COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER

  • SUMMER WORK PERMIT

    Summer works permits are processed from June 7-August 3rd at Independence High School, Summer School office.

    Location:  Independence High School, 125 Berry Street, Roseville

    Phone:  916-786-0793

    Hours:  Monday-Thursday  7:30 am-4:00 pm (closed for lunch from 12-1 pm)

    Friday  7:30 am-12:00 pm

    Request for Work Permit Application

    After June 6th, if you need a work permit, download the Request for a Work Permit application, employer must complete and sign their "employer section".  Parent or legal guardian signature is required.

    After all sections are completely filled out, return the Request for Work Permit application to the Summer School office for processing.

    Student must be present when Work Permit is being issued.  Student signature is required.  Parents may not sign for student.

    More Information for Summer Work Permits


    'GOING MERRY' SCHOLARSHIP WEBSITE

    Going Merry is a new outside scholarship website resource. It makes it simple to find and apply for scholarships, just like the Common App has done for college applications!

    There are still outside scholarships available for juniors and seniors.  Different deadlines - different dollars amounts. 

    You can check out the website HERE

    More info on Going Merry:
    • Matching - Once you fill out your student profile, you are automatically matched with scholarships you are most eligible for.

    • Direct applications - You can apply directly to multiple scholarships - you never leave the site.

    • Auto Filled Applications - All of the information from your student profile is autofilled into each application, saving you time.

    • Estimated Application Times - Every scholarship has an estimated application time to help you prioritize them.


    SENIORS

    Don't forget to complete your Senior Survey!  All information is kept confidential.

    Google Form Senior Survey  

    Senior Survey

    Or see Ms. Keeney in the College & Career Center

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    Placer County Supervisor Campaign Intern

    Volunteer opportunity to serve on the the Jack Duran for Placer County Supervisor campaign.  Earn valuable experience as well as volunteer service hours.

    Please contact Glenn Loveall, Campaign Manager
    707-410-7239
    glennloveall@gmail.com

    Part-time File Clerk position in Granite Bay


    This is an entry-level office job, 2-4 days per week, flexible hours with a possibility of increased hours in the summer. This is a great opportunity for any student who thinks they may want to pursue a career in the legal field.

    Send resume or letter of introduction with contact info to:

    LISA M. MALERBI
    8700 Auburn Folsom Road, Suite 100
    Granite Bay, CA 95746
    Lisa@myersfamlaw.com
    Tel: (916) 780-0440
    Fax: (916) 780-0445

    DOMINICK'S RESTAURANT IN GRANITE BAY

    Is now hiring!

    - Wait Staff
    - Busser
    - Deli Staff Support
    No Experience Necessary!!

    Go to www.dominicksmarketdeli.com/join-our-team to complete an application
    Please see the attached FLYER for additional information

     

    LOCAL CAMPAIGN INTERNS WANTED


    Roseville Vice Mayor Bonnie Gore is seeking interns who want to work for an elite local campaign. You will play a vital role in the campaign and receive community service hours, letters of recommendation, and the opportunity to meet and work with high level elected officials like Senator Jim Nielsen and Congressman Tom McClintock.

    To apply, please contact Campaign Manager, Landon Wolf, at Landon@BonnieGore.com. You can also text or call (916) 581-2185, or sign up online at bonniegore.com. 

    JOHNSON RANCH RACQUET CLUB

    Please Contact:  Mike Voth
    Maintenance Director
    Johnson Ranch Racquet Club
    Email jrrcmaintenance@sparetimeinc.com
    Ph. (916) 782-2300


     

     

    SUMMER PROGRAM OPPORTUNITIES

    Summer academies for high school students

    CSU Sacramento Summer Academy

    High school students explore various career paths during one-week, hands-on courses while being introduced to the college experience at CSU Sacramento.


    • Entrepreneurship and Innovation Academy
    • Future Teachers Academy
    • Cyber security
    • Democracy in action
    • Coding
    • Engineering and robotics
    • Fashion
    • Fire and emergency services
    • Forensics
    • Biotechnology
    • Health
    • Law enforcement
    • Multimedia journalism
    • Theater and performing arts

    The week-long academies run:

    June 25 – June 29
    July 9 – July 13
    July 16 – July 20
    July 23 – July 27

    Website and Registration:  Sac State Summer Academies Website

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    Camp Cardiac Sacramento & Camp Neuro Sacramento 2018

    Camp Cardiac & Camp Neuro, run by medical students in over 30 cities nationwide, are 1-week summer day camps for high school students interested in exploring careers in medicine.

    Scholarships and application are now open.

    Students may learn more and apply by visiting http://www.campcardiac.org and http://www.campneuro.org.

    ChicanoLatino Youth Leadership Summer Program

    This leadership program is an opportunity for youth to connect with education, business, political and community leaders, and receive encouragement in their pursuit of post-secondary educational opportunities.  All eligible 10th and 11th graders living in California are eligible to apply to the Sacramento Leadership Conference.  Please click HERE for more information or go to CLYLP.ORG for more information and an online application.

    UC DAVIS Pre-College Program

    The UC Davis Pre-College Program offers six programs for high students to experience a hands-on opportunity to explore a major, live on campus and work with faculty.  Click HERE for flier or go to precollege.ucdavis.edu for program application and details.

    Programs offered include:

    • Veterinary Medicine
    • Veterinary Genetics
    • Language & the Mind
    • Innovation & Entrepreneurship
    • Food & Agriculture Technology
    • Coastal & Marine Sciences

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    Sierra College RISE Program

    Sierra College RISE is an academic support program designed to support new, first time college students from enrollment to the completion of educational goal(s) (certificate, Associates Degree, and/or transfer).  The RISE program serves students from historically underserved, marginaled and underrepresented backgrounds.  Please click here for the flier for more information.

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    Sierra College Admission Counselor, Ms. Covarrubias is on campus

    Monday's  10:30 - 1:30 pm

    For information on the Sierra College Promise Program, click here.

     

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