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Crime Scences S.T.E.M. Summer Class! The class is a 7 hour class on June 28th, from 9am – 4pm and will be hosted at the Canoe Club at Hammonton Lake. This class is Co-Hosted by the Hammonton Recreation Department.  a code for $15 off the cost of the class (Hammonton75).  This offer expires on June 21st.  Interested students can register at


Now Hiring Summer Camp Counselors at Hammonton Skating Center from 6-17 to 8-30. Must be 18 years or older. For more information call (609) 561-8061. 


Hire Cause is proud to announce the 2019 Summer Fellowship Program. This Fellowship is a 5-week program designed for highly motivated 9th-12th graders. It challenges students to bridge the gap between the classroom and the boardroom by raising awareness and funds for the charity of their choice. It is a 5-week program in which highly motivated students are challenged to grow their ability to lead and influence through projects that impact their community. Program starts 7-8-19 to 8-9-19. Deadline to apply 4-26-19. Apply online at


Volunteer Hammonton Town Clean-up Day for service hours on May 4th at 9:00 am at the Historical Train Station on Egg Harbor Road.


Ronald McDonald Teen Advisory Council applications are now available for all freshmen and sophomores! This is a great opportunity to volunteer while engaging in networking with their peers from many other schools and learning leadership skills. Tis is great to put on your college resume! Deadline 4-10-19. Apply online at


Pastore Orchards Farm Market Job Opening from May until November. Looking for responsible, hardworking, well-rounded individuals with outgoing personalities. Individuals must be willing to work flexible hours and days, especially weekends. You must be at least 15 years of age and willing and able to perform physical labor outside in all weather conditions. To Apply/Inquire: E-mail Jennifer Pastore at


Stockton University Urban Teacher Summer Program for students interested in becoming a teacher. The program is from June 24- July 5. There is no cost. Deadline to apply is 5-31-19. Apply online at


OxBridge Academic Study Abroad Summer Programs in Spain, England, France and the U.S. See Ms. Fourney if interested in the summer programs.


Fire Foundation Free Speech Essay Contest awards $10,000, $5,000 and $1,000 scholarships to a senior or junior. Deadline 1-31-19. To enter visit


Seton Hall Sustainable Development Challenge for sophomores, juniors and seniors can win  over $50,000. For more details go to


The Hammonton Art Center is open for registration for semester Art courses. Contact Annette Rinker at 856-768-0954 or


Construction Industry Career Day for Juniors on  May 28, 2019 from 4 pm to 8 pm. and May 29, 2019 from 8 am to 1 pm.  Register online at  http// 


Department of Education Invites 9-12 grade students to apply for The Prudential Spirit of Community Service Award.  Deadline 11-6-2018. See Ms. Fourney for the application information.


ACUA Open House Thursday, September 20th at  5:30 to 7 p.m. at ACUA’s Recycling Center 6700 Delilah Rd, Egg Harbor Twp. For high school students interested in Environmental Careers. To learn more call 609-272-6950.


Jeff Hatch Retired NFL Player Event at Camden County College on September 20, from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Jeff tells his story of sports injuries and pain medication addition. Register on-line at


KYW Newsradio Newstudies Program 2018 is open  for  Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors.  KYW Newsradio has given high school students the opportunity to learn about the inner workings of a major market radio station with the Newstudies student reporter program. During four Saturdays in October students will learn reporting, news writing, editing, ethics and interviewing skills from KYW Newsradio managers, editors, and reporters. At the end of the Newstudies program there will be a graduation ceremony.  Please see Ms. Fourney if interested. 


Atlantic County Utilities Authority Explorer Post Program  for students to learn more about careers in the environmental and science field.  For more information and to attend the open house on Thursday, September 20 from 5:30 – 7 p.m. go to


Gilda’s Teen Club @ Holy Spirit High School offers a in-school program for high school students impacted in any way with cancer. The clubs focus is to provide psychosocial support for teens.  If interest notify Ms. Sheets at or 609-926-2699.


Full College Scholarship Program for 9th Graders Introducing the Give Something Back Foundation
“Providing mentors and scholarships to help Pell Grant-eligible students go to college and graduate in four years, debt free”
The Give Something Back Foundation helps all students—regardless of their economic situation—receive access to a college education. Our program provides scholarships (tuition, room, and board) to one of our partner colleges and universities for four years, and our students complete their degree free of debt.
Recruited and enrolled in the GSBF program in the 9th grade, scholars will benefit from:
• A trained adult mentor who provides support throughout the student’s high
school years in order to prepare them for the college experience
• Yearly programming organized by the foundation, such as professional
social skills training, speaker events, career counseling, academic
workshops, college tours, and college application preparation.
• An opportunity to receive a quality college education and experience that they may never have had otherwise.
To learn how to apply or for more information,
contact Kelly Dun, Senior Vice President at 609.806.2649 njinfo@givesomethingbackfoundation


















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