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College Information Links!

The CollegeGo app guides students through the essential steps to find, apply to, and plan for college.

 

College Scorecard provides clear, accessible, and reliable national data on college cost, graduation rates, student debt, and post-college earnings. Read the White House press release about College Scorecard.

 

College Navigator helps students learn about institutions they're interested in, including the types of degrees offered, admission requirements, and campus safety statistics.

Scholarships!

Upcoming Scholarships

 

eQUALITY SCHOLARSHIP FOR LGBT+ YOUTH AND ALLIES 

The eQuality scholarship Collaborative award scholarships to graduating high school seniors, community college

transfer students, nursing students, and medical school students. DUE February 1, 2018! Please visit

www.equalityscholarship.org for details. A link to the on-line application is on the equality web site.

 

TACT THE ASSOCIATION OF CHINESE TEACHERS (TACT) SCHOLARSHIP

TACT invites SFUSD Chinese American high school seniors who will graduate in June 2018 to participate in its scholarship program. TACT will award scholarships up to $2000 each to students whose goals will benefit the Chinese American community. Applicants are required to complete an application form and submit it with letters of recommendation and official transcript DUE February 13, 2018. Click HERE for details!

 

THE LEWIS HOWARD LATIMER SCHOLARSHIP

The Lewis Howard Latimer Scholarship is open to African American seniors with a GPA of 2.5 or above. It can be applied to 4-year college or community college. It is a one-year non-renewable award ranging up to $2,000. An official transcript, letter of recommendation, and essay are required. For more information and to apply click HERE! Deadline is February 19, 2018.

 

THE MAISIN SCHOLAR AWARD is now accepting applications for the class of 2018! Eligibility Criteria:

● Graduate from an SFUSD high school in the 2017-2018 academic year

● Cumulative 2.0 - 3.5 GPA (unweighted)

● Demonstrate financial need

● Attend an accredited community college, four-year college or vocational training program Fall 2018

● Proven commitment to education and career goals

Deadline= February 19, 2018! Click HERE for more info & application!

 

Scholarship Databases

 

uAspire Scholarship Database! Looking for a range of scholarships? Click HERE! Updated regularly,

so continue to check back!

 

E4FC Scholarship Database! Dreamers or Undocumented students who are looking for scholarships?

Click HERE to view opportunities!

 

Fastweb: Create a profile and then search through scholarships you are eligible for.

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Counseling

Want to Meet with Your Counselor?

Fill out a "Request to See Counselor" form, which can be picked up outside the Counseling Office in the envelope next to the counseling office door with blank forms before school, after school, or at lunch. Place your form into the "Completed Forms" envelope. Your counselor will call you down to meet as soon as they are available.

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From A-Z, the Entire Application Process. All in one place.

 

There is info for all grades, 9-12, including timelines of what you should be doing in each grade level to prepare for college!

 

This guide is the product of 20+ college students, 250 high school counselors, and numerous advisors in the education space. The first iteration was sent to every publicly listed school in the U.S.A and, since then, has been continuously improved using feedback from students, parents, and counselors.

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Looking for things to do this Summer?

Looking for a Summer Job or Internship? Click on a topic or industry sector to see job and internship opportunities for Summer!

 

Check out SFUSD's Productive Summer Guide HERE!

 

Meet the Counseling Department!


Mr. Kevin Chan

Dean/Head Counselor

Mr. Chan was born in San Francisco. He studied Psychology at San Francisco State University and received his Master's Degree in Counseling at Purdue University. Mr. Chan enjoys eating healthy, working out, and spending time with his family.

 


Ms. Molly Kiss

Counselor (Last names A-Lee & AVID), AVID Coordinator, Link Crew Coordinator

Ms. Kiss was born in Portland, Oregon. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Sociology with a minor in Psychology and Master's Degree in School Counseling at the University of San Francisco. Ms. Kiss has been working at Wallenberg High School since 2013. In her free time she likes to work out, cook new recipes, explore the city, and spend time with her friends. 

 


 

Miss Baillie

Counselor (Last Names Lei-Z)

Miss Baillie was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She earned her Bachelor's degree in Psychology, minoring in Sociology and Education, and Master's of Education in School Counseling at West Chester University. She began working at Wallenberg High School in 2017. Miss Baillie enjoys music, yoga, cooking, and spending time with family and friends in her free time.

 

 

Upcoming College Workshops!

Cal State East Bay is hosting this year's Education Summit! This is for First-Generation, African American, Latino, Asian American, Native American, and Pacific Islander Students and their Families.

 

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Educational and college-related workshops for students of all ages
  • College and Resource Fair showcasing university campuses, community colleges, and area vendors. 
  • Workshops on Financial Aid (including how to fill out the application FAFSA/CA Dream Act)
  • Free morning beverages (coffee and hot chocolate)
  • Free lunch 

When: Saturday February 3, 2018  •  9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Where: Cal State East Bay Gymnasium, 25800 Carlos Bee Blvd., Hayward CA 94542

*Free shuttle to-and-from Hayward BART to CSUEB for the event

 

Register for the Education Summit 2018 HERE!

For more information about this event including campus tours, transportation, parking and shuttles - check out the website here

 

If you have any questions prior to the event please e-mail educationsummit@csueastbay.edu or call 510-885-3516.

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