Off Campus News
Congratulations to Jenny Zylstra and Kyle Ryan!
Jenny has been notified that she is a National Merit Semifinalist! Kyle Ryan has been recognized as a Crimson Regents Scholar, which entitles him to a generous WSU scholarship!
Kitsap County Data Predicts a Distinct Trend in Jobs Available by the Year 2005!
What kind of jobs will be available for friends and myself the year I graduate??
“Between the years 1998 and 2005, Kitsap and Mason counties are projected to have 11,692 job openings, or 1,461 each year. More than 60% of job growth in Washington State will be in occupations that require training, education, or both beyond high school. The number of people working in professional and technical areas will grow faster than those working in other occupations. In fact, almost one in four of all new jobs will be in these areas. Almost all of these occupations require two or more years of postsecondary education or training.”
Specific areas of job growth outlook percentages are:
High School Completion not required = 19%
High School Completion required = 20%
Up to 2 to 3 years post high school education or training = 42%
BA or Graduate Degree required = 19%
Kitsap and Mason Counties Occupational Outlook 1998—2005
Olympic College sponsors some great opportunities for high school students. Keep these two in mind!
Evening High School College Fair
This is sponsored by the Washington Council for High School and College Relations. Informational sessions include presentations on college admissions and financial aid workshops. Students and parents are invited to attend. All the major private and public universities in the area and state will be represented!
College Fair November 15, 2004, 5:30—7:30 p.m. Bremer Student Center
Financial Aid Workshop November 15, 2004, 6:00 p.m. Rotunda, Engineering Bldg. # 117
West Sound Technical Skills Center Open House
See what West Sound Tech has to offer, attend the Open House, Thursday, November 4, 2004 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM. There will be demonstrations performed by student and displays of student work.
First Quarter Conferences
Attention Parents! If you have not already done so, it’s time to schedule your First Quarter Conference for this year. Talk to your consultant to arrange an appointment.
Conference week is Thursday, Nov. 18 through Wednesday, Nov. 24th.
Please bring samples of the student’s work in each subject area.