Project Indy – Mayor Joe Hogsett’s Youth Jobs Program12/1/22
Project Indy is comprised of a network of community organizations, employers, and corporate partners who are providing job opportunities, soft-skill development and job-readiness training to in-school and out-of-school youth in Marion County.
Mayor Joe Hogsett has created Project Indy to help connect youth to jobs in Indianapolis.
Each year, BCHS lists private tutors and companies that have advertised their services to us. BCHS counseling
department does not vouch for the effectiveness of these services nor do we negotiate fees.
A full list of tutors and other coursework help and homework aids can be found on the main BCHS website, under ‘Academics’.
Peer tutoring will be available from National Honor Society students beginning Quarter 2, 2022
- Step 1 – Make the excellent decision that you want to meet with a NHS tutor for help.
- Step 2 – See your teacher. See your teacher. Working with teachers to learn about your areas of growth helps give you a plan for questions to ask your peer tutor.
- Step 3: Starting in Quarter 2, 2022, you can meet with peer tutors in Room 106 during B seminar. You will not need to sign up in advance.
Questions? See See Mr. Horrigan in Room 106.
Exploring — Discover Your Future5/10/22
Exploring provides exciting activities and mentorship for youth with hands-on experience to determine whether or not a particular career field is right for them. Students can develop valuable networking contacts with professionals working in selected career fields by participating in this program.
In May 2022, Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors were emailed an Interest Survey “Exploring” which will give them the opportunity to participate in career exploration programs offered in their areas of interest next fall. The survey is also available in the School Counseling canvas course.
Find information about the program at www.exploring.org/.
Exploradoor: Indiana resource for internships, experiences4/11/22
Exploradoor is a great resource for Indianapolis students to pursue opportunities in our area.
It is a free resource that ‘opens doors’ among teens, their families, schools to Indiana programs and opportunities.
Listed in the portal are opportunities for enrichment, experiences and leadership. ‘Open the Door’ to build your resume, explore your passion, and connect with ways to serve.Go to www.exploradoor.com
Schoolhouse.world: Free online tutoring for SAT, AP, Math10/5/21
The Indiana Department of Education is partnering with Schoolhouse.world to support students in grades eight through 12 with free tutoring for SAT preparation, math courses and Advanced Placement (AP) courses.
Live small-group tutoring via Zoom will focus on SAT reading, writing and math as well as AP course tutoring in calculus, statistics, chemistry, biology, physics and computer science.
Signup for a session today at Schoolhouse.world
‘Exploring Posts’: A Unique Career Exploration Program9/14/21
Exploring Posts give students the opportunity to learn about careers associated with local area companies and organizations. Exploring is an affiliate of Boy Scouts of America and has been offering valuable connections to real-world career exploration to Indy and Bishop Chatard students for many years.
Eli Lilly, BSA Lifestructures and One America are just a few of the companies offering Exploring Posts, many of which start this week! But students can register anytime. Guidebooks are being distributed to Sophomores and Juniors, and are also available for any student to pick up in the Guidance Office.
Info and registration also available at www.crossroadsbsa.org/programs/exploring/
It’s inevitable that we all experience stress in our daily lives. Some stress is actually good for us but too much stress can be harmful. Check out the special edition School Counseling Newsletter November 2016 specifically addressing stress and how to effectively manage it.Inside you will learn about…
Have any questions? Stop by the Guidance Office and talk to your School Counselor!
- Tips for staying healthy
- How to create a stress plan
- Who you can talk to if you are stressed
- Apps to help you identify and manage your stress/anxiety
- Deep breathing exercises
- And more!
Online Homework Help10/14/16
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology offers free math and science homework help.Visit askrose.org
Too much to do with too little time? Stressed about life? View the handouts below for tips from the guidance department about how to handle stress. Included are apps that can help you track your stress levels!
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