Guidance and Counseling Office Announcements


  • MVCC Summer Program Opportunities

    MVCC is offering the following summer programs on their Rome campus:

    Cyber Accelerator Bridge Program - CI 104 Introduction to Cybersecurity - Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9am-12pm, July 11-August 10

    This course introduces basic networking, assessing and handlling of security risks, hardware components, and basic computer troublshooting. The course is designed for high school students who have basic computing skills and are seeking a broader knowledge in the field.

    Students receive:

    • Free tuition for the course
    • Three credits
    • The opportunity to received the CompTIA Strata IT Fundamentals professional certification
    • Prepartation for cybersecurity program class in network,computer security operation systems

    More information and applications are available below and in the counseling office.

    Cyber Accelerator Flyer

    Cyber Accelerator Application

     

    Introduction to Hospitality Industry (10:15-12:20) and Safety and Sanitation (12:30-2:25) - Monday-Thursday, July 10-August 1

    There is no tuition charged for these courses in which you will earn college credits; however, stundents will be financially responsible for associated fees and course-related materials.  See the flyer below for registration information.

    Hospitality Flyer

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  • College Connection

     

    College Connection is a scholarship program in which qualified seniors may take approved courses on a part-time basis at MVCC.  Students must have a GPA of 80 or higher, take the MVCC Placement test and socre into credit bearing coursework, and have approval by the school.  Cost for the program is approximately $55 plus books and lab feees, if applicable.  The registration deadline for summer coursework is May 19 and the deadline for fall coursework is June 30th.  Please keep in mind that the placement test must be completed and appropriate paperwork must be submitted prior to registering for classes, so interested students must plan ahead.  The College Connection brochure and registration procedure are inlcuded below.  Interested students must contact Mrs. Ellis for paperwork and approval. 

    College Connection Brochure

    College Connection Procedure

     

     

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  • Scholarships and Awards Opportunities

    Seniors - A large number of scholarships and awards are available.  Please see the link to the left or the bulletin board in the counseling office for a list of current awards and scholarships.  You are strongly encouraged to apply for ALL scholarships for which you are eligible.  Please keep an eye on deadlines!!


     

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  • SAT and SAT Subject Test and Registration Dates

    2017-18 test and registration dates are posted in the link to the left.  Please note that an August administration date has been added.


     

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  • JUNIOR NEWSLETTER

    May and June 2017 junior newsletter This newsletter is written to share important information and highlight certain events.  Please take time to read through. 

     

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  • BOCES CTE Summer Camps

    OHM BOCES Career and Technical Education Center is holding free summer camps for students entering 7th through 10th grades.  The camps run 8:30am-3:00pm and are held on their campus on Middle Settelment Road.  The programs offered are:

    June 26-29, 2017 Creative Cooking

    July 10-13, 2017 Introduction to Policing Procedures, Self Enhancement, Introduction to Cybersecurity or Health Careers

     Information and the registration form are available in the Counseling and the link below.  Please note that the deadline for registration is Friday, May 26.   Please contact Mrs. Ellis if you are interested in attending.

    Boces CTE Summer Camps 2017


     

     

     

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  • College Credits for Dual Enrollment

    Seniors - College credits earned through dual enrollment with any college or university or earned any other way whiile in high school will not appear on your high school transcript, which includes only high school credits.  If you want your intended college to be informed of any college credits earned, you must contact the college through which the credits were earned and request that they send a transcript to your intended college.  MVCC transcripts can be requested at www.mvcc.edu/registrar/transcripts.


     

     

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    MVCC SAT and ACT Test Prep

    MVCC is offering a variety of test prep classes for the SAT and ACT exams.  Click on link below for details.

     

    MVCC test prep

     
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