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ASB is currently accepting election applications for all Class Officer & ASB Executive Board positions!  If you are interested apply online HERE! Make sure you are logged into your Renton student account to access the application!  Deadline for ASB Election application will be 5/21/2020. (RC, 5/21)


Register to attend a presentation by Renton Technical College (RTC) about the different pathways available at their school. RTC offers certificate programs, 2-year and 4-year degrees designed to provide you with the training and skills you need to access entry level positions in specific industries. The event will highlight Advanced Manufacturing, Business Management, Culinary Arts, Health & Human Services, Information Technology, Transportation Technology, and College and Career Programming. The event will be tomorrow, Tuesday, May 11th from 6-8pm. Learn more about the event here. (DP, 5/11)


Have you ever wanted to learn about what coding and computer science is but didn’t know where to start? We welcome you to apply to CS Explore Day, hosted by University of Washington’s ACM-W! CS Explore Day is a virtual afternoon event consisting of an interactive technical activity, a presentation about the "Day in the Life" of college students, and a panel featuring undergraduate women sharing their experiences navigating the computer science field! We strongly encourage female and non-binary students to apply! Swag will be included for all participants. If you have any questions please contact us at acmw@cs.washington.edu or @uwacmw on Instagram. The event will be May 15th from 1-4pm. (DP, 5/15)


Attend Teen Talk Time, a virtual space led by teen volunteers and designed to help teens practice English in a fun and informal setting. Teen Talk Time happens during Study Zone Plus – here is a short video to help you find it. (DP, 5/17)


Register to attend the 6th Annual Renton Career Fair. The event will be held virtually and is free to attend. Participants can expect to have text-based chats or chat-to-video with organizations from a variety of industries and should dress for success and have a resume ready. The career fair will be next Wednesday. May 19th from 1-5pm. (DP, 5/19)


Register to attend a virtual college info session every Friday in May at 12pm. Admission counselors from various colleges will present on the topics below and offer advice to help prepare for senior year. These events are open to students in Renton School District. The sessions are as follows: (DP, 5/28)


Register to join the Clean Water Ambassadors Program, an online program to learn ho to help protect clean water in our region. This opportunity is open to high school aged youth. Participants who are new to exploring environmental topics and are underrepresented in environmental careers are strongly encouraged to apply. The program will be from June 28 – July 23, Tues-Fri, 1-3pm. Orientation will be on Monday, June 28, 1-3pm. The deadline to apply is June 15th.. To learn more about the program, click here. (DP, 5/31)


Interested in a career in manufacturing? Attend an AJAC virtual information session any Wednesday from 4-5pm from now until May 26th. To learn more about this opportunity and how you can launch your career in advanced manufacturing, click here. (DP, 5/31)


Sign-up to attend the 2021 Evergreen Girls State Program, a 3-day speaker series. Participants can expect to become knowledgeable in the democratic process and how our republic form of government works at the local, state and national levels. This opportunity is no cost and open to all high school girls. ALA members, and families. Scholarship opportunities will be available as well as the opportunity to apply to attend ALA Girls Nation. The event will be June 14 – 16 from 7-8:30pm via Zoom. To learn more about this program, click here. (DP, 5/31)


Register to be a contestant for the #206Rising Youth Talent Search. This opportunity is open to youth entrepreneurs ages 12-19 who live, attend school, work, play, or pray in the 98144, 98108, 98118, or 98178 zip code. #206Rising is looking for a bright business idea for a chance to earn $500 for your schools or youth group for a party function in June 2021. Prizes will be awarded for 2nd and 3rd place as well. Contestants must register in advance, attend a minimum of two coaching sessions with established business owners, and submit their pre-recorded business idea by next Friday, May 7th. For more information on the coaching sessions and contest, click here. (DP, 6/1)


Register to attend one or two 3-week online sessions in Arabic, Korean, or Mandarin Chinese. Students can earn 0.5 World Language credits for each session; therefore, if you complete 6 weeks (Level 1A and Level 1B), you will get 1.0 credits, which is a year's worth of language study. The cost for all students is $25 per session but if this is a barrier, OneWorld is happy to work with you and your family. The deadline to apply is June 6th but classes are first-come, first-served. To learn more, click here. (DP, 6/6)


The BigSun Organization is proud to be able to help young athletes succeed in their academic pursuits. They are offering a $500 annual scholarship to a deserving student. All student athletes are eligible regardless of the sport they are engaged in or the capacity in which they participate. The student must be a high school senior or be attending a post secondary institute. https://bigsunathletics.com The deadline is June 19, 2021. (AK, 6/19)