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CAREER CENTER INFORMATION AND APPLICATIONS
Liberty North students have the opportunity to attend one of two career centers. Each career center offers programs geared towards high school juniors and seniors. For details about each career center, please click on the links below. To set up a shadow, come down to the Counseling Center to pick up a shadow form.
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- Aviation Technology
- Agricultural Sciences - Plant Systems or Animal Systems
- Construction Technology I/II
- Culinary Arts I/II
- Diesel Technology I/II
- Health Sciences I/II
- Heating, Cooling and Climate Control I/II
- Industrial Welding I/II
- IT Professionals I/II
- Law Enforcement/Crime Scene Investigation I/II
- Teaching Professions
Click HERE to apply!!! Applications Due: March 1st
- Animation and Media I/II (Grades 11-12)
- Automotive Technology I/II (Grades 11-12)
- Carpentry/Construction Technology I/II (Grades 11-12)
- Computer Technology I/II (Grades 11-12)
- Electrical Trades I/II (Grades 11-12)
- EMT-Basic (Grade 12)
- Fire Fighter I/II/Fire Science . (Grades 11-12)
- Health Services (Grades 11-12)
- Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning I/II (Grades 11-12)
Click HERE to apply!!! Applications due March 11th.
Early College Academy
Application deadline: FEBRUARY 15, 2021.
This program allows high school juniors and seniors attend MCC-Maple Woods to take college classes in the afternoon on Maple Woods' campus. Students will get high school and college credit. If accepted, students can drive or take the bus to afternoon college classes. See your counselor for more information.
1. Complete application. (CLICK HERE!)
2. Apply to Maple Woods. Go to MCCKC.EDU
3. Take the ACCUPLACER if you do not have an ACT score or do not meet the ACT score requirement.
The Accuplacer is FREE! You must apply to MCC at www.mcckc.edu to get a student ID number. Option #1-Testing begins at 8am M-F, at Maple Woods. Call 816-604-1000 for more information --
Option #2- LNHS will host the Accuplacer on February 24th at 9 AM. Limited to the first 40 students. LNHS Accuplacer Registration. Scores will be available immediately and sent to Dr. Saluri to complete the application requirements.
4. Submit your ACCUPLACER score report to the counseling office if taken directly at MCC.
Click HERE to view the Early College Flyer.
KC TECH ACADEMY
The KC Tech Academy Program is open to junior and seniors students interested in robotics, electrical machine repair and industrial technology. 1st-year students will attend in the afternoon and 2nd-year students will attend in the morning. Bus transportation will be provided but you are allowed to drive your own car. KC Tech Academy takes place at MAGNA in Liberty.
DEADLINE: February 19, 2021
1. Complete the application that is found here: https://kctechacademy.com/student-resources/
2. Interview with KC Tech Academy teachers.
Network 53 (Formerly called, LPS CAREER INTERNSHIPS)
Are you a current sohomore or junior interested in interning for LPS or a business or company in the community next school year? Complete this form by February 19, 2021. You have the opportunity to apply for an internship. If accepted, your counselor will work with you to remove 2 elective classes to fit the internship class in your schedule.
Grade: Juniors and Seniors
NCAPS is revolutionizing high school education through a profession-based educational model, created in partnership with Cerner, Ford, Magna, and Liberty and NKC Hospitals. Students gain experience working with real businesses, assisting and learning through meaningful projects.
Click HERE to apply. Deadline is Feb. 26, 2021.
- Business Accelerator
- Digital Media and Design
- DMD focuses on providing Juniors and Seniors with the most authentic look possible at careers in graphic design, digital photography, video production, and audio production. DMD offers opportunities for students to work on authentic digital media and design projects in the community, introduces students to industry professionals, and helps them make the best decision possible for their future endeavors. The students get total choice what they learn and how they learn it. They choose what field to explore, what projects they work, and what professionals they speak with
- Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing
- Global Business and Logistics
- Medicine and Healthcare-Imaging Center
- Medicine and Healthcare-Liberty Hospital
- Medicine and Healthcare-NKC Hospital
- Technology Solutions
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE PARENT NIGHT INFORMATIONAL POWERPOINT.
Click HERE for upcoming Northland CAPS events Jan. 14th - Feb. 26th, 2021
Click HERE for a student video showcasing NCAPS
Educational Internship Program (EIP)
Deadline: February 19, 2021
Educational Internship Program Career Exploration (Grades 10-11)
Sophomores and juniors who are interested in pursuing a career in teaching will engage in several career exploration activities including shadowing mentor teachers across various grade levels in elementary and middle schools, examining teaching practices and student learning, developing lessons and activities for students, meeting with representatives from various colleges and universities to discuss general policies and the requirements for a degree in teaching or education, developing a resume, and participating in career-focused competitions at the regional and state level. Students will participate in field experiences at an elementary or middle school one or two days each week. During other class times, students will engage in learning activities and reflection at the high school. All students participating in EIP must adhere to the policies and procedures of their cooperating schools and classrooms as well as their high school.
Educational Internship Program Theory and Practice
This college level course is intended for seniors who are considering pursuing teaching as a profession. Students will be assigned a classroom in the district in order to gain teaching experience as they assist the mentor teacher with classroom preparation, tutoring, small group learning activities, and whole group instruction. Students will also engage in pedagogical studies and instructional projects that explore classroom culture, literacy, theories of learning, and other educational issues. Strategies are aligned to local, state, and national standards for college and career readiness.
Educational Internship Program Field Experience
During the second semester of EIP, interns will assist their cooperating teachers with classroom preparation, tutoring, and instructional activities related to lesson design and assessment. Students will also explore the roles of diversity and differentiation in the contemporary classroom. Strategies are aligned to local, state, and national standards for college and career readiness.
Click HERE to apply!