November 22, 2013
Dear Richmond County Schools Teachers, Faculty and Students:
Inspired by our Founders Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts, Augusta National Golf Club and the Masters Tournament were built on an expectation of operational excellence. Over time, and
through continuous improvement, the Club’s enduring traditions, the course’s indescribable beauty and our staff’s exceptional hospitality has helped define the Tournament’s reputation, which many consider unequaled in the world of sports.
Each and every year we seek talented individuals who share in our unwavering dedication and tireless commitment to exceeding the grand expectations of our invited guests and patrons. We would once again like to extend an invitation for application to Richmond County School Teachers, Faculty and Students eager to join us in this mission during the 2014 Masters. In a setting that is as enriching to your career as it is beautiful, the Masters Tournament offers job opportunities in Concessions, Culinary Services, Hospitality Services and Merchandising.
We welcome you to explore a complete listing of positions by visiting
https://mastersjobs.silkroad.com/ which will be open beginning December 2 through 8, 2013. Completing an online application is your first step in the exciting, unique opportunity of becoming part of our team.
Each year we receive more and more applications from people wanting to be a part of the Masters Experience. Unfortunately, we cannot interview everyone who applies. Those candidates who best meet the position qualifications will have an opportunity to interview with a member of our selection team. Interview schedules and notifications will be communicated from the Masters Tournament Employment Office via e-mail by Friday, January 3, 2014.
Masters Tournament applicants must meet federal employment eligibility requirements and must be available to work from Saturday, April 5 through Sunday, April 13, 2014.
We thank you for your consideration and we wish you the best of luck in your pursuit to be a part of the Masters Tournament family.
Masters Tournament Employment Office
Congratulations Cross Country
The boys cross country team won the county championship for the 9th straight year at Diamond Lakes yesterday afternoon. They had a combined score of 26 fininishing well ahead of Aquinas High School.
Parent Portal -- Infinite Campus
Parents, using Google Chrome as your browser, click on the link below to enter the Parent Portal to view your student's grades.
If you are visiting for the first time, choose Help and enter the Activation Code to create a username and password.
Magazine Request Form
Due to popular demand, we are considering ordering print copies of a few magazines. Many magazines are available in their entirety through Galileo. Check with the media center for the current Galileo password.
Please complete the survey regarding which magazines you would like to see
added to the media center collection.
LOCAL TEEN DEVELOPS LEADERSHIP SKILLS AT THE NATIONS CAPITOL Washington, D.C - July 14-22, 2013 -- Brittany Danielle Ervin a local teen of Hephzibah, Georgia, participated in the Congressional Youth Leadership Council/National Youth Leadership Conference(CYLC/NYLC) held in Washington, D.C with over 300+ teens from within the 50 states. “ My experience in the National Youth Leadership conference was mind blowing not only did we get to visit many historical sites, but we had a chance to participate in many Model Congress sessions where we assumed the roles of congressional leaders, and propose legislation, debate issues and ultimately guide a bill to passage. In the “If I were President” simulation we took on the roles of the President and Cabinet members and responded to an international crisis such as those that might occur with Iran, China, or Somalia. Both of these simulations taught me and my fellow scholars a wide range of leadership skills. I also had a phenomenal time to engage in personal interactions with today’s leaders including U.S. Senators and Representatives, congressional staffers, and journalists within the academic program curriculum."
Hephzibah High School is one of three schools in Richmond County that have been recognized by the Georgia Department of Education as a High Progress school for gains made during the past three years in student achievement. Congratulations HHS!
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