College & Career Center HighlightsWELCOME BEARS TO THE 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR!LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY FOR SOPHOMORES:
Summer Ambassador Program
Summer 2020 Seminar
June 4-7, 2020 ~ ASU West Campus
Apply by January 15, 2020
See Mrs. Fassinger in the Career Center or your guidance counselor for details!!!
For more information, visit www.hoby.org
Students, do you have what it takes? Do you want to be an Ambassador from your high school for Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY)? “HOBY Ambassadors,” are high school students selected as representatives from their high schools because they have demonstrated the potential to lead others.
Founded in 1958, HOBY’s mission is to inspire and develop our global community of youth and volunteers to a life dedicated to leadership, service and innovation. HOBY programs are conducted annually throughout the United States, serving local and international high school students. HOBY programs provide youth selected by their schools to participate in unique leadership training, service-learning and motivation-building experiences. HOBY alumni are leaders in their schools and communities, throughout the United States and the world, making a difference for others through service.
Attending a HOBY program is a great chance for you to stand out and be outstanding; to show others who you are and what you can do. It’s an open door to lifelong leadership and service opportunities.
During the HOBY experience, you will discover and sharpen your leadership skills; you will come face-to-face with current leaders in such fields as government, media, business and education; and, you will be taught how to think, not what to think, empowering you to value your own opinions and ideas, and to find the courage to express those opinions among your peers. Then, HOBY will challenge you to take your experience back to your home, school and community and make a difference for others.
Basha High School will choose one ambassador
(and one alternate ambassador)
to attend the summer 2020 seminar
to be held June 4 – 7, 2020 ~ ASU West Campus, Glendale, AZ
Here’s how to apply:
In 300-500 words please describe the most rewarding and challenging aspects of being a leader in your community.
Give an example.
(Essays longer than 500 words will not be considered.)
Return your essay to Mrs. Fassinger in the Career Center by JANUARY 15, 2020 at 12:00 noon
Return your essay directly to Mrs. Fassinger in C-201 - do not put it under the door, in my mailbox or on my desk. Thank you................................................
Basha High School offers both ACT and SAT Testing right here on campus.
BOTH THE SAT AND ACT EXAMS
ARE OFFERED AT BASHA HIGH SCHOOL
Basha High School Code 03-0037
For information on the SAT and Subject Tests and/or to register go to http://www.collegeboard.org There is opportunity to register after the deadline, but you will have to pay a late fee. Writing section is now optional. See the website for specific details. Register for the ACT at www.actstudent.org
What is The COMMON APPLICATION?
The Common Application simplifies the college admissions process by saving time and eliminating duplication of effort. Once completed online or in print, copies of the Application may be sent to hundreds of participating colleges and universities for consideration for undergraduate admission.
Approximately 50% of new to college students are undecided.
In effort to help students declare a major or find a strong area of interest, CGCC is now beginning to offer Career Workshops to help graduating high school seniors plan their future and explore careers/majors before they start college.
Visit http://http://www.cgc.maricopa.edu/Academics/Careers/Pages/Home.aspx for more information and to register to attend these free workshops.
Our mission in the Career Center is to increase each student's ability to make a successful post-secondary and/or career transition. The Career Center provides assessment tools to help identify academic and career goals. Resources include:
career exploration programs
university, college, military and vocational school materials
opportunities to meet with college/university admissions representatives
Parents and students are always welcome! Stop by and see
Mrs. Fassinger, e-mail or call at 480-224-2211.
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