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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.

Upcoming College & Career Fairs & Info Sessions!

Stay tuned for upcoming events!

Scholarships!

Upcoming Scholarships

The Wendy's Heisman Scholarship: This year’s winners from your school will compete for 100 scholarships, ranging from $500 to $5,000, along with recognition at the state and national levels. Apply online HERE!

Students must submit their application by 3pm PST Wednesday, October 17, 2018.

Most Valuable Student Scholarship (Elks National Foundation): The 2019 Most Valuable Student scholarship contest is open to any high school senior who is a US Citizen. Applicants will be judged on scholarship, leadership, and financial need. Application due November 15, 2018. More information online HERE!

Horatio Alger Scholarship:  One of the major scholarship programs nationally that specifically assists high school students who have faced and overcome great obstacles in their young lives. 106 scholarships at $25,000 each! Apply online HERE! Deadline: October 25, 2018

Hispanic Heritage Youth Awards: Recipients will be selected for their accomplishments in the classroom, community, and for their excellence in various educational categories. Amount: $3,500. Apply online HERE! Deadline: October 15, 2018

San Francisco Aeronautical Society Scholars Program: 1st place scholarship: up to $25,000, and a second place scholarship of $5,000. Find the application form HEREDeadline: March 9, 2019

 

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.

Fastweb.com

 

Counseling

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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.

Check out this College App Guide (English, Spanish, Cantonese & Mandarin)

Click Here to Access the Fair Opportunity Project College Application Guide!

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.

College Q&A

Important Information for Seniors!

College Applications 101!

Need to register for the SAT or ACT? Here's how!

Want Career Ideas? Find Out your Holland Typology!

Career & College Information Links

*Take a Quiz on your Interests and Find Possible Careers:

CCSF Career Match Survey

O*Net Interest Profiler

16 Personalities

 

*Gather Information on Careers:

CA Career Zone

O*Net Online

Occupational Outlook Handbook

 

*Talk to People & Network:

Informational Interview Tips

 

*Explore Educational Options:

CCSF Catalog

CSU Major Search

UC Admissions

Check out these Jobs & Programs!

FREE SAT/ACT+College Prep at SF Public Libraries this Fall: Register online HERE!

YOUNG ADULT WORKLINK: Seniors looking to build your resume or gain skills for your next job? Interested in earning $300 in the process? Through the Young Adult Worklink program, youth will engage in paid professional skill-building workshops and receive an opportunity to explore careers and gain experience to put on their resume.  

How to Apply: 1. Sign up for orientation 2.Complete the online application or hard copy version (submit to office 319 6th Ave).  Deadline is October 25.

 

PAID AUTOMOTIVE APPRENTICESHIP: Are you good with your hands? Get the skills you need to get a start in the automotive industry. No prior experience necessary. Get started HERE!

 

CCSF/SFUSD DUAL ENROLLMENT PROGRAM: Check back for more information about Spring 2019 enrollment!

 

JOB OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDENTS AFFECTED BY INCARCERATION: Behind every parent in jail or prison, there are children who are serving time as well. Project WHAT! (PW) offers a place for those youth to learn, grow, and advocate. Great news: PW is always accepting new applications! Plus, our staff will review them, contact candidates, and make new hires on a rolling basis throughout the year. To apply, simply click this link. If you have any questions, feel free to email Kyle at ksporledercommunityworkswest.org.

Meet the Counseling Department!

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Mr. Kevin Chan

Dean/Head Counselor

chank6@sfusd.edu

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.

 


Mr. Alexander Moore

Counselor (Last Names A-Lee)

moorea3@sfusd.edu

Mr. Moore was born and raised in San Francisco. He attended UC Santa Cruz, where he earned his Bachelor's in Sociology and the University of San Francisco, where he received his Master's in Counseling Psychology. Mr. Moore's hobbies are playing and watching sports, reading, listening to music and hanging out with friends. 

 

 

Miss Baillie

Counselor (Last Names Lei-Z & AVID)

bailliek@sfusd.edu

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.