Visit these websites to learn more about what it takes to be ready for future college and career opportunities:
Learn about yourself, the employment options available to you and the training that will prepare you for them.
Internship and Work Readiness Opportunities
- Search through thousands of local job opportunities
- Access resources to help you create a résumé, prepare for an interview and more
- Get one-on-one support from a peer job coach
- Register for job fairs, where you can meet employers in-person to show them how great you are
Earn and train at the same time, while building life-long career skills.
Visit these websites to gain valuable volunteer experience:
College Admission Requirements and Higher Education Information
The State of California offers community colleges, California State Universities (CSU), and University of California (UC) for students who wish to continue their education after high school.
In order to attend a community college, a student need only be a high school graduate or 18 years of age. In order to attend a CSU, a student must have taken specific high school courses, have the appropriate grades and test scores, and have graduated from high school. A student may also transfer to a CSU or UC after attending a community college.
For more information on college admission requirements, please refer to the following webpages:
www.cccco.edu – This is the official website of the California Community College system. It offers links to all of the California Community Colleges.
www.assist.org – This interactive site provides course transfer information for students planning to transfer from a California Community College to a CSU or UC.
www2.calstate.edu/apply – This website provides information to students and their families on the CSU system, an online application, and links to all CSU campuses.
www.universityofcalifornia.edu – This website provides information regarding admissions, an online application, and links to all UC campuses.
www.collegeboard.org – Conduct college searches, search for scholarships, register for SAT testing and more on this website.
www.ncaa.org/student-athletes/future - College-bound student-athletes preparing to enroll in a Division I or Division II school need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center.