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- Girls’ Engineering and Technology Day: November 12, 2021 from 9am – 2 pm for all K-12 students. This event will be very similar to our annual “Engineering and Technology Week,” except that we will take the time to focus on women in the field. We will have lab tours, department activities, information about our programs here at UVU, free lunch, keynote speaker Cydni Tetro, and a project competition for scholarships (middle/junior high/high school students only). More information and registration can be found at https://www.uvu.edu/cet/girls-day/
Girls' Engineering and Technology Day Flyer
- UVU Concurrent Enrollment Introduction to Engineering (ENGR 1000) – Now offering annual training for teachers who would like to offer the course at their high school. See attached poster that advertises to students to enroll if it is offered at their school, or how to get the course offered.
Concurrent Enrollment Introduction to Engineering Flyer
The BYU Young Musicians Academy was established to encourage music in the home by offering quality music experiences for preschool children, and their parents. Moreover, it serves as a music teaching and observing laboratory for Music Education, Elementary Education, and Early Childhood Education majors. This program offers the following weekly classes, with both in-person and virtual class options: Parent/Toddler (20 months-2 years old), Music Explorers (3 years old), Music Makers (4 years old), and Music Creators (5-6 years old).
In-person classes begin with free exploration time where the students can explore various instruments, songs, and activities that will help them make connections and discover music in meaningful ways. After the exploration time, the class comes together for circle time led by director, Emilee Knell, and BYU assistant teachers. Online classes are taught through Zoom each week and include similar activities to those of the in-person circle time. Materials are mailed to students so they can participate from wherever they are!
Visit our website or contact Emilee Knell at emilee_knell [at] byu [dot] edu with any questions. We hope to see you and your children in our classes this year!
Learning through exploration and play!
Visit: children music.byu.edu for registration and more information
Children Ages 2-6
Virtual Classes Thursdays
In-Person Classes Saturdays
September 2021-March 2022
Register today! Space is limited
Are you looking for a summer job? Are you at least 15 years old? Would you like the opportunity to earn some money without using up all of your summer vacation? If your answers are yes, then Payson Fruit Growers is looking to hire you.
Payson Fruit Growers has been processing tart cherries, grown in the Payson, West Mountain, Santaquin, and Genola areas since the early 1960s. Our crop size has increased over the years, until now we harvest and pack upwards of 30 million pounds of cherries. We are the largest tart cherry producer west of the Mississippi.
Every year we recruit workers to help with the processing of our harvest, which begins in mid July, and runs 3 to 4 weeks in the summer. Beginning wages for 2021 start at $10.50 per hour with an added bonus for employees with 100% attendance. PFG pays overtime after 40 hours in a week. There are many jobs available including, production line workers, supervisors, secretaries, data entry, quality control, mechanic helpers, forklift drivers, and others depending on age and experience. Day shift and night shift hours run from 7 to 5 with 3 breaks during the regular shift, Monday to Saturday.
This year, for the first time, we are hiring youth age 15 to work on the production lines. They will work shorter hours than regular workers, according to state regulations, but could earn a sizable wage during a 4 week season and still have time each day for other activities.
Applications can be found online at: www.paysonfruitgrowers.com or by visiting the office at 1201 west 800 south in Payson, Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. You can also call or text 801-465-9242 for more information.