Scholarships / Career Center

Career Center Overview

The Career Center is located next to the Davis Library in Room 184 and is open from 7:30 am – 4:00 pm during normal school days.

The Career Center offers a multitude of services, including:

College Information – CSU, UC, private colleges, community colleges, vocational/trade schools, apprenticeships, college catalogues, applications and videos, etc.
Military recruiters visit on regular basis. Navy, Army, Marines, Air Force and Reserves. Scholarships state national applications available year long, local scholarships obtainable in the early spring.

  • College Information: Students can find information on CSU, UC, private colleges, community colleges, vocational/trade schools, apprenticeships, college catalogues, applications and videos, etc. College representatives also make regular visits throughout the year. For four-year college-bound students, click here for important resources
  • Military: Navy, Army, Marines, Air Force and Reserves recruiters visit on regular basis.
  • Scholarships: State and national applications are available all year long; local scholarship applications are generally posted in early spring.
  • Financial Aid: The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form will enable students to apply for state aid (Cal Grants, A, B, and C). Private colleges require you to complete Financial Aid Form (FAF) along with the FAFSA. These forms are available in January of each year. Campus scholarships, loan programs, and work study programs may also be available at specific campuses.
  • Standardized Testing: Students can pick up registration packets for SAT/ACT and ELM/EPT.
  • Cal SOAP College Outreach: The California Student Opportunity and Access Program (Cal-SOAP) provides information about postsecondary education and financial aid to help raise the achievement levels of all students.
  • Jobs and Volunteer Opportunities: Local job openings and volunteer opportunities are posted on a regular basis.
  • Computers: Computers are available for students to do homework or search for scholarships, college information, jobs, and career assessments.  
  • Southern California College/University Tour: During Presidents’ Week in February, students visit 8 campuses in southern California. Underclassmen are encouraged to participate.
  • Career Fair: Representatives from community colleges, vocational/trade programs and the workforce participate in a daylong event held in the spring.
  • College Fair: Representatives from universities and colleges attend this evening event in the Fall.
  • Workshops: Student workshops of various types are held throughout the year; inquire in the Career Center.
  • Appointments: Personal appointments are available upon request.