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  • The Brookdale Community College Foundation and the Brookdale Community College Alumni Association

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    SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

     

    Through the Financial Aid Department

    The majority of scholarships made available by the

    Brookdale Community College Foundation and the Brookdale Alumni Association are awarded to students through the Financial Aid department. You must have completed a FAFSA in order to be considered for one of these scholarships. Contact the Financial Aid department for more information.

    Telephone: 732-224-2361

    E-Mail: faoffice@brookdalecc.edu

    https://www.brookdalecc.edu/financial-aid/

     

    Scholarships by Application

    Various scholarship applications are listed on the

    Brookdale Foundation website.

    Please check for criteria and deadlines.

     

    https://www.brookdalecc.edu/brookdale-foundation/available-scholarships/

     

    Our mission: Help students achieve their dream of earning

    a college degree so they can build better futures for themselves, their families and our communities.

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  • The New Jersey Department of Corrections (NJDOC) is currently recruiting graduating Seniors looking for a career in Law Enforcement. The NJDOC is the largest Law Enforcement agency within New Jersey. The department hires over 500 recruits each year, giving many the opportunity for a very rewarding career. 

     

    This email is being distributed to you, leaders of the New Jersey School Counselors Association (NJSCA), as a collaborative effort to identify successful candidates for our departmental recruitment needs.  Please assist us by allowing us the opportunity to come into your school and host an open house/career night where we may provide future applicants an inside look at life as a Corrections Officer.

     

    Feel free to browse this link http://www.nj.gov/corrections/pages/careers2.shtml#app to identify preliminary information needed for graduating students as they prepare to apply for the upcoming entry test administered by the Civil Service Commission .

     

    Please reply to Sgt. T. Wooden at Thananya.Wooden@doc.nj.gov with any questions, comments, or concerns that will help us give our future leaders a head start in their early entry careers in Law Enforcement.

     

    If you are having a career day for your students in the near future, please contact me ASAP and I will make every effort to have Custody Staff participate in this event.

     

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  • Internship opportunities are available with the Monmouth County Democrats. This opportunity is unique because interns will be working at the county political party, the hub of all politics throughout Monmouth County and the gatekeeper for those outside of the county.

    Interns will not be stuck simply making yard signs or phone calls. Their efforts will have a significant impact on the success of the party, and subsequently each particular campaign it focuses on. Being at the hub, interns will be dealing with different individuals from different walks of life every day, thus building a much more expansive network than any regular state legislative or congressional campaign.

    This is a great opportunity for students interested in pre-law programs or majors in communications, political science, public relations, graphic design, history, or related fields

    Positions are part-time and unpaid, with flexible hours depending on each intern's schedule. Please send all resumes and applications to Executive Director Gordon Estes at info@monmouthdems.org.

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  • Rutgers University offers a program where high school seniors and juniors can spend a day on the beautiful Cook campus in New Brunswick/North Brunswick. Attendees will have the opportunity to enjoy classes,visit housing,dining halls,recreation centers, and student centers. They can also find out more about Rutgers activities and student organizations. The visits are available from the first week of February through the second week of April and the third week of September through the third week of November. Two weeks notice is needed. For more information,contact 848-932-3000 and spendaday@sebs.rutgers.edu. To discover more about New Jersey's State University, go to www.rutgers.edu. Please share this with other principals,teachers,parents,students, and guidance counselors.

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  • OPEN HOUSE DATES

    WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 6, 2017: CULINARY EDUCATION CENTER (6:30PM)

    CULINARY ARTS

    WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17, 2018: CULINARY EDUCATION CENTER (6:30PM)
    CULINARY ARTS
     
    THURSDAY FEBRUARY 1, 2018:   ABERDEEN CAMPUS (6PM)
    COMMERCIAL ART, DIESEL MECHANICS, MARINE ENGINE

     
    TUESDAY FEBRUARY 6, 2018: MIDDLETOWN CAMPUS (6PM)
    *AUTO MECHANICS & ELECTRICITY ONLY

    WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7, 2018: FESTO DIDACTIC INC., EATONTOWN (6PM)
    ADVANCED MANUFACTURING

     

    THURSDAY FEBRUARY 8, 2018: FREEHOLD CAMPUS (7PM)
    COSMETOLOGY, HVAC, PLUMBING 


    TUESDAY FEBRUARY 13, 2018:  NEPTUNE ANNEX (6PM

    *HEALTH CAREERS CLUSTER (NURSING, PATIENT CARE, CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT)


    TUESDAY FEBRUARY 13, 2018:  CULINARY EDUCATION CENTER (7PM)
    CULINARY ARTS

    WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21, 2018: FESTO DIDACTIC INC., EATONTOWN (6PM)
    ADVANCED MANUFACTURING

    THURSDAY FEBRUARY 22, 2018:  HAZLET CAMPUS (6PM
    AUTO MECHANICS, CARPENTRY, COSMETOLOGY, DENTAL ASSISTANT

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  • Rutgers

     

    The Summer Science Scholars Academy (S3A) is a three-week program for high-achieving students and/or those in gifted-and-talented programs who plan to pursue a career in the health professions. The program exposes students to a medical school curriculum and different health careers as well as provides clinical experiences through interactive seminars. This program does not offer high school or college credit.

     

    Summer Science

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  • Pallone

     

    The Youth Advisory Council is open to all current high school students in New Jersey's Sixth Congressional District. Students that are selected will be appointed to a term that runs from J anuai-y through August of the following year. During their term on the Youth Advisory Council, students will engage in a unique experience as they discuss current issues facing their community, provide important feedback and learn about the role of Congress in our democracy

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    Firs Energy Power Systems Institute

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  • PARCC- Parent Guide to the Score Report

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  • The American Association for University Women recently reported that 53% of women have high student loan debt just one year after graduation, compared to 39% of men. Many women also face the added difficulties of trying to go to college for the first time later in life, returning to school after long gaps of time, and attaining a degree while being a single parent.

     

    To help make college more accessible for them, our college planning experts at OEDB.org developed two holistic financial aid guides specifically for women. It breaks down available grants, scholarships, and fellowships, along with useful tips and tricks.

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    NCAA

    For many athletes who dream of playing Division I ath­letics, their high school careers can be a numbers game. Are they scoring enough points? Running fast enough times? Completing enough passes? You may even have given them another number to think about: 2.3, the minimum high school GPA needed for a Division I freshman to compete if they enroll full time on or after August 1, 2016. But did you know all your high school athletes who aspire to play Division I also need to remember the numbers 16, 10 and 7? Starting August 1, 2016, high school graduates (cuTI"ent senior class) must meet the following core-course requirements to compete in their first year at a Division I school:

    • 16 Students must complete 16 core courses.
    • 10 Students must complete 10 of their core courses before the start of their seventh high school seines­ter. For most students, that is the start of their senior year. 
    • 7 Students must complete  7 of their 10 core courses in English, math or science.

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  • Scary Lending

    Use this link to learn a little about college lending

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  • Scholarships Tips Any Student can use! 

    Scholarship Essay Tips Guide

    5 Secrets to Winning College Scholarships

    The Dos and Donts for Winning Scholarships

    Scholarships, grants, and financial aid are available to students in many forms. The scholarships listed on this page are all "guaranteed".

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    YWFDP

    Youth Force Development Program is right for you! The Youth Work Force Development Program is for Monmouth County Low Income

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  • High School Timeline for Applying to College
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