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Speakers Wanted for Junior Class College and Career Day at Dracut High School

Thank you for your interest in joining us as a speaker for our Junior Class College and Career Day here at Dracut High School. The event will take place on Wednesday, April 10 2019 from 9:17am until 10:43am. We are looking for people in various careers to talk with our Juniors about what a career in that field entails. Many students have misconceptions about what many careers are actually like. We hope to provide an insight into different career choices. Many juniors are just now thinking of what type of career interests them. They have started to look at various schools such as trade schools, colleges, etc. We hope to educate students on education requirements, job responsibilities, and other pertinent information.  

Here’s how the fair will look. The event will run for 86 minutes in total. We’ll ask you to please arrive early (anywhere between 8:30am – 9:00am). Students will choose 3 careers from our list of 10 possible fields (enclosed) to visit and check out any the colleges in our gym. Students will rotate every 19 minutes to the next career on their list. Speakers would average their time depending on how many speakers we are able to get per career. You would speak 4 times averaging anywhere between 2 -4 minutes per time. If interested, please email me your name, email address, current job title short biography and a picture so we can display that on our screen as you speak. Coffee and donuts will be available. Your help and support is greatly appreciated.

Sciences

            Chemistry    
            Biology
            Bio-Tech
            Engineering
            Architect 

Social Sciences

            Phycology
            Counseling
            Performing Arts 

Business

            Banking
            Marketing
            Management
            Finance
            Entrepreneurs
            Hotel/Restaurant 

Education

            Teacher
            Child Care
            Special Education
            Administrator
            Coaching 

Medical

            Dentist
            RN/LPN
            MD
            Physical Therapist
            Nurse Practitioner
            Chiropractor
            EMT/Paramedic
            Firefighter 

Criminal Justice

            Police
            Lawyer
            Paralegal
            Investigator
            FBI/CIA 

Government

Local 
State
Federal 

Technology

Programmer
Networks Security
Web Builder
Artificial Intelligence
Data Scientist 

Military
            Army
            Navy
            Air Force
            Marines
            Coast Guard
            Civilian 

Trades

Carpenter
Electrician
HVAC
Contractor
Mechanic
Hair Stylist

 

Charles Mone
Business/Technology Teacher
Dracut Senior High School
1540 Lakeview Ave
Dracut, Ma.  01826
[email protected]
 
 

 

UMass Lowell Difference Maker Feb Events

 

 

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February 2019 Newsletter

 

This month we have several events available to you. Please join us!

 

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Idea Challenge Application Due Feb 12

Want to meet new people? Network with successful alumni? Make a difference? Build-up your resume? Win funding? Apply to the $50,000 Idea Challenge today!

Deadline: Feb. 12
Time: 5:00 p.m.
Don't miss out and apply online today!

 

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Workshop Series: Join our workshop series to learn more about furthering your idea and preparing for the $50,000 Idea Challenge!

Location for all workshops: Lydon Library, Room 110, North Campus
Time for all workshops: 5:30- 7:30 p.m.
Dinner will be served at each workshop, so please come hungry!

 

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Workshop Series 1: Identifying Problems

This workshop will help you better define your problem.
Guest speakers: Professor Iman Chahine and Professor Mazen El Ghaziri

Date: Feb. 19

 

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Workshop Series 2: Assessing Opportunities and Value Proposition

This workshop will help you uncover the opportunity associated with your defined problem.
Guest speakers: Professor Brent Shell and Professor Neil Shortland

Date: Feb. 21

 

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Workshop Series 3: Developing Business Models

This workshop will help you develop your business model using a helpful tool.
Guest speakers: Professor Tom ODonnell and Professor Hunter Mack

Date: Feb. 25

 

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Workshop Series 4: Delivering your Rocket Pitch

This workshop will help you create your rocket pitch presentation and feel comfortable doing so.
Guest speakers: Professor Michael Ciuchta and Professor Michelle Veilleux

Date: Feb. 27

 

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Support DifferenceMaker!

Please consider a donation to DifferenceMaker today. Your donation will support the program, and our student teams. Thank you!

Questions? Email [email protected]

 

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UMass Lowell Difference Maker January 2019 Newsletter

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January 2019 Newsletter

 

Welcome back to campus! We hope you enjoyed your winter break, and are recharged and ready to get started on the spring semester!

 

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2019 $50,000 Idea Challenge Kick-off and Idea Hack

Join us to learn more about the $50,000 Idea Challenge, hear from real-life DifferenceMaker teams, begin building a team, and more! Food is always served.

Date: Jan. 30
Time: 5:30- 7:00 p.m.
Location: Saab Center, Perry Atrium, North Campus
RSVP: [email protected]

 

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2019 $50,000 Idea Challenge Applications are Now Open!

Open: Now
Closes: Feb. 12, 2019
Apply Today!

 

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Support DifferenceMaker!

Please consider a donation to DifferenceMaker today. Your donation will support the program, and our student teams. Thank you!

Questions? Email [email protected]

 

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Hellenic American University is Now Enrolling

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Meet Amanda Houle of Sky Blue Learning

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Amanda L Houle is the founder and creator of Sky Blue Learning. She is an experienced and gifted teacher with over a decade of experience working with children. The power of early intervention is paramount. Amanda feels blessed and inspired each and every day to work hands on with parents and children to help them feel empowered and succeed, to give them the tools they need to thrive and make progress in the areas they need support. 

She has been working with kiddos and their families for close to 12 years. After a few short years graduating with a BS in Psychology from Northeastern University she hailed to Brooklyn, NY. Amanda graduated from Touro College with a Dual Masters Degree in General and Elementary Special Education with a specialization in Early Childhood. While in grad school Amanda worked privately, after graduating, and attaining her teaching license she began working as a Special Education Itinerant Teacher (SEIT) pushing into general education preschool settings. It was a contracted position through state agencies providing services to children ages 3-5 years old who qualified for services displaying 30% or below in 2/5 developmental domains always struggling with social emotional difficulties. Her work also consisted of collaborating with all team members, attending IEP meetings, writing IEP'S, and conducting developmental assessments to determine if they qualified for services. Working privately, contracted, and both in the homes and schools.

Specializing in In-Home behavioral therapy, she has seen firsthand the trans-formative results from hands on support. 

If your kiddo is between the ages of 1-16 years old Amanda is your gal.  She is also a licensed teacher in NH.

Get from wake-up to drop-off to bedtime without ever raising your voice.

Contact Amanda - Phone: 347-768-3971 | Email: [email protected] | Website: https://amandahoule.com/

 

Nashoba Tech Antique :Roudy" Show

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It's Never Too Late to Have a Great Year

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