COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
(916) 786-8676 ext. 5111
College Reps please visit Counselor Community to schedule a visit to our school or send me an email.
Financial Aid/FAFSA/CADA Presentation & Workshop @ GBHS January 22 6:30 pm to 8 pm
Local Scholarship Program - Open to RJUHSD senior students February 1-28th
Best of the Best - Pac 12 Out of State Schools Presentation @ GBHS February 20th
ASVAB CEP Assessment @ GBHS February 26, 2020 9 am to 12 pm
Why out of State Presentation @ GBHS March 3rd
CSU Sacramento - What's Next for accepted students @ GBHS March 12 9:15 am
Academic Talent Search Qualify Exam for Summer Progam - March 18, 2020 7:45 am
Financial Aid/FAFSA/CADA Presentation & Workshop @ GBHS
January 22, 2020 6:30 pm to 8 pm
Free financial aid presentation and workshop presented by Sierra College
6:30 pm presentation with workshop immediately following
For Seniors and parents (students do not need to attend with parent)
Please sign up: Financial Aid Night Registration
1. Please create a FSA ID prior to the workshop
· How to create a FSA ID: The FSA ID gives you access to Federal Student Aid’s online systems and can serve as your legal signature. Only create a FSA ID using your own personal information and for your own exclusive use. You are not authorized to create a FSA ID on behalf of someone else, including a family member. Save your FSA ID for next year’s application submission!!! https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/fafsa/filling-out/fsaid
2. Bring the below items with you if you plan to attend the workshop
If you are a U.S. citizen and dependant student:
-Your (student) Social Security Card
-Your (student) driver’s license (if any)
-Your (student) 2018 W-2 forms
-Your (student) 2018 Federal Income Tax Return
-Your (student) 2018 untaxed income records
-Your (student) current bank statements
-Your parents’ Federal Income Tax Return
-Your parents’ 2018 W-2 forms
-Your parents’ bank statements
-Your parents’ untaxed income records
-Your parents’ current business and investment records
October 2019 PSAT Score Reports are available in the College & Career Center
There is another chance to take to the ASVAB CEP Assessment!
Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Room 837 9 am to 12 pm
Sign up HERE
Please get a release form signed by your 1st and 2nd period teachers. This lets them know you will be missing class. Emails are always sent to all teachers with a list of students participating.
Any questions, please see Teri Keeney in the College & Career Center.
Academic Talent Search (ATS) Summer Progam
Academic Talent Search (ATS) has offered classes on the Sacramento State campus since 1982. Over the past 38 years, more than 47,500 young scholars have gained an early exposure to college life through ATS. Students preview the “college experience” by choosing their own classes in areas that interest them, meeting new friends from around Northern California who share their enthusiasm for learning, remaining academically engaged over the summer, and considering potential majors and career paths.
Classes planned for Summer 2020 include (but are not limited to):
- Acting for Stage & Screen
- Algebra 1 (Fast-Paced)
- Building a Dynamic Vocabulary through Latin Derivatives
- Creative Writing: Building Suspenseful Stories
- Criminal Law & Trial Advocacy
- Fantastico Fundamental Spanish
- Fashion Design & Business
- Hands-On Psychology
- Intro to Python Programming
- Intro to TV Broadcasting
- Japanese (Beginning)
- Media Production with Mobile Devices
- Mock Trial
- The Science of Logic
- The Science of Saving Lives
For more information check their website CSUS Academic Talent Search
Bank of American Student Leadership Summer Program
As a Student Leader, you will participate in an eight-week paid internship at a local nonprofit organization where you will learn first-hand about the needs of your community and the critical role nonprofits play. In addition, you will learn valuable civic, social and business leadership skills. Each Student Leader will attend the Student Leaders Summit held in Washington, D.C. where you will learn how government, business and the nonprofit sector work together to address critical community needs.
Please go to the website for requirements and application.
RJUHSD and Lennar After School Construction Workshops
Oakmont High School
1710 Cirby Way, Roseville 95661
Mr. Weld’s Construction Room - IA 4
All workshops run from 3-5 pm at Oakmont High School
Wednesday, September 25th - L & S Framing
Wednesday, October 23rd - Interior Logic (Tile)
Wednesday, January 22nd - Heritage One (finish carpentry)
Wednesday, February 26th - Villara (HVAC and Plumbing)
Wednesday, March 25th - Rescue Electric (Electrical)
- Students must turn in a photo release and liability waiver. You may bring the paperwork to the first workshop!
- Juniors who attend the after school workshops are invited to apply for a paid summer internship that will begin June 2020. All workshops are hands-on and free!
- Seniors who attend will be invited to a career fair scheduled for April 2020 in order to apply for work in the trades upon graduation.
Questions? Contact Terri Griffin, R.J.U.H.S.D. Work-Based Learning Coordinator, at email@example.com
Where do I Find Scholarships?
Many college scholarships are available to 9th-12th graders!
In the College & Career Center and on the College & Career Center Website
RJUHSD Local Scholarship Program Feb. 1-28
Organizations your family is connected to – Local businesses, clubs, unions, banks, churches, parent's place of employment.
Check your intended college’s website under financial aid/scholarships.
Online searches – be sure they are FREE. Here a few…
- Financial Aid on the Web: finaid.org
- Salle Mae Scholarships: https://www.salliemae.com/college-planning/college-scholarships/
- College Board: https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/pay-for-college/grants-scholarships
- College Board Opportunity Scholarships: https://opportunity.collegeboard.org/
- Going Merry: https://www.goingmerry.com/
- Wired Scholar: wiredscholar.com
- com: www.gocollege.com
- Search for Scholarships: scholarships360.org
- Fast Web: Fastweb.com
- Unusual scholarships
- Prestigious scholarships and fellowships
- Full tuition academic scholarships
- Scholarships for average students
- Community service scholarships
- Scholarships for Hispanic and Latino students
- Cancer scholarships
- Athletic scholarships
Transcripts and Your College Applications
If you apply through Common Application and invite your counselor – Your transcript will be sent automatically to the institutions you are applying
If you request a transcript from your counselor through the Coalition Application – Your transcript will be sent automatically to the institutions you are applying
If you request a transcript from your counselor through SENDedu – Your transcript will be sent automatically to the institutions you are applying
All others – with the exception of those noted above, you, the student, should order up transcripts through Student Services ($3 fee for each) unless there is an electronic means for your counselor to send a transcript to the insitution electronically. In those cases, it is the student’s responsibility to get their counselor that information for their counselor to do so.
If a hardcopy is needed to be sent, that would require you, the student, to order a transcript through Student Services at a cost of $3 each.
Any questions, please see Teri Keeney in the College & Career Center.
The internet offers a variety of free scholarship search sites (see below). Be wary of any entity that guarantees you will be selected for a scholarship. Remember: If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is! If you think you are a victim of a scholarship scam or financial aid fraud, please report it immediately to the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Inspector General at 1-800-MIS-USED or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Going Merry (A scholarship search and one application website)