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  • MSBSD Matsu Business Week  

    MSBSD is hosting Matsu Business Week for students in the valley this summer. The program will be held May 22nd – May 26th at Wasilla High School and will be open to students and youth currently in grades 7 – 12.

    Alaska Business Week (ABW) is a fun, intensive entrepreneurship experience for Alaska middle and high school students. ABW runs one-week programs teaching Alaskan students the basics of business, leadership, and entrepreneurship. ABW students are the creators and innovators for Alaska’s next generation of products and companies. Participants compete as teams in a dynamic business simulation with the guidance of adult mentors from the business community. After completing the program, students have a competitive edge on workplace readiness, college preparation, and overall life success. ABW gives participants the tools they will need to succeed after their high school graduation. Registration is free and students who complete the week-long program will earn 1.0 college credits.

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  • Outer Coast Applications for the Outer Coast Summer Seminar 2023 have just been released!  The Summer Seminar (for current sophomores, juniors, and seniors) will run from July 6 – August 5, 2023 and the Year (for graduating seniors and recent high school graduates) will run a Fall and a Spring Semester next academic year. Students may apply for one or both semesters of the year. As with all Outer Coast programs, we will meet 100% of financial aid so that cost is not a barrier to attendanceClick Here for more information.

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  • MSBSD Student Summer Work 

    If you are looking for summer work and are 16 yrs or older, please check out the student summer jobs the school district has open. Pay is $10/hour.  Please call our Human Resource Dept. at 907-746-9250, for questions or help completing the Applitrack Application. Deadline to apply is May 1st.  At this time, Houston Jr/Sr. High is not a summer work site.

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