Prepare for Your Future!!! Visit the Career Center as often as possible. Look for a great summer opportunity- job, internship, or volunteer position. Update your High School Planner Discover Your Career Interests Prepare for Interviews Create a Resume Work permit applications may be acquired in the counseling center. You need a 2.0 and above to be eligible for a work permit
Interview Tips 1.Dress Professionally. 2.Drop the Slang. 3.School=Education 4.Ask Questions. 5.Come Prepared. 6.Be ready to talk past, present, and FUTURE. 7.Thank your interviewer for the opportunity to interview.
Career Technical Education The Career Technical Education Unit provides, promotes, and coordinates Career Technical Education (CTE) throughout Riverside County in support of RCOE’s Mission “to ensure success for all students.” Provides students with career pathways. High School credits and articulated college credits in some courses. Receive a Certificate of Training in all classes and CA State Certification in some classes. For more information visit http://www.rcoe.us/edServices/careerTech.html http://www.rcoe.us/edServices/careerTech.html
High School Student Registration contact: Debbie Spencer Student Services Rep in the Career Center, or firstname.lastname@example.org
GPA 10-12 unweighted/No PE: Includes every course taken in grades 10 -12 except PE and TA. GPA 9-12 unweighted/No PE: Includes every course taken in grades 9-12, except PE and TA. GPA 9 -12 weighted: Includes every course taken in grades 9-12. Note: Each college determines which GPA to use for admission. You can see your class rank compared to your peers GPA 10-12 unweighted/No PE: Includes every course taken in grades 10 -12 except PE and TA. GPA 9-12 unweighted/No PE: Includes every course taken in grades 9-12, except PE and TA. GPA 9 -12 weighted: Includes every course taken in grades 9-12. Note: Each college determines which GPA to use for admission. You can see your class rank compared to your peers 9 th grade first semester 9 th grade second semester 10 th grade first semester 10 th grade second semester current classes enrolled in. Reading Your Transcript
High School Planning for 10 th grade Take Geometry or Algebra II, college prep English, and a language other than English. Try to earn A and B grades in all your classes. Studying hard in high school will help prepare you for college coursework. Update your High School Planner with the courses you complete in the 10th grade and those you plan to take in the 11th grade. Focus on your class work and your homework to develop the study skills you will need to succeed in college. Take part in enrichment programs, special summer workshops or camps at CSU campuses in music, science, engineering, writing, filmmaking, theater, language, and many other subjects.
Extracurricular Activities Life Outside the Classroom "We're looking for a commitment to and a passion for an activity outside of the academic setting — we're looking for depth rather than breadth," explains Nanci Tessier, a college admission director. Haven't Gotten Involved Yet? Many school, community and religious organizations give you chances to explore your interests and talents. There are lots of opportunities to try different things. Community Service volunteer work tutoring elementary school kids spending time at a local hospital. School Activities Don't worry about being president of the club, or captain of the team. The key is whether you've done something significant — center stage or behind the scenes.
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Applying online CSU Mentor Plan your courses to meet CSU admission requirements Plan for College Apply to any CSU campus over the internet Transfer your CSUMentor information to the FAFSA on the web Set up free e-mail to communicate with CSU campuses