Posted 4-25-19 MOTOCYCLE SAFETY COURSEWe are regulated my the MO motorcycle Safety Program (www.mmsp.org) and the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (www.msf-USA.org). In addition the Highway Patrol has granted us 3 party testers for both the written and riding portions that is required for the M endorsement on their MO Drivers License.Motorcycle Rider Courses: Basic Rider, Experience Rider, Advanced RiderSee description of course and 2019 Training sites and Dates at:
UCM School of Nursing graduates are well prepared to enter this rewarding, in-demand field
Bachelor’s and master’s degree programs offered at Lee’s Summit campus and via online courses
Graduates from the University of Central Missouri School of Nursing are making a positive impact throughout the region by providing quality healthcare in a wide variety of areas. Placement rates for UCM nursing students is 100 percent with graduates well prepared to enter the demanding, yet rewarding field of nursing.
“There is going to continue to be a phenomenal shortage of nurses due to the growing number of older people and the ongoing need for elderly care,” said Dr. Julie Clawson, UCM School of Nursing chair and professor. “We offer an affordable, quality program that provides our students with a worthwhile investment as well as a valuable service to the public.”
Nationally accredited since 1978, the UCM nursing program is designed to graduate competent, caring and mindful practitioners committed to the service of creating and leading a culture of health.
UCM has two bachelor’s programs and a master’s program, offered at the Missouri Innovation Campus, the university’s Lee’s Summit location, as well as through online courses. Programs are:
A generic-option bachelor’s degree in nursing, also known as prelicensure, which graduates around 80 nurses annually
The RN to bachelor’s degree nursing option with approximately 90 graduates each year
A master’s degree in nursing, primarily an online program geared for working adults, with close to 200 students currently enrolled. This part-time program includes two emphasis areas -- family nurse practitioner and nurse educator.
The comprehensive programs include clinical rotations at a number of quality healthcare facilities. Close to 95 percent of UCM nursing graduates stay in Missouri, filling vital needs throughout the state.
Diversity of training and academic rigor are major advantages of the UCM program. “Our graduates tell us they appreciate the diversity in their preparation -- from small hospitals to the largest urban medical center,” Clawson said. “This is a rigorous program. We hear from our clinical partners that our students are well-prepared to enter the healthcare field and are valuable employees.”
Posted 2-15-19CENSUS TAKERS WANTED FOR THE 2020 CENSUS - JUNIORS AND SENIORS AND ADULTSThe jobs would be part-time, local, work from home. The work could be during summer months and beyond for this year and next, and actual Census Taker positions might begin April 2020.These jobs offer great pay, flexible hours, weekly pay and paid training.For more information or help applying, please call 1-855-JOB-2020APPLY ONLINE TODAY AT 2020CENSUS.GOV/JOBSGrand River Welding Institute (GRWI) - 103 N. Livingston St., Brookfield, MO 64628; 660-258-WELD (9353)Learn skills necessary to earn top pay as a certified welder in just 20 weeks.Become certified to weld pipe and plate using GTAW (tig) & SMAW (stick) on Pipe (carbon & Stainless) and Plate (carbon).Various financing options including Workforce development, Vocational Rehabilitation and other grant optionsOPEN ENROLLMENT, NEW CLASSES START EVERY MONTH, LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE, CALL TO DISCUSS OPTIONS FOR FREE TUITION AND HOUSING.www.grandriverweldinginstitute.comPosted 10-8-18COLUMBIA COLLEGE showing students what makes Columbia College a great place to live and learn by hosting Saturday Showcases. A morning event that allows juniors and seniors to explore academic programs, meet faculty members and get a glimpse into life on a college campus by touring with a current student and seeing what campus resources are available.Parents are also welcome, making this a truly fun, informative event. Check-in opens at 9 a.m. in Atkins-Holman Student Commons, 1st floor. The event is expected to end around 1:30 p.m. Complimentary breakfast and lunch will be provided.OCTOBER 13, 2018FEBRUARY 16, 2019JULY 20, 2019Please feel free to contact AdmissionsEvents@CCIS.edu or by phone at 800-231-2391, ext. 7352.Posted 9-5-18Maryville Online650 Maryville University Dr.St. Louis, MO 63141https://www.online.maryville.edu
Posted 8/24/18John Deere Construction Equipment TechniciansMartin Equipment of Ashland offering sponsorship for individuals interested in this career which is a highly demanding field right now.Program developed to specifically train qualified people to work specifically on John Deer construction equipment.After graduation, opportunity to work offered in three Midwest state so if the student did not want to stay in Missouri after graduation they would have option of one of the other locations that needs technicians.
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The Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee will be accepting applications for the Inside Wireman apprenticeship program on the first working Monday of each month. The minimum requirement for application are as follows:
- Applicant must be 18 years of age or older.
- Applicant must have completed one year of high school algebra with a passing grade, or have completed one post-high school algebra course with a pasing grade.
- Applicant must have a high school diploma or a GED equivalency.
- Applicant must live within the sixteen county jurisdiction of this union.
- Applicant must pay a $35 non-refundable application fee
- Applicant must possess a valid driver's license
For more information go to ibew257.org and click on Apprenticeship.
The I.B.E.W. Local Union #257, Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee extends the opportunity to apply to include minorities and females.
ACT is offering free ACT prep to students.
SELECTIVE SERVICE - Men - Register within 30 days of your 18th birthday.Stay eligible for Federal Student Aid, Job Training, Government Jobs, U. S. CitizenshipRegister with the Selective ServiceRegister online at www.sss.gov or register at your post office or complete registration form you receive in the mail.
The COAST GUARD is HiringGoCoastGuard.comThe United States Coast Guard is a federal law enforcement agency, humanitarian first responder and a military force, and therefore is a faithful protector of the United States in peacetime and war. The Coast Guard operates as part of the Department of Homeland Security.Need high school diploma, U.S. citizen, between ages of 17-27 (if no prior military service), pass the ASVAB with a minimum score of 45, meet height/weight and medical standards, have no more than two dependents (spouse and children), pass a military entrance medical exam, pass a background check, pass a credit check.Think of your meeting with a recruiter as a job interview. The evaluation may include but is not limited to your attitude, professionalism, honesty, respect, communication ability, work ethic and volunteer spirit.Education benefits, health care (free medical, dental, eye care, and health benefits for you and your family), life insurance at a minimal cost, 30 days paid vacation per year, included tax-free income of basic allowance for housing, basic allowance for subsistence, uniform allowance.GoCoastGuard.comImmediate job openings after graduation for any students that might be interested.Sellenriek Construction is looking for motivated employees in the broadband fiber optic construction and maintenance field in Missouri.Sellenriek is an equal opportunity employer with full benefits, including health insurance, paid holidays, vacation time and a 401K retirement program with match.Full time safety director on staff and do periodical background drug and alcohol screenings.All applicants must be eligible to obtain a class A commercial drivers license. Sellenriek Construction will help any employee obtain this license.email resume to Donna Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org 573-397-7903 fax 636-488-3374
www.growyourgiving.org/scholarshipsThere are a lot of scholarships listed on this website.
University of MissouriAdmissions-specific Facebook page, which you can find (and 'Like') by clicking here.
Mizzou’s participates Stamps Scholars Program, which offers select students a full, four-year scholarship covering up to the total estimated cost of attendance, plus an added $16,000 academic and leadership development fund. To learn more about selection criteria for click here.
Senior InformationSome of the dates to remember:SENIOR GRADUATION, High School Gym, Sunday, May 19, 2019Local Scholarships (Sponsor list will be published sometime the middle of January.) Scholarship applications due in Guidance Office - February 19, 2019 by 3:30 p.m. No Applications will be accepted after that date and time.Students receiving scholarships other than local scholarships should submit written award to Guidance Office for printing in graduation program by April 22, 2019.Senior Awards Night - Local Scholarships and Academic Awards for SENIORS, April 24, 2019, 6:00 p.m., High School gym.Any non-local or outside scholarship awarded to student must be turned into Guidance by April 22, 2019 to be printed in the graduation brochure.
Underclassmen academic awards will be with student pictures in Boone County Journal.