College & Career Center (@hs1327collegecareercenter)
Welcome and OverviewIn the College & Career Center, students can find current material on hundreds of colleges, gap year programs, and summer opportunities. Additionally, students can access computers to search for information on careers, colleges, scholarships, as well as find community service and job opportunity postings. Please visit early and often!In the fall, the Center is a flurry of activity with close to 100 college admission representatives visiting our campus. Seniors are encouraged to attend college application workshops on campus (dates/times TBA) and research/apply for scholarships through Naviance.My hope is that students leave high school well-prepared and excited to embark on their next journey, no matter where they land. It is also my hope that students embrace the process with confidence and curiosity and enjoy this time rather than succumbing to the pressures that often goes with the college application process. There are thousands of colleges and universities out there, as well as career options and gap year programs to consider. Keep in mind - what might be good for your best friend may not be what's best for you so keep your interests and wishes alive and strong!
Trust your instincts and take the initiative to ask questions so that you can learn about all of your options. I look forward to hearing about your plans and helping in any way I can.I have a long history with our school, one that started years before I began working here. Feel free to learn more by reading my Bio.Lastly, please follow me on Instagram @hs1327collegecareercenterLisa Neumaier, College & Career SpecialistEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 10,000 Degrees Financial Aid Toolkit
- If you get admitted Early Decision and you applied to some UC campuses, please cancel your application. Click here for the instructions as it varies by campus.
- Some CSU campuses are still open, so check this page for more details: https://www2.calstate.edu/apply/Pages/application-dates-deadlines.aspx
- College Essay Writing Workshop Presentation Fall 2020
- The Common Application opened on August 1 and is used by nearly 900 colleges/universities.
- Common App added an optional COVID-19 question this year. Here are five questions to ask yourself before you answer the question: 1)Are my experiences different from others?, 2)Are there noticeable changes on my transcript?, 3)Am I aware of my privilege? (Everyone is going through something. And everyone's response to this should be respected and validated. With all that said, there's no doubt the this pandemic has impacted certain populations in much more drastic ways than others. Low income and BI-POC populations are much more likely to have faced extreme challenges during the pandemic.), 4)Am I being specific? Am I explaining rather than complaining?, and 5)Is this information being included elsewhere on my application?
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(updated daily)College & Career Center:.
Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30am-4:00pm
Room: 211 (next door to Counseling)School Code for Testing (aka CEEB code): 052770For information regarding internships, please see Greg Davison. He can be reached at email@example.com.More than 100 College Reps visit our campus each fall to talk to students about their schools, so please attend as many as you can. The information and advice reps provide is priceless!!
Although most visits occur before school, during Tutorial or at lunch, some take place during class time. Regardless of when the visit occurs, students must sign up on Naviance. The email students receive from their counselor after they sign-up is to be used as their pass.Click here to log in to Naviance. Once logged in, click on the colleges tab then click on research colleges, then college visits.As of January 27, 2020, all parents and students will be required to reset their Naviance passwords the next time they log in. Here are the new password requirements.$$$ Scholarships$$$A list of active scholarships is available on Naviance and updated regularly. The majority of scholarships are for seniors and deadlines vary, but there are also some for younger students.To find the list, click on the colleges tab once you're logged in and pick Scholarships and Money. Then click Scholarship List on the next screen and then click the heading Local & Regional Scholarships. You can click the box with your grade level to see ones you may be eligible for or you can sort by category or just browse the entire list!Sophomores/JuniorsIf you missed the Navigating College Admission Tests webinar on Dec. 3, 2020, here is a link to the recording: https://www.compassprep.com/schools/hs1327/College of Marin Session Recording from 10/30/20: https://drive.google.com/u/0/uc?id=1Wi056cZafHnc9aX7X7El5a_7NznTGAfc&export=downloadIf you missed Junior Night, this page has the presentations and answers from the Q&A portion from that event.Juniors - use this College Application Guide as you get prepared for senior year.For Families - Ethical Parenting in the College Admissions Process