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Summer Programs/Jobs

In-State Opportunities

Joel Kennedy Constructing Corp
 
Our company is looking for a student/recent graduate– we are looking for multiple applicants for this job who display discipline, teamwork, and dedication.
 
The basic job requirements – Office work (filing, inputting data for record keeping, scanning/email of records, and basic computer research/price checking) Field work (assist project managers with field records – measured and/or counted quantities installed, assist  with management of trucking and maintaining trucking record, organize maintain delivery tickets, time  keeping, posting of local resident notices, pedestrian control, material inventory, and if employee has driver’s license – local pickup). 
 
Please find an attachment of the blank job application below.
Email the completed application to Kelly.Mills@jkcchicago.com
 
Illinois Institute of Technology Pre-College Summer Programs
 
With the school year almost done and summer soon approaching, I wanted to share some information about our online summer program offerings.
 
Illinois Tech has transitioned many of its Pre-College Summer Programs to an online format. We are offering courses in computational science, mathematics, game design, and more. They range from a week-long course to a two week course with price points of $99 to $1,000. Students of all interest and ability levels are welcomed. Programs start as soon as June 15th. 
 
I wanted to draw special attention to our Computational Science program, as students can earn 2 college credit hours all while taking a deeper dive into science, math, and computation. 
 
If you should have any questions, feel free to contact precollege@iit.edu for more information. 
 
 
Southern Illinois University NASA Wings Camp
 

NASA will sponsor a week-long ONLINE camp for high school students interested in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers. While the camp will be focused on space communication and navigation technologies and their use in aviation, any deserving student interested in a career with NASA should be considered for nomination.

Designed for students who have completed 9th, 10th, and 11th grades, the camp would run July 12-17, 2020.

 

Must meet the following criteria:

  1. completed 9th, 10th, or 11th grade as of May/June 2020
  2. previously demonstrated an interest in aviation/space communication and navigation
  3. demonstrated maturity level commensurate with attending an overnight camp
  4. demonstrated financial need
  5. able to access the internet for online sessions and virtual teamwork
  6. not related to the nominator (son, daughter, brother, sister, etc.)

There will be a camp registration fee of $83. Please see our NASA Wings brochure explaining the camp (follow link). If there is sufficient interest, we MAY open a second week of the camp for more participants. 

 

PLEASE REACH OUT TO YOUR COUNSELOR THROUGH EMAIL IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THIS PROGRAM.