WTW College and Career Center Newsletter

13 March 2020

By K. Ishii
College and Career Center Newsletter
March 13, 2020

This information is provided for your convenience and perusal. Postings do not indicate endorsement or sponsorship by W.T. Woodson, FCPS, or any administrator or employee of either W.T. Woodson or FCPS.

Parents need to check and be satisfied with any program chosen for their children.

This document contains links to one or more web pages that are outside the FCPS network.  Neither W.T. Woodson High School nor FCPS controls the content or relevancy of these pages.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

VERY IMPORTANT

During this time, ALWAYS check to insure an event has not been cancelled before going.  Any event advertiser could miss a cancellation or the cancellation could be declared after the advertisement.

POSTPONED- NVCC FIELD TRIP

The NVCC field trip planned for 25 March has been postponed.  Watch for rescheduling.

VOLUNTEERS STILL NEEDED FOR AP TESTING

Woodson’s Student Services Department is in search of parent volunteers for this year’s AP testing. This is another great opportunity to volunteer during the school day! Training will be provided.  AP exams will take place from May 6th – May 17th. There are two test sessions, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Morning test sessions require proctors to be present from 7:45 a.m.-11:45 a.m. (approximately). Afternoon test sessions require proctors to be present from 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (approximately).  Please contact Kathleen Guinee, Assessment Coach, at @email or 703-503-4805 if you can volunteer to proctor.

FCPS STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE TO THE SCHOOL BOARD

FCPS students can apply to become the student representative to the School Board.  The student representative is not a member of the School Board but serves in a nonvoting, advisory capacity, representing the interests of the students of Fairfax County Public Schools.  Current Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors are eligible.  To apply, students must complete and submit the Student Representative Application and attend the election convention at Marshall High School in the Auditorium on Wednesday, 22 April.  The applicant should be prepared to speak in front of the Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council (SAC) student delegates.  The SAC student delegates will vote to elect the representative to the School Board.  For more information and to apply, visit https://www.fcps.edu/blog/application-2020-student-representative-school-boardThe application deadline is 24 March.

DON’T FORGET

FREE “PROM SHOP”

Do you need a prom dress or suit?  Dresses from Size 0 to Size 24 and a few suits/cummerbunds are available for FREE.  Stop by Mrs. Sussy Tomer’s office, A139 on Mondays, Wednesdays, or Fridays from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm.  Prom date is Saturday, 9 May.

JOIN COLLEGE PARTNERSHIP

Applications for the FCPS College Partnership program are now available.  College Partnership is designed to help students who will be first generation college students, especially if they are part of an under-represented minority.  Learn how to better navigate college preparation and the college application process.  Applications can be found online at https://tinyurl.com/CPPapp2020.  Please visit Mr. Ford or Mr. Matthews in Student Services if you have questions.  Completed applications are due 18 March.

2020 FAIRFAX COUNTY TEEN JOB FAIR - There will be a Fairfax County Teen Job Fair and Resume Building Workshop at Fairfax County High Schools during March.  These job fairs focus on Fairfax County teens (approximately 16 to 18 years old) looking for full-time employment, after-school employment, seasonal positions, internship opportunities, volunteer experiences, or wanting tips to build their resume.  Volunteer opportunities and resume building workshops will be available for younger students starting to build their resume.  During previous job fairs, a combined total of over 120 employers attended all events.  As with all events at this time, check to be sure it hasn’t been cancelled before going.  Consider all available Teen Job Fairs held on Saturdays at the following FCPS high schools:

  • 14 March, 2-4 pm at Chantilly High School
  • 21 March, 10 am – Noon at Mount Vernon High School
  • 28 March, 10 am – Noon at West Springfield High School

FAFSA COMPLETION WORKSHOPS – This final, free workshop will provide one-to-one assistance with FAFSA completion.  All Senior families are welcome.  Pre-registration at www.collegeaccessfairfax.org will help ensure enough supplies for everyone.  Questions may also be emailed to @email.

  • 7 April, 5:30 - 7:30 pm - Mount Vernon High School

U.S. SERVICE ACADEMY SUMMER SESSION PROGRAMSThese programs have a small fee but are an excellent window into academy life.  Juniors who are considering an academy should consider applying to the appropriate summer program.

AIR FORCE INFORMATION SESSION

4 April, 9:30 am – Noon, 4490 Rossborough Ln, Reckord Armory, Room 0131, College Park, MD 20742 – Hear presentations and talk with representatives from Air Force ROTC, US Air Force Academy, Air National Guard, Active Duty, and Reserve Air Force.  In addition, there will be a speaker from the Air Force Research Laboratory which is supported by numerous civilians.  Full-time, part-time, and college tracks will be discussed.  Register at https://af_info_session.eventbrite.com.

NEW SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES

JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ENTREPRENEURSHIP SUMMIT

27-31 July, JA Finance Park, 4099 Pickett Road, Fairfax, VA - The JA Entrepreneurship Summit is an intensive, five-day “startup boot camp” where high school students are challenged to design ready-to-launch, socially-conscious businesses, leveraging the support of a real-world company partner. The experience culminates in a pitch competition to a panel of esteemed business leaders.  Robust content, mini-seminars and team-building activities, supported by committed business leaders and trained volunteer mentors, develops both technical and soft skills.  Rising Freshmen through Seniors are eligible to participate.  Registration is $175 through 31 March and $225 from 1 April to 15 May.  Additional opportunities to lower registration costs are available at https://www.myja.org/tuition-dollars-program.  For more information and to register, visit https://www.myja.org/entrepreneurshipsummit/learnmore/.

SCIENCE, SERVICE, MENTORING, AND MEDICINE (S2M2) EXTERNSHIP

13-17 July or 20-24 July, 8 am – 4:30 pm, Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, MD – The mission of S2M2 is to encourage, nurture, and enhance a commitment to service and medicine in a welcoming and intellectually stimulating environment for a diverse population of high school students.  The program seeks to develop leadership and teaching skills and provide long-term mentoring and learning opportunities to prospective USU students and others interested in pursuing a career in military science or medicine.  Activities include research techniques, physician shadowing, and learning about medical technology.  Applicants must be rising 10-12 graders in good academic standing, have completed a high school-level science course, have demonstrated scholastic achievement, and have an interest in science, medicine, and leadership.  The 5-day program is FREE.  For more information and to apply, visit https://www.usuhs.edu/medschool/diversity/s2m2The application deadline is 10 April.

NEW CONFERENCES/SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP SERIES PART 1: WHAT TECHNOLOGY DOES MY CHILD NEED FOR HOME AND SCHOOL?

24 April, 10 am – Noon, Dunn Loring Center for Parent Services, 2334 Gallows Road, Entrance 1, room 100, Dunn Loring, VA - Learn about technology expectations by grade level and what you can do to keep students safe while helping to manage the impact of technology use.  For more information and to register, visit https://www.fcps.edu/resources/family-engagement/parent-resource-center/register-free-workshops-parent-resource-center.

FAMILY ENGAGEMENT POLICY OPEN MEETING

17 March, 7-8 pm, Gatehouse Administration Center Café, and 30 March, 7-8 pm, West Potomac High School Auditorium – FCPS is hosting several open meetings to receive feedback on the draft version of the new Family Engagement Policy.  The purpose of the policy is to promote effective and meaningful family-school partnerships–inclusive of all families–as an essential element in supporting student success.  Parents, staff, students, and community members are invited to attend one of the open meetings.  For more information or to join the meeting virtually, visit https://www.fcps.edu/news/family-engagement-policy-open-meetings.

POSITIVE DISCIPLINE: KEEPING YOUR SANITY WHILE GETTING YOUR TEENS TO COOPERATE

23 April, 10 am – Noon, Dunn Loring Center for Parent Services, 2334 Gallows Road, Entrance 1, room 100, Dunn Loring, VA - This workshop will provide information to parents on various discipline techniques and routines to use for adolescents.  Specific information to be presented will include the teen brain, the purpose and meaning of discipline, constructive communication, choices and consequences, and rules and rewards.  For more information and to register, visit https://www.fcps.edu/resources/family-engagement/parent-resource-center/register-free-workshops-parent-resource-center.

WOMEN IN AVIATION AND SPACE FAMILY DAY

14 March, 10 am – 3 pm, Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, VA – The Air and Space Museum is opening its doors for a day full of hands-on activities, inspiring women, and fun challenges to celebrate women’s contributions to space, aviation, and STEM fields.  The family day is designed to introduce visitors to groundbreaking women of the past and future.  STEM professionals and air traffic controllers are ready to answer questions about a career in science and flight.  Curators will talk about women working in space and military demonstration pilots.  Parking is $15.  For more information, visit https://airandspace.si.edu/events/women-aviation-space-family-day-2020.

NEW EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

AUDREY MOORE RECENTER NOW HIRING LIFEGUARDS  

Lifeguard job duties include ensuring the safety of patrons, recognizing and responding to all emergencies, and administering first aid.  Lifeguards earn $10.40 an hour and pay increases with previous lifeguard experience.  Free training is available.  Perks associated with the position include competitive pay, promotional opportunities, year-round facility, and free gym access on site.  Applicants must be at least 15 years old and be able to swim 100 yards without stopping, retrieve a 10-pound brick from the bottom of the pool, and tread water for 1 minute.  For additional information, contact Jared Foltz at @email.  Applications can be found on-line at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/recenter/aquatic-certification.

NEW SCHOLARSHIPS

ALFRED STREET BAPTIST CHURCH FOUNDATION

The Alfred Street Baptist Church Foundation provides approximately 40 one-year scholarships of $1,000 - $5,000 and two $5,000 (renewable to $20,000) scholarships to Seniors who will enroll in a four-year college/university in the fall of 2020.  Applicants must be US Citizens from a high school in the Metro, DC Area, including Fairfax County, be admitted and committed to a four year institution for the fall of 2020, have a 2.75 or better GPA, ≥850 SAT score or ≥19 ACT score, and demonstrate commitment to community service and financial need.  A completed application must include a recommendation from a school counselor or teacher, an official transcript including the first semester Senior year grades, a copy of the SAR from your FAFSA filing, and an essay on one of the topics specified on the application.  Registration is required to access the full application including essay prompts.  The application form can be found at https://webportalapp.com/sp/login/asbc_foundation_2020 and in Naviance Student.  Completed applications are due 10 April.

BOOZ ALLEN HAMILTON VISION SCHOLARSHIP

Booz Allen Hamilton (BAH) offers five $3,000 scholarships (renewable) to Seniors and college students who are legal dependent children of Booz Allen Hamilton employees. Applicants must be 16 - 25 years old, reside with or be financially dependent on BAH parent(s), and be enrolled or accepted to an accredited undergraduate program in the U.S.  A completed application must include a transcript, SAT/ACT score report, personal and academic information, GPA, class rank (if available), college plans, your six most significant activities, optional recommendation letter (strongly encouraged), and three essays (≤ 350 words each) chosen from four prompts: (1) Describe a significant event in your life that proved to be challenging and tell us how it has influenced your growth and maturity, (2) Tell about an influential person in your life and how that person has impacted you and helped to contribute to your success, (3) Describe a leadership role that you have held. Share the difference you made for others in that role as well as what outcomes your leadership drove, (4) Choose one core value and share how it demonstrates your individual passion to influence change: unflinching courage, passionate service, ferocious integrity, collective ingenuity, or champion’s heart. Visit Naviance Student or http://www.cfnova.org/scholarships/foundation-managed/booz-allen-hamilton-vision-scholarship for more information.  Applications must be received by 5 pm on 23 March.

CEREBRAL PALSY SCHOLARSHIP

Birth Injury Lawyers sponsors an award of $2,500 for a Senior diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or authorized to attend school in the U.S. with a 2.5 or better GPA, and be accepted to a four-year college or university. A completed application must include personal information, a transcript, ACT/SAT scores, agreement to terms, and an essay: How has cerebral palsy affected your educational goals and how will the scholarship money help you in reaching your academic goals? Visit Naviance Student or https://birthinjurylawyer.com/cerebral-palsy/scholarship for more information.  Application is due 15 June.

FAIR LAKES SCHOLARSHIP

The Fair Lakes League will award three $2,500 scholarships will be to Fair Lakes employees, residents, or their dependents with a 3.2 or better GPA who intend to pursue an undergraduate degree.  Applicants will be judged on academics, volunteer/civic involvement, awards, honors, and the submitted essay.  A completed application must include personal information, an official transcript, proof of residency or employment, proof of acceptance at a college/university, and an essay (1-2 pages) discussing one of the following topics: (1) Describe how living or working in Fair Lakes has positively affected your life.  (2) How will you use your education and chosen field of study to improve your community?  (3) What leader, historic or current, has inspired you and why?  (4) Choose a book that has influenced you.  Describe how it affected you. Visit Naviance Student or http://www.fairlakes.com/events/scholarship-program/ for more information.  Completed applications must be received by noon on 30 April.

FORT MYER THRIFT SHOP HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP

The Fort Myer Thrift Shop sponsors awards for Seniors and college students in the metro DC area who are children of U.S. Army personnel.  Applicants must have a 3.0 or better GPA, be ≤ 22 years old, and have parents who are active duty, retired, or deceased U.S. Army personnel.  A completed application must include personal information, a copy of the applicant’s military dependent ID card, official transcript, ACT/SAT scores, college acceptances/applications, awards/activities, a recommendation, and an essay (≤ 2 pages): How has your experience as a military family member influenced your decision to pursue a college education? Visit Naviance Student or http://www.fortmyerthriftshop.org/scholarships--grants.html for more information.  Application is due 31 March.

GLADYS CAROL SCHOLARSHIP

The Gladys Carol Scholarship program awards $2,500 (renewable for one year) to Seniors and college students who will study in a STEM program full-time at an accredited 4-year college/university in the fall of 2020.  Applicants must have a 3.75 or better GPA, U.S. citizenship or permanent residency, a ≥28 ACT score or ≥1290 SAT score.  A completed application must include a transcript, copy of the ACT/SAT score report, college acceptance or enrollment letter, and Student Aid Report from the FAFSA filing (if you are applying or have applied for financial aid).  Applicants must also submit an essay (≤ 250 words) discussing: How will this scholarship help you meet your career and life goals?  Visit Naviance Student or http://gcsp.vpweb.com/ for more information.  Completed applications are due 31 March.

JANICE M SCOTT SCHOLARSHIP

The Janice M. Scott Memorial Scholarship Fund awards $2,500 to a Senior with financial need. Applicants must have a 3.0 or better GPA, U.S. citizenship or permanent residency, participation in community service and/or extracurricular activities, full-time enrollment in an accredited four-year college or university in the USA, and ≤$50,000 combined parents’ adjusted income.  A completed application must include an official transcript, copies of parent’s IRS form 1040 with SSNs blacked out, activities, leadership, community service, jobs/internships, awards/scholarships, a color photo, and an essay (500-1,000 words) describing [your] planned undergraduate study and how [you] plan to apply it upon graduation OR Identify and describe your role-model and how he or she has influenced your life. The role model can’t be your mother or father.   Visit Naviance Student or https://jmscottmemorialfund.org/apply for more information.  Application is due 31 March.

LISA SECHRIST MEMORIAL FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP

The Lisa Sechrist Memorial Foundation awards $500-$2,500 to Seniors from the metro DC area with financial need. A completed application must include personal information, basic family financial information, work experience (if any), reasons for seeking assistance, activities/leadership/honors, a counselor recommendation form, a teacher recommendation, and a personal reference.  Applicants must also submit an official transcript, two brief answers (≤100 words): Please comment on why you believe you would be a good candidate for this scholarship, AND Please comment on any topic of your choice, and one unrestricted answer: Please explain why you are in financial need for this scholarship. What are your extraordinary financial circumstances?  Visit Naviance Student or http://lisasechrist.com for more information.  Completed applications must be received by 31 March.

MODERN CASTLE SCHOLARSHIP

Modern Castle recognizes a Senior who creates an engaging, informative video about modern homes with a $1,000 scholarship.  Applicants must be U.S. citizens with a 3.0 or better GPA and be accepted to an accredited post-secondary institution in the U.S.  The video should be ≤ 5 minutes, and answer the following questions: While you were growing up, what aspects of your home felt modern? What technological trends do you think will most dramatically impact the way modern home runs in the future? What aspects of the home do you feel are most in need of modernization? Using current and/or near-future technology, how would you modernize it?  Videos must be uploaded to YouTube and the link sent to Modern Castle.  Winners must verify their GPA, diploma, citizenship status and enrollment in college or university.  NOTE: Winners name, school, and video may be published on website as part of their scholarship promotion.  Visit Naviance Student or https://moderncastle.com/scholarships/ for more information.  Videos must be submitted by 30 April.

RHO PSI LEADERSHP AND SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP

Rho Psi Society IOTA chapter sponsors three scholarships of $1,000, $1,500, and $2,000 for Chinese-American Juniors or Seniors in DC metro area high schools who have contributed to the Chinese Community through leadership and service.  Awardees will be selected based on contribution to community (70%) and outstanding achievements (30%).  A completed application must include a transcript, brief chronological resume, one or more recommendations, signed agreement/essay release, and a short essay in English or Chinese (≤2 pages): What have I learned in my leadership and service experience. Award recipients will be invited to the Rho Psi Charity Ball on 9 May 2020 at 2 pm in Gaithersburg, MD.  Visit Naviance Student or http://rhopsi.org/rho-psi-scholarships/leadership-and-service/ for more information.  Completed applications are due 20 March.

SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS SCHOLARSHIPS

The many Society of Women Engineers (SWE) scholarships provide financial assistance to Seniors who identify as female and who will be studying STEM fields in an ABET-accredited program during the 2020-21 academic year. Applicants must provide personal information, a transcript, and two recommendations (faculty and personal,).  Registration is required to access all application details.  Visit Naviance Student or http://scholarships.swe.org/applications for more information.  Applications are due by 5 pm 1 May.

THE HORATIO ALGER ASSOCIATION CAREER & TECHNICAL SCHOLARSHIP

The Horatio Alger Association is offering a one-time, need based $2,500 award to graduating Seniors and GED holders under the age of 30 who are U.S. citizens and have faced and overcome great obstacles in their lives and who plan to pursue a career or technical education at an accredited non-profit post-secondary institution in the United States in Fall 2020.  Applicants must have a 2.0 or better GPA, exhibit a strong commitment to pursue and complete a career or technical program in the U.S., and be Pell grant eligible as demonstrated by their FAFSA filing.  For more information visit to Naviance Student or: http://scholars.horatioalger.org/scholarships/about-our-scholarship-programs/technical/Completed applications are due 15 April.

THE JEWISH SOCIAL SERVICES AGENCY (JSSA) UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS

The Jewish Social Services Agency of Greater Washington offers a variety of need-based scholarships for Seniors who are Jewish residents of the metropolitan Washington area who have completed significant volunteer services within the local Jewish community.  Applicants must be U.S. citizens or working towards citizenship and accepted into an accredited, full time 4-year undergraduate program.  Completed applications must include a transcript, ACT/SAT score reports, a resume or summary of extracurricular/summer activities, a copy of your letter of acceptance from your college, a copy of college financial aid award letter, and a copy of the FAFSA report with the cover letter showing the EFC amount.  Two scholarships suited for FCPS students are cited below.  For more information visit Naviance Student or https://www.jssa.org/get-help/scholarships/scholarships-for-undergraduate-students/. Completed applications must be received by 24 April.

  • The Max and Emmy Dreyfuss Jewish Undergraduate Scholarship offers $1,500-$4,000. 
  • The Morton A. Gibson Memorial Scholarship offers $875-$2,500.  In addition to other requirements applicants must submit two recommendations. 

THE NATIONAL COALITION OF 100 BLACK WOMEN, NORTHERN VA CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP

The NOVA chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women offers three merit-based $1,000 awards to African American Female Seniors.  Applicants must be have a 3.0 or better GPA, live in Northern Virginia, and must be accepted to an accredited 2- or 4-year college, university, or technical/vocational school.  Applications will be evaluated on academic achievement, community service, and aspirations.  Completed applications must include an official transcript, two recommendations (school and community), a copy of college acceptance documentation, and an essay (500 – 1,000 words) discussing: Does banning ethnic hairstyles support the notion of white supremacy?  Do you agree or disagree and why? Visit Naviance Student for more information and the application.   Completed applications are due 30 May.

THE THANKSUSA SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

ThanksUSA will award up to three hundred $3,000 scholarships to Seniors or college students with a 2.0 or better GPA who are dependent children (age 24 or under) of US military service personnel.  Applicants must be planning to be enrolled in an accredited 2- or 4-year college, university, vocational technical/trade school program for the 2020-21 academic year.  A completed application must include a transcript, description of educational goals and career objectives, a description of a specific challenge military life provided that you have overcome and how the experience influenced your goals, proof of sponsor’s military service, financial information from sponsor’s federal tax return, and a photo suitable for publication/media release.  For more information visit Naviance Student or https://www.thanksusa.org/scholarships.html.   Completed applications are due 15 April.

VIRGINIA’S FUTURE LEADERS SCHOLARSHIP

The Donald A. Perry Foundation and the Virginia Cable industry sponsor scholarships for Seniors and college students who are Virginia residents attending a 2- or 4-year college in Virginia during academic year 2020-2021.  A completed application must include a transcript, detailed extracurricular activities list, one or more optional recommendations, name of your local cable company, whether a parent is employed in the cable industry, and an essay (≥500 words): Why you will be one of Virginia’s Future Leaders. Visit Naviance Student or https://www.vcta.com/virginia-s-future-leaders-scholarsh for more information.  A Completed applications are due 30 March.

VULCAN MATERIALS FOUNCATION SCHOLARSHIP

The Vulcan Materials Foundation will provide a $2,000 scholarship, renewable up to a total of four years ($8,000) to a high school Senior who is a U.S. citizen and has resided in Northern Virginia for the last four years (since 8th grade.) Applicants must demonstrate academic accomplishment and ability, participate in extra-curricular activities, and demonstrate financial need. Preference shall be given to applicants who plan to attend a college in Virginia. Application packets must include a completed application, financial information, a financial statement, transcript (unofficial is OK), and ACT/SAT score report(s). Applicants must cite fields they are interested in studying or their future vocation if known and provide an essay about their accomplishments and reason for applying for the scholarship, as well as, a statement of the applicant’s need. Although officially optional, the following are highly recommended: at least one recommendation and a resume.  Visit Naviance Student for additional information and an application.  Submit completed applications to the Career Center by 22 April.

COMPILATIONS

Discover a full listing that includes previous entries for each important category below.

COLLEGE AND CAREER FAIRS

Discover local College and Career Fairs at https://woodsonhs.fcps.edu/node/3687.

COLLEGE REP VISITS CALENDAR

https://woodsonhs.fcps.edu/student-services/college-and-career-center/going-college/college-visits-calendar.

CONFERENCES / SEMINARS / WORKSHOPS

Find a listing of Conference, Seminar, and Workshop Opportunities at https://woodsonhs.fcps.edu/node/2408.

CURRENT & LOCAL FINANCIAL AID OPPORTUNITIES

Discover financial aid information sessions, FAFSA completion clinics / assistance opportunities and general information that will benefit your financial aid process: https://woodsonhs.fcps.edu/node/3722.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Find a listing of Employment Opportunities at https://woodsonhs.fcps.edu/node/2247.

ENRICHMENT & SUMMER PROGRAMS

Visit Naviance Student for a searchable listing of enrichment and summer programs: Go to the “colleges” tab; scroll down to enrichment programs.

INTERNSHIP and APPRENTICESHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Find a listing of Internships and Apprenticeships at https://woodsonhs.fcps.edu/college-and-career-center/work-and-careers/internships-apprenticeships-listing.

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Find an easy-to-read listing of scholarships below the important scholarship information at https://woodsonhs.fcps.edu/college-and-career-center/going-college/scholarships/school-independent-scholarships-contests.

SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES

Find a listing of Special Opportunities at https://woodsonhs.fcps.edu/node/3691.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Find a listing of Volunteer Opportunities at https://woodsonhs.fcps.edu/node/3690.