Berkeley College Experience Career WeekPosted by Karen Talbot on 6/5/2020 11:00:00 AM
Dear Parents & Students
Choosing a career is an important decision. This summer, Berkeley College offers a series of virtual workshops (approximately 90 minutes long) that will give you an overview of what’s involved in a range of exciting career fields. You’ll hear from accomplished experts in each field, including experienced professors from Berkeley College.
Workshops will include engaging interactive projects, virtual tours of professional facilities, and much more.
These valuable summer workshops are FREE, but you must register to participate. Speakers and agendas are subject to change but the current events for each day are below.
FASHION: JULY 13, 2020 at 1:00 PM
Masha Vainblat, Senior Digital Designer, Steve Madden
Joline Mujica, Head of Trends & Tours, WindowsWear; Presentation: “Sustainability in Fashion”
Interactive Project: “Building a Sustainable Brand”
Berkeley College Professor Nancianne Esposito
Students will work in groups to create a sustainable brand.
- Develop a brand concept that focuses on sustainability and social responsibility
- Develop a target market and create consumer profile
- Discuss how your brand will give back
- Create tagline and mission statement
- Decide what social media you’ll use and chose influencers to represent your brand
- Present your brand
LEGAL/JUSTICE STUDIES: JULY 14, 2020 at 1:00 PM
Lt. Torres, S.W.A.T.
Chief Kelley Zienowicz, Morris County Sheriff's Office
Chief Ciro Chimento, Butler Police Department,
Presentation: “Civil Service vs. Chief's Town, the process of becoming a local law enforcement officer".
Gary Krulish, Former Secret Service Agent
Interactive Presentation: “Law & Order: Berkeley College”
(including actual crime scene videos)
Berkeley College Professors Richard Olivieri and Gary Krulish
Review the facts! Solve the crime! Be the jury!
Discussion points will include:
- Civil rights
- Use of force and excessive force
- Reasonable expectation of privacy
- Burden of proof
BUSINESS LEADERSHIP: JULY 15, 2020 at 1:00 PM
John Taormina, Vice President, Securities Services, JP Morgan Chase
Shantay Adkison, M.A., Talent Supply Chain Engagement, Sr. Team Lead, Amazon
Nicholas Szpur, Director, Inside Sales, NY Mets
Leadership & Motivation Presentation
Berkeley College Professor Chris Christiansen
As a leader in both athletics and business, Coach Christiansen challenges students on leadership and motivation in school, work, and life.
- Does a good leader have impact on human potential?
- What motivates you to reach high levels of achievement?
- How can you inspire others to reach maximum performance levels?
HEALTHCARE: JULY 16, 2020 at 1:00 PM
Terry Shelby, Talent Acquisition Partner, Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation
Bridget Baldwin, Volunteer Services Coordinator, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital
Frances Palm, Chief Operating Officer, Zufall Health Center, (Virtual Tour)
Video demonstration of mock surgery,
Berkeley College Instructor Joseph Charleman, CST, CSFA, CRCST, LPN
COVID19 Viral Structure Video Presentation,
Dr. Jose Montalvo, CCMA, Berkeley College Instructor
Medical Insurance Billing and Coding/How to Read an Explanation of Benefits
Berkeley College Instructor Kelly Berge, CCS-P, CPC, CBCS
Performing Venipuncture using Evacuated Tube System using virtual simulator
Berkeley College Professor, Dr. Suzan Melik, RMA, CCMA, CBCS
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Governor's STEM Scholars Program Application for 2020-2021 School YearPosted by Karen Talbot on 5/14/2020 9:30:00 AM
As part of an initiative to bolster New Jersey’s STEM education and career pipeline, the Governor’s STEM Scholars
was created as a public-private partnership among the Research & Development Council, Governor’s Office, Department of Education, Office of the Secretary of Higher Education, higher education institutions, and private industries that identifies and develops New Jersey’s next STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) thought leaders. Students are invited to apply to be Governor’s STEM Scholars for the 2020-2021 academic year on the program’s website from now through June 20, 2020.
To qualify, students must:
- attend school in New Jersey
- Be in any grades from 10th through the doctoral level
- Be enrolled in a program in the fields of STEM or show a demonstrated interest in STEM
- Have a 3.5 G.P.A. or higher
- Demonstrate leadership qualities either through participation in school programs or community activities (Leadership does not have to pertain to STEM, although this type of leadership would be helpful to a candidate.)
Please complete this link in order to apply for this career-jumpstarting opportunity!
Lehigh Announces Three New 2020 Summer CoursesPosted by Karen Talbot on 5/12/2020 7:10:00 AM
Dear Parents and Students,
We realize that these are unprecedented times and hope that you are doing as well as possible. Lehigh University is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and taking the necessary precautions to ensure that current and future members of our campus community are safe.
The rapid spread of COVID-19 through populations around the world underscores the importance of population health and the growing need for health data scientists. Our College of Health faculty members are engaged in research around this crisis and are providing expertise to the media—from Associate Professor Eduardo Gomez’s interview with the BBC to Associate Dean Hal Skinner’s discussion with WFMZ.
This summer, we invite your students to join us in tackling the world’s biggest health problems with the launch of the “Summer Institute for Population Health (SIP).” Beginning May 19, high school and college students can study with Lehigh professors to gain knowledge to impact real-world population health concerns. The two sessions will be held entirely online so that participants from all over the world can access without needing to travel.
The Institute will offer three courses this summer in population health that can be taken either individually or as a series.
• Summer Session 1: May 19 - June 27 • Introduction to Population Health: 4 credits, $3,360 • Health in a Time of Coronavirus and COVID-19 pandemic: 3 credits, $2,520 • Summer Session 2: June 29 - August 8 • Global Environment and Human Welfare: 3 credits, $2,520
We invite your students to join us this summer to take on global health problems through the use of health innovation and technology. Let’s make an impact in our communities together.
Dean Whitney P. Witt
Union County Sheriff's Office Youth Police Academy ProgramPosted by Karen Talbot on 5/6/2020 1:30:00 PM
Dear Parents and Students,
The 13th annual Youth Police Academy is still set to take place this July for all middle (7th & 8th) and high school (9-12th) students who attend Union County Schools. Each year our program receives applications from students throughout the Berkeley Heights school district and we want to be able to give them the same opportunity to apply for this year's program.
The attached message provides updated information regarding our program and guidelines to submitting the application as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. If there are any concerns or questions, please contact:
Officer Victoria Smith
Union County Sheriff's Office
10 Elizabethtown Plaza
Elizabeth, NJ 07207
Bloomfield College Summer SessionsPosted by Karen Talbot on 4/22/2020 9:45:00 AM
Dear Parents and Students,Bloomfield College is offering the following courses during the summer for rising seniors and seniors. There are two sessions (both online): Session one runs May 18 - July 6, 2020. Session two runs July 7- August 24, 2020.Session one is offering a computer course in Cybercrime and an Introduction to Psychology. Session two is offering an Introduction to Game Design and a writing course : Argumentative and Analytic Writing.Attached please find more information: Bloomfield College Summer Courses for HS Students 2020
University of Vermont Online PreCollege Program 2020Posted by Karen Talbot on 4/15/2020 8:30:00 AM
Dear Parents and Students,
Greetings from the University of Vermont!
The University of Vermont has made the decision to suspend our on-campus courses and the residential component of our Summer Academy program, but our pre-college programs will continue—fully online—so that we may continue to serve our students and help them achieve their academic goals.
We're all adjusting to the "new normal" due to the events of recent weeks, and your students may be acclimating to online learning through your high school while we shelter in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. At UVM, we can't imagine a "normal" that doesn't include the academic development and unwavering support of our students.
If your students are considering taking college-level courses this summer to earn transferable credits and explore future career options, don't allow them to miss the summer learning opportunities available online through the University of Vermont and take advantage of UVM's 50% tuition savings* for out-of-state students.
Our summer pre-college courses provide motivated high school students with a variety of opportunities to:
- Earn college credits
- Discover a new interest and potential career paths
- Explore a subject that isn't offered at their high school
- Gain a competitive advantage when applying to college
Additionally, UVM’s Summer Academy program, now offered fully online, is open for enrollment for 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students, providing them with the unique opportunity to earn 3 college credits through intensive 4-week courses.
We're pleased to announce the new Summer Academy Online Enrichment Learning Community Experience!
The Online Enrichment Community is designed to prepare high school students for life in college and beyond by, providing best practices in online teaching and learning, building study skills, and learning about the college admissions process. Students also gain an introduction to the University of Vermont community.
This year’s Summer Academy course offerings include:
- Adventures in Neuroscience
- Facing Environmental Futures
- Health & Medicine
- Biomedical Science and Human Disease
- Storytelling with Words and Photographs
- Drones for Environmental Mapping
If you have any questions, please feel free to email us, use live chat or call us at 800-639-3210.
The UVM Pre-College Team
**Please go to Tuition and Fees and refer to “Rates for Pre-College Programs: High School Student Reduced Tuition Program” and “**Part-Time Student Fees.” Cost of parking, books and transportation to/from the University is not included.
The University of Vermont 194 South Prospect Street | Burlington, Vermont 05401 | (802) 656-3370
Tyler School of Art & Architecture On Line Summer Program 2020Posted by Karen Talbot on 4/6/2020 8:05:00 AM
Dear Parents and Students,Shape your summer with Tyler! Creatively-driven high school students of all levels will find classes that allow them to explore new media and interests, progress technical skills, discover creative career paths and create work suitable for their college admissions portfolio.Summer Pre-College ProgramsFollow the links below to learn about our Summer Pre-College Programs!
- Pre-College Workshops - choose a morning class and an afternoon class from a variety of subjects.
- Portfolio Boot Camp - perfect for any student planning on applying to art school.
- Architecture Institute - an exciting and in-depth introduction to the field of architecture.
We are closely monitoring the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, and taking precautions to ensure the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff. All updates related to Temple University are being posted at temple.edu/coronavirus. We have lowered the required deposit to claim your space in our programs, and relaxed our refund policy. To learn more, please click here.
- Environmental Design Institute - explore landscape architecture and horticulture in this program that incorporates science, design and sustainability.
Washington University in St. Louis: Focus on Language this Summer!Posted by Karen Talbot on 3/2/2020 2:40:00 PM
Dear Parent and Students,
The Arts & Sciences Summer School of Washington University in St. Louis, is excited to announce the addition of six online language courses for the 2020 summer:
- Beginning French
- Elementary German I
- Intro to Basic Jampanese I
- Intro to Korean I
- Elementary Portugese
- Beginning Spanish I
All courses are taught full online and by WashU instructors and no prior experience is required to enroll. For more information on dates, fees, and applicationrequirements visit: precollege.wustl.edu/online-languages
William & Mary Pre-College Summer Program in Early American History 2020Posted by Karen Talbot on 3/2/2020 2:30:00 PM
Dear Students and Parents,
Start Your Future by Studying the Past
The Pre-College Summer Program in Early American History is hosted by William & Mary and the National Institute of American History & Democracy.
Two sessions are taking place: Session 1 starts June 21 though July 11, 2020 and Session 2 starts July 12 through August 1, 2020.
Two courses of study are offered. HIST 217: Jamestwon through the American Revolution and HIST 218: American Revolution through the Civil War.
Students will be able to:
- Earn 4 hours of transferrable college credit
- Live and study on the William & Mary campus
- Visit more than a dozen historic sites and museums throughout Virgina
- Develop college-level analytical reading and writing skills
- Interact with professional historians, archaeologists, and curators
- Meet students from around the world
Space is limited in this program Students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Interested candidates apply directly to the National Institute of American History & Democracy. Visit www.wm.edu/as/niiahd/precolsummer for complete instructions and to download our application forms. Additional contact information is: phone 757-221-7652; email is email@example.com; follow onlines: @NIAHDatWM
NIAHD provides Financial Assistance to qualified students who demonstrate financial need.
This program does not imply or guarantee admission to the undergraduate program at William & Mary.
Boston University Summer Term 2020 Pre-College ProgramsPosted by Karen Talbot on 2/27/2020 3:00:00 PM
Dear Parent and Student,
Boston University invites rising high school juniors and/or rising senior students to experience college life and academics at their internationally top-ranked university during the summer of 2020, by attending the Pre-College Program though the Boston University Summer Term 2020
Interested students will able to:
- take undergraduate courses and earn up to 8 college credits in High School Honors, July 5-August 14, 2020;
- pursue scientific research in univeristy laboratories though Research in Science and Engineering, July 5 - August 15, 2020;
- focus intensively on psychology, medicine, or creative writing while living on a college campus and participating in Academic Immersion, where you can study Psychology: July 5-24, 2020, Medicine: July 26-August 14, 2020, or Creative Writing: July 26-August 14, 2020;
- explore two subjects of your choice and get a feel for campus life taking Summer Challenge during Session I: June 21-July 2, 2020, Session II: July 12 - 24, 2020, or Session III: July 26-August 7, 2020;
- delve into one subject of your choice and preview the college experience though Summer Preview: July 26-31, 2020.
To learn more, call 617-353-1378 or go to: bu.edu/summer/highschool