Student Opportunities


Entrepreneurship Institute - socially responsible - creating solutions

For students entering 10th - 12th grades (fall 2018) Governor’s Institutes of Vermont (GIV) – residential institute hosted & co-sponsored by Vermont Tech – Randolph Center Campus - July 6 - July 12, 2018 An innovative, fun-filled “hands-on” program where students learn to develop an “entrepreneurial mindset” and what it takes to create a business or be more successful in their career pathway and the workplace.  There is a business side to every career/profession.  Sliding scale tuition (some pay as little as $10 for the entire week)   Contact: Laurel Butler –

Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Camp & Mentorship Program

For girls entering 9th and 10th grades (fall 2018) July 8-12, 2018 - Randolph Center Campus - residential camp -A fun filled hands-on exploration of STEM (science, technology, engineering, math - plus some arts) and skilled trades to help young women become strong, powerful and more confident - and learn about potential career pathways; followed by a mentorship program. (Modeled after Rosie’s Girls Day Camps by Vermont Works for Women -VWW) – All-inclusive $225 – and scholarships available. Contact: Zoe McDonald -

Coder Camp for Girls - July 16 -20, 2018 - Williston Campus - day camp

For girls ages 11 -17 - An experiential hands-on day camp offering girls the chance to translate their creativity into a computer program using SCRATCH and other software programs plus visit innovative software development companies.   $150 (includes field trip, 2 lunches, snacks) Many scholarships available. Contact:   Zoe McDonald-  -

UVM Pre-College Programs

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U.S. Coast Guard

Seniors - "Are you interested in a challenging career with the U.S. Coast Guard, The World's Premier Military Maritime Law Enforcement Agency? If so, please contact us today through our website or contact us here in the office at 207-761-4307."

Contact name is MK1 Jason H. Hahn

2017/2018 Pittsford Fire Department’s Cadet Program Enrollment Announcement

The Pittsford Fire Department’s cadet program is currently accepting applications. If you’re a high school student 14 to 17, live in Pittsford, want to serve your community and are interested in learning the skills to become a firefighter, we want to talk to you.  For more information about the program, pick up an application in the guidance office or contact cadet program advisor Jason Davis at 747-8184.