College

&

Career Center

Our mission is to equip students with the necessary skills, resources, and connections needed to successfully transition from high school to the world of post-secondary education, work, and career.

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Resources Galore:

Make Sure You Explore!

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SENIOR & JUNIOR INFORMATION

Think About Your Unique Future and Explore the Links Below

Colleges in Oregon (Community, Public or Private University)

Study Abroad Resouce

USN Best Global Universities 

SUMMER JOBS WITH HEART OF OREGON(scholarships for college available)

Oregon Apprenticeships

Women in the Trades

Licensed Private Career Schools

This is your year to finish strong… so you can begin another journey

USEFUL TEMPLATES & LINKS

ACTIVITY CHART TEMPLATE (for scholarship & resume preparation)

Student Reference Letter-Questionaire

The Common App

MY NEXT MOVE: a great resource for discovering occupations that connect with your unique interests.

 

 

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SCHOLARSHIPS & OTHER FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

SCHOLARSHIPS: LOCAL and STATE

Oregon Gear-Up (Over 600 scholarships just for Oregonians!)

FORD FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP

Oregon Promise Application: this application is now open! This is a state grant that helps cover tuition

at any Oregon community college for recent high school and GED test graduates. 

FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)

Oregon Grant and Scholarship Programs

 

 

The HEFAR Group  (Higher Education Financial Aid Resource)

The HEFAR Group is a non-profit company with a mission to help make college more affordable for everyone. As one of the top college funding advisors in the country, we know every loophole available to help you get more free money for college.

Youth Career Connect: Internship Opportunities

YCC provides paid & volunteer internship opportunities for high school and college-age students.  Local employers provide “real-world” work experience for students.  Extra credits can be earned if you participate in an internship.  Schedule a meeting directly on the website YouthCareerConnect, or talk with our Internship Advisor in the College and Career Center, Kate Soliz