Announcements

  • Job Opportunities:

    New: DENSO in Maryville has immediate openings for high school graduates wanting to grow a career in the automotive manufacturing industry.  They are primarily hiring 2nd shift which pays $16.35/hour to start, with periodic increases to $20/hour within the first 3 years!  They are also now offering a $1,000 hiring bonus! There are opportunities to start out making $800-$1,000/week (before taxes and including overtime), this is a great job for students or parents!  See flyer below for more information:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kguaKg47CRudqa7omzQzcAWdZGoPWA-M/view?usp=drive_web&authuser=0

    New: Home Instead

    Home Instead is looking for caregivers for senior citizens. (Offers flexibility in scheduling and a sign-on bonus) You must be 18 years old to apply. There are jobs available in Hamblen, Jefferson, Cocke, Sevier, and Grainger counties (you will be able to work as close to home as possible). Questions or interested in applying? Contact: Chelsea Arnold at 423-587-5800 (main office) or 865-453-4488 (Sevierville office) 

     

     Community Service Opportunities

    Special volunteer opportunities will be posted here. 

     

    You can also check with these local agencies that are usually looking for volunteers: 

    Sevier County Humane Society 

    Goodwill 

    KARM 

    Keep Sevier Beautiful 

     

  • College Information:

    New: Bethel University: Seniors, please see the information below about the Nursing program at Bethel University and scholarship opportunities.  

    Hendrix Scholarship  RN Program Brochure  

     

    Electrician Training Academy Knoxville: Please see attached below the flyers for ETAK - Electrician Training Academy Knoxville.  

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ZYwtweE0vUfLIvRIBffgs8THWO0Y4SD-/view?usp=drive_web&authuser=0

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Qbz37fi78arkMlyu2VkARrHH1yuEWVlc/view?usp=drive_web&authuser=0

    ETSU Rehabilitative Sciences: See the new brochures for the ETSU Rehabilitative Sciences major that are attached.

    This is a great program for students interested in working with individuals with disabilities in all areas of healthcare and mental health (OT, PT, Speech, Audiology, Counseling, etc.)

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SaR5beyTdukKBu1o71_yDhznytQF2UOt/view?usp=drive_web&authuser=0


     New: Please the latest updates below from the University of Tennessee Pre-College Programs 

    The Governor's School for the Sciences & Engineering, hosted on the University of Tennessee campus, is a 4-week on-campus program that provides the opportunity for advanced study, laboratory experience, research in modern science and mathematics, and an immersive college experience.  The new and improved fully-online application is open now, see link on Google Classrooms for more information.   Sophomores and Juniors  only

     

    The 2022 SASEF STEM competition will be held on March 29, 2022 on the University of Tennessee campus at the Student Union Ballroom. East Tennessee middle and high school students enter their STEM project into the fair for the chance to win prizes and cash awards. We recommend teachers and students register early so they receive updates and reminders along the way. Registration is open now!  See the link on google Classrooms: 

     

    The next Virtual Science Club is on December 7.  Students will meet in breakout rooms by research area.  We hope you will also join us on December 14 to hear our guest speaker Dr. Remus Nicoara!  Get ready for an interactive experience with mathematics and puzzles! See the link on Google Classroom: 

     

    The 2022 Tennessee Science Olympiad will kick off with one virtual regional tournament hosted on February 19, 2022. Then, the University of Tennessee plans to host the state competition in-person on April 23, 2022 barring any changes to the public health situation.  Registration for the 2022 Science Olympiad season is open now!  See the link on Google Classrooms for more information: 

    The 2022 TN JSHS will be held on March 10-11, 2022 on the University of Tennessee campus at the Student Union Ballroom. Tennessee high school students present original research for the chance to win tuition scholarships and advance to the national competition in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  Attendance and lodging are free for participating students and teachers. Application opens December 1.  See the links on Google Classrooms: 

     

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