ELOs in the Community

Group ELOs in the Community are a great starting point to try your hand at Extended Learning.  Check out this semester's Group ELOs offered by our Community Partners listed below. 

Select "ELO Coordinators" on the left hand Main Menu <<<<<  to check in with your school's ELO Coordinator to learn more - and begin the learning!

All ELOs require that you complete an application - and space is limited.  See your ELO Coordinator today!
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St. Anselm College Access Academy - Mondays and Tuesdays 3-5:30 pm - Starts Feb.15th!
Transportation to/from all 4 high schools provided!  Choose one or two courses from:

College Admissions: Explore careers and complete steps for admission to two year colleges (Mon)

Computer Literacy: Basic Coding / programming - Create your own programs with college computer science majors (Mon).

Students in Action for the Environment: Learn skills to create public action on an issue of your choosing as it relates to the environment and conservation.  Implement a plan of action to create change! (Mon)

Career & College Exploration: Explore career options and links to college majors.  Prepare for college admission, conduct college visits (Tues)

Creative Writing & Communications: Develop creative writing skills and improve communications in wrirting, public speaking and use of technology (Tues)

Humanities After School:  Explore college level research and resources about great human contributions and great thinkers, including from cultures represented by immigrant and refugee communities (Tues)
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FOCUS/S.H.I.N.E. at Memorial High School - presented by Child Health Services - NEW!

Child Health Services brings this 5-week program focused around sexual health and overall wellness, intending to provide reliable and accurate information to teen girls including abstinence, birth control options, STIs prevention, and healthy relationships.  NEW CLASS AT MEMORIAL - Starts Thursday, March 3rd!  See your ELO Coordinator for details and application.
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Radio Station Intern - Girard-at-Large Radio, WLMW 90.7 FM - NEW!

Work with RIch Girard, host of Girard-at-Large Radio Show on WLMW 90.7 FM, as you explore a career in the communications industry, studying a real-world "start-up" business, and growing skills in business, marketing, research, and communications - at the GAL live broadcast radio production studio on Mast Road.  See your ELO Coordinator for details and application.
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Radio Station Music DJ and Talk Show Host - WMNH 95.3 FM, Manchester - NEW!

Train up to produce your own radio show on Manchester Public Television's WMNH FM Radio Station, 95.3 FM.  Whether you want to interview local folks, play your favorite tunes, or host local bands for in-studio performances, WMNH can the answer high above Elm Street at their radio station facility. Learn new skills and explore a career in the communications industry.
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Youth Leadership Academy - Manchester Police Dept - Tues/Thurs - Starts March 1st  -- NEW!
Youth Leadership/Citizenship Course for students ages 15-to-21:  Explore Manchester Police Dept, Circuit Court, Police Athletic League, Millyard Museum, Currier Museum of Art, and WMUR-TV station. Graduates receive Certificate of Completion from MPD and a personal Resolution from the Mayor of Manchester.  March 1-April 19, every Tuesday, some Thursdays. 5-7 pm.  See your ELO Coordinator for applications!
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YWCA PACT - "Peer Action Changing Tomorrow" - Thursdays - Manchester YWCA - NEW!

Train to become a Peer Educator empowered with the real facts about teen health, healthy relationships, and sexuality issues that face many adolescents today.  This national YWCA program prepares Freshmen through Juniors with a 10-week leadership program that begins Thursday, March 3 to May 12, 3:30-5:30 at the YWCA, 72 Concord Street.  See your ELO Coordinator for applications.
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"Virtual Skies: Introduction to the World of Aviation" - at the Aviation Museum, Manchester

NASA computer-based study with practical, hands-on projects that prepare students with introductory aeronautical knowledge and skills.  Integrates mathematics, science, geography and history to teach principals of flight.  Modules of learning in aeronautics, navigation, air traffic, weather etc.  Full year course open to Juniors and Seniors!
Open House: Wednesday, April 6, 3-6 pm Aviation Museum, 27 Navigator Road, Londonderry, NH 03053 (Manchester Airport).
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Entrepreneurial Studies - Start Your Own Business!!

Have an idea for your own business?  Start-it-up as a young entrepreneur by working with an existing entrepreneur in the real world of small business start-ups.  From financing, marketing, legal considerations to skills and payroll, let a community mentor guide you and your small business idea into reality.
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For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) - Under Way!

FIRST is a co-curricular learning experience designed to teach students about science and engineering.  FIRST students work with engineers and alumni to design and build a robot to compete in athletic-style competitions with schools from across the country.  The course if open to all students interested in the subject area, and re\\requires a minimum of 90% attendance to all FIRST-related events.
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Bring-It!! Art -- at N.H. Institute of Art   - Mondays 4:30-6:30 pm - Starts Jan. 25th!
Transportation to/from West HS  & Memorial HS provided!

Work with N.H. Institute of Art students for 8 weeks to create your own "personal portal" to tell your own story creatively, from past to present and future. Student work will be displayed during April at the Millyard Museum, with reception and celebration on Thursday, April 7 starting at 5:30 pm.  Limit 8 students per high school.
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Looking for an Exciting Next September???!
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Bring-It!! Nursing I & II  - Introductory Nursing I and II - Semester I and II

College level nursing staff teach minority, immigrant, and refugee students in grades 9-12 introductory and advanced introductory nursing through the N.H. Diversity Pipeline Project, in preparation to enter nursing or health care field of study.  Second Semester: Only Advanced Introduction to Nursing II and must have completed Intro Nursing I.
Look for Introduction to Nursing I in Autumn Semester as your beginning point!

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Bring-It!!! "I Am My Own Champion: Student Success Skills & Habits" - Granite United Way

Carnegie Foundation's "Productive-Persistent-Practical" framework helps students to develop learning and success skills and habits based upon each student's own individual learning style.
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Youth Leadership Academy - Manchester Police Department / Community Advisory Board
Using field trips, small group study, and guest speakers and instructors, students are invited to become future community leaders.  The importance of education, insights into leadership, community resources, law enforcement and the history of Manchester/New Hampshire are included topics.
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Young Organizers United (YOU) - Granite State Organizing Project

Through a variety of project-based learning efforts, students become engaged with elected officials to focus on and study a range of systemic education issues that affect our students and citizens.
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Don't See What You Want???!   Talk with Your ELO Coordinator Today !
---  Create Your Own ELO!
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