Summer Programs 2018
During the summer, many colleges offer camps (both day and residential) that allow students to experience life on campus and explore career interests. These programs vary in cost depending on the length of the program and what is included--ranging from less than $300 to more than $5000. Some programs have scholarships available, but many are limited so apply early for the best chance!
Many of these programs are well known and very popular. Because of that they fill up quickly. Registration opens for many of these shortly after the new year and for most programs it's first-come, first-served.
Go to cfnc.org to the PLAN FOR COLLEGE tab, then COLLEGE PREPARATION OPPORTUNITIES. Or follow this link https://www.cfnc.org/site/planner/college_preparation/college_preparation_search.jsp
Not everything has been updated for 2018 yet, but if the 2017 information is there, it will give you an idea of what the school will probably be offering again this summer.
Look out for our Crosby Scholars Rising Sophomore Summer Camps. The 2 camps will run from June 11-14 and June 25-28. These camps will be career themed. Topics for the day include Agriculture, I.T Health, Business, & Manufacturing. There is no cost for the camp, but seats are limited so watch your emails.
Open to rising 8th, 9th, and 10th graders interested in learning about careers in police work, firefighting, emergency medical services, and other public safety occupations. For more information and to register, use this link: https://mitchellcc.edu/continuing-education/
Watch for the opportunity to take this assesment at your high school or at a Crosby Scholars academy. Most people associate this test with the military, because it is used by the armed forces to determine job assignments for enlistees. The test combines career interests along with some abilities to suggest career areas that could be a good fit.
The O*NET Interest Profiler can help you find out what your interests are and how they relate to the world of work. You can find out what you like to do.
The O*NET Interest Profiler helps you decide what kinds of careers you might want to explore.
On each screen, click the Next button at the bottom to continue. You can use the Back button at the bottom to re-read the instructions or change your answers.
Create a free account to use all the great tools here. Under the "Plan" tab there is a section with career planning tools. Use one or all of them to help find career ideas and then link to current information about required training, job outlooks, expected income, and other important information.