Walled Lake Northern - Summer Programs and Job / Volunteer Opportunities
Many students consider taking a course in the summer in order to advance to the next course level, make-up credits for classes they have failed (credit recovery), or to make room for other electives in their schedule during the school year. There are also options of online and correspondence classes available.
All students considering summer school or another alternative to earn credit should make an appointment to discuss their plans with their counselor. **Note: all courses taken beyond the school day will be the student's expense.
Summer School Options:
- Online classes at Walled Lake Northern via E2020
Kettering University provides multiple pre-college programs for interested high school students.
These include: Academically Interested Minds (AIM), Computer Engineering Summer Camps, Doctor for a Day, FIRST Robotics Summer Camps, Ford Summer Camps, Lives Improve Through Engineering (LITE), Math Olympiad, Personal Finance Camps, and VEX.
For more information, go to https://www.kettering.edu/precollege
Alma College is excited to share that this summer we are hosting an array of academic and service camps led by faculty and staff for high school students! These include: Business Scholars Camp, Environmental Science Camp, Global Challenge, and Plaid Serves.
With completion of either the Business Scholars Camp or the Environmental Science Camp, each participant will receive three transferable college credits. Students referred by a counselor to the Business Scholars Camp or the Environmental Camp are eligible to receive a $100 Referral Scholarship. Please have them put “referred by” and their counselor’s name on their registration form.
Prospective students who attend either Global Challenge or Plaid Serves and ultimately enroll at Alma College in the fall of 2018 will receive a tuition credit in the amount of the camp registration in the fall semester.
For more information, go to: www.alma.edu/summer or contact the Admissions Office at (989) 463-7139 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Abby Road offers students the sophisticated experience of a savvy traveler, rather than that of a tourist shuffling among the masses.
Founded by Stanford alumni in 2000, Abbey Road’s study abroad summer programs continue to deliver excellence. Our mission is to provide quality academic summer programs that facilitate cross-cultural understanding, personal growth and academic enrichment. Abbey Road was created through a collaboration of the best young professionals and educators from top schools and esteemed institutions. Our curriculum developers and staff come from places such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Duke, Cambridge, La Sorbonne, the United Nations, the World Bank, the European Parliament and the State Department ….. just to name a few.
Construction Craft Laborers’ Apprenticeship Readiness Summer Camp
The “Pathways to Apprenticeship” Construction Craft laborers’ Apprenticeship Readiness Summer Camp will provide an opportunity for students to participate in a 3-week camp to enhance their skills through construction trades training as a prerequisite for application to the “Pathways to Apprenticeship” School to Work 10-Week Summer Program during the summer of their senior year.
This program is sponsored through partnership with Michigan Laborers’ Training Apprenticeship Institute (MLTAI), Labors’ International Union of North America (LiUNA 1076) and Oakland Schools.
If you have any questions please contact Daphne Hoeft at Daphne.Hoeft@oakland.k12.mi.us or (248) 209-2516.
LOCATION: MLTAI, 5555 Cogswell Rd., Wayne, MI 48184
WHEN: Current Juniors: July 9-27, 2018, Monday-Friday / 8:00 AM—4:30 PM
COST: FREE. Students will be reimbursed for mileage to the Wayne site.
CURRICULUM: Construction Industry Orientation, Tools & Materials, OSHA-10, Blueprint Reading, Construction Math
United States Senate Youth Program
The 57th United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP) provides an opportunity for qualified high school juniors and seniors to deepen their understanding of America’s political processes.
Qualifications for this program are located at https://ussenateyouth.org/ in the 2019 brochure. Two students are selected from each state, and each will receive an all-expense paid trip to attend Washington, D.C. Week, from March 2-9. 2019, and a $10,000 undergraduate college scholarship award.
More Summer Camps / Programs:
Game Experience Summer Camp: https://game.experienceamerica.com/game-experience-2019-counselor/
University of Michigan Electrify Tech Camp: https://electrify.engin.umich.edu/
Miami University Summer Scholars Program: http://miamioh.edu/admission/high-school/summer-scholars/
Air Force Association CyberCamp: https://events.oakland.k12.mi.us/coe/coe_p2_details.aspx?eventid=181569&cc=COEE&oc=10
The New England Center for Investigative Reporting summer program: https://combeyond.bu.edu/workshop/bu-summer-journalism-institute/
Boston University’s Academy of Media Production summer workshop: https://combeyond.bu.edu/workshop/academy-of-media-production/
Project Fashion Summer Camp: http://fashion.experienceamerica.com/project-fashion-2019-counselor/
Lake Superior State University High School Summer Camps: https://www.lssu.edu/summer-camps/high-school-camps/
Stevens Institute of Technology's Pre-College summer programs: https://www.stevens.edu/admissions/pre-college-programs
Michigan Technological University Summer Youth Program: https://www.mtu.edu/syp/
Please note that these are not endorsed by Walled Lake Consolidated School District. As parents, you may wish to pursue these opportunities with your student.
*As we receive job opportunities for the 2019-2020 school year, we will post them.
Caddies Wanted! Up to $15/hour to start
Apply at www.oaklandhillscc.com
United States Census Bureau is looking for census takers. Must be 18 years old. Apply online at 2020census.gov/jobs
Walled Lake Schools Community Education is currently staffing for the Mid-Winter Break Camp on February, 17-21. This camp will be Monday thru Friday from 7AM-6PM. Each counselor will be scheduled for 6 hours each day. I am in need of at least 5 more counselors, ages 16 or older. This is a paid position. I believe the starting pay is $10 an hour. Call Patti Parrett for more information at 248.956.5000.
Fox Run is looking for part-time servers in their dining room. You must be able to work a weekend day, get to work by 3:45, and have a 2.0 GPA. Please visit jobs.ericksonliving.com and apply for the Server-”Fine Dining” position in Novi, MI.
Zeeland Lumber and Supply is looking for full-time team members to build their career as Truss Builders, Material Handlers, and Panel Builders. Apply online at www.zeelandlumber.com/join-our-team or call Laura at 248.257.8473
Fred's Landscaping is looking for spring/summer help. 18 and older, $14/hour, flexible schedule. Call (248) 669-1350 for more information.
Villa at Green Lake Estates is looking for a couple good people in the Food Dept. We may have the Job for You! Part time hours, work around your school, 3pm to 8pm, training, etc.
For more information, please contact: Scott Young, BBA, CDM, Director Nutrition Services
Villa at Green Lake Estates | 6470 Alden Dr | Orchard Lake, MI 48324
p 248-387-4714 | text 248-920-4577
*As we receive volunteer opportunities for the 2019-2020 school year, we will post them.
Detroit Public Television has two great volunteer opportunities coming up and we would love for you to be a part of it! These opportunities can accommodate individuals or group and are a great way to get hours during the summer months.
June Pledge: Our next pledge drive is scheduled to take place from Monday, June 4 to Friday, June 15 at the Riley Broadcast Center in Wixom. Volunteers are need to assist with answering pledge phone calls weeknights from 6pm to 11pm. Dinner will be provided by Buddy’s Pizza. Volunteers receive on-site training and guidance from our Staff Studio Supervisor and Senior Volunteers.
Kids Club Live: Our annual Kids Club Live event returns to the Royal Oak Farmers market on Tuesday, June 19 and Wednesday, June 20! Volunteers are needed to assist with activity booths, line-control, character handling, event clean up, and more. Shifts take place from 8:30a to 2pm AND 2pm to 8:30am with lunch/dinner provided. In addition, we will need volunteers to assist with set up on Monday, June 18 from 12pm to 6pm.
To sign-up for either opportunity visit www.dptv.org/volunteer. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out!