Harding will host it's Free Application for Federal Student Aid(FAFSA) Night on December 1st at Harding in the Media Center. Parents, come get information and help completing the FAFSA for your child's college education expenses. Representatives from College Foundation of North Carolina will be on site to provide information about the changes that have occurred to the FAFSA process for this coming Fall 2017 applicants. If you would like to complete your financial aid on-site, please bring the following items: Social Security Numbers for you and your child, any additional asset information, and your 2015 tax return information.
SCHOLARS AND ATHLETES, SCSU is hosting a recruitment fair on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2016 FROM 7:00pm-8:30 P.M. at FRIENDSHIP MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH (OLD CHURCH), 3301 BEATTIES FORD ROAD, CHARLOTTE, NC 28216. THE SESSION IS DESIGNED TO HELP PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS AND THEIR PARENTS GATHER INFORMATION ABOUT SCSU.
Seniors, are you interested in a career in Nursing? Apply for the North Carolina State Elks Association Nursing Scholarship! The application deadline for this $1000 scholarship is December 4, 2016! The application form is attached below!
RAMS! If you want to increase your chances of getting scholarships, working on your grades and attendance is a key first step. There's more to it than grades, however. Community service and a neat, professional resume are extremely important! Take a look at the resources above to help you get started or find out more about how you can increase your own community service involvement and build a strong resume. What's more, sharing your talents through service, and highlighting your efforts in a resume, are vital ways for you to make our community even better!
We are anticipating an exciting Career Week at Harding University High School November 14th – 18th. At Harding, our goal is to expose students to a host of colleges, vast of occupations within various industries, and learning experiences.
The objective of Career Week at Harding is to help our students prepare for their transition into the workforce or college by providing assistance in career planning. It will also help students understand what steps are required to gain entry in the field of their choice. There are three focus areas for Career Week:
1. Students should discover the types of training and education needed for different careers.
2. Students should find out about their strengths, interests, goals, and personal style.
3. Students will examine options available to them as they explore industries, careers, training, and education.
LEARN MORE ABOUT WHAT'S GOING ON THAT WEEK BY CLICKING ON THE FLYER.