Congratulations to our 2019 cohort of interns and researchers! On May 23rd and 24th the Library Learning Commons hosted the student presentations. The videos of these presentations are available here if you did not get a chance to attend.
The students just started designing their websites which they will be updating regularly.
'18-'19 Capstone Cohort:
please pick your IRT (Initial Research Topic) from our Pinterest list. We want you to research this topic and develop a three minute presentation around it-- remember, we are not looking for you to do a report; instead think of this as a story. What is a way that you can present factual information without boring your audience? We are not looking for you to make us laugh but instead help us to think about your topic in a unique way.
Also, there will be a meeting on Monday, December 17th in Classroom A to discuss IRT topics, narrowing topic focus and securing placement, and the process of completing the white "Course Withdrawal" forms from the main office.
On Thursday, October 11th, X-block: attend our Accepted Students Meeting. Learn next steps, meet Ms. Geraghty, our new CAPS Internship Coordinator and get questions answered.
Are you interested in CAPS but did not apply last year? Join us on Thursday, October 18th, X-block to learn about Capstone Research and Internships.
We just updated our CAPS calendar for the 2018-19 school year. Whether you are an accepted student or interested in joining the CAPS class, please use this as a reference for this academic year.
If you are planning on applying to colleges early decision, please use our letter for colleges which you can find under the FAQ tab. The letter will provide admissions officers with more about the Capstone program.
Congratulations to the 2018 NNHS CAPS cohort!
Click the video below to get to the 'NNHS Library' channel which features videos of all of our scholars.
Thursday 5/24 in Little Theater
B Block (10:30am-11:20am):
Nevin Ketchum (Research)—Tourism and Its Effects in the Iguana Region of Nicaragua
Conor Flint (Intern)—Sheprd: A Startup Revolutionizing Transportation
D Block (11:25am-12:40pm—take 3rd lunch)
Jessie Yang (Research)—The Interplay of Psychology and Music
Lila Kiron (Intern)—Institute for Health and Recovery
E Block (1:20pm-2:35pm)
Mark Asch (Research)—Brand Identity and Marketing Strategy
Andrew Hastings (Intern)—Theatre Ink Internship
Simon Rosenberg (Intern)—Wachusett Mountain Ski Resort and Eastern Boarder
Friday 5/25 in Little Theater
A Block (7:50am-8:45am):
Jon Hammer (Research)—The Adrenaline Initiative
Olivia Eastman (Intern)—Integrated Center for Child Development
B Block (8:50am-9:45am)
Sophie Spector (Research)—The Spanish Influenza of 1918 and World War I
Matteo Greenberg (Intern)—DetraPel LLC
C Block (9:50am-10:45am)
Cameron Mastoras (Research)—What Makes Music Good?
Evyatar Gershon (Intern)—New TV and YMCA Center for Creative Arts
E Block (10:50am-11:45am—take 3rd lunch)
Victoria Joseph (Research)—Equitable Education for Introverts and Extroverts
Daisy Hutter (Intern)—Life Is Good Foundation
Ready for an experiential learning experience your senior year? This is your opportunity to gain experience and develop skills in a career industry you're interested in! Or you can dive into your own research project based on your interests.
Consider registering for Senior Capstone this spring. Click here to submit your proposal today! If you have any questions, please see Mr. Gianquitti, Mr. Finnegan, or Ms. Dalbec.
Ready for an experiential learning experience your senior year? This is your opportunity to gain experience and develop skills in a career industry you're interested in! Or you can dive into your own research project based on your interests. Consider registering for Senior Capstone this spring! The Senior Capstone Internship & Research Coordinators are holding a mandatory informational meeting for any students interested in participating in the Senior CAPS program on Monday, March 5th during X Block in the Library Classroom A. Please sign up for the meeting here:
Victoria Joseph (Curriculum for Introverts)
Cameron Mastoras (Hip-Hop Culture and Mixed Tape)
Jessie Yang (How Music Manipulates the Brain)
Sophie Spector (Study of Epidemics and Outbreaks)
Nevin Ketchum (Surf Tourism's/Ecotourism's Impact on Countries)
Jon Hammer (Adrenaline and Its Impact on Humans/Achievable Adrenaline Junky Guidebook)
Mark Asch (Online clothing marketing)
Connor Flint (Business Start Up Company)
Simon Rosenberg (Ski Instruction--Wachusett Ski Resort)
Matteo Greenberg (DetraPel LLC)
Lila Kiron (Institute for Health and Recovery)
Evyatar Gershon (New TV and West Suburban YMCA Center for the Creative Arts)
Andrew Hastings (Theater Ink)
Daisy Hutter (Art Therapy--Life Is Good Playmakers' Foundation)
Olivia Eastman (Integrated Center for Child Development)
Why sign up for CAPS?