College Night for Seniors Presentation
"Be the Change you want to see in the world." ~Mahatma Gandhi
WORK PERMIT INTENT TO EMPLOY
From the CCC
Walker Creek Cabin Leaders are still needed! Remember how much fun you had? The Campers need you! Those of you who took applications need to turn them in immediately to Nancy in the front office.
Attention Young Men! 10,000 Degrees wants to take you to San Jose University for their All Male Tour on October 27th. Applications are in the CCC and due October 20th.
SAT or ACT--which test should you take? Find out with a Free practice test offered at Dominican University by Kaplan Test Prep on Saturday, November 15 @ 9:00 a.m. Register: kaptest.com/whichtest
Free SAT Workshop
Students: discover strategies to improve performance and reduce stress
Sunday, October 19 2-3p.m. at Corte Madera Library - 707 Meadowsweet Dr, Corte Madera, from Dale Steinmann. Check http://www.mathmentor2020.com for more details.
SENIORS! Come get your College applications done! Fill out your CSU, UC and private college applications: All workshops will be during Advisory in LA 213 Computer Lab Tuesday, Oct. 21, Thursday, Oct. 23 and see attachment for seven more dates. Get passes in CCC or Counseling to attend.
October College Visit Schedule
Mon., Oct. 20th, University of Oregon @ Lunch
Tues., Oct. 21st, UC Santa Cruz, seniors priority @ Advisory, ask pass
Wed., Oct. 22nd, University of Denver @ Brunch, seniors priority, with teacher permission to miss 15 minutes of class
Wed., Oct. 22nd, Santa Clara University @ Lunch
Thurs., Oct. 23rd, U of Southern California @ Advisory, ask pass
Fri., Oct. 24th, Johns Hopkins University @ Lunch, seniors priority
Mon., Oct. 27th, UC Santa Barbara @ Advisory, seniors priority
Wed., Oct. 29th, Whitman College @ Lunch
On Naviance: College Visits/Scholarships use old computer log in.
Check Volunteer Opportunities, Kaiser Health Forum and Job Board
Posted by: Paula Nichols
College Planning Resources
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
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
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.
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
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.
OTHER USEFUL WEBSITES:
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.collegeboard.com College Board Online Scholarship Search
www.scholarships.com Scholarship Experts
www.fastaid.com Fast Aid Scholarship Search
www.gmsp.org Gates Millennium Scholarships
http://www.collegenet.com/mach25/app College Net Mach 25
African American Students
Asian American Students
Native American Students
Students with Disabilities
Foster Youth Grants
International Students/International Study
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