Summer Opportunities 2022
Lane Community College tuition-free summer course
This opportunity is for rising Seniors and recent high school graduates. LCC is offering the Class of 2023 the opportunity to take a tuition-free college course of their choice. Courses are available for Summer term. Save money, earn college credit, and explore LCC. Register for Summer term now. Learn more here lanecc.edu/tuitionfreecourse.
WW Welding School
WW Welding School applications are open to graduating seniors. This program includes both lab/hands-on learning and lectures about blueprints, safety, and more. It is a 12-week program that focuses on class projects and practicing different welding techniques. Leave with the skills to enter the workforce! Click here https://weldcerts.com/ for more information.
Northwest Youth Corps
The Northwest Youth Corps Programs are taking applications. Spots are available in the Youth (non-residential) Community and Youth Camping (residential) programs. Join youth crews doing vital conservation and community work in the Pacific Northwest and get high school credit. Learn more about this opportunity at https://nwyouthcorps.workbrightats.com/pages/youthcrews/.
Student Opportunities Fair 2022
Hear from Eugene-area professionals
Careers In … features a playlist of more than 20 videos from industry experts within one of six Oregon career areas. These panels were recorded live with Churchill staff and students. Click on the link below to view videos.
The University of Oregon Summer Academy to Inspire Learning (SAIL) offers year-round, pre-college programs for middle and high school students. To discover all of their programs, click https://sail.uoregon.edu/summer-2021/.
Careers in the Construction Trades
Are you interested in completing an apprenticeship in one of the construction trades? Does the idea of working mainly outside (but not always) with your hands sound fun? Would you like to be a part of something big (literally) and create something you can show off to your family and friends? Then check out the information on this website: https://oregonapprenticeship.org/. You can also explore all 30 of the different trade careers available in Oregon. Find out how much an apprentice makes and who to contact to start your on-the-job learning at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/19-O0kUnlhKUNDtK0Ltw2jQ8J-ZzkjiA1YUsH9E-B6Kk/edit.
Want to be an engineer?
OSU’s “Rooted in Community,” women engineers speak about their experiences and how they are guiding the next generation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82NNf125zm8&feature=youtu.be
This opportunity is for juniors and seniors to take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB). If you’re interested in a military career or interested in finding out about your skill level and career interest areas, please use the link below to find out more.
You can learn more about the program here https://www.asvabprogram.com.