RBHS Career Corner

October 2018

Career Specialist

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Career Specialist A-M Susan Bennett sjbennett@lexington1.net (803) 821-5590

Career Specialist N-Z Shenita Chapman schapman@lexingon1.net (803) 821-0733

Job Shadowing

11th and 12th graders did you know that you have two opportunities to job shadow each year? You can job shadow once a semester for four hours and your absence will be excused. Download the request form. Click here more information and to download the request form.

Internship Information for Juniors

Are you a Junior who might be interested in completing an internship next school year? We would love to have you as an RBHS intern. Here are some things to consider. If you have any questions, email your career specialist.

Midlands Technical College Quick Jobs

The Jobs Gap

The job market for technically educated, well-trained employees is growing rapidly. Between now and the year 2022, it’s estimated that 82% of all job openings in South Carolina will require a two-year education or a specialized certificate or training.

QuickJobs programs can help prepare you for these lucrative jobs with some at no cost!

You do not need prior experience in a field; QuickJobs programs are designed to provide intensive and complete job training. Most programs take just a few months to complete, and some can be finished in a matter of weeks. Compare program timeframes, cost, and average career earnings with MTC's QuickJobs Reference Sheet.


Scholarship Information for 9th - 12th Graders

RaiseMe - Earn Scholarships for College

Raise.me helps students in 9th - 12th grades to discover colleges and earn scholarships for their academic and extracurricular achievements throughout high school. These bite-sized scholarships are called “Micro-Scholarships”. When students add achievements to their Portfolio on Raise.me, they could be eligible to earn Micro-Scholarships towards our partner colleges. These achievements can include good grades, participating in clubs, playing on a sports team, volunteering, or even starting a club. They can include AP or IB courses, honors classes, and college-level courses, too. For more information click here.

Michelin Technical Scholar Informational Meeting

Michelin Technical Scholars Program Informational Meeting

Tuesday, Oct. 30th, 8:45pm

2421 Augusta Highway

Lexington, SC

Join us for an informational meeting! Parents are invited as well!

How can a student become a Michelin Technical Scholar?
Michelin Scholars must demonstrate their aptitude for a successful career as an Electronic Engineering Technician or Mechatronics by passing an aptitude test. Those with the aptitude to be a Michelin Scholar are then interviewed at a local Michelin facility to determine if they have the motivation and drive necessary to become a member of the Michelin team.

What is the Michelin Technical Scholars Program?

Michelin North America offers scholarships to select students in the Electronic Engineering Technology (EET) or Mechatronics major at Midlands Technical College. The scholarship covers the cost of tuition, fees, and books. Michelin Scholars also participate in a paid co-op program reinforcing their classroom knowledge by working part-time in a Michelin manufacturing facility.

Who can take the test?

This is for 11th & 12th graders and they should know that this is a 2-year program through MTC .

Michelin Scholar informational meeting will take place on October 30th. There will be two sessions, 8:45am and 12:45pm. Parents are invited to attend. Please see your career specialist for a permission slip to attend.

*Students must register themselves.

Use the following link: https://goo.gl/forms/MVavvsK8ehwaGsRe2

11th & 12th grades are invited to attend, along with parent/guardians.

ASVAB Career Exploration Testing


ASVAB Career Exploration Testing

Thursday, Oct. 25th, 8:30-10:30am

Gator Commons

The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) Career Exploration Program will be offered at RBHS on October 25, 2018. To be eligible to test, you must be 16 years of age or older, and in 10th, 11th, or 12th grade.

  • The ASVAB is NOT just a "military test;” but provides tools to help you learn more about career exploration and planning, in both the civilian and military worlds of work.

  • We have selected the option to NOT release scores, however, you will have the option to make your individual score available to recruiters if you choose.

  • Testing will begin at 8:30am in Gator Commons and should last approximately three hours.

  • Testing is FREE.

Space is limited to the first fifty (50) eligible students to register with preference going to seniors. Instructions for students to register can be found in the Later Gator newsletter.

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Susan Bennett

Career Specialist serving students with last names ending in A-M

Shenita Chapman

Career Specialist serving students with last names ending in N-Z