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CCC Information

"Be the Change you want to see in the world."  ~Mahatma Gandhi

WORK PERMIT INTENT TO EMPLOY

From the CCC

College & Career Center Updates

From the CCC: Important Events and Dates

April 23rd:  Sophomore College Planning at Parent Ed Night, at 7:00-8:15 p.m. Will your student be a junior next fall? It’s time to think about college! Bring your sophomore and join us to learn about Counseling and College and Career resources, plus get a copy of the newly revised College Handbook.

SENIORS: GOING TO COM?

April 24th:  College of Marin Math and English Placement Tests. Library Computer Lab, 8:00 a.m. to lunch. Passes will be sent to those who have registered for COM and have their MOO #.

COM Counselors Assist Class Choices: Pre-registration immediately after testing in Library and Library Conference Room.

Exámenes de Colocación para matemáticas e inglés: se llevarán a cabo en SRHS en abril.  Más información en un futuro próximo.  Habrán consejeros para ayudar con opciones para clases inmediatamente después de los examines en el cuarto de conferencias en la biblioteca.

SRHS Scholarship Due Dates for Seniors: 

Local scholarships to apply for! Apps in the CCC.

SRHS "Bike Dawgs" Athletic Lifestyle Scholarship:

Athletes write about how a healthy athletic lifestyle has benefited them. Letter of rec from a coach or teacher. $500-$1,000. Due April 25. Applications in the CCC or email coachjon@dawgsmtb.org.

Joseph D. Ciatti Memorial Foundation Scholarships: Athlete, 1) boy, 1) girl, 2.5 GPA, Financial need, academics, extra curriculars. Due May 9.

Scholarships for Juniors:

Nordstrom for exceptional academic achievement and community service: $10,000!! Due May 1st.

Triple-Impact Competitor Scholarships for Junior student athletes: $1,000-$2,000. Due May 31st.

SAT PREP WEEKEND WORKSHOPS:

Juniors! Register for the May SAT now and sign up for a weekend SAT Prep Class will be on April 26th-April 27, from 9:00-1:00 TBA, offered by WeAreSR! The cost is $50 dollars, but no student will be turned away who cannot pay. Sign up in the counseling office. 

May 7th :  Sophomores and Juniors will get a postcard invite to the WACAC College Fair at Dominican University from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in Conlan Gymnasium. Over 250 colleges and universities will be on hand to answer your college questions, plus financial aid workshops.

May 10th:  College of Marin Success Saturday:  seniors and parents, Priority Registration, tour, English/Spanish Orientations. 457-8811 ext. 7860.

SUMMER INTERNSHIPS, PROGRAMS, VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES & JOBS

KP Launch: 11th and 12th grade students, who are primarily low-income, and interested in the health fields can apply for the Kaiser High School Summer Employment Youth Program, online on April 10-11 and April 16-18 and at http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-9.pdf and must also fill out a paper application from the CCC. Both due to Kaiser Smith Ranch Road by April 18th.

All Male College Day Tours Program, Boys, grades 9-12, low-income, can go to Sacramento State May 15th with 10,000 Degrees. Pick up application in the CCC. Due by May 2nd.

Marin County’s Summer Internship Program

The Summer Internship Program will start the week of June 16 and end the week of July 28, includes 8 hours of work and 2.5 hours of class time every week for 6 weeks. 

Pick up an application in the CCC, due May 2. Mrs. Horton, the STC Liaison, holds office hours every Tuesday or email: khorton@marin.k12.ca.us

The Marin Youth Ecology Corps, will be hiring students between the ages 16-25th, for summer for $9/hr. Application at marinemployment.org or in the CCC. Due by May 9th

Jobs

The job board in the CCC displays information about local companies that are hiring students. Current postings include In-N-Out Burger, Starbucks, and Terra Linda Community Center & Pool (summer lifeguard, swim instructor or pool attendant). To be eligible to work, a student must have a minimum 2.0 GPA and no attendance issues. Work permit applications are in the CCC or with Peggy Pugh.

Summer Science Opportunities: Internships, Programs and Camps

Stanford University publishes an excellent listing of summer programs in STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and math) for students interested in gaining study or work experience in these fields. http://oso.stanford.edu/files/programs_147.pdf

Summer Courses at Local Colleges

Check the websites of local colleges such as College of Marin and UC Berkeley for information on summer courses available to high school students who meet the requirements.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Center for Volunteer Leadership

This website is a great source for volunteer opportunities in Marin:

http://www.centerforleadershipmarin.org/

Marin County “Students in Parks” Program: Earn 40 plus hours of community service, a letter of recommendation, develop new skills in Marin’s parks and natural areas. Pick up flyer in the CCC or sign up at marincountyparks.org.

Posted by: Paula Nichols
Published: 9/4/13

College Planning Resources

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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

Scam Alert

In the autumn, students (especially high school seniors) are looking for scholarships and preparing to apply for other types of financial aid. Please remind your students that the government WILL NOT CALL THEM to offer them grants.

We at the U.S. Department of Education occasionally hear from students who have been scammed by telemarketers who contact them, tell them they have won a government grant, and ask for their bank account information. Many students are savvy enough to realize the call must be a scam, but some are taken in.

Help your students avoid such scams by distributing "Don't Get Scammed on Your Way to College," available at www.studentaid.ed.gov/pubs.

...paying for college is possible

 

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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.

Available Scholarships

DEADLINE: ONGOING
American Legion

The American Legion, an organization of wartime veterans, offers this information to help children of disabled and deceased veterans pursue their higher education.
All students can benefit from the information offered.
This information is about scholarships, grants, fee Waivers, student loans,
and the organizations that offer them. For more information visit www.NeedALift.org.

Lillian Fried Scholarship Fund-Jewish Family Children's Services

Jewish female students
www.jfcs.org
or http://www.scholarships4school.com/scholarships/lillian-fried-scholarship.html.

 

DEADLINE: Contact for Info
National Italian American Foundation

Italian American Student

www.niaf.org.

 

DEADLINE: Open
A Better Chance Resource Bank

Here you will find resources and scholarships for students

who are African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans or Native Americans.

http://www.abetterchance.org.

 

OTHER USEFUL WEBSITES:

AnyCollege.com

A student scholarship will be given away four times per year through a random scholarship drawing. Students sign up by going to www.anycollege.com and clicking on the "Win a Scholarship" link.

Deadlines are: September 30th, December 31st, March 31st and June 30th

  

Scholarship Websites that Work

 

https:studentaid2.ed.gov/getmoney/scholarship                       US Department of Education

www.fastweb.com                                                                       Fastweb

www.collegeboard.com                                                             College Board Online Scholarship Search

www.scholarships.com                                                              Scholarship Experts

www.fastaid.com                                                                         Fast Aid Scholarship Search

www.finaid.org                                                                            FinAid

www.gmsp.org                                                                             Gates Millennium Scholarships

http://www.collegenet.com/mach25/app                            College Net Mach 25

 

African American Students

www.uncf.org

http://blackstudents.blacknews.com

http://www.thesalliemaefund.org/smfnew/scholarship_directory/index.html

http://www.blackexcel.org/100minority.htm

http://www.littleafrica.com/resources/scholarships.htm

 

Asian American Students

www.marineducationfund.org

www.apiasf.org

http://www.asianpacificfund.org/awards/

http://www.uspaacc.com/web/programs/scholarship_programs.htm

 

Latino Students

www.latinocollegedollars.org

www.hsf.net

www.hispanicfund.org

www.maldef.org

www.scholarshipsforhispanics.org

http://www.chciyouth.org/

www.marineducationfund.org

http://www.hacu.net/hacu/Scholarship_Resource_List_EN.asp?SnID=29793410

 

Native American Students

www.bia.edu

www.collegefund.org

www.aises.org/Programs/Scholarshipsand Internships

 

Students with Disabilities

www.heath.gwu.edu

www.disaboom.com/scholarships/

www.incight.org/scholarship_links.php

www.rspfunding.com

www.dor.ca.gov

http://www.proyectovision.net/english/opportunities/scholarships.html

http://www.washington.edu/doit/Brochures/Academics/financial-aid.html

 

Foster Youth Grants

www.chafee.csac.ca.gov

www.fosteryouthhelp.ca.gov

www.calyouthconn.org

www.orphan.org

 

International Students/International Study

http://www.ciee.org/

http://www.internationalscholarships.com/

http://maldef.org/leadership/scholarships/general/

 

Off the beaten path…. (sites from other colleges and well, just other unusual places)

http://scholarships.berkeley.edu/other.php?option=off_campusUC Berkeley outside scholarship site

http://isites.harvard.edu/fs/docs/icb.topic557593.files/Scholarship_Directory.pdf

Harvard University

http://www.collegeandfinance.com/32-weird-scholarships-almost-anyone-can-get/

http://financialaid.ucdavis.edu/scholarships/Outside.htmlUC Davis 

Paula Nichols--College and Career Advisor, Kelly Leary--HeadsUp College Consultant

Paula Nichols's office hours:

Wednesdays and Thursdays, 8:00-4:30

Plus alternate Fridays 8:00-4:30, from 1/10

pnichols@srcs.org 415-485-2353

 

Kelly Leary's office hours:

A, A(t) and A(a/t) Days, 9:30-1:30 and by appointment.

kleary@srcs.org 415-485-2353

Katheryn Horton, School-to-Career Liaison

Katheryn's office hours:

Mrs. Horton is at SRHS on Tuesdays, from 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Please reach her by email to set up a time to meet with her directly (khorton@marin.k12.ca.us) or leave a message for her at 492-3183.

SRHS College Acceptances

Check out the colleges that our students have been accepted to:

SRHS College Acceptances

Estimated College Costs 2012

Paula Nichols and Kelly Leary

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