IL WORKNET COVID CONTACT TRACING POSITIONSIllinois WorkNet has a new grant to hire individuals who have lost their jobs due to COVID. They are hiring individuals with basic clerical skills and positive phone etiquette to work with the DuPage County Health Department. (9-month grant where individuals work 25 hours a week at $18.00 an hour, with the opportunity to be hired on by the Health Department upon the grant ending). 

Here is a link to the job posting: IL WORKNET COVID CONTACT TRACING POSITIONS

The contact person at IL WorkNet explained that John Hopkins University has a Free 6-Hour training course for Contact Tracing. It is highly recommended that any individual interested in this booming vocational opportunity for clerical work to work remotely to take this course. 

Here is the link to that free online course: John Hopkins Contact Tracing Course

Virtual admission events from six top-rated liberal arts colleges!

In the spirt of cooperation, six of the nation's top liberal arts colleges - Amherst, Bowdoin, Carleton, Pomona, Swarthmore and Williams - are joining forces to offer an opportunity to connect with deans of admission as they reflect on this year's application season and help you prepare for the application season ahead.  

There are two events for juniors and their families to help answer questions about the college search process. Students register here and counselors are welcome to join!

  • Junior Jumpstart - April 20 at 8 pm EDT or April 22 at 8 pm EDT
  • Navigating and Belonging: A Special Session for First-Generation and Low-Income Students - May 24 at 8 pm EDT or May 26 at 8 pm EDT

Register for an event to help your students navigate the college search process. (If you register for an event and can’t make it, we can send you a link to the recording so you don’t miss out.)

The Claremont Colleges Online Information Sessions

The Claremont Colleges -- Claremont McKennaHarvey MuddPitzerPomona, and Scripps Colleges -- are united by a unique spirit of collaboration and connectivity that influences every part of academics, athletics, and student life. The “5Cs” are literally located across the street from one another, so students can attend a small, tightly-focused college even as they enjoy the benefits of a bigger, multi-faceted campus.

We invite you to attend our upcoming virtual programs for prospective students, their families, and counselors to learn more about our shared and singular approaches to liberal arts education. 

During our programs you'll discover what makes our consortium special, and hear more about our distinctive missions. After the presentations, you'll have a chance to ask questions to the presenters.
Saturday, March 20 at 10 a.m. Pacific Time
5C Student Panel
Are you curious about what life is like at the 5Cs? Our community members are excited to share! This session features a panel of 5C current students who are eager to answer your questions.

 Texas Tech University - Virtual Techsan ExperienceCome join Texas Tech University for a  Virtual Techsan Experience. This event will allow you to experience a live tour around campus, visiting some of Texas Tech's most famous spots! This tour will include visiting Jones AT&T Stadium, United Supermarkets Arena, Student Union Building, and much more! We will review how to apply to Texas Tech University and what you can do in preparation for your application to open.

Sunday, February 28, 2021 
3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. CST
All sessions are hosted virtually using Zoom

Register Here 

Sunday, March 21, 2021 
3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. CST
All sessions are hosted virtually using Zoom

Register Here 

Sunday, April 18, 2021 
3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. CST
All sessions are hosted virtually using Zoom

Register Here 

Who Cares?  Great Global Challenges

Accelerating climate change. Smarter artificial intelligence systems.  The greatest global health crisis of our age.  Record numbers of refugees and displaced people 

It's 2021 and the world is facing critical global issues and opportunities. How can we all play our part in shaping a positive and sustainable future for all the earth's citizens? 

Shape the future with Queens University Belfast at our Great Global Challenges event this April.

Consider solutions to the biggest challenges of our time and plan where you can start in making a difference


This is a two-day virtual event for US High School students in their Junior Year, considering some of the major challenges that humanity is facing today.

  • Be inspired to make a difference in the world
  • Plan your career journey and college study major
  • Hear from experts at the top of their field
  • Live workshops, live Q&A and talks
  • Live competitions & opportunities to win prizes
  • Expert sessions on developing leadership, creativity and design thinking skills

You will be offered the chance to register for one of our four Global Challenges pathways. Please select the ticket for the Global Pathway that you wish to join - these will be issued on a first come, first served basis. The registration deadline is Sunday 11 April. Places for this event are limited and we encourage you to apply early.

View the Full event schedule 


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