College Preparation Guide Please click on this link to access this awesome college guide! There is very helpful information to guide you in this process.
The Career Center is a place of action! We are located in room C33 and are open from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm. Mrs. Williams offers information on the Bridge Program, career exploration; college resources, resume writing, scholarships for all grade levels, community service/volunteerism, financial aid, and work permits; among other things! Parents are welcome to make an appointment and get information on any of the above subjects. Mrs. Williams can be reached at 760-247-7206, ext. 333 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
10th and 11th grade students, Rotary Club has a Rotary Youth Leadership Award camp in March for those students who want to develop leadership skills, increase self-confidence, improve career skills and knowledge, gain exposure to a variety of issues, and prepare to become a leader in your community. This 3 day program/camp is free of charge, but you have to apply to be considered. If you are interesting in applying for this 3 day program, please come see Mrs. Williams in the Career Center.
DACA/Dreamers Awareness - February 22, Victor Valley College will hold an informational panel to discuss financial aid and other resources for DACA/Dreamers. See attached flyer! You need to RSVP.
The California Dream Act information is on the College/Trade/Tech School Planning page.
College Presentations To attend, you must come sign-up in the Career Center. Pick up a Permission Slip for a specific presentation from Mrs. Williams. You need to get this signed by your teacher for the period the presentation is being given and you must bring this permission slip to the presentation.