As an Equal Opportunity Employer, our family of properties does not discriminate in hiring or terms and conditions because of an individual's race, creed, color, gender, age, sexual orientation, disability or national origin. All of our other guests will continue to be required to make advance reservations for timed entry throughout the entire day/evening.
Wild lights will begin for the public on Friday, November 20 and run through Sunday, January 3, 2021. Learn More To manage the number of guests entering the Zoo during Wild lights, beginning on Member Night (Thursday, November 19) and for the remainder of the Wild lights season, Members can enjoy the Zoo BEFORE 3 p.m. without a reservation.
All of our other guests will continue to be required to make advance reservations for timed entry throughout the entire day/evening. Wild lights will begin for the public on Friday, November 20 and run through Sunday, January 3, 2021.
Year Three: At The Wilds, in addition to a primary focus on medicine in a large pasture/large herd management scheme, conservation medicine is emphasized through exposure to ecological and wildlife research projects, and the Master’s research is concluded, written and defended. In-staff expertise in primate conservation and marine ecosystem restoration has resulted in a positive global impact.
The Wilds support over 300 animals representing approximately 25 species of conservation concern around the world. As an AZA Accredited institution, The Wilds is a globally unique facility combining cutting edge science, medicine and husbandry.
____ Complete the Mentor and Family Agreement forms (pink) ____ Enter internship information online at http://tinyurl.com/CAHSinterns19 ____ Communicate with mentor your start date (October 16th), start time, and expected attire. ____ Scope out the full year of Internship Portfolio X assignments, mark them in your planner.
____ Create a resume and personal statement (visit http://tinyurl.com/CAHSInternship for templates and samples. Author S Smith Posted on August 27, 2019, Categories Internship experience Tags became, CARS, Cohort 2020, Columbus Alternative High School, Internship The following was given to all members of the Class of 2021 during their class meeting on Friday, August 23rd at 1:00pm.
____ Complete the Mentor and Family Agreement forms (pink) ____ Enter internship information online at http://tinyurl.com/CAHSinterns19 ____ Communicate with mentor your start date (October 30th), start time, and expected attire. ____ Scope out the full year of Internship Portfolio X assignments, mark them in your planner.
____ Create a resume and personal statement (visit http://tinyurl.com/CAHSInternship for templates and samples. Author S Smith Posted on May 7, 2019May 7, 2019 Categories Internship experience, Uncategorized Tags CML, Columbus Metropolitan Library, Internship, Leadership, partnerships Spring and summer often present an abundance of opportunities for students to explore career and college interests, and to best prepare for what comes next.
These programs are vital in giving students the tools to take the next step in your journey. We introduce students to careers, teach interview skills and MBA level resume writing techniques.
Students have the opportunity to earn $50, professional clothing and a portfolio when completing the program. This class will be held at The Ohio State University on Thursdays from 5:30pm until 7:00pm beginning on April 4th ending on May 30th.
Join us for four weeks of intense and beneficial boot camp sessions geared towards Cohort 2019 in need of industry credentials or Work Keys for graduation pathways. Author S Smith Posted on March 21, 2019March 21, 2019 Categories Extracurricular Opportunities, Uncategorized Tags Columbus City Schools, graduation, Internship, spiritofCCS, Summer programs, The Ohio State University We’ve begun meeting with Class of 2021 to input scheduling requests, including the IB Diploma Program candidate application, and working on resumes for use during the CARS Internship experience search process.
Students are encouraged to continue polishing their resumes in the days following classroom visits, and revisit the resume in August of the school year (to capture summer enrichment and employment experiences) and in May of the school year (to capture internship, academic, and other experiences). A link to the presentation used for resumes (with beginning steps towards drafting a personal statement) can be found here.
Author S Smith Posted on March 12, 2019March 12, 2019 Categories Uncategorized Tags CARS, cohort 2021, Internship, resume, scheduling, werockWednesday Families and students of current sophomores are invited to learn more about options for junior and senior year, including the CARS Internship experience, our unique Wednesday program. Join us from 5-7pm at both Columbus Downtown High School and Fort Hayes Career Center to meet with program instructors to make an informed decision going forward.
Parents/Guardians must also approve the student’s request to apply through the Parent Portal of Infinite Campus. Columbus Rotary Enterprise Academy Applications due Thursday, December 13th Juniors and seniors who are interested in learning more about the principles and practices of business should consider the Columbus Rotary Enterprise Academy, which runs each Monday from January 28th through March 25th.
Author S Smith Posted on December 10, 2018December 7, 2018 Categories Uncategorized Tags CARS, CARS Internship experience, Career, career center, Career Technical Education, Columbus City Schools, CTE, Internship, partnerships I hope you’ve had a restful Thanksgiving and are prepared for the next three and a half weeks until Winter Break. We’ve four Wednesdays of the CARS Internship experience (including today), and December promises to be to the brim with opportunities.
The theme of the Junior Achievement Hall of Fame Banquet is “Raise Your Hand,” inspired by our CARS Partner and JA Vice President of Capstone Programs and Facilities Management, Pete Crosier. Pete and the JA team have partnered with the CARS Internship experience for five years, working with over 70 students.
While at JA Biz town for their Wednesday internship, CARS students have the opportunity to go through financial literacy coursework, visit influential Central Ohio businesses, visit universities, and of course help local fifth and sixth grade students experience a day at Biz town. We’re excited to have CARS artwork featured at an event that draws nearly 500 of the most influential community and business partners in Central Ohio.
Freshmen will meet as a group to discuss norms and exceptional questions to ask, then visit the Fair from 1:50-2:30p. Participating students can earn 1 credit through Franklin University, gain invaluable communication skills, and build professional contacts with some of Central Ohio’s leading business owners.
While this event is geared towards sophomores as they make the decision whether to apply to the career center for the 2019-2020 school year, all families are encouraged to learn more about the plethora of programs offered to CCS students. See the attached flyer for more information and contact Samantha Smith at ssmith2@ Columbus.k12.oh.us with further questions.
Check out the Columbus City Schools Career Tech Education options by viewing the Google Slides. Each Thursday, CARS administration will receive a list of students whose attendance has not been reported.
Bus pass request forms for December 2018 and January 2019 will be distributed by the end of this week during the student’s English class. These forms must be submitted by Friday, November 2nd in order to ensure we receive the necessary passes.
Today we have COSI, Columbus Metropolitan Library, and Tutor Doctor coming out to meet with students interested in interning with these agencies. Yesterday we had The Ohio State University Department of Philosophy who met with eager students wanting to learn more about interning with the Center for Ethics and Human Values.