Career Information Center (CIC)
East Chapel Hill High School
The East Chapel Hill High School Career Information (CIC) is a resource for students, parents and teachers, supported by the Career and Technical Education Department and the East Chapel Hill High School PTSA. The CIC is dedicated to helping students gain knowledge about themselves and provides opportunities to assist them in reaching personal, academic and career goals.
The CIC will be closed until may 15 (or as long as the district is closed), following the CHCCS district's closings. Updates will continue to be made on the CIC website as information is received (summer programs, local events, etc.)
- TWD- March 16-19
- Extended Spring Break for Students: March 19-27
- Extended Learning for Students: March 30-May 15
As you spend some extra time at home, here is a wonderful learning opportunity for you that could result in a $500.00 scholarship...
Financial Basics for High School and Beyond
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Make sure you also have a CFNC.org account to be considered for the scholarship.
Why Financial Basics?
Free to any student in North Carolina, Financial Basics explores key money management topics you can use right now. High school students receive a series of short courses that are mapped to NC financial literacy standards. College students receive a single comprehensive course. All eligible students are entered to win one of our annual financial literacy scholarships.
- Latinx Governor’s Page Program: special Governor’s Page week from May 11-14 for Latinx teens. Twelve students between the ages of 16-18 will be selected to participate. The application deadline for the Latinx Governor’s Page week is March 31. Apply by filling out the application here:
- DTCC Construction Camp This free, co-ed camp is for rising 9th, 10th and 11th graders. Registration is limited and is on a first-come, first-served basis. June 22-26, 2020. Durham Tech’s Main Campus. Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Construction Summer Camp Signup Form
- Department of Emergency Medicine at UNC Chapel Hill: “Emergency Medicine: Diversity in Discipline,Professions, and Patient Population” This week-long experience will allow students to participate in lectures, procedure labs, simulation, and clinical experiences that introduce them to the specialty of Emergency Medicine, its unique scope of practice, combination of professions, and varied patient population. Through these experiences, we will also explore how the specialty of Emergency Medicine addresses healthcare disparities. If you are interested or have further questions, please contact the Course Director, Maglin Halsey-Nichols (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Girls Only Otter Tank Summer Camp: @ ACC, registration link with them: https://tinyurl.com/GirlsSharkTank
- G.E.M.S. an 8-week series of activities open to young women (ages 14 to 21) to explore future opportunities in community-oriented careers in public safety and local government. G.E.M.S focuses on leadership in public service, professional skill building, and community engagement. Join us for an Open House & meet the G.E.M.S. Coordinators, Tuesday, March 10, 2020 , 6pm - 7pm, Chapel Hill Public Library, Room A, 100 Library Drive, Chapel Hill . To RSVP for the Open House or get more information please contact Anggie Thompson at 919-969-2000 or email@example.com. Click here for flyer
- Upcoming DTCC Summer 2020 noncredit culinary arts and baking and pastry class. Click here for flyer. DTCC American Tobacco Campus, 919.536.7222 x4318
Summer Internships / Volunteer / Jobs
- Summer Youth Employment Calling Chapel Hill/Carrboro youth ages 14-18! Accepting applications now! This summer, work for the Town of Chapel Hill for 6-7 weeks. Positions are about 20 hours/week with an hourly wage of $8-$9/hour. Families must meet income guideline. Check out flyer.
- CISCO Externship Application
- Internship in Science and Health Training and Research (ISHTaR) Please see this link for more information on the program: https://www.med.unc.edu/emergmed/education/ishtar/. Specifically geared toward local minority and/or low socioecomic students
- UNC Hospital High School Volunteers Program Application
- Now Hiring- Swim Club Management for lifeguards and guest services attendants. Click here for flyer.
- TWD- March 16-19
- Extended Spring Break for Students: March 19-27
- Extended Learning for Students: March 30-April 3
- Drafting Classes visit NCSU's Solar House: April 21
- Durham Technical Community College SENIOR DAY April 23rd (All day event) - For graduating seniors enrolling into DTCC in the Fall 2020. If you're interested in going, stop by the CIC to let Mrs. Kieckbusch know. Students MUST have an application submitted to DTCC in order to attend Senior Day.
- PLTW Engineering visit to Underwriter's Laboratory (some classes): April 24
THE CIC CAN HELP...
- Career Development Counseling
- Career Interest Assessments
- Learning Styles
- Skills Tests
- Employment and Internship Information
- Workers Permit Information
- Labor Laws Information
- Work Skills
- Resume Writing
- Cover Letters
- Thank you letters
- Interviewing Skills
- Military Information
- Information about the Career and Technical Education Department and courses
- Career & College Promise
- Speakers, Field Trips, and Career Fairs
- Class Presentations and Workshops
- Testing Information
- A quiet place to study
- Summer and Enrichment Opportunities including Gap Years
- Scholarships and Financial Aid Information
Career Information Center Hours:
8:30-4:00 Monday-Friday on regular scheduled school days.
(the CIC follows the students' school calendar schedule)
If you plan on visiting the CIC, it would be best to make an appointment. Sometimes there are classes using the CIC or I am out of the office visiting classrooms or off campus visiting businesses, schools, or at a meeting/conference.
Mrs. Fletcher Kieckbusch, Career Development Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org / ph: 919-969-2482 x27172
Declaración de no discriminación: El Consejo de Administración de las Escuelas de las Ciudades de Chapel Hill y Carrboro, y en consecuencia el Departamento de Carrera Profesional y Técnica, prohíbe cualquier política o procedimiento que resulte en discriminación, hostigamiento o intimidación basado en cualquiera de los siguientes: raza, color, religión, ateísmo, ascendencia, nacionalidad, género, estatus socioeconómico, estatus académico, identidad de género, apariencia física, orientación sexual, discapacidad mental, discapacidad física, discapacidad de desarrollo, discapacidad sensorial, estatus migratorio o cualquier otra clasificación protegida por ley, regulación o política del Consejo de Administración. El Consejo de Administración además prohíbe la discriminación contra una persona percibida que tiene cualquiera de las características anteriores o contra una persona por asociarse con alguien protegido por esta política. Las personas que deseen presentar una queja de discriminación y / o acoso pueden llamar al Coordinador de Cumplimiento de Derechos Civiles: Misti Williams, al (919) 967-8211 ext. 28251.