College and Career Center
Roseville High School's College & Career Center
The goal of Roseville High School's Career Center is to provide students with information and resources to help them plan their future after high school. Whether a student will attend a four-year college, community college, vocational school, join the military, enter the workplace, or take time to travel or study abroad, we have helpful information.
The Career Center is a resource to help students navigate college planning, testing, scholarships, financial aid information, career opportunities, summer activities, volunteer and internship opportunities and more!
The Career Center is equipped with computers that enable students to apply for colleges, scholarships, and jobs, and to take advantage of the wealth of college and career information available through the internet. Free priniting services of academic materials and assigments.
We look forward to seeing you in the Career Center soon!
Colorado Mesa University will be on campus for a presentation
Hours: 7:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Location: Aministration Building Admin 4
Contact: Jacquie Seider
Phone: (916) 782-3753 ext. 3080
The college and career center offers:
SAT & ACT InformationRegister for SAT: http://sat.collegeboard.orgRegister for ACT: www.actstudent.org Roseville High School CEEB Code: 052690College Information & CatalogsScholarship & Financial Aid InformationWork Permit Request FormsInformation on CTEWorks (formerly known as 49er ROP Program), a program in which student receives school credits while getting hands-on experience in a specific career. Military InformationJob Opportunities: Local employers list available jobs with the College & Career Center
·ASVAB Test January 29th 7:45 amLibraryASVAB INTERPRETATION SESSION February 14th 7:45 amLibrary
The College & Career Center invites numerous guest speakers to the RHS campus throughout the year, including:
• Representatives from University of California campuses.
• Representatives from CSU campuses.
• Representatives from community colleges.
• Representatives from private colleges and universities from across the nation.
• Representatives from vocational and technical schools such as FIDM (Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising), and UTI
• Representatives from all branches of the United States armed forces.
• Representatives from ROTC programs for Air Force, Army, Navy, and Marines.