field of medicine. Watch a video of a recent Summit delegation.

Is there a cost? Tuition for the program is $2,980 and it is inclusive of everything except for travel to Brandeis. Costs and resources.

Is there financial assistance? We offer full and partial need-based scholarships. Students must demonstrate need and submit a scholarship application by the March 15, 2017 deadline. We also offer a fund raising guide and a payment plan.

How many students may be nominated? Schools may nominate up to five students. We request nominated students have strong academic performance and an interest in the medical field. Delegates will typically rank in the top 5-10% of their high school class.

If interested, notify Mr. Wilkins in Guidance first so that he can keep track of interested students. Then, see your guidance counselor to nominate you.

February 14, 2017 – Massachusetts Life Sciences’ High School Apprenticeship Challenge

The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC) is excited to announce the launch of a new internship program for high school students! The High School Apprenticeship Challenge is an innovative program that facilitates and funds paid internship opportunities for high school students. The program subsidizes intern stipends for small businesses and academic researchers to enable them to hire paid interns. Host companies and research institutions will commit to providing a dedicated mentor and hands-on learning experience.

This internship program is modeled on a highly successful Internship Challenge for college students, which has been running year-round for eight years and placed nearly 2,800 students in internships with over 600 companies. Many of these companies are looking forward to hosting high school students in addition to the college students that they hire through our program.

They are now accepting applications from eligible students via their website. Students will sign up via a secure, password-protected, online portal and their information will be removed from the database after eight months (or once selected). Interns must be Massachusetts high school students that are at least 16 years old and currently in their sophomore, junior, or senior year. There is no application deadline, but internships will take place between June and August.

Applications will be made available to prospective host institutions that have completed the required registration form and have been approved by MLSC. Representatives from these organizations will review applications and reach out directly to candidates to inform them about the opportunity. Students are interviewed, hired, and paid directly by the employer. The MLSC provides the online portal for host institutions to connect with students, and reimburses hosts for intern stipends, but does not play any role in candidate selection or the internship itself.

The MLSC will reimburse eligible host institutions for intern stipends of up to $2,880 for students selected through the program (amount is based on a pay rate of $12/hour for 6 weeks).

For further details regarding this program, please visit our website: www.masslifesciences.com/programs/hsapprenticeship

February 6, 2017 – Questbridge College Prep Scholars Program

January 31, 2017 – New England High School Journalism Collaborative

Founded in 1987, the New England High School Journalism Collaborative has introduced hundreds of high school students to the field of journalism, through workshops and programs that let students work directly with professional reporters, photographers and editors from area newspapers. A longtime mission of the Collaborative has been to reach out to inner-city students to introduce them to newspaper careers and to help establish student newspapers in high schools throughout New England. The Collaborative’s key program is a week-long workshop from June 24th to July 1st during which a select group of students gather for a week and produce a laboratory newspaper. This is an all-expense paid program, sponsored in part by Regis College, and in partnership with The Boston Globe. Students are housed at Regis College and work on stories throughout Greater Boston. The workshop was co-founded and directed by the late Carole Remick, who once declared, “Regardless of color, creed, or nationality, this program will continue to serve as a platform for students from urban communities so that all different cultures will be represented in the media.” Students will work with professional reporters, photographers and designers from New England news organizations, including The Globe. They will learn to report, write and edit for a newspaper, and produce multimedia projects for a website. They will be sent out on assignments in the Boston area and will be exposed to working on a deadline to create their own newspaper.

Interested students can apply by filling out an online application at NEHSJC. Students also need to send a hard-copy transcript and teacher recommendation by mail. The deadline for applications is February 17, 2017.

 

Material should be mailed to:

NEHSJC

c/o New England Newspaper and Press Association

370 Common Street, Suite 319

Dedham, MA 02026

 

For more information on our organization, please visit our website at nehsjc.org.

January 27, 2017 – Centerboard Volunteer Opportunities

January 26, 2017 – Gregg House Youth Saturday Program ( Freshmen Targeted )

January 25, 2017 – Northeastern University’s Marine Science and Mosaic Art Program

January 24, 2017 – Boston University Summer Term Pre-College Programs

For more information, click BU.

January 19, 2017 – UMass Lowell Future Engineers Summer Camps

The Francis College of Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is excited to host two, overnight, week-long summer camps for high school students in July 2017. Discover the AMAZING world of Engineering through hands-on projects and interactions with students, faculty, staff and alumni! There is a fee, but full and partial scholarships are available. To view the 2016 brochure, which will be similar to the 2017 brochure, click Brochure. For more information, including full and partial scholarships, and to apply, click Future Engineers. To view the actual dates of the 2017 program, see below.

January 19, 2017 – United States Marine Corps Reserve

January 18, 2017 – Gregg House Youth Saturday Program ( Freshmen Targeted )

Any questions, email Neil Whittredge at [email protected]

January 13, 2017 – Girls Inc. Youth Employment

January 10, 2017 – Raw Arts

January 6, 2017 – Midterms Schedule

January 6, 2017 – Free M.I.T. Saturday Events

MIT hosts free events throughout the year on their campus.  The next scheduled event is “Your Developing Brain” at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, February 4th. This show will be presented by the MIT Brain and Cognitive Sciences Department. You can donate your live brain to science–volunteers from the audience will be able to assist with the on-stage demonstrations to illustrate how your brain works. After the stage show, there will be many different hands-on activity tables where kids can do their own experiments with various aspects of neuroscience.

There is also half-price, same-day admission to the MIT Museum for Science for Saturday attendees.

All of our Science on Saturday events on the MIT campus are free and open to all elementary, middle, and high school students, as well as their parents and teachers. They are sponsored by the MIT Museum and the Akamai Foundation. Parking and seating are limited, so we recommend that you arrive early. Attendees can park in either the West Garage (very close to the event) or Albany Garage (a ~10-15-minute walk from the event) provided they can pay the $8 flat fee with a credit card at either parking garage. Alternatively, attendees can take MBTA buses to the MIT Massachusetts Avenue stop (very close to the event) or the subway to either the Central or Kendall Square T stops (a ~20-minute walk from the event). For maps of the event and parking garage locations, please see go to our web page:

http://mitmuseum.mit.edu/program/science-saturday

The schedule for other events are as follows… all events are held from 10:00 a.m.-noon on the following Saturdays in MIT’s Kresge Auditorium, 48 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts :

February 4, 2017   Your Developing Brain

March 4, 2017        Chemistry

April 1, 2017           How the Internet Works

October 14, 2017    Biotechnology

December 2, 2017  Nuclear Science and Engineering

January 5, 2017 – 3rd Annual Free Throw Championship

January 4, 2017 – Harvard University One-Day Leadership Conference

On Saturday, January 28th, Harvard University is hosting Sponsr.Us Ignite 5, a free, one-day conference at Harvard University where high school students will come together and learn how they can be leaders within their communities. Through speakers and workshops, they aim to inspire students to make a difference by bringing their ideas into reality. Past speakers to this conference include Dan Koh, Chief of Staff of Boston, and David Chang, Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Harvard Business School. To register or learn more about the event, please visit https://sponsr.us/events/ignite5. There are only 100 spots available.

January 4, 2017 – Girls Inc. Tutoring Program

December 20, 2016 – Semper Fidelis All-American Program

Students chosen as Semper Fidelis All-Americans must first meet these minimum requirements:

  • Be a junior in high school
  • Have a GPA of at least 3.5
  • Be active in community service
  • Play a competitive team sport for your school
  • Hold a student of community leadership position
  • Secure a recommendation from a teacher, coach, community leader, etc.

For more information, including how to apply, click Semper Fidelis.

December 16, 2016 – Lifeguard Job Opportunities

!!! Must be 16 years old !!!

December 1, 2016 – National Grid Engineering Program ( for juniors )

Today’s statistics indicate that fewer students are pursuing engineering as a career choice during a time when many engineers are retiring and the demand for engineering talent is critical to the growth of many industries.  National Grid is pleased to announce it is now accepting applications for the 2017 Engineering Pipeline Program, the centerpiece of our U.S. initiative to mentor students toward a successful career in the energy industry.

Students selected for the Engineering Pipeline Program engage in a 6-year developmental journey with direct exposure to National Grid engineering projects including opportunities for job shadowing, paid internships and full-time employment upon graduation from college. Applicants must currently be in their junior year of high school, demonstrate a minimum GPA of 87%, provide evaluations from two teachers and submit a 250-word essay.  Highlights include:

  • Year 1:  Full tuition to weeklong “Intro to Engineering Academy” – Held during summer following High School Junior year
  • Year 2:  Full tuition to weeklong “Future of Engineering Academy” – Held during summer following High School Senior year
  • Years 3-5: Summer internship at National Grid
  • Year 6: Full-time career placement
  • Kindly note the application deadline of April 15, 2017.
  • If you have questions regarding the program, please contact Dan Cameron at (617) 513-5897.  Additional details found at the following link: https://www.nationalgridus.com/Our-Company/Careers/Engineering-Pipeline-Program.
  • For an application, click national-grid-application

December 1, 2016 – Bezos Scholars Program

Each year, 12 high school juniors from across the US, and one educator from each of their schools, are selected to become Bezos Scholars teams. Successful Student Scholar candidates are ambitious young people who bring academic achievement, energy, excellence and a desire to create positive change in their community. The Program kicks off with an all-expenses-paid scholarship to the Aspen Ideas Festival in Aspen, Colorado (June 24-30, 2017) for both Student Scholars and Educator Scholars. It is a power-packed week of seminars and informal meetings with global leaders, acclaimed thinkers and social entrepreneurs. Previous Scholars have met with Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, Twitter co-founder Biz Stone and New York Times columnist David Brooks, to name a few. In short, it is an incredible experience for both students and educators. For more information, click Bezos. If interested, please see Mr. Wilkins in the Guidance Department by 8:00 AM on Friday, January 13, 2017.

December 1, 2016 – Massachusetts Institute of Technology ( M.I.T. ) Engineering Programs

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November 21, 2016 – Lynn Fire Prevention Poster Contest

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November 18, 2016 – FREE Thanksgiving Day Dinners

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November 15, 2016 – Early College Program

For an application, click early-college-application

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For an application, click early-college-application

November 8, 2016 – Bank of America Student Leaders Program

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October 31, 2016 – Hirsch Landscaping is Hiring

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October 24, 2016 – Red Ribbon Week

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October 24, 2016 – FAFSA Day Massachusetts

For more information and to register, click FAFSA.

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For more information and to register, click FAFSA.

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For more information and to register, click FAFSA.

October 24, 2016 – Boston College’s BC Splash Program

Boston College Splash is a program that provides students grades 7-12 with a window into the college experience with full day of FREE classes taught by Boston College undergraduates! Courses range from “The Art of College Admissions” to “Basic American Sign Language” to “Colonizing Planet X”- and many, many more! All are welcome at BC Splash, where your students can foster a life-long enthusiasm for knowledge. We hope to see your students on BC’s campus and in class on November 13th! For more information and to register, click BC Splash.

October 17, 2016 – Bank of America Student Leaders Program

The Bank of America Charitable Foundation in Boston is pleased to announce that the 2017 Bank of America Student Leaders program will be open for applications from October 31, 2016 – January 27, 2017.  This signature philanthropic program that operates nationwide offers youth the opportunity to receive a paid, non-profit internship and to attend a weeklong conference in Washington, D.C. to learn about positive social change.  The program runs for 8 weeks each summer. High school juniors or seniors who are community-oriented and have a passion for non-profit work are strongly encouraged to apply. For more information, click Student Leaders.

October 17, 2016 – Leadership Training Institute (LTI) @ Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

The Leadership Training Institute is a mentorship program for high school students that focuses on developing leadership skills. The group was founded by and is run by undergraduate students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The program runs weekly during the spring semester, and focuses on teaching students the fundamentals of leadership and supplying them with the tools to make a difference in their own communities. Students also have the opportunity to become mentors themselves during the summer at MIT’s High School Studies Program (HSSP). If accepted, all students are awarded a full scholarship for the weekly 12-session program from February 2017 to May 2017.

LTI is currently recruiting students for our program this upcoming spring. Students who have strong leadership potential, self-motivation, passion for learning, and capability to overcome adversity apply are strongly encouraged to apply. Early bird applications are due on November 12th and Regular applications are due on December 7th. Applications can be found at http://lti.mit.edu/apply-2.

Feel free to browse the website (lti.mit.edu) or email them ([email protected]) for additional details about the program.

October 14, 2016 – Gregg House Seeking Volunteers

The Gregg Neighborhood House School-Age Program is looking for high school students to help volunteer at its afterschool program assisting the children with homework help. Interested students can visit the program at 106 Broad Street Lynn, MA 01902 (same street as NSCC) to inquire and fill out application.

October 11, 2016 – Harvard College Admissions Program

Prospective student applicants and their parents are invited to a Harvard College admissions program on Sunday, October 30th, beginning at 1:00 PM and concluding by 2:30 PM, at the Science Center Lecture Hall B. Tours will be available at the conclusion of the program. The goal is to provide Boston area high school students with an opportunity to learn more about Harvard College, the admissions process and financial aid policies and procedures. For information about parking, click Transportation.

October 11, 2016 – Curry College: Navigating the College Search for Students with Learning Differences

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October 11, 2016 – PSAT

The PSAT, a practice test for the SAT, will be administered to all sophomores and juniors on Wednesday, October 19th. Sophomores and juniors need to report to their Homerooms at 7:45 AM. October 19th is the only day all year that the PSAT is offered, so sophomoes and juniors need to be present and on time. Late students will not be admitted. Testing will end at 12:00 PM. The cafeteria will serve lunch from 12:00 PM to 12:30 PM. Freshmen and seniors will report to school and their Homerooms at 12:30 PM, unless they want to attend lunch in the cafeteria at 12:00 PM. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the PSAT coordinator, Mr. Keefe, at 781-477-7366, x-3418.

October 7, 2016 – Target is Hiring!!!

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October 6, 2016 – New England Service Academy Night

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September 28, 2016 – John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Essay Contest

To apply, click JFK.

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To apply, click JFK.

September 28, 2016 – All Care Hospice Community Service Hours

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September 28, 2016 – University of New Hampshire (UNH) Field Trip – NEW DATE

The Guidance Department is running a field trip to the University of New Hampshire on November 2nd. Permission slips are available in the Guidance Department or by clicking unh-permission-slip-2016. This field trip is for the first 46 juniors or seniors with a minimum 2.8 weighted GPA who return the permission slip to Mr. Wilkins by Friday, October 21st. Students who attended last year cannot attend this year. Students are responsible for making up all work that they miss. You should only be attending if you are sincerely interested in UNH and meet their admissions requirements.

September 27, 2016 – Coastal Studies for Girls in Maine

To apply, click Coastal.

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To apply, click Coastal.

September 27, 2016 – Lynn Youth Council Applications

For an application, click 2017-lynn-youth-council-application

The Lynn Youth Council invites applications to become a Youth Councilor. New Councilors will begin their duties in January, 2017. The Youth Council consists of up to 18 members, selected from male and female applicants aged 12 – 19 in each of the city wards and at-large.  Candidates who are able to make the Youth Council their top extracurricular priority are preferred.

GOALS:

  • Empower youth as a positive voice in the community
  • Seek input from youth regarding city issues and civic concerns
  • Promote youth participation in problem-solving and policymaking
  • Enlist youth support for city initiatives
  • Provide youth with direct experience of governance processes
  • Raise the image of youth in the city of Lynn

ELIGIBILITY:

  • Residence in Lynn
  • Age 12–19, in Middle School, High School or GED program.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Meet weekly on Thursdays from 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm. Meetings will be about 1 hour long and located at the LYNN YMCA.
  • Join at least one Youth Council sub-committee and meet at agreed upon times.
  • Attend a minimum of 2 school committee meetings and 2 City Council meetings each year.
  • If available, participate in summer civic engagement project.
  • Participate in training, orientation and other activities.
  • Conduct research, discuss issues and represent peers.
  • Meet with and make recommendations to the City Council and School Committee.
  • Serve for a one or two year term as determined appropriate by the advisors and selection committee.

For an application, click 2017-lynn-youth-council-application

September 26, 2016 – Health Professions Recruitment & Exposure Program (HPREP) at Harvard Medical School

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September 23, 2016 – North Shore Community College Open House (Danvers Campus)

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September 23, 2016 – Khan Academy’s Breakthrough Junior Challenge

Deadline is October 10, 2016. To apply, click Breakthrough.

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September 23, 2016 – Suicide Prevention Fundraiser

You can also donate by clicking Frawley.

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You can also donate by clicking Frawley.

September 22, 2016 – UMass Dartmouth “College Now / START Program”

An Alternative Admissions Program

For more information, click umass-college-now

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For more information, click umass-college-now

September 21, 2016 – Harvard University Prospective Student BBQ

If any seniors are applying, or thinking they may apply, to Harvard University, they are invited to attend the annual Harvard BBQ in Manchester on Rt. 127.

  • Sunday, October 9th (Columbus Day Weekend)
  • 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
  • 291 Summer Street (Rte 127) in Manchester.

Tom Hamel, Harvard College Admissions Officer, will speak to the students.

No RSVP required; however, if you plan on attending the BBQ, please inform Mr. Benecke in the Lynn English Guidance Department or Mike Durgin, the local chair of the Schools and Scholarship Committee. Mike’s email is [email protected]

September 21, 2016 – American Musical Dramatic Academy (AMDA)

AMDA is pleased to announce the 2017 National Audition Tour for admissions. For more than 50 years, AMDA has provided unsurpassed performing arts education to a diverse community of artists. They strive to create an environment for students to develop the skills, confidence, imagination and power to excel as artists, entrepreneurs, visionaries, lifelong learners and conscientious citizens of the world. For more information about AMDA, national tour dates, applying, and scholarships, click amda.

September 20, 2016 – Student Tutor Opportunity

In an effort to further serve those students who struggle in certain academic subjects, the Guidance Department is recruiting students with at least a weighted 3.0 GPA who would like to tutor. There is a greater need for tutors this year because Lynn English no longer has the adult tutors who worked for Educational Talent Search (ETS). The Guidance Department knows that many students are college-bound and are looking for or will be looking for community service hours and / or projects to include on college and scholarship applications. This volunteer opportunity may also interest those students who may become eligible for the National Honor Society. If interested, please complete the application – tutor-application – and return it to Mr. Wilkins in the Guidance Department. Hard copies are also available in the Guidance Department.

September 20, 2016 – Lappin Foundation’s Youth to Israel Adventure

The Lappin Foundation’s educational travel program called Youth to Israel Adventure is open to Jewish students who are currently sophomores and juniors in high school. The two-week trip to Israel, which will take place from July 2-16, 2017, is FREE. Every July, approximately 100 teens from the North Shore participate in this amazing adventure. For more information, click Lappin.

September 20, 2016 – Washington University in St. Louis Information Session

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September 20, 2016 – Discover Duke University

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September 20, 2016 – EF Global Citizenship Scholarship

DUE DATE = November 7, 2016

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In July 2017, recipients of our annual Global Citizen Scholarship will travel for free to our Global Leadership Summit addressing the Future of Food. Selected students will experience Europe through the lens of food and collaborate with other globally-minded students at the two-day leadership conference in Milan, Italy, to design solutions to help feed our growing world. To apply, click EF.

September 19, 2016 – Peabody High School College Fair

Visiting colleges are listed on the Peabody Veterans Memorial High School website.

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September 13, 2016 – FREE Stop & Shop / Lynn English Fundraiser

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September 13, 2016 – Holy Cross’ Diversity Weekend Experience

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September 13, 2016 – Springfield College’s Game Lab

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September 8, 2016 – Questbridge National College Match Program

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September 7, 2016 – ASVAB

On Tuesday, September 27th, the ASVAB will be administered at Lynn English High School from 8:00 AM until 11:30 AM. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program is a FREE comprehensive career exploration and planning program that includes a multiple-aptitude test battery, an interest inventory, and various career planning tools designed to help students explore the world of work. It is administered by the Department of Defense, but Lynn English signed a waiver that prevents the release of student information and results. The waiver also precludes the military from contacting any student because of his/her participation in the program. The Guidance Department believes that the results of the ASVAB will benefit juniors and seniors as they begin their college searches and post-graduate planning.  ASVAB representatives will return to Lynn English a few weeks after the test administration to assist participating juniors and seniors with interpreting their scores.  In order for a junior or senior to participate in this program, a parent’s / guardian’s permission is required. For a permission slip, open click permission-slip or obtain a permission slip from the shelving unit between the two secretaries in Guidance.

September 7, 2016 – Wynn Boston Harbor Building Trades Career Fairs

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September 7, 2016 – University of New Hampshire (UNH) Field Trip

The Guidance Department is running a field trip to the University of New Hampshire on October 19th. Permission slips are available in the Guidance Department or by clicking UNH Permission Slip 2016. This field trip is for the first 46 juniors or seniors with a minimum 2.8 weighted GPA who return the permission slip to Mr. Wilkins by Friday, October 7th. Students who attended last year cannot attend this year. Students are responsible for making up all work that they miss. You should only be attending if you are sincerely interested in UNH and meet their admissions requirements.

September 7, 2016 – Wesleyan University “Hamilton Prize for Creativity”

For more information and to apply, click Hamilton Prize for Creativity

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For more information and to apply, click Hamilton Prize for Creativity

September 7, 2016 – LEDA

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September 1, 2016 – Financial Aid Nights

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September 1, 2016 – Financial Aid College Fair for Lynn Students

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September 1, 2016 – Northeastern Marine Science Center Open House

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September 1, 2016 – Brandeis University SEED Fly-In Program

Founded on the principles of pluralism and inclusion, Brandeis University is a place where exceptional young minds from diverse backgrounds come together to form a unique and vibrant campus community. Our Students Exploring and Embracing Diversity (SEED) program will celebrate multiculturalism and social justice at our dynamic university. SEED attendees will stay on campus October 6-8 for specialized academic programming and community building.

As a SEED participant, you will have a chance to:

  • Meet distinguished faculty and current Brandeis student leaders
  • Experience college life in residences halls with current students
  • Develop a comprehensive understanding of the college admissions process
  • Attend an evaluative admissions interview to support your application to Brandeis

Full Travel Scholarships: Scholarships are available to cover your transportation costs to and from Brandeis. All meals and accommodations will be provided.

Eligibility: You must be a rising high school senior and currently reside in the United States to be eligible to attend SEED. Preference will be given to students who are underrepresented in higher education, which may include first-generation, low-income, and minority students.

Application: The application deadline is September 9. In order to submit your application, you must also provide your high school transcript and signed parent/guardian overnight form. Please apply online.

September 1, 2016 – Prudential Spirit of Community Awards – DUE DATE = November 8, 2016

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September 1, 2016 – Levine Scholars Program at UNC Charlotte

If interested in the below scholarship opportunity, see Mr. Wilkins.

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September 1, 2016 – Voices of Tufts Diversity Experience

If interested in this opportunity, see Mr. Wilkins first.

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September 1, 2016 – Tufts University Open Houses

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September 1, 2016 – M.I.T. Open Houses

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September 1, 2016 – Exploring Educational Excellence Information Sessions

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September 1, 2016 – Carnegie Mellon University – Boston Open House

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September 1, 2016 – Architecture / Design College Fair

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September 1, 2016 – Performing and Visual Arts College Fair

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Thursday, October 27th

7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Boston University – Fuller Building

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September 1, 2016 – Davidson College Athletic & Academic Scholarship Opportunities

If interested in either of these scholarship opportunities, see Mr. Wilkins first.

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September 1, 2016 – Trinity College (Hartford, CT) Preview Weekend

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September 1, 2016 – Women in Engineering Day at UConn

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July 28, 2016 – Wicked Local’s 7th Annual Regional College Fair

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