Hello from Recording Workshop!
Young adults with a strong passion for music technology have a more diverse (and confusing… and costly!) mix of educational choices than ever before.
Here’s some clarity:
In 1977, Recording Workshop pioneered certificate training in music recording and audio production. In 2018, Recording Workshop remains the leader in effective, affordable, concentrated “hands-on” career prep in this profession.
For those that help guide young adults on their educational journey, I want to offer some quick info about Recording Workshop:
Our website: RecordingWorkshop.com
A link to a small printable Brochure to share: Recording Workshop Brochure
A link to a small printable poster to share: Small Poster for Sharing
Thanks for your time and consideration!
Director, Recording Workshop
The Office of PittServes Sustainability Team is recruiting an AmeriCorps VISTA member for the 2019-2020 School Year. This person will serve as the PittServes Basic Needs Coordinator for one year starting this July.
If you know any current seniors or grads who are interested in a year of service and are passionate about the Pitt Community and/or helping students thrive through access to adequate food, housing, and health and safety resources, please refer them here: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=86813&fromSearch=true
We will be holding the first round of interviews during the week of April 15th, though applicants may still be considered after this time. This opportunity is open to non-Pitt graduates as well, so please feel free to share with your community networks and encourage interested applicants to reach out to me with any questions at Ciara.email@example.com.
The district's annual K-8 Family STEAM Night is quickly approaching and will be held at J.E. Harrison Middle School on Thursday, April 4, 2019 from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Please join us for the Food Truck Round Up! Attached is a flyer with specific details including times and trucks that will be onsite for the event.
We hope to see everyone there!!!
I am pleased to share with you the wonderful news that La Roche College has been authorized by the Pennsylvania Department of Education to become La Roche University, effective immediately.
Becoming a university is the fulfillment of a vision that many on campus have shared for several years, and is recognition of how far La Roche has come. What began as a school for religious women in 1963 with seven students in its first graduating class is now a university that offers 66 undergraduate programs of study, six master’s degrees and one doctoral degree. More than 14,000 alumni live in every state in the U.S. and in 65 countries around the world.
University status will support a growing student population and new academic programs, and it will help La Roche market its offerings to students unfamiliar with its reputation, both domestically and abroad. Additionally, the creation of the La Roche University Lifelong Learning Center will provide academic enrichment and other experiential learning opportunities that enhance the lives of local residents.
As a university La Roche will continue to stand firm in its mission and core values of inclusivity, integrity, determination, compassion, inspiration, justice and peace. La Roche will build on its rich history and what it is already known for – educating students to be lifelong learners in an increasingly diverse and global society.
The future is very bright for La Roche. We anticipate that our strong levels of enrollment will continue to grow and diversify while honoring our traditions and heritage as a Catholic institution. La Roche is indebted to our founders, the Congregation of the Sisters of Divine Providence, and to all of our supporters whose faith in our mission has brought us to this exciting crossroads in our history. God bless you and thank you for your support.
For further information on our transition to university status, please visit laroche.edu/university.
Sister Candace Introcaso, CDP, Ph.D.
President, La Roche University
Any junior who plans to go to college or who is thinking about going to a four year school, should take the May SAT which is offered here at Baldwin.
The SAT is on May 4th and the registration deadline is April 5th. Students register at collegeboard.org. If you took the PSAT you already have an account.
If you used a fee waiver for the SAT, you do not need another fee waiver for the SAT. If you received free or reduced lunch you are eligible for a fee waiver. Please see your counselor if you have questions.
Remember to PRACTICE!!
If you took the PSAT, go into your account and connect your scores to Khan Academy where you will receive personalized training to prepare. They have found that if you practice for 20 hours total, you will on average go up 115 points!!
Tyler School of Art Pre-College Summer Programs at Temple University
Cal U High School Early Admit Program– Summer 2019
It is time to register for summer courses!
· Rising juniors and seniors can take courses at Cal U for a reduced price!
· The price is $303 for a 3-credit course an average savings of 75% of tuition!
· Students who were previously enrolled in a course through HSEA will only need to complete the authorization form and return it via fax or email.
· New students need to complete the on-line application, pay the one-time application fee, submit a high school transcript and authorization form(HSEA link is below)
Application Link HSEA Information Link
Jewish Family Children Services through their Career Development Center is taking students on a College Tour to Carlow University on March 25th. They have room for 4 more students. Student must be accepted to Carlow.
Attached is the parents permission that they have to complete and return to Ms. Babik no later than Thursday the 21st, including a copy of your acceptance letter.
Are you interested in becoming a Personal Trainer? Maybe this school is right for you: https://nationalpti.org/
My name is Jae Kim and I am the admissions officer for the Northeast for West Point. I was wondering if you would be able to spread the word about a information session that will occur on the evening of the 13th of March. Students that are interested in ROTC or West Point can meet with admissions representatives to get information about the application process and the opportunities that exist to receive a fully funded education.
Information for the session is located below at the link. Thank you and have a great day.
Jae H. Kim
CPT, FI – USMA ‘09
Northeast Regional Commander
Directorate of Admissions
United States Military Academy
Fax: 845-938-3021 (ATTN: Northeast)
I am reaching out to you today to provide information for an after school open house we are hosting on Wednesday March 20th at our West Mifflin campus.
The event is from 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm to include an information session and student demos.
We are located in the Century Square Plaza at 2394 Mountain View Drive, West Mifflin, PA 15122. The phone number is 412-653-2870. If you have any questions, please let me know. We look forward to meeting you!
My name is Timothy Richardson and I am a member of the Health Sciences Department at Allegheny Health Network. We focus on providing enriching learning experiences for a variety of students from high schoolers to para-professional students. Allegheny Health Network is a dynamic institution that fosters an environment of innovation and discovery across eight hospitals and hundreds of outpatient facilities in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
We are offering an 8 – week Summer internship program –the Healthcare Discovery Program. The program invites 30 high school students to receive hands-on experience in our Pittsburgh area hospitals. The high school students are given the opportunity to work and observe in clinical and non-clinical areas of the hospital, managed by 6 college students along with the Health Sciences Department. The Discoverers will be afforded the opportunity to undergo learning experiences at our STAR Center, along with hands-on experience and observation in our hospitals.
We are looking to begin recruitment for our 30 high school Discovers for the Summer, and we are ideally looking for students who have a future interest in Healthcare. The Discoverers must be a current Junior or Senior, maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, and be spending their summer in the Pittsburgh area (eligibility is outlined in the flyer and application).
If you could be so kind as to share this opportunity with your students, I would appreciate it. The flyer and application are both attached to this email. Have your students submit completed applications to Malissa Seman, Malissa.Seman@ahn.org, by 11:59pm on Friday, March 29, 2019
A reminder to any student planning to go to STeel Center for the first time next year, you must complete an application if you have not already done so. Applications can be found in the guidance office. In addition, if you are interested in going back on a tour to help decide between two programs, please email Mrs. Babik to arrange.
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