METS Career Fair – March 18th

The METS Career Fair is an ongoing, online career development opportunity available to all METS students. Presenters from a variety of careers will cover how they got into their field, what they do, and answer student questions. If you are interested in attending, please reach out to your METS advisor for the information!

March 18th
4:00PM — Environmental Engineer
4:30PM — Elementary Education Teacher
5:00PM — Aviation Program Coordinator at UMA/Pilot
5:30PM — Pharmacist

METS Featured in the News

Federal Program Preparing County Students for Higher Education

CARIBOU, Maine (WAGM) – A program offered through the US Department of education is helping to prepare students in Maine and here in the county, for education after high school.

The Maine Educational Talent Search, or METS, is a federally funded program for students grades 6 through 12. The program helps students at target schools, prepare for college. Velma Murphy, METS Advisor for Caribou Middle School and High School, says this program teaches students a multitude of skills.

“We focus in on study skills, study habits, time management, financial literacy at the younger grades, financial aid, the processes,” Velma Murphy said. “We do career exploration because now is the time for students to explore their interests in different careers.”

Read more, and watch the video here… 

Word of the day – serendipity

Today’s word is: equanimity

noun

1. an aptitude for making desirable discoveries by accident.
2. good fortune; luck:
the serendipity of getting the first job she applied for.