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College and Career Collaboratory
6 minutes | May 15, 2020
[episode 2.13] Prepare for College Applications! Participate in a Summer Experience
Bloom Coaching is a local business in Coeur d'Alene that supports students' growth and development within the educational landscape. This summer, Bloom is offering an inaugural summer experience (August 1-6) that will provide students with an opportunity to delve deep into the college entrance process through various workshops and activities. Check it out at https://www.youandibloom.com/camp-2020.
13 minutes | Feb 12, 2020
[episode 2.12] Vocational Rehabilitation: Transition Services and Eligibility
Learn more about vocational rehab, or VR, from Vocational Counselor Angee Murillo.
9 minutes | Jan 31, 2020
[episode 2.11] Thinking of the Marine Corps? Get the Scoop from a Recruiter
Learn about what it takes to join the military's most elite branch: the Marine Corps.
17 minutes | Jan 17, 2020
[episode 2.10] Interested in Selective Schools? Advice from a Lake City Alumna
Erin Olson, LCHS '19, provides valuable insight into the application process for elite/selective schools as well as her first semester experience. Learn about living away from home as well as establishing a new community after high school graduation.
13 minutes | Dec 20, 2019
[episode 2.9] Seniors: How to Make the Best Use of Break
Listen to this podcast to learn how to make the best use of holiday break. Check out scholarships, complete the FAFSA, and complete other requirements for the college application process.
12 minutes | Dec 12, 2019
[episode 2.8] Why Join the Military? A Chat with Army Recruiters
Sergeant First Class Garrido and Staff Sergeant Shimel discussed their roles in the Army and what makes it stand out as a unique branch of service. Learn more about the United States Army and serving our country in this podcast.
5 minutes | Dec 12, 2019
[episode 2.7] Seniors Attending University of Idaho: Participate in Vandal Kick Start!
Becky Byers from University of Idaho's Admissions Office discusses Vandal Kick Start: U of I's newest initiative that works with current Lake City seniors through the entire enrollment process. Learn more about how to get involved.
11 minutes | Dec 6, 2019
[episode 2.6] Career Cruising: Best Ways for Juniors to Engage
Learn a bit about what college and career topics we're talking about with juniors during the Fall of 2019. Utilizing Career Cruising as a resource is a great way for juniors to be best positioned for their last couple of years of high school.
9 minutes | Oct 23, 2019
[episode 2.5] Wondering How to Pay for College? Apply for Scholarships!
Listen to this podcast to learn about why you should apply for scholarships, common scholarship sources, and where to find them.
10 minutes | Oct 2, 2019
[episode 2.4] Thinking Military? Consider the NROTC Scholarship
Few can become Marines, but fewer can lead them. Listen to this podcast to learn about the Naval Reserve Officer Training (NROTC) scholarship, Marine Corps option. Find out how to attend any college/university with an NROTC program. Get paid for college and become a Marine Corps officer!
15 minutes | Oct 2, 2019
[episode 2.3] How to Prepare for the SAT: Get Support from Bloom's Tutoring
Looking for in-person tutoring in the Coeur d'Alene area in preparation of the SAT? Look no further. Learn more on this podcast on Bloom Educational Coaching's opportunities for SAT tutoring.
10 minutes | Sep 27, 2019
[episode 2.2] College Applications: What to Expect and How to Start
Part 2 of the College Application Series delves into the entire application process, from deciding which colleges a student is interested in to actually heading to specific website's Admissions pages and clicking that "Apply" button. This podcast provides a brief overview of what to expect in a college application, including letters of recommendation, essays, transcripts, etc.
10 minutes | Sep 27, 2019
[episode 2.1] Thinking About College? Consider "Fit"
Part I of the College Application Series discusses college "fit" and preference. What are specific components of a particular college and university you might consider when planning your educational choices after high school? Listen to our guest, College Prep teacher Mrs. Alderman, as she provides guidance on how to frame your research into colleges and universities.
12 minutes | May 16, 2019
[episode 26] Think Outside the Classroom: Getting the Most Out of Campus Visits
The college experience is multi-faceted and there are a number of items to consider when visiting a college or university and assessing its fit as a prospective students. This episode covers some pointers to make the most out of your visits to campus.
13 minutes | Apr 25, 2019
[episode 25] Dig'nIT Tech Internship Program
Interested in a career in tech/entrepreneurship? Work 30 hours per week for eight weeks this summer making $11/hour learning directly from tech employers and gaining invaluable skills from this professional opportunity. Listen to this podcast and check out University of Idaho's Dig'nIT website here to learn more: https://www.uidaho.edu/cda/outreach/dignit.
12 minutes | Apr 12, 2019
[episode 24] Juniors: How to Prepare for Senior Year
Learn more about what you can do as you gear up for senior year.
12 minutes | Mar 14, 2019
[episode 23] Mastering the SAT: How and What to Prepare
Our College Prep teacher, Amy Alderman, joins us again to discuss the SAT. She covers the format of the test as well as various ways students can prepare, including online resources, books, and other tips and strategies.
6 minutes | Mar 5, 2019
[episode 22] UIBound: University of Idaho's Admitted Students Day
For seniors heading to University of Idaho in the Fall, learn more about what you can do at UIBound with Becky Byers, Assistant Director of Admissions.
46 minutes | Mar 1, 2019
[episode 21] Notes From the Field: Peace Corps Volunteer Discusses Service
Learn more about the Peace Corps from Gaby Moore, current Education Volunteer in Mozambique. Another note from Gaby: Peace Corps is not just for people who want to work in Development. People who have interests in all sorts of fields can and should apply. There are volunteers working in education, health, agriculture, community development, and youth development. Your skills can be used in any number of those fields, but they don't have to be what you want to do for the rest of your life.
20 minutes | Feb 13, 2019
[episode 20] Military Science and the Army National Guard
In this episode, you can learn more about the military science course offerings at North Idaho College as well as the Army National Guard. Learn about leadership and fitness potential from the courses as well as the community-based and education-focused way to serve in the military.
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