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2 JUNIORNIGHTJUNIORNIGHT Parent March 6, 2013

3 Administration Principal : Lee Loving Assistant Principal : Steve Stancliff Dean of Students : Josh Davis Athletics Director : Andy Codding Activities Director : Maegan MacKelvie Staff InformationStaff Information Career Center Coordinator: Sharon Langeliers

4  Guests › ASPIRE volunteers › COCC- Drew J. › OSU-Cascades – Danny C. › Financial Aid – The College Place – Richard T. › Military – Army, National Guard, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard › Apprenticeship programs- Several are represented tonight › MATC program/COCC › Cascade Culinary Institute/COCC › Jostens – Brian Coushay › Photographers – › Redmond Police Department › Phagens

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6  ASPIRE  COLLEGE  MILITARY  APPRENTICESHIPS  COLLEGE VISITS  TESTING  SCHOLARSHIPS/OSAC  FINANCIAL AID 

7  Students do not plan to Fail- › They fail to plan

8 ASPIRE is the ACRONYM for: AAccess to SStudent Assistance PPrograms IIn RReach of EEveryone After high school, what’s next? ASPIRE is the State of Oregon’s official mentoring program to help students access education and training beyond high school. ASPIRE is only in Oregon, and Ridgeview High School is fortunate to be one of the ASPIRE sites out of over 200 high schools state wide offering this program.

9 Students that are enrolled in the ASPIRE program are matched with a volunteer from our community. This volunteer, called an Advisor or Mentor will assist with postsecondary options, meaning “What will I do after graduation from high school?”. Your advisor will help you with: Career Options: What profession is right for me? College Searches: Which school is a good fit for me? College Application Process: Where do I start? Ways to Pay for Your Education : College is expensive-how can I afford it? Scholarships: How do I find scholarships and how do I apply? College Alternatives: I don’t even want to go to College. What choices are there for me?

10 § Military § Apprenticeships § College Everyone’s ladder to success looks different!

11  Coast Guard  Air Force  Navy  Marines  Army  National Guard ASVAB TEST ROTC RESERVES Call your local recruiter for more information

12 » Plumber » Painter » HVAC » Ironworker » Sheet Metal Worker » Electrician » Carpenter » Mason » Line Worker » Steamfitter oregon.gov Family Wage JobsFamily Wage Jobs

13 › Nanny › Hair Design › Cosmetology › Health-Related Careers › Culinary Arts › Technical › Massage Therapist

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15  SAT  ACT Testing information for both tests can be found on our website as well as online: SAT: collegeboard.com ACT: actstudent.org RVHS CEEB Code: Taking at least one of the tests is recommended spring of your junior year and the beginning of your senior year. NEW REQUIREMENT!! Photo ID is required when registering online for either test A limited number of Waivers are available-Based on free and reduced lunch…

16 ACTSAT English, Math, Reading, Science (+optional Writing) Critical Reading, Math, Writing (subject tests available) Accepted Nationally Curriculum BasedReasoning No penalty for incorrect answersPenalty for incorrect answers All multiple choiceMath Grid Ins Basic Fee: $35 w/writing $50.50Basic Fee: $50 Writing Essay: 30 minutesWriting Essay: Mandatory and 25 minutes Perfect Score: 36Perfect Score: 2400 Pre-Act: Plan (10 th ), Explore (9 th )Pre Sat: PSAT (10 th ) Additional Information: Writing Essay is required by Oregon public colleges and universities. S A T A C T » S A T A C T S A T A C T

17 TEST Registration Deadline Test Date SAT April 5, 2012May 4, 2013 May 2, 2013June 1, 2013 ACT March 8, 2013April 13, 2013 May 3, 2013June 8, 2013

18 Paying for Education ~Planning ahead creates choices ~Last minute decisions limits choices

19 PLANNINGPLANNING GOALSETTINGGOALSETTING JUSTDOIT!JUSTDOIT!

20 A type of financial grant that is awarded to a student and does not have to be paid back.  OSAC: Oregon Student Access Commission Apply online ~ Nearly $15 million in scholarship and grant awards available! Over 400 scholarships ~ ONE application Local, Regional, National scholarships available Check out the Scholarship Drawer in the Raven Career Center! Go online and search, search,search!!!!!!! (Raven Career Center)

21 Monetary assistance for postsecondary education that generally is required to be paid back.  FAFSA ~ Free Application for Federal Student Aid  This is an online application located at:  Remember- The FAFSA is FREE! Don’t ever pay a fee

22  Scholarship Assistance  Planning that helps bridge the gap between high school and your plan  Awards/Recognition Night  Jostens  Graduation Announcements  Senior Breakfast  Caps and Gowns  And more…

23  Yo wild  Fred Meyers  US Army  Jostens  Costco  Raven Career Center For Donating raffle prizes and snacks!

24  Drew Jones  Danny Cecchini  SSG Thoma  Officer Majetich  Richard Thompson

25 There is strong, then there’s ARMY STRONG.

26 WHAT DOES THE ARMY OFFER? GUARANTEED TRAINING IN THE SKILL OF YOUR CHOICE ALL JOBS ARE BASED ON QUALIFICATIONS AND AVAILABILITY OVER 150 JOBS TO CHOOSE FROM

27 WHAT DOES THE ARMY OFFER? SEE THE WORLD MEET NEW PEOPLE EXPERIENCE DIFFERENT CULTURES GET PAID WHILE DOING IT

28 WHAT DOES THE ARMY OFFER FOR COLLEGE POST 9-11 GI BILL  Pays up to the Highest in-state, undergrad, public tuition (for Oregon that number is $25, per year)  Pays $ per year for books.  Pays an E-5 housing allowance while you are enrolled as a student (up to 36 academic months).  For Bend, that is a total of: $152,372

29 ARMY TUITION ASSISTANCE While on Active Duty You WILL be given the opportunity to take college courses You WILL receive $ annually to use for college 100% Tuition Assistance

30 TRAINING FOR COLLEGE CREDITS While you train for your job in the ARMY you earn college credit. All your certified training counts as credits Basic Training counts as 6-8 college credits. They are all elective credits and you can apply them toward any degree program

31 PaYS  Partner Company agrees to reserve future positions in exchange for trained Army veterans.  Applicant agrees to join the Army with future hiring preference with partnership company.  Army agrees to enlist, train, and provide veterans with strong work ethics.  America benefits with a trained workforce that understands patriotic service. Partnership with selected companies / corporations to share in recruiting efforts and reconnect America with its Army.

32 ConAP  Goal – To increase the enrollment of Army veterans in college.  Recruiter helps new Soldiers plan for college.  New Soldier establishes a home college that recognizes military learning experiences.  Provides colleges with disciplined students with funds for education.

33  Drew Jones  Danny Cecchini  SSG Thoma  Officer Majetich  Richard Thompson


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