Career Spotlight

Career Info and Opportunities~Methacton Students & Families

February News

Dear Methacton Community,


I hope you are all having a wonderful winter! Please see some great opportunities for studets below. If you have any questions, please email me at KKulp@methacton.org.


Stay safe and warm!


Kimberly Kulp

Methacton School District

K-12 Career Counselor

Future Engineers!

Wentworth Institute of Technology invites you to learn about their campus, their programs, and the incredible opportunities that Wentworth's School of Engineering offers. You will have the chance to chat with students and faculty through panels and presentations.

The events will take place in the evenings, the week of February 22nd-Februry 26th, and will be virtual.

Click on embedded link below to register.

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Lockheed Martin Space High School Internship Program

The Lockheed Martin Space High School Internship program is designed to give students the opportunity to work with aerospace scientists and engineers. Lockheed Martin Space High School Interns spend 9+ weeks over the summer working on Lockheed Martin Space projects. These projects will allow students to work on solving and deploying process, procedures and systems that help our customers keep people safe.


If you feel you have what it takes to be a Lockheed Martin Space high school intern please request more information at high-school-internship.gr-space@lmco.com

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Shannondell Employment Opportunity

Shannondell is looking for high school students who are 15 years of age or older to work part-time in their Dining Services. Students can apply online at: www.shannondell.com.


At Shannondell they offer: great pay, flexible schedules, cash referral bonuses, monthly employee recognition cash, college scholarships, free shift meals, and holiday appreciation pay.


This could be a great opportunity for students looking for a rewarding part-time job.

Preparation for Healthcare Careers

Whether the goal is to be a doctor, nurse, or other healthcare professional, it is never too early to learn about coursework, extracurriculars, and skills for a future career in healthcare. The article also features an interview with a physician who mentors students interested in pursuing healthcare careers.


Please click here: https://www.edumed.org/medical-careers/how-to-prepare-in-high-school/

to learn how to prepare for a healthcare career while in high school.
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Interested in Law Enforcement?

Check out this interview with a police sergeant to learn more about a typical day, requirements and possible career paths.