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College Counselor

Chatree Touch: TouchC@sfusd.edu

AACE Advisors

Kevin Luu:  kluu@jcyc.org
 

PACT Advisor

Shaina Steinberg: shaina@pactinc.org

College Access Center

Angela Wong: awong@jcyc.org

College Center

Do you want free job training and experiences that will land you a job? Check out this link!

The Office of Economic and Workforce Development have many Access Points (offices) to help you obtain skills and employment!

Services they provide includes:

  • Job search assistance
  • Career planning and exploration
  • Job preparation workshops
  • Acess to education and training services
  • Access to computers, internet, fax machines, and copy machines.

 

Click here for ACCESS POINTS

 

Click here for more information

 

There are various training programs:

  • Healthcare
  • Tech
  • Construction
  • Hospitality

Click here for job training programs

Gulen Institute Youth Platform 2015

Who is eligible?

All high school students, currently enrolled in 9th through 12th grades, attending public or private schools in the United States or aboard.

 

Essay requirements:

Essays must be written in English, original, unpublished, and written entirely by the student. 1,500-2,000 words in length. Properly annotated. In compliance with MLA standards regarding citations and bibliography. Submitted online at the event website www.gulenyouthplatform.org

Submission deadline is December 15, 2014

 

Topic: "Are citizens of the world succeeding in lessening global poverty?"

 

Along with the monetary prize, the top 30 winners will receive a three day trip to Washington DC

 

www.gulenyouthplatform.org

youthplatform@guleninstitute.org

HBCU College Tour for Foster Youth

Take a tour of Morehouse College, Spelman College, Clark Atlanta University, ASU, and Tuskegee University.

 

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Be enrolled in school and actively pursuing high school diploma, GED, or post secondary education.
  • Be enrolled and active at San Francisco Independent Living Skills Program
  • Be available to attend ALL pre-trip meetings
  • Youth with a grade point average (GPA) over 2.0 will be given priority

 

Application is due to SF ILSP by September 17th by 6pm.

 

You will need proof of:

  1. School enrollment
  2. One letter of recommendation
  3. Current GPA

 

Interviews will be held September 18-23.

 

See Mr. Touch for the flyer and application.

UCSF's annual MAP TO COLLEGE!

MAP to College! is a free, one-day, annual college-going event held in the fall for Bay Area students in the 12th grade and their parents or guardians. The event will be held on Saturday, September 27; register online now.

Fall semester of a student’s senior year in high school is a critical time for college applications. As colleges become more competitive and selective, it is important that students understand the nuances of each college application and how to write a strong personal essay.

Attendees of MAP to College! can attend workshops on the UC application and personal statement, the CSU application, the Community College transfer path, the application and admissions process for private colleges and financial aid.

Financial aid workshops are presented in English, Spanish and Cantonese.

This event is targeted to students in the twelfth grade, but students of all grades are welcome to attend!

 

http://cep.ucsf.edu/student-programs/college-access-programs-and-events/map-college

Seniors register for the SAT! Waiver is available!

SAT Test Dates 2014 – 2015

 

Test Date          Registration Deadline             Late Fee Required

 

 

October 11, 2014                          September 12, 2014                                September 12 – 30, 2014

 

November 8, 2014                         October 9, 2014                                     October 10 – 28, 2014

 

December 6, 2014                         November 6, 2014                                  November 7 – 24, 2014

 

January 24, 2015                            December 29, 2014                               December 30 – January 13, 2015

 

March 14, 2015                             February 13, 2015                                  February 14 – March 3, 2015

 

May 2, 2015                                  April 6, 2015                                         April 7 – 21, 2015, 2015

 

June 6, 2015                                  May 8, 2015                                         May 9 – 27, 2015

 

*Subject tests for language with listening are only given during the November 8th test date.

** Fee waivers are given by the College Center.

*** Come to the College Center to borrow a SAT practice book.

Seniors register for the ACT. Waiver available at the College Center

ACT Test Dates 2014 – 2015

 

Test Date           Registration Deadline        Late Fee Required

September 13, 2014                      August 8, 2014                                           August 9–22, 2014

 

October 25, 2014                          September 19, 2014                                    September 20–October 3, 2014

 

December 13, 2014                       November 7, 2014                                       November 8–21, 2014

 

February 7, 2015                           January 9, 2015                                           January 10–16, 2015

 

April 18, 2015                               March 13, 2015                                           March 14–27, 2015

 

June 13, 2015                               May 8, 2015                                                May 9–22, 2015

Burger King Scholarships- have it your way.

https://www.scholarshipamerica.org/burgerkingscholars/

Check it out, as long as you have a 2.5 or better you are eligible to apply, and don't eat too much junk food!

Asian Pacific Fund

http://www.asianpacificfund.org/scholarships

This Bay Area foundation does a LOT to try to match deserving students with the funds to help them pay for college. They have scholarships for academic ...more

Dell Scholarships

www.dellscholars.org

2.4 minimum gpa, and pursuing a college degree.  Come talk to us in the College and Career Center if you are interested in applying!

826 Valencia Scholarships!

Not only do they want to help you on your college essays, they even want to give you money to help pay for college.  All you need is demonstrated financial need, an interest in a 2-year, 4-year, or technical school, and, ideally, an interest in writing.  Find out more:  https://826valencia.org/our-programs/scholarships/