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Careers in a High Tech World Job Shadow Event

Micron will offer monthly virtual job shadow experiences for 9th – 12th grade students. Students will spend three hours learning about the semiconductor industry, interacting with employees in certain careers and finding out what it takes to pursue that career!  Each month there will be different Job shadow careers to choose from. When you sign up you will receive additional information to attend the event, including your virtual link.

For additional information contact Micron K-12 Programs  or use the Activity Request form

2020-21 Careers in a High-Tech World events:

All events will be held 11:00 am – 2:00 pm


Technicians & Skilled Trades

·        Monday, November 16

Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, Computer Science, Data Science

·        Tuesday, December 15

Additional dates will be added, check our website.

Students can register for a Job Shadow Event here: Micron Job Shadow

Girls Going Tech Event

For the 2020-21 schoolyear, GGT will be an interactive online event for 8th-grade girls. The students explore STEM concepts through fun, hands-on activities and learn about STEM careers directly from women who work in those fields at Micron. Female students with online access are welcome to attend, contact Micron K-12 Programs or use the Activity Request form for more information. You can also contact Laurie Anderson (laurianderson@micron.com) or Cathy Ammirati (cammirati@micron.com).

2020-21 Girls Going Tech dates:

·        Fall – November 23 & 24; 12:00 am – 2:00 pm Eastern Standard Time (EST)

·        Spring - TBD

Register for the GGT event here: Girls Going Tech Event


Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, some summer employment opportunities may be cancelled or postponed. Please check the status of each program for more information.

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Interested in being a PWC firefighter or EMS?
Full time career fire positions begin with an application process.  Our comprehensive selection process includes an entry-level written exam, candidate physical ability test, polygraph, psychological screening, criminal history check, driving transcript, medical exam, drug test, and panel interview.  Successfully completing all the steps of the process will put an applicant on an eligibility list.  From that list our Fire Chief will select candidates that may be offered a position based on the number of position vacancies our department has.  Candidates that accept the position are hired as a Technician I and must successfully complete a 26-week recruit school running Mon-Friday that will certify them with Firefighter I & II as well as NREMT B.  

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Lockheed Martin offers structured, challenging early career opportunities with a path for advancement through training, mentoring, and hands-on experience.

Visit the website to learn more.

• High school graduate looking for a full-time job opportunity?
Search “apprentice” in the quick job search field and sort on state “VA”.

• Attending a 4-year college/university and looking for a summer internship?
Search “internship” in the quick job search field.

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Become a heavy equipment operator and earn an industry recognized credential. The Heavy Equipment Operator program was developed to meet the growing employment demands for equipment operators in the Shenandoah Valley, Northern Virginia and surrounding areas. A heavy equipment operator runs a variety of contractor equipment and trucks used in the construction of buildings, bridges, dams and roads. The primary applications of heavy equipment in construction are in demolition work, earth moving, trench digging, road construction and site grading.

For more information see the flyer.

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Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center Depends On The Support Of Our Junior Volunteers Year Round. We Welcome High School Students With An Interest In Volunteering At Our Facility To Submit An Application By Clicking The Link Below.

Interested applicants must be:

  • A rising sophomore, junior or senior in high school
  • Between 14 and 17 years of age
  • Willing to make a 6-month commitment
  • Willing to commit to a minimum of two 3-hour shifts per month

To apply, a Junior Volunteer must submit:

  • An application 
  • A transcript (official or unofficial)
  • A letter of recommendation from a guidance counselor or teacher

Applications for the Junior Volunteer program will be accepted and reviewed twice a year. To be considered, completed applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. on April 12 and September 13. Information must be mailed or delivered to the Information Desk. Faxed paperwork is not acceptable.

Please call the Volunteer office at 703-523-1345 for additional information.


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Quality Services Moving is hiring!  Headquartered in Lorton, Quality Services Moving is a multi-state, veteran-owned relocation firm offering an abundance of employment possibilities for graduating seniors.  We have immediate openings with paid training available and employees working full-time may also qualify for benefits (to include tuition reimbursement!).  Please read and share the attached flyer HERE containing additional information. 

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No plans after high school?
AMERICORPS: BE THE GREATER GOOD This national service program (federal) is dedicated to building young leaders, serving disadvantaged communities, increasing job skills, and providing opportunities to earn money for education. Find out more HERE.
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Work Permit Procedures

For minors 14 and 15 years of age, a work permit is required. According to the Department of Labor and Industry (DOLI), students and/or their parents will no longer need to visit their local schools for assistance in obtaining a work permit. As of September 11, 2013, instructions and all documents can be found on the DOLI website, HERE.