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Guided Pathway Support Program for African American Students

WELCOME to the Ron Brown Scholar Program’s new high school initiative--Guided Pathway Support (GPS) Program.  This free program is designed to help highly motivated college-bound African American high school students navigate the college admissions process by directing them to the most comprehensive and reliable resources available. 


These resources include: advice and counsel related to college selection, existing prep programs, general guidance and financial aid.  Selected participants will benefit from invaluable peer-to-peer advising and on-line mentorship from Ron Brown Scholars and Captains, who are eager to share their first-hand college admissions and undergraduate experiences.  


The Ron Brown Scholar Program has a 19-year history of providing navigational resources to African American students.  


The GPS Program is available to rising high school juniors and seniors. The deadline to apply is June 30, 2016.  



To apply:

Skyline, College of San Mateo, and Canada College:: ALL IN ONE DAY!

Here are links to each community college “all in one day programs during which you can take care of a lot of the initial new student requirements:

Graduating seniors participating in the Priority Enrollment Program receive priority registration dates at the college for the summer and fall terms, which means PEP students have a higher chance of enrolling in their first-choice classes. Students participating in PEP can complete their enrollment steps, learn about school's programs and services and select their courses all before finishing their senior year in high school. Parents and guardians are more than welcome to attend in order to learn about great resources to support their student!

During PEP Day, students can expect to:

  • Take their placement test(s)
  • Participate in orientation
  • Meet with a counselor to help select and enroll in courses
  • Attend workshops geared towards helping students transition from high school to college
  • Learn about the academic programs, resources, and services at the college

To register, check out the following links:


Skyline College Priority Enrollment Program (PEP):


College of San Mateo Priority Enrollment Program (PEP):


Cañada College Priority Enrollment Program (PEP):




All-on-one Day for CCSF enrollment!

New CCSF Students!


Complete your matriculation steps ASAP to get a better registration date!


CCSF is offering ALL-IN-ONE DAYS to complete the Matriculation Steps (Test, orientation, and counseling appointment)


You must apply for CCSF Fall 2016 semester before this appointment. To apply visit


All-in-day days:

Saturday, April 9th. Location: Ocean Campus, room Conlan 101

Saturday, April 16th. Location: Ocean Campus, room Conlan 5


Please call: 415-239-3124 to reserve your seat.

Financial Aid Application Completion Workshops

The College & Career Center is hosting a Financial Aid Application Completion Workshops on two Saturdays!


Dates: February 20th and February 27th.

Time: 10am - 2:00PM

Location: George Washington High School (enter through 600 32nd Avenue)

Room: 122


Come with your child and bring your 2014 or 2015 tax form to complete the application before the March 2nd deadline.


There will be staff who speaks Spanish and Chinese.

Cash for College Night - Wednesday, January 20th at 6PM

Learn how to pay for college!

Cash for College Night

Wednesday, January 20th @ 6:00PM


Q: What is “Financial Aid”?   A: Money used to help pay for college expenses!




Checklist – What to bring to complete your financial aid application:

  • Student Information
    • Social Security Number (SSN), if applicable
    • Alien registration number or Permanent Residence Card, if applicable
  • Parent(s) Information
    • Social Security Number (SSN), if applicable
    • Date of Birth (MM/DD/YYYY)
    • 2014 or 2015 Federal Income Tax Return
      • IRS 1040, 1040A, or 1040EZ
      • Foreign Tax Return
    • Parent(s) 2014 or 2015 W-2 forms
    • Bank account information (amount in checking, savings, cash, etc.)
    • Record of any Federal Assistance (SSI, welfare, food stamps, etc.)
    • If Married, Divorced, or Widowed – Date of Occurrence (MM/YYYY)


Dinner at 6:00PM   Ÿ   Tabling Event at 6:00PM   Ÿ   Meeting at 6:30PM


























WHEN: JANUARY 23, 2016. 8:00AM - 5:00PM
EBMUD Administration Building - 375 11th Street Oakland, CA 94607

Event Description

EBMUD is hosting a Career and Resource Fair to inform the public about upcoming entry-level jobs and career opportunities. There will be four (4) sessions offered during the course of the day. Attendees may only register in one (1) of the four (4) sessions.


Each session will include a general plenary session and a one-hour job information session (veterans-focused, trades-focused OR admin-focused) and an opportunity to meet several of EBMUD's partners that can help prepare you for EBMUD's exam process. EBMUD staff maintains ongoing partnerships with local community service organizations and several community college skilled trades training programs to attract qualified diverse candidates for EBMUD jobs. 

There is no fee to attend this event; however, you must register using this site. To gain admittance into the building and the career fair, you must do the following:

  • Pre-register for one (1) of the four (4) sessions
  • Select one (1) of the three (3) job information sessions you are most interested in (veterans-focused, trades-focused OR admin-focused)
  • Bring a photo ID and your registration receipt (ticket) with your name printed on it


Third Annual Black Family Cradle to College and Career Day on Saturday, January 9, 2016

Please join us at the Third Annual Black Family Cradle to College and Career Day on Saturday, January 9, 2016 at Mission High School starting at 9:30am.  Anticipate a fun- and information-filled day of family activities, workshops, resources, delicious Southern buffet brunch, and dozens of free raffled gifts, including Warrior tickets, laptop computers, and books and gift cards!

RSVP no later than 5PM on Tuesday, January 5, 2016 at:

Stanford Medical Youth Science Program

The Stanford Medical Youth Science Program's (SMYSP) Summer Residential Program is an annual five-week science- and medicine-based enrichment program that takes place annually from mid-June to late July, and is held on the Stanford University campus.


The Summer Residential Program is open to low-income and/or underrepresented minority high school sophomores and juniors who live in northern and central California. You qualify for the Summer Residential Program and are invited to apply if you:

  • are a current sophomore or junior high school student (at the time of your application) who lives and attends high school in one of the 20 northern or central California counties from which we recruit. Preference is given to students who are juniors at the time of their application.
  • are from a low-income family and have little or no history of attending college in your family.
  • have demonstrated an interest in science classes and have received a B-average in some of them.
  • have demonstrated an interest in medicine and health-related careers, and show maturity, intelligence, initiative, and curiosity about the world around you.



Deadline for applications is February 15, 2016

Scholarship Database!

Visit for a list of scholarships. You can sort it by due date, if it's open to Dreamers, etc.



A list that is sorted by due date:


Good luck!

If you need help drop by the College Center!


Remember that you can use the same letter of recommendation for all scholarships!



Cal Academy of Science Youth Program. Deadline January 3, 2016


TASC is now recruiting for Spring 2016

What is TASC Force?
The Teen Advocates for Science Communication (TASC) program works with Academy scientists to design and perform a variety of exciting new experiences for our museum visitors. TASC is looking for teens who are excited to learn about the natural sciences and are looking for an opportunity to share their passion for science with the public. The TASC Force program communicates science in fun and creative ways, such as ‘flashmobs’, science fashion shows, and games. Participants will receive a certificate documenting their volunteer hours.

Dates: January 16, 2016 - May 14, 2016 
Commitment: Saturdays or Sundays, 10am - 3pm & monthly All TASC Cohort Meetings
Where: California Academy of Sciences
Who: Teens in grades 8-12


Application open!

Deadline: January 3, 2016


Asian Pacific Fund Scholarships

The Asian Pacific Fund administers 11 scholarship programs to help undergraduate and graduate students achieve their education goals.

To apply for a scholarship administered by the Asian Pacific Fund, please review the complete eligibility criteria for each scholarship program, and download the application for the program(s) for which you are eligible.


Postmark deadline: February 19, 2016.

eQuality Scholarship Collaborative

$6,000 Scholarships

eQuality Scholarship Collaborative has fostered student leadership for more than a quarter century. In 2016, our cumulative scholarship awards will surpass $1,000,000.


eQuality Scholarship Collaborative awards scholarships to honor and encourage California students for their service to the lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender community.


In general, eligible students fall into one of these categories:
  • Resident of northern or central California who completed or expects to complete high school or equivalent between 1 Jul 2011 and 30 Jun 2016;
  • Resident of northern or central California who completed or expects to complete community college between 1 Jul 2011 and 30 Jun 2016;
  • Enrolled or accepted for enrollment in an accredited ADN or BSN RN program in California; or
  • Attending an accredited medical school in California or a California resident attending an accredited medical school elsewhere in the United States.

For complete eligibility requirements, see the Apply page.


Scholarships may be used for post-secondary education at accredited institutions - colleges, universities, and trade schools. Some of the scholarships are specifically for nursing or medical school.

How Many?

In 2015, eQuality awarded scholarships to 13 graduating high school seniors, two nursing students, and three medical students. We expect to award a similar number of scholarships in 2016.

To Apply:


Community Arts Internship Program

Southern Exposure is now accepting youth applications for the new Community Arts Internship Program. This highly collaborative program will give youth the opportunity to work with professional artists on a community-based art project.


Southern Exposure’s Community Arts Internship Program is a work force development program for young artists and activists aged 14-21 from the Bay Area. Youth interns will design and create a dynamic community-based art project that will be presented to the public in our gallery space. SoEx is looking for excited, creative and committed youth to produce and exhibit their project. Qualifying youth will receive a stipend for their work as part of the program.

The program meets on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 4:00 - 6:00 PM, January through May 2016.

Applications will be accepted through December 16, 2015.

ACE Mentor Program - Architecture, Engineering, Construction, & Design

For ACE students, the construction industry is your classroom.

The ACE Mentor Program is open to any high school student who has the curiosity and drive to learn about a career in design and construction — from contracting and engineering to architecture and landscaping.

Already, thousands of students have enjoyed the exciting projects, informative field trips and other engaging activities that make up the ACE experience.

Led by mentors. Driven by you.

As a participant, you’ll join a team of other students led by adult mentors who are practicing industry professionals. ACE isn’t about merely describing specific professions, it’s about immersing you in the profession by engaging you in actual building projects. These can range from new schools and mixed-use developments to amphitheatres and temporary housing for movie stars on location.

What to expect.

You’ll visit professional offices, job sites and other relevant locations. You’ll discuss the same issues, and perform the same tasks, as if you worked in the industry. ACE gives you a practical hands-on view of how abstract concepts get transformed into the buildings that make up our everyday reality.

Opportunities abound.

ACE is your chance to learn about different construction industry careers — and discover which one might be right for you. It's also a great way to connect with other students who share your passions. The friends you make during your ACE experience will likely be your friends for life.

If you're ready to take the first step on an exciting career path, we're ready to help. Apply today by emailing us at or call us at 703.942.8101.

The Bronfman Youth Fellowships

The Bronfman Youth Fellowships (BYFI) is a vibrant network of 1,000 young Jews from Israel and North America that includes some of today’s most inspiring Jewish writers, thinkers and leaders. The Fellowships tap future influencers at a formative point in their lives and immerse them in an intensive exploration of Jewish text study, pluralism and social responsibility.

Founded in 1987 by Edgar M. Bronfman, BYFI is today the flagship program for outstanding young Jews in North America and Israel. The Fellowships reflect Mr. Bronfman’s early and impassioned belief that for the Jewish people to thrive, Israeli and American Jews must be engaged in open and creative discourse with one another. The alumni embody Mr. Bronfman’s vision that young people who are enriched and energized by their Judaism are poised to contribute not only to Jewish life, but to improving the world. 

Through a highly selective process, BYFI recruits high school juniors to participate in transformational educational experiences in Israel and North America. BYFI Fellows become part of this vibrant, life-long alumni community that inspires and supports each other.

PG&E Scholarships!

Study Abroad Scholarship!

Each year the World Affairs Council partners with Youth For Understanding (YFU) to provide Bay Area high school students scholarships to study abroad in a country of their choice. Offering summer, semester and year-long opportunities in over 40 countries, Youth For Understanding is one of the world’s oldest and most respected international exchange programs.


The World Affairs Council scholarship application is now available online and is due December 1st. On Monday, November 23rd from 5:30-6:30pm, the World Affairs Council will be hosting an application workshop to offer assistance to students working on their applications.



Workshop information:

Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)

Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)

  • Students who are residents of WICHE states are eligible to request a reduced tuition rate of 150% of resident tuition at participating two- and four-year college programs outside of their home state.
  • The WUE reduced tuition rate is not automatically awarded to all eligible candidates. Many institutions limit the number of new WUE awards each academic year, so apply early!
  • WICHE members include: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.

For more information visit:

For list of WUE participating univeristies:

Learn How to Become a Firefighter

Learn how to become a San Francisco Firefighter by attending an information session! At these info session you'll meet real San Francisco Firefighters who'll tell you about their job. They'll share information about how to become a firefighter and you'll get to ask them questions.

Upcoming dates: 10/19 6:30PM - 8PM Hamilton Rec Center, register at

11/16 6:30PM - 8PM Sunset Rec Center, register at

12/21/15 6:30 - 8PM Richmong Rec Center, register at

Mock Exam for the NEW SAT

3.5 hour, fully proctored practice for the New SAT.  The redesigned SAT is significantly different from the current version of the exam.  Students will benefit from experiencing the structure and timing of the new test prior to entering their actual Test Day.  Students will receive a comprehensive analysis of their performance on the test, detailing individual strengths and areas for improvement.

When?  Thursday, 1/14 at 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm

$10 pre-registered (no refunds) - Registration DEADLINE: Tuesday, January 12, 2016
All proceeds benefit George Washington HS AVID program


For sign-up see Mrs. Chinn (room 115, Counseling Office) or Mr. Touch (room 114, College Center)

SAT Practice Resource

Khan Academy has teamed up with College Board to provide you a way to study for the SAT.

MOCK SAT Practice Test at GWHS

The 4.5 hour, fully proctored practice SAT, will show students what to expect in a test-like environment. Students will receive a comprehensive analysis by email of their performance on the test, detailing individual strengths and weakness.


Thursday, 9/17 at 1:15PM - 5:45PM

$10 to registered (proceed goes to GWHS AVID program)

Registration deadline: 9/11


Visit the College Center or Counseling Office for registration form. Money and form are returned to Mrs. Saunders.



Mr. Touch & Mrs. Chinn (AVID Counselor)

MYEEP is accepting applications.

Are you between the ages of 14 – 17, a resident of San Francisco & looking for an internship during the school year?

MYEEP is now accepting applications for our 2015 – 2016 internship program. Please follow the link below to fill out an application online, download and print the PDF or pick up a copy at any of our 11 different locations across San Francisco.

*Please note that if you fill out an online application, additional documents need to be turned in to your agency of preference before your application is considered complete.

Applications Due Sept 11, 2015

SAT and ACT Fee Waivers Available.

If you're interested in taking the SAT and/or ACT for FREE, drop by the College Center during lunch or after-school to pick up your SAT and ACT fee waiver.

If you have free/reduced lunch you can pick one up, so be sure to complete your lunch application!

If you do not qualify for free/reduced lunch you must complete our intake form before we can give you a fee waiver.


Once you have the fee waiver, remember to log into to register for a SAT test date. ACT registration can be done at


SAT October 3rd Test Date registration deadline is September 3rd. Register early so you can have better test location option.

SAT November 7th Test Date registration deadline is October 9th.


ACT October 24th Test Date registration deadline is September 18th.

We encourage ALL SENIORS to take the SAT or ACT! It's best to take it in October and November.

CSU campuses do not accept the December test score.
Also, keep in mind that SAT language subject tests are only available in November. You cannot take the reasoning and a subject test at the same time.


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Welcome back to school students and families!
Please make sure to read your school loop email because whatever I post on this website was sent to your email.

There are various tabs on this page, so make sure to check them all.

This website is updated on as new opportunities arise. Do not miss out because there are deadlines that must be met to be eligible.

$4,000 Scholarship for current COLLEGE Students

If you're a college student and would like to apply for more scholarship, here is an opportunity.

"The Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance is proud to award $4,000 to one student each semester whose life has been impacted by cancer.

The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance to college students in their pursuit of higher education. If you’ve battled a form of cancer yourself, or witnessed a loved one receiving treatment, we want to hear your story."


Application Requirements

  • Must be enrolled full-time at an accredited two-year or four-year university, community college or junior college, or a graduate degree program.
  • This scholarship is offered nationwide to United States citizens.
  • Students must be in academic “Good Standing” and have a minimum Grade Point Average of 3.0 or higher to be eligible.

Deadline: December 1, 2015

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