College & Career Resources
KRVM offers students a Radio Broadcast Program
The program is open to students from any area school who are eager to learn and able to come to our main studios at Sheldon High School. Students learn to operate an audio board, microphones and audio software. They also learn proper on-air communication skills, including announcement of songs and musical artists, and delivery of public service announcements. Each school day, at their Sheldon studio, students work as a team to record and air radio programming. In addition, students are learning how to produce, record and edit podcasts. Contact KRVM for more information.
Working Wednesday Webinars + Workshops
Registration is open for Working Wednesday Webinars and Thursday Workshops!
Working Wednesday Webinars are professional skill-building opportunities to help high schoolers prepare for the working world. Students will learn how to 'wow' employers with their cover letters, how to build an amazing resume and how to practice professionalism in the workplace. Webinars are held each Wednesday between March 2nd and April 13th, at 2:30pm.
NCAA & NAIA
NCAA Eligibility Information - If you want to play NCAA Division I or II sports, you need to be certified by the NCAA Eligibility Center. This means you need to be more than a good enough athlete and a good student. NCAA Division I requires 16 core courses, 10 of which must be completed before your senior year. Student must also meet a 2.3 GPA requirement in core courses. For a complete list of eligibility requirements visit 2.3 Or Take a KNEE.
NAIA Eligibility Information - The NAIA requires all student-athletes who have never payed a championship sport in the NAIA to have their eligibility determined before they can play. To learn more about registering, go to PLAY NAIA.