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51st Annual Nancy Thorp Poetry Contest
Eligibility: Female students in 10th and 11th grades
 
Deadline: October 30, 2014
 
 
See attached document for additional information.
Posted by: Aileen Will
Published: 10/21/14

UNC Chapel Hill: Catalyst Conference 2015

Every year, the Catalyst Conference brings a selected group of 100 high school students from across North Carolina to UNC Chapel Hill for a weekend-long exploration of social justice issues affecting both America and the larger world. Through leadership and personal development sessions, we aim to empower participants so they can serve as catalysts for positive change in their own communities. The Catalyst Conference serves a vital need, as encouraging today’s youth to take an interest in national and worldly issues is vital to securing an educated and passionate group of future leaders. These 100 students will face a challenging task; they will be asked to view the world through the eyes of another and come to a realization of the underlying similarities that connect us all.

 

Catalyst Conference 2014 seeks to:

  • Give high school students the opportunity to build and learn from personal relationships that transcend racial, ethnic, religious, and gender boundaries.
  • Provide an open forum for discussion of community issues of social justice and equality through a series of workshops to educate students about diversity and social issues.
  • Empower students to combat the apathy and ignorance threatening the future of America’s youth through personal development sessions and leadership training.
  • Create a network of peer support between high school students and college Catalyst Conference counselors.
  • Transform our high school students into catalysts for positive social change and generate a vision of social harmony for the 21st century and beyond.

 

The Catalyst Conference is a great opportunity and learning experience for developing high school students. The conference will take place on the campus of UNC Chapel Hill February 20-Februrary 22, 2015. A $50 registration fee is required upon acceptance (DO NOT include this with the application) to the conference, which helps to offset the cost of housing and food for the entire weekend. As we do not wish to exclude those with a financial need, if you have an interested student who may not be financially able to pay the entrance fee, please notify us separately and we may be able to offer a scholarship. Only high school students in grades 9-11 are eligible for application. No seniors or students who have previously attended will be accepted. Applications must be submitted through Google forms by Saturday, November 15th at 5 PM. If a student is unable to submit the application electronically, please tell them to e-mail unccatalyst@gmail.com for a paper copy as soon as possible. Once they receive a paper copy, it must be post-marked 3 days prior to the application due date. The application can be found here.

 

The Catalyst Conference is part of a larger UNC-CH umbrella service organization known as Campus Y. Not only will students be exposed to social justice issues, they will also have a chance to explore the UNC-CH campus and learn more about the UNC-CH academic experience through interactions with their committee leaders and other volunteers in the Campus Y. Please publicize this with the enclosed invitation letter, and make the application link accessible to your students. If you have any questions or comments, please email the Campus Y or the Catalyst Co-chairs (unccatalyst@gmail.com). Thank you, and we look forward to receiving your students' applications soon! 

 

Sincerely,

Madeline Burroughs & Adeola Keku
2015 Catalyst Conference Co-Directors

More Information about the conference can be found at the website, http://unccatalyst.wordpress.com/

Posted by: Aileen Will
Published: 10/21/14

College Application Week

SENIORS! SENIORS! SENIORS!

North Carolina College Application Week
November 10-14, 2014 

 

See your counselor for details

Posted by: Beverly Jones
Published: 10/21/14

Apply to College!
All Seniors are encouraged to apply to at least one North Carolina college or university during this week. Most private colleges and universities are FREE to apply. All community colleges are FREE every day, but you can also apply this week. a few public schools have waived their fees during this week.
 
Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Will have booked one of the labs for students to apply during the school day. They will be available to assist any student who needs help.
 
See attached for the list of FREE institutions.
 
Posted by: Jennifer Smith
Published: 10/21/14

Red Ribbon Week

October 23rd - October 31st is Red Ribbon Week.  This is a time for individuals across America to pledge to be drug-free.  To celebrate this event on Friday October 31st everyone is asked to wear a red shirt.  “Deny drugs the opportunity to steal your life.” 

 

Parent, Guardians and Concerned Citizens are encourage to sign the Red Ribbon Pledge. Click Here to sign the Red Ribbon Pledge Today!

 

 

Posted by: Jennifer Smith
Published: 10/20/14

Attention FBLA

FBLA meeting on Tuesday, October 21st at 3pm in Mrs. Lewis' room. Please bring Regional paperwork and your $30 registration. It's still not too late to join FBLA, see Mrs. Lewis today with your $20 club fee. See Co-President's Charlie Davis & Sabrina Carraway or Mrs. Lewis with questions. To see a full list of competitions you can compete in go to: www.ncfbla.org/documents/

Posted by: Jennifer Smith
Published: 10/17/14

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