Southern Illinois Healthcare
Summer Internship Program
Qualified students are eligible for a eight week internship program in Laboratory,
Nursing, Radiology, Respiratory Therapy, Physical or Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy or Health Information. Students entering their Junior and Senior year and graduating Seniors are eligible to apply. Apply at http://www.sih.net/careers/student-opportunities/internship/ and click on Internship Application. Deadline to apply is by May 1, 2018.
SouthEastern Electric Cooperative
“Youth to Washington” and “Youth to Springfield”
In an attempt to introduce students to government and the political process,
SouthEastern Electric will select and sponsor two junior or senior students from high
schools in its service area on an all-expense paid bus trip to Springfield. Students
will meet elected senators and representatives at the Capitol and learn first-hand about the workings of our state government.
In addition, the group will tour the Supreme Court and other historic sites of Springfield during the day. SouthEastern Electric will also sponsor these students on a week-long, all-expense paid trip to Washington,
D.C. Students will meet their Senators at the U.S. Capitol and have lunch with U.S. Representatives while they are on Capitol
Hill. Students interested in government and the political process should pick
up an application in the guidance office. Deadline for application is Friday, March 2, 2018.
Mrs. Debbie Ryker
Johnston City High School
Johnston City, IL 62951
Phone: (618) 983-8638
Email Mrs. Ryker
to Send Your ACT Scores
You can have
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registered. You can request score reports online, by phone, and through the
mail. Information on the various options and prices can be viewed at: http://www.actstudent.org/
Keep in mind that many colleges and universities require your ACT scores
be sent directly from ACT. You can look at your ACT score sheet to see if you
selected a certain college or university to receive your test scores. If you
didn’t, you may need to send your score directly from ACT.