Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation - ExploreAg -
A new STEM based camp offered by the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation! The ExploreAg program is a FREE weeklong experience for high school freshman and sophomores (as of 2018-2019 school year), where students are introduced to various aspects of agriculture, food science, environmental sciences and more, both in the classroom and through opportunities for hands-on learning both on and off campus at the Ohio State University. Students will interact with and learn directly from internationally known teachers, scientists and researchers. Subject areas include food science, precision agriculture, animal science, natural resources, management skills, technology and agricultural business. In addition to the classroom experience, scholars will participate in field experiences that highlight cutting-edge research and meet industry partners to provide a glimpse of various careers in related fields. This immersive experience will be held both June 10-15 in Columbus and June 17-22 in Wooster. Program costs covered include on-campus accommodations, meals, staffing, course supplies, program materials, and transportation. Supervision is provided at all times by faculty, staff, and program counselors who are current college students in related majors.
The deadline to apply is APRIL 6 and details can be found here. Applicants will be asked to submit the email of three references along with a short application and a 1-3 minute video "showing us how you explore science through your connection to food." Students selected will be notified by April 20 of their selection.
Defiance College - The Detectives of Defiance: Got Clue? Camp-
The Detectives of Defiance: Got Clue? camp will introduce students to crime scene investigations and forensics through an interactive criminal mystery. Students will learn how to ...
- search for and collect physical evidence such as fingerprints, shoe prints, and DNA;
- collect and analyze digital evidence from computers and cell phones;
- photograph and document a crime scene;
- interview suspects;
- and pull it all together to solve the crime.
This exciting experience will show the young detectives what really happens “behind the scenes” of popular television shows. To register.
Click here for more information.
Academic Summer Programs at BGSU - Summer is the perfect time for junior high and high school students to explore their career interests. BGSU Pre-College Programs provides opportunities for students to experience the Bowling Green State University campus while expanding their knowledge, building life skills and exploring their interests. BGSU offers residential and day camps throughout the summer.
Camp registrations typically begin on Dec. 1, 2017; however, some camps have different deadlines.
Click here to register.
Ohio Department of Transportation - The Ohio Department of Transportation, District Six, is now accepting applications for our Summer Transportation Seasonal Help (TSH) Program for the following counties: Delaware, Fayette, Franklin, Madison, Marion, Morrow, Pickaway, and Union. This is a temporary seasonal program for 40 hours per week not to exceed 560 total hours. There are multiple positions, your application will be considered for all positions. Rate of pay starts at $10.00 per hour. Please go to careers.ohio.gov to apply.
Looking for a summer job? Apply at Silver Line by Andersen. Click here for more information.
Please apply in person at:
2549 Innovation Dr.
Marion, Ohio 43302
Must be 18 to apply or online at: andersencareers.com/
Looking for a summer job? Adecco's Honda Summer positions are assembly production positions on first or second shift. All positions are at Honda of America Manufacturing, Inc. in Marysville,Ohio.
Adeccousa.com/Honda or visit our office:
459 Coleman's Crossing Blvd
Marysville, OH 43040