"Be the Change you want to see in the world." ~Mahatma Gandhi
WORK PERMIT INTENT TO EMPLOY
SENIORS GOING TO COLLEGE OF MARIN--If you need to apply, or finish an application you started in
the first workshop, please come to the COM make-up application session. It will be on Wednesday, April 1st, tutorial, in LA 213 Computer Lab. Pick up passes in the CCC.
Interested in the Art program at COM? Come to meet with an art teacher and an alumni who can tell you about this great program, Friday, April 3rd, at lunch.
SENIORS GOING TO SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY?--Bring your lunch to a meeting in the CCC on Wednesday, April 1st, to find out about the wonderful METRO support program. Meet new friends and get support to be a success at SFSU!
THE JOSEPH D. CIATTI SCHOLARSHIP IS AVAILABLE TO SENIOR ATHLETES AT SAN RAFAEL HIGH--A minimum GPA of 2.5, Transcript, and one letter of rec required. Financial need is 50% of the two, $3,000 scholarships, to one boy and one girl. Applications due by May 8th to counseling.
Seniors, check out Scholarships on Naviance. Use your computer log in or pick up a paper copy in the CCC. The local Redwood Residents is giving $3,000 for financial need, scholastic achievement and community service. The Ted Mitchell scholarship offers $1,500 for scholar athletes. Juniors may apply for the Nordstrom scholarship for significant community service for $10,000 and the Triple Impact Competitor scholarship for $1,000.
Engineering Students: Interested in a summer opportunity? Check out Ms. Leary's attached resource list.
Check Volunteer Opportunities and Job Board--Retail, engery auditing, lifeguard, camp counselors,jobs and The SCA internships available over summer. Apply now! Students must have a minimum 2.0 GPA to be eligible to work and get a job permit in the CCC or download from website.
Posted by: Paula Nichols
FREE Tutoring every day,all subjects, through the Marin County Library,
For more information please visit the website www.co.marin.ca.us/depts/lb/main
FREE Tutoring is also offered after school at the SRHS Library.
Bi-lingual tutors are available as well.
College Financial Aid Information
Students: the government WILL NOT CALL YOU to offer grants. Do not be scammed by telemarketers saying you have won a government grant, and ask for bank account information.
"Don't Get Scammed on Your Way to College," available at www.studentaid.ed.gov/pubs.
...paying for college is possible
or CA DREAM ACT
FAFSA4caster is an online tool that helps students and parents
determine their current eligibility for federal student aid.
Counselors should encourage students to check out www.fafsa4caster.ed.gov
to learn how much aid they would receive if they applied today.
MyFSA is an online account that provides students with access to
college and scholarship searches, career and self-assessment tools,
and other valuable resources regarding college and financial aid.
Students can learn about MyFSA's various functions,
and set up MyFSA accounts at www.FederalStudentAid.ed.gov/myfsa.
Students may check Naviance using their school computer passwords and IDs.
Paper copies are in the CCC.
https:studentaid2.ed.gov/getmoney/scholarship US Department of Education
www.collegeboard.com College Board Online Scholarship Search
www.meritaid.com Merit Aid